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June 25th, 2006 #287
Ok, legs are getting to be the right length in most cases, but now you're making them too fat! Go stand infront of a mirror with no pants on and do some leg studies, man! :p Your torsos are also getting too narrow at the top. Remember Loomis's 'cape'.
Those figures are quite good for being from life. And did you draw those robots yourself? I'm not quite sure what "New Media Colouring Book" is.
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Those Coloring-book pieces arn't half bad! I can never figure out what to do with those
Another crop of nice poses too, though it seems I can't see all the images at the same time? I'll do some more practice on these tonight. I've got to hit up mentler's threads and do some studies, I'm having all kinds of detail problems.
Okay, I got another overdrawing done in my SB, and I've got a draft sig block done:
ProtoSSG: Cup-of-Joe ~ Kitsu ~ White Rose
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[Always remember that if a topic seems uninteresting, then it's just because you are picturing a solution that lacks vigor.] - William b. Hand
June 26th, 2006 #289
Ryn- Grr. Today I was making torsos too fat! Can't my problems choose something and stay there? As for the Robots, pfft, I wish I drew those. It's, well, acoloring book. People supply lines and other people color them in. Thanks for the crits!
Kitsu- Cool! Thanks for setting that up!
Classes were awesome, but tiring. Basically, wake up at 7, draw for Five hours, come home. Today was mainly composition and thumbnails. Really got me thinking about value in thumbs. Second half was drawing statues. I have that, but not the thumbs. Tomorrow is drawing from a model. Wish m e luck!
Statues. Buncha stupid mistakes. (Scanner acting wierd, Here's the ones that came out.)
Thumbs for Teen Challenge. Try and decipher them! good luck...
June 27th, 2006 #290
Wish I got to draw for five hours a day
The statue drawings are good, though by the third set they start to look a bit flat. The chest area on the discus guy is spot on (pelvis looks high though). Working with a live model should accelerate your learning a ton! can't wait to see what you come up with.
BTW I found an interesting thing - when my scanner is set to grey-scale mode it looses a lot of my lighter lines, but if I scan in color then either desaturate or adjust curves it perserves a lot more. I just noticed while going over your stuff that I can vaguely see some lines that should be there, but are nearly missing?
Last edited by Kitsu; June 27th, 2006 at 02:13 PM.[Always remember that if a topic seems uninteresting, then it's just because you are picturing a solution that lacks vigor.] - William b. Hand
June 27th, 2006 #291
Joe <> Drawing is a language <> never shut-up and eventually people will start to listen <> artist have to hear themselves talk with lines.
Thanks for the visit
June 27th, 2006 #292
Kitsu- Yeah, It's cool. Thanks! Thanks for the scanning tip too. Don't know if I care that much though.
Mentler- Deep man, I hear ya. Thanks ffor dropping by!
Figure drawing. Assorted 30 sec, 1 min, 2 min, 15 min, and 30 min poses. I don't remember which is which, so you can guess.
Edit- You know what, I'm tired, and this stuff would take an hour to scan since 90% of it doesn't even fit in my scanner, and my cameras not charged, so consider this a preview. I'll post it all torrow. And trust me, there's a shit-load of it. Sorry.
June 27th, 2006 #293
hpe to see the rest of the stuff tomorrow.. but to give you heads up...for the woman that is sitting on the chair..her hands and feet..are quite small.
and the chair shes sitting on
comeon man.. u can draw a better chair like that
..and u can do a little shading u know :3
June 28th, 2006 #294
It is a very good thing when you've drawn more in a day than you are willing to scan! White rose is right, it has been a while since I have seen one of your pieces fully rendered. There is more to showing form than just contour
Edit: I forgot I was going to drop a link to this solid figure basics
Last edited by Kitsu; June 28th, 2006 at 01:03 PM.[Always remember that if a topic seems uninteresting, then it's just because you are picturing a solution that lacks vigor.] - William b. Hand
June 28th, 2006 #295
Warning! Crappy camera pics! If any turn our especially horrid, I'll just scan 'em. Also, a few were unsalvageable.
White Rose- Dang! Didn't catch that one, thanks! Just a heads up, loads of errors that I see now in these. I'll do a rendered one soon.
Kitsu- I'll do one. Current idea- set up still life. Draw lines. Remove glasses and render. I'm like, legally 1/3 blind without my glasses. Thanks for the link, cool stuff!
Don't be afraid to really bear down. That's what erasers are for.
Don't be afraid to erase, It's not your god-damn child.
Mentler egg+ cube= AWESOMELY helpful
Keep that pencil sharp! Without that, your lines are not only muddy, but not where you want them.
Check and double-check your angles!
Be sure to determine the wieght-bearing leg.
And some other stuff I forgot for now.
Again- Assorted 30 sec, 1 min, 2 min, 15 min, and 30 min poses. I don't remember which is which, so you can guess. Also, today's (fewer than I remember) perspective drawings.
Also- Page 6 and level 6 are fast aproachin'! Thanks guys!
June 29th, 2006 #296
Not much to say. You are nailing the shaps pretty well and the proportions look mostly good. Lots of good practice, and I hope they let you do some longer ones too. Are they teaching you anything on the side, or is it mostly just drawing from life?
June 29th, 2006 #297
Dam your just a sketcha-holic lol. The studies are looking really good as are your nature studies. Not much to say after that, your pretty much taken on all your issues with your studies. Keep up the wicked work and Ill go work on my Feet thing.
June 30th, 2006 #298
Kisu- The class seems to make you improve mainly because your drawing more, with occasional comments. We also studied composition, vut I lost that stuff.
Ink Monkey-Thanks man!
Sorry for lack of update. CA was down for me at my regular update time.
The Rock is the only thing from yesterdays class worth scanning. The second thing is where I ate lunch yesterday entirely from memory. Has Perspective(lamp) and anatomy(head) problems whick I may go back and fix. The other two are in charcoal from life that I did at home. First one without glasses(had trouble seeing the paper too), second one in the dark(only way to get the lighting I wanted.
June 30th, 2006 #299
Wow, Your rendering in the last post shows a lot of improvment in observation! The rock looks nice, but remember - The lightest light on the dark side should still be darker than anything on the lit side (of the core) - even if you have to alter reality to do it Right now it looks like the light is coming from the upper right front of the rock, but the left bottom of the rock is as lit as the right front face?
The next rendered one looks right value wise. The face really looks like a lit three dimensional form.
Keep it up pld: