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November 14th, 2005 #1
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November 14th, 2005 #3
Akademic stuff (workshop/ or school)
Some more Selfportraits
Hope that previus stuff counts since I only have one Conceptual pic.
I used to do way more of these, but it's been a while.
November 14th, 2005 #4
These are sqetches out of my recent scetchbook....
(I used ref, for those anatomy studies)
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November 14th, 2005 #5
yo, i really really like those two anatomy studies 17f0, 15c9.
the technique and accuracy you put into them is incredible compared
to your other works - it's almost like they're from another artist!
keep it up! good stuff!!
November 15th, 2005 #6
November 15th, 2005 #7
Thanks a lot for your replies, rewind and GunTrouver.
I am glad you like those.
Funny thing is, that those two studies you are talking about are really small 5.8x8.3 in. (A5). It was really fun doing em like miniatures.(But afterwards I got the advice of drawing on bigger formats.)
They are of litle artistik value to me though. As I consider them only as being studies same as some of those:
They are supposed to twach me skills I might need for drawing without refferrences someday later. These are studies I did without ref. (I'm sure it shows, specially on left hand of first one), but only couple of month ago these would have seemed impossible for me to do.
I also try to draw as much from life as possible as like that guitar player here
and lately I've been concentrating on giving forth emmotion/ Ideas, as simple as possible.
(partially because I barely have time to put much effort/work into my works, any more(at least till crismasvacations))
I'aint actually sure if conceptart.org is the right place to put these. If not, please somebody tell and I will try to post more conceptual art as soon as I'd get around doing some.
November 19th, 2005 #8
Not much, one random scatch, some more jazz and some really quick figure studies from a book (as supplementation for lifedrawing classes that don't exist anymore....sniff)
More to come tomorrow.
November 19th, 2005 #9
Crossbow forearm's a really cool idea. Also dig the girl in orange from Nov 15, and the quickly inked guitarist who appears to be playing a Gretsch, great job at describing those things so quickly and loosely.
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"Knowledge is proven in action."
"It's use is it's meaning."
November 19th, 2005 #10
those life drawings on the pink pages are pretty nice. keep posting!
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November 19th, 2005 #11
November 19th, 2005 #12
Your pink series is amazing also some very strong violent images and strokes. the best of them are the most expressionist ones. dont give up on them. the weakest ones are the ones you try to go with the wave, to be more mainstream...
November 19th, 2005 #13
wicked stuff!!! i LOVED the first one on the 7th post (your avatar).
my old sketchbook
November 20th, 2005 #14
Thanks for dropping by Apollo,
a big thank you to Marioucci and Azeira too.
Glad you like my Avatar, ender. I did it after Botticcelis Bust "Soul of a damned",
used to have it around when drawing as to keep me motivated
Here's a little update, hope you like it. If not, let me know whats wrong (crit. please)
November 20th, 2005 #15
November 20th, 2005 #16Registered User
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hell yea this stuff kicks some serious ass
November 21st, 2005 #17
November 25th, 2005 #18
Thanks guys, those replies mean a lot to me.
Now as I've posted my "better"- stuff already (especially at first posts,)
I'll be posting more random, rather ordinary stuff. Sorry. It's a scetchbook and I want to look at it as a steady line of improvement. So I have to be more honest with you, and most all myself.
Here we go with a really crapy SP. (messed up left eye among other things)
I like second though.
There's also some stuff I did during classes and some more of those pinkseries.
Those 2 Inquisition pics are sort of old, but I like em in some way.
November 27th, 2005 #19
Something I did at work;
November 27th, 2005 #20
schiele? cool exploration of mediums and marks.. keep doing what you do..
December 2nd, 2005 #21
Yay, MAIN LOOP DROPED BY.....YUHUUUU!!!
This is a small update. Have more to come in couple of days I hope
My Government teacher. (Am quite happy with the way it turned out.) A6:
speaking of scool, this is what I'm working in my artclass right now
Acrylics on backside of countrymap. 1.85 x 1.5 Metres!
December 5th, 2005 #22
Some sketches from scool, first one at sub.
A crapy Selfportrait:
Jazz from last friday:
I've been to Berlin over Weekend. Did these two by a Canova statue at a Museum;
Visited Terrarium samewell and did these;
December 9th, 2005 #23
Gees, when will I finaly get to Page 2?
First off, some more from that Pink series. (They are studies from a book)
And here we go with what my pics look like when done at lifedrawing (classes started out again )
(these are from within 1 week)
December 9th, 2005 #24
My humble self. Visual quality on first one is realy bad, sorry.
And here's some stuff I've been doing at scool lately:
December 9th, 2005 #25
December 10th, 2005 #26
mull77--Thanks for dropping by and leaving a crit. Appreciate it a lot.
Shame on me posting such a dreary update this time
Did em at work and spend most of free time on browsing this forums...
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December 10th, 2005 #27
Blacky, I really like feeding off of the energy that your figures put out. At least for me they do. I find that your creativity is addictive, although I couldn't even begin to replicate any of what you do. I just hope that some of that energy rubs off a little. You have a very interesting thread with all of its imperfections and perfections; it's a visual process.
December 10th, 2005 #28
You got a unique expressive style.
I enjoyed looking through your sketchbook
December 12th, 2005 #29
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Like your works <> see major talent here <> like the color pieces a lot <> need to gain more control over the value structure <> if you squint your eyes at the color pieces you will see they get a little spotty <> easy to fix just make sure your darks and lights are is the right places and don't let the color destroy the harmony of the values.
Very cool works with a lot of style and energy
December 13th, 2005 #30
this is one hell of a sketchbook. those paintings are so damn sweeet!. you have massive potential, and already a very strong artist. looking sweeet and absolutely agree with mentler with above comments, someone sent me this link, I am very pleased she did. Thoroughly enjoyed your stuff, keep at it. cheers,