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October 11th, 2005 #40
i have to mention something. you have a knack of rhythm in your work which im a big fan off. Rhythm adds life to a piece. Can you show any gesture drawings? i'd love to see those. (30sec-3mins?)
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Great stuff...Pay particular attention to her left foot...It seems pointed in a little too much...Point it a tad toward the center...Just a tad...Otherwise, another excellent piece...
I agree with Mono...Would love to see your gesture life drawings...
October 12th, 2005 #42Originally Posted by poise
Only complaint is that her left hand is rather flat and unclean compared to the rest of her body. But seriously, this one is just....hot damn!!
October 12th, 2005 #43
October 12th, 2005 #44
man i'm really loving your pencilwork and designs. just keep up the great work...
my old sketchbook
October 12th, 2005 #45
Thanks for stopping by again .
Elwell: thanks for that sketch, thats awesome and it helps a lot, thank you! wings, ey?! could be...
Kanji2000: hey man thanks for the support, and crit. I was just jokeing about you being a bully, I don't mind that you growl! it adds sound effects to your posts . so grrrrr! all you want. yeah I think your right about the foot, thanx!
Mono: haha!! well.. I looked in the mirror a lot, and looked in anatomy books to get the legs right, my mirror is only a small one. Yeah I will post some gesture stuff I have to go digging in my closet for them though, and they are probably super old, but I will post them for sure .
Scott: sex sells! haha! it's funny because I had my mirror in front of me while I was on the computer(just a face mirror) and I stretched and saw myself, and then I got the idea for her. Not to sure what you mean by thin hair line here and there, like thin hair strands? in the hair shape?
JERI: thanx dude!! you make me smile are you talking about the hand with the blood on it?
Serpian: thanx for stopping by again! and thanks for the nice words. her foot is supposed to be behind her other foot, but it might look correct once I change the foot that is showing .
e n d e r: hey thanx dude for the support, I'll try to keep goods ones a coming....
October 12th, 2005 #46
I call this one old man doll 10-11-05
So you guys ready for the best character you have ever seen? The one that beats all these peon character I did, well here you go.....
Ok so by now you have already seen it, lol. Um.. well I had a pretty bad day, and me and this oldman doll type thing had gone through a lot together. We started out doing the jig, then we settled down a bit and took out our hammer and posed like a strong dwarf, but... that still wasn't cuttin it, so we decided to put our foot on a bucket, but we both decided that the bucket really was stupid looking so we threw that away, and so on, an so on untill we got completely frusterated and settled into doll form, hahahah!!! oh man sorry guys today was a BAD day for anything remotely creative. So enough of this jibber jabber... I hope you got a good laugh and an even better surprise, lolol! ENJOY!!
October 12th, 2005 #47
That dwarf has the whole bodybuilder with a really big head thing going on. I havent studied much in the way of dwarven anatomy but I'm pretty sure they are generally more stocky, Blockish, somethingish, whatever.
As for the vamp something a bit odd is going on with the head and left arm. The chin seems to be cutting in on the arm. Of course when I sit here and try the arm/head pose it all works out, but for some reason it still bothers me a bit in the drawing. Dunno maybe I'm just dumb.
I do love your drawings though.
Look foward to sketching/painting/whatevering with you in the near future.
October 12th, 2005 #48Originally Posted by poise
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October 13th, 2005 #49Registered User
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sweet stuff, i love the vampire one
October 13th, 2005 #50
Dang Poise just plain BEAUTIFUL!!!
All the pieces are great.I love your pencilwork.
To be honest with you I've been wanting to do a vampirella type painting for a while and it won't be any time soon. My problem in this area is originality. Every image I think of has a FRAZETTA feel to it. Thats not a bad thing but its not a good one either unless you are FRAZETTA.
Your VAMPI drawing goes to show that those great vampi poses (images) are not all taken I just have to get off my duff and think of one. GREAT WORK, I love that picture.
October 13th, 2005 #51
Hi ! You got amazing skills, Poise ! Nice work here !!! I love the women drawings, it's really impressive ! Post more !
October 13th, 2005 #52Originally Posted by JERI