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    oXYnary's "sketchbook"

    Since I do Sculpture as well.. expect when I do find time to update this to come across drawings and sculpture.

    From 2 weeks ago at the Seattle Drawing Jam (misnormer really since they had areas for all different subjects).

    So these are really from December 3, 2005:

    Man A:
    4hrs (3 1/2 with breaks for model)

    (sorry blurry)
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    Front with Flash:
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    Woman(2nd Model)
    4hrs (3 1/2 with breaks for model)

    Front:
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    Front with Flash:
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    Man B:
    Was supposed to be 4hrs, but a schedule screw up.. Which sucked because his muscle definition was incredible! So 1hr and 40 minutes.

    Front:
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    Might post some sketches from this week to catch up.

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    looking pretty sweet,. Have you ever had a look at the sculptor Auguste Rodin? his work is pretty similar to what you're doing. He might be worthwhile studying.

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    hey drew - finally dropped in here! glad you got a thread going, mate!
    i remember droppin' in on ya whilst you slaved away at the female clay sculpture. you definitely have the knack for this - to get that far in each of your studies in such short amounts of time is quite impressive.
    don't forget to post your drawings...be good to see the full gamut of your skills and what you're jammin' on.
    peace!
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    A sketch from Anatomy class with model (shoulder area study).

    oXYnary's "sketchbook"

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    man i wish i could sculpt

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    Sketch from figure session today.

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    Sketch from anatomy. Liked because of getting most points in the 10 minute time.

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    What do u mean by points?

    I've never done sculpture like that before...it looks like it must have been alot of fun!

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    i think that what drew means by 'points' is establishing the envelope of the model and getting the contour/gesture/form of the entire figure in place in a short period of time. seeing the entire form rather than going into detail right away...does that make sense? this is just my interpretation of points.
    read the book in my signature file to get more info on what i just wrote. i'm learning a lot of little things i must have been asleep when instructed in college. damn quarter beer nights.


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    The skeletal "bony" points. Like the anterior superior illiac spine (asis) and where it falls on the body and how it fits into proportions. Because below it if you follow the line of the inguinal ligament,to the pubic symphsis. This usually is then the mid point of the body.

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    Another from the anatomy class. Focusing on arm here.
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    Ok, I see, you do have a sketchbook; I’ve just somehow over looked it until now. Anyway your clay figure work is really cool to look at. I think I even recognize a models likeness. Keep it up and post more gesture drawings.

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    I kinda like the process in this.. 3 hour pose.. I >started< over and over again until I was satisfied (i.e. these are not a time progression of 1 sketch). These show the various restarts I did until the final one.

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    (the below is actually 5X8.5")
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    A project I did last year for sorta an "Art test" to work for a local sculptor making some action figures. I got the job, but never got back to completing this as my skills improved after working with the sculptor. Figured I post it before I recycle the oil clay sorta to show that I do more than just life drawing/studying.

    The arms are white as per was going to make an actual action figure. The process is make a mold of the orginal cast in plastic. Add more details in the plastic version and add joints. Mold/Cast again for final prototype.

    Original Sketch
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    Different views.
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    Think I got the legs a bit off, but still need to show progress.

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    Hey oXYnare!
    Those sculptures look great ! Nothing to crits on that part.
    The pencils, they look good, but save lines as much as possible. Be as clean and clear as possible.
    But anyway, keep doing em
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    Didn't have a chance to post this till now. From a few weeks back.

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    Life Drawing.. with clothes

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    Life Drawing.. with clothes (lit from below)

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    Quote Originally Posted by oXYnary
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    haha, now that is cool. He reminds me a little of the rooster lawyer from Futurama.

    Love the details you work into it. Never done any sculpture, but you make it look really fun.

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    This thread really makes me miss life drawing classes. I especially like the woman with the tattoo. Are you in school now, or attending independant life drawing sessions? You sculptures are lookin good too! I'd love to see them in person to get a sense of scale.

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    Posting late, but the sculpture sketch was done for this years Art/Drawing Jam at Gage Academy of Art December 1st.

    3 Hours given with model, but restarted about an hour in as per didn't like the way it was looking.

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    Also, after they closed the sculpture room early (Boo! Hss! No one appreciates the sculptors!). Went to the sketch room where they had belly dancers doing short poses and dancing as well.

    I like the first because of the hand gesture, and the second because that dancer was pregnant.

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    Ok now recently, a friend I work with where I volunteer at "The Giving Tree" wanted me to paint a wooden puzzle he had created outside of the organization. So this was an actual paid contract. I ended up giving him a discount since I took longer than expected. Damn perfectionism.

    Quick overview, the Giving Tree creates wooden toys from scratch and tries to give around 15% per year to charities and homeless children. I work on the finishing side painting one of a kinds on their standard wooden toys so they can sell them for a bit extra.

    Anyhow, its acrylic with an airbrushed undertone, and all the detail done with fine detail brushes. Its around 9.5"X7". Each side was painted individually, but copied as per he didn't want a side with a "rear view". I guess I coulda gone into even more detail, but I was behind as it was, so tried to get it cranked out. Picture cant show it, but upon inspection there is some variance in colors.

    Guess this isn't a sketch since its more a finished piece, but ehh my work isn't along the same lines as most here since I focus more on 3D than painting.

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    Here are some rough sketches for helping concept artists get an idea of what the game is trying to go visually. Maybe peak the interest of someone?

    I think the goth best describes the overall style. Somewhat proportional right for a 8 year old with childrens book like rendering, but with overemphasis on what makes her "goth".

    (Forgive the sizes, too multitasking right now to shrink)

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