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    This is for you Main Loop
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    Last edited by LoKal 2; November 10th, 2005 at 09:59 PM.
    scratch it until it bleeds.
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    hey man really like your pages, really nice flow lines, very loose.
    Keep postin' dude.
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    actually im kinda disappointed with this post, Mr. Briones.. No Lloyd balls??? not even mark english triangles.. what the fuck man, you gotta represent for Val Open-A.. I didnt see enough Barbara Knees, but you had decent Heartbeat Lines.. Good Sanchez squares too.. bust out some Crayola Watercolors, and I'll be giving this 5 stars for sure.. You'll be the next Salaryman, but without the salary..

    my favorite parts of your drawings, as always, are the swear words next to the heads..

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    Awesome work man, this recent stuff totally reminds me of the commercial work done by Bill Sienkiewicz, awesome!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by feeesh
    Awesome work man, this recent stuff totally reminds me of the commercial work done by Bill Sienkiewicz, awesome!!!

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    shit thats a really good call. elektra assassin by Sienkiewicz also had this quality.

    love pen sketches and these are looking real juicy. post some more man.

    tensai


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    check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)



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    Fuck backgrounds, who needs em.
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    Thanks for the reply. was wondering about any other artists with a loose style like sienkiewicz, ashley wood. Loop, will work on the lloyd balls as soon as possible. sorry about the barbara knees. Got to give my props to VAL open-A. The heartbeat lines when necessary. but the sanchez boxes are definitely a staple.

    scratch it until it bleeds.
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    i think there are a lot of artists with a loose style, but not many who use it in finished works. i find myself looking more at peoples loose sketches than their slick finished pieces. the cool thing about sienkiewicz is he does keep it loose and rough right till the end.

    i would say hardcorepixxx has kept it pretty rough though.

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    Fuck backgrounds, who needs em.
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    Very nice drawings. Now if you can start to get that projector going... you might become as good as Bill...

    Just kidding. I really like your drawings of the faces.

    "As now I look back, the drawing lessons in the grade schools contained all the principles anyone needs and I tried to recall them for the aid of students today." - Dean Cornwell

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    you gotta get some d@rktoids up in there too.

    Last edited by DYNASTY510; November 15th, 2005 at 01:45 AM.
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    thanks tensai for the recommendation. i want to get the freedom that bill and hardcore have in their finishes. my finishes suck (if i ever do them, Main Loop). Dynasty510 shoulders like those are too much work especially for a guy that considers Carl's fine dining.

    scratch it until it bleeds.
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    great stuff man!

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    More!More!More!

    Whoa. Is Bill Sienkiewicz on Concept Art now! I bet you own every cover and comic that sienkiewicz ever did. It's all projected though.

    Some Ken Dallison links. I don't know if he projects.

    Spot illos. Just scroll down.

    Dallison is in there somwhere along some other cool album covers.


    This one will remind you of Sanchez.

    Oh yeah remember when we talked about Austin Briggs.

    Briggs 2

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    hey grantalexander
    talking some smack there huh. thanks for those links. dallison is definitely one of those guys i'm looking for. maybe instead of commenting on my shitty pieces you should stop holding back. let's see the real grant alexander. i know you're the perspective king. before you know it, people are going to photocopy your sketchbook, hand it around, and publish it in some magazine. your the next the next OPen-A. setting the standard.

    scratch it until it bleeds.
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    I know you got a ton more stuff. Come on. Maybe you should just hang out at the fu#! you hospital with gordon.

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    i think grant needs to quit talking so much smack and post up some new stuff, or at least get back to coming up with some more mexican jokes

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    Im diggin your sketches LoKal.

    btw, lets see some work Grant Alexander (I don't know you, but I do want to see what all the hype is about)

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    There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
    No one complains about life drawing,
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    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
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    no darktoids? i am insulted. i guess im going to have to go back to school to teach you a lesson

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    daarken- come on back to workshops. show how shoulders should really be drawn. no one else has been able to duplicate the darktoid. lord knows i've tried. i keep breaking my pencils. by the way, that quote you have with your posts "taste lingering", is that how you get the ladies to talk to you, because i got no lines that seem to work.

    scratch it until it bleeds.
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    Very nice, i like it, they are very dynamic and varied.
    Hehe i love that you sketched the landlady from Kung-Fu Hustle.
    It will be interesting to see more!

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    Yeah, when is Grand-"hold-back"-Alexander going to rock the house? Show your true Chinese heritage. Mexican Zhao has enter the arena, now let's bring out the white Zhao.

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    2 words: George Fechman....

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    Great pen sketches. You get a lot down with not a lot of line; the suggestion, the expression, it's all there. The lines that you do use are well placed, too. Loads of character.

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    man - those sketches are sweet so you ought to hit us with some more lines, out of your pen that is...

    tensai


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    check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)



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    here some stuff from the big pad
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    sorry about it being blurry. too much mountain dew not enough walgreen's cookies
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    all this stuff is from a model, we were told to play around with the costume
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    more from a model set up with some wings
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    i don't know anything about photography
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    scratch it until it bleeds.
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    Hey. no making fun of the cookie. - A word from the proud sponser

    Can't belive I am here before the Mexican zhao.

    Here are a few things I see,

    -on Bob, the forearm shapes seems to be kind of strange. Mostly the form of Brachioradialis and Extensor carpi radialis.(Wow... Malone brainwashed me) Basically ,the high point(the point where it turned direction) needs to be located properly, especially on the lateral side of the arm. Main part of it is just to know where the bones are located. The Ulna is always showing, going from the elbow to the pinky side of the wrist. After that is established, it should be easy to figure out the rest. However the arm holding the axe is looking very sweet.

    -the red wing is not working on the winged lady. The drawing looks nice without it.

    -About the photogaphy, your camera probably have the wrong settting for white balance.(Assuming you are using digital camera) It is set to to outdoor and turning everything warm in the picture.(to balance the reflection of the sky outdoor. See the logic?) There are two way to fix it. One is to set the white balance to the proper situation(In this case "in door"). Since you are using white paper, you could also just fix it in Photoshop.(This trick won't work with Newsprint). Open the image in Photoshop. Go to Image>Adjustment>Levels. Click on the little "White" eyedropper, then click on any part of the raw paper on the image. The image should align it self much closer to the proper color now. It doesn't always work and it is not perfect. But it is useful sometimes.

    Just my two cents. I can really see your drawings coming together, especially in the past two semesters. However, for a perfect drawing, you should still use a projector instead....

    Not sure if the image is sufficient to show what I am saying... but here it comes.
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    Last edited by le_fish; December 12th, 2005 at 03:57 AM.
    "As now I look back, the drawing lessons in the grade schools contained all the principles anyone needs and I tried to recall them for the aid of students today." - Dean Cornwell

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    Le_Fish

    Lokal doesn't read latin so he'll never learn the muscles.

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    Reeeally nice lines there! I'm digging those b&w ink pictures you have here! They feel very loose and fresh, but without loosing the definition of form (wow, that sounded a little too much "proffesional-art-criticish" ). Keep it up, I want to see more!

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    updates

    here are some pages on the big pad from classes and workshops.
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    some of these are from quick studies: 1's, 2's, and 3's. the rest are from figure drawing classes or a clothed figure workshop. sorry if the images are hard to see. tried my best to make them clear.

    scratch it until it bleeds.
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    I can see you trust your lines by doing sometimes only one line and not several to define the shape (e.g. a leg). Beautiful sketches and i really like 100.jpg.

    Henrik

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    Nice here. Just a little more care when doing the anatomy of your characters

    Check put my schetchbook if you please
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=61551
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