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Thread: incolorinred's sketchbook
November 17th, 2006 #79
My experience is that you must work veeery slowly with them. Analyse patiently and go from light to dark. One thing that I've done in my longer charcoal studies is value patches. Finding the largest areas of value (starting from the lightest/darkest!)and just doing a square. After doing several squares, you can relate them to each other and make sure the value relationships are correct.
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these two are especially awesome, dude! More of those!
you´ve made alot of progress since the last time i checked in here!
really cool, keep it up!
November 26th, 2006 #81
Flakpost- Thanks for the compliments. I do enjoy sketching with inks. Lot of fun.
Brat- Thank you very much.
Ian Mack - yeah, I tend to do that sometimes with pencils. Charcoal is pretty tempermental. You are right, patience is the key.
October 12th, 2007 #82
Haven't posted in almost a year. Starting to do more art now. Here's a few recent studies on paper.
October 13th, 2007 #83
Recent studies are looking good, I especially like the drapery study. Don't wait another year to post more Thanks for commenting in my thread.
October 20th, 2007 #84
Thank you very much Ex Nihilo. I'm going to sure try to not wait another year.
underpainted the hammer today, haven't been painting for awhile. I'm a little bit rusty I think.
A couple sketches from my head of possible painting ideas, I've been sketching them out as they come in a drawing pad now. New practice of mine and I like how it is turning out. Helps me from forgetting, like how one writes down dreams after waking up.
Last edited by incolorinred; October 20th, 2007 at 04:44 PM.
October 20th, 2007 #85
November 20th, 2007 #86
hammer,... color is really poorly reproduced in this photo. I like the concept of this painting.
This little thumbnail is of a painting I had been working on in my studio class on and off for months. Finished with it now. Gone as far as I can with it.
Starting to draw and paint a lot more now. Have some more to post as soon as I can snap a pic of them.
December 2nd, 2007 #87