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January 29th, 2006 #1Registered User
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January 29th, 2006 #3
Glad to see you back Jens. I've seen some of the sketches already and enjoyed them and the new ones as well. Keep posting. I'm looking forward to see how the "bird-man" turns out
January 29th, 2006 #4
bah its time you post something new boy! looks good
i like the painting you did of the bird, try to finish up the clothes a bit more and itl be super! keep it up man
Self-improvement is masturbation, Self-destruction on the other hand....
January 29th, 2006 #5
thank you for posting in my thread- you are right about all - and i'll give you a reply there
you have a great thread! Hope you'll keep it updated
the man on the yellow background with the trompet is my fav! - and that is probably because it respects all the rules you've mentioned on my thread
cheers! Watein' for more
January 29th, 2006 #6
Great stuff, man. I really enjoyed looking at your self-portraits and how you approach them again and again and make them look fresh and interesting, so it's nice to see how you take on other subjects. My favorite sketch is of the profile of the girl with the biggish nose. Just great.
January 29th, 2006 #7
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I see you have found the weirding way!
January 29th, 2006 #8
Great to see the new thread. I can't wait to see even more paintwork. That's my favorite of the stuff you work on. Great new thread, man!! Keep it comin'!!
January 29th, 2006 #9
Hello, Jens, you offer a lot of great drawings. And going to some new direction as I see it, making your viewer get sick a little bit . It's OK, we need to suffer a little, to stay humans .
My absolute favorite is this first image, WIP, especially I like the sketch for the wonderful, light, flowing lines.
I like the pose and I like the difference between expressions of the face in the sketch and in painted version. It's like he was alert and energetic (thanks to round, angry eyes and bold lines) and then, somebody sucked life out of him. Body language is the same, but the mood is different. Very interesting. I'm not sire if you gonna keep those little dots and broken lines remained from the sketch, but I have to tell, they add a mood and spice up the image. Of course, it's up to you .
The second my favorite is the musician. He looks ao isolated and lonesome, and totally absorbed with his instrument. I like his passive, a bit yielding, submissive pose and strong, very tense hands. Love this contrast. And actually I see the same contrast in the bright, screaming background and those dark orange color for his figure with shadows.
As always like all your faces, makes me look with bigger attention at them, because they are in the verge to say something to me . Or at least telepath.
Guy with intestines all over him, that's what I was talking about, you want somebody to suffer this day, don't you.. Be careful to hurt your characters like this. Funny to see the friendly elephant swimming away from all the nightmare .
I like the cat and monkey. They are a bit scary though, because you gave them human features.
So thank you very much
January 29th, 2006 #10
this is a wonderfull start of your new sketchbook you show that you are creative and know how to handle a pencil. It starts awesome and I am curious to see how it envolves
January 29th, 2006 #11
January 29th, 2006 #12
hey jens, very nice drawings. i would love to see so more dynamic stuff
January 29th, 2006 #13
Nice to see how you understand the face and are able to use that in your deformations of faces!
And, the color in those two illustrations are just...mwah!
But I'm le tired...
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