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February 16th, 2006 #1
Go to page 9!!!!!
What's up guys this is my first sketchbook on CA.org. I have been wanting to start one for awhile. now that I have the time to update daily like I want to I figured why not start one. C & C are welcomed
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February 17th, 2006 #2
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February 20th, 2006 #5
Your line looks good, now work a bit more on your rendering, define a bit more the forms
Anyway, you got a good point on composition, keep it up
February 21st, 2006 #6
February 22nd, 2006 #7
yeah get off the internet and get to work brian, quit slacking!
February 22nd, 2006 #8
your character's pose drawing are really stiff and parts of anatomy are wrong. You should concentrate more on anatomy and give your drawing more fluids, so it can sale better. Rob is pretty good with "fluid drawing"; he should be a good source for you since he lives with you.
Your portraits are getting better and better. I especially like the "gray paper" portraits. The lines are really clean on the top left portrait.
The bad side of that particullar portraits is - it's slightly slanted to his left and you're not drawing parts of the proportion to the the slant.
Your line drawing are also better than before. Keep it going, keep on posting mang.
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February 24th, 2006 #9
Thanks for the crits Tu I will get right on that just started going to the life drawing workshops on monday so hopefully that helps.
here are some more drawings. the first is a life drawing did quite a few but htis is the only two that i liked. the nex is a study i did from a pic.the finally one is a creature that i decide to do after looking at Carlos Huante's Monstruo.
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February 27th, 2006 #10
Hey Brian, you have gotten alot better since I first met you back in the day. I have to agree with what the other guys have said on workin on the anatomy, but I know you are doing that. Keep posting man!
February 28th, 2006 #11
thanks for the crits and comments andrew. the first image are a couple of two minute gestures i did today at life drawing. the next i
s a sketch i did trying to work on render a little bit. finally is some thumbnails.
March 1st, 2006 #12
Phew, nice concepts and real good lighting. I like the clean look and once again you got some great ideas. Especially the costumes. Your thumbnails look spot on and I would love to see a few blown up into a nice character.
Good job so far, i really would like to see some more from you Unbreakable.
March 2nd, 2006 #13
I second what Blitz said. Good stuff, keep it up. And tell us if your in the group!
March 2nd, 2006 #14
Yes, sweet characters. thumbs have nice anatomy, even if a bit too small(hint)
not affiliated and not worth your time. dead as of april
March 2nd, 2006 #15
the breasts on this image are slightly off but the rest of it is good. Her right breast is much too round and is slightly higher than her left. I usually draw a line underneath them to make sure they are aligned correctly.
Very nice gesture drawings, I'm totally jealous of your costume designs too
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March 5th, 2006 #17
keep it coming
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The mixed media - I see what you where going for, but you might want to use less watered down paint or place your strokes more carefully.
Modeldrawing - not detailed enough to really go into the anatomy, but the propotions seem good to me. Nice suple way of sketching. A little bit difficult to see where the bottom ends and the back starts.
The arms - Are these life drawings? If so, really good. If not, you might want to put more detail into it and study. The facial features are to small for the face, but this could also be used as a style. Eyes are always more or less one eyespace apart.
March 8th, 2006 #19
March 8th, 2006 #20
I like the fluidness presented in your figure drawings. Nice loose ovals and lines. They can really help if you start doing them alot more. You seem to have good proportions too, start building on muscles and that sort of stuff.
Can't wait to see more man, you're definately progressing~!
March 10th, 2006 #21
Loving how many costume conceptuals you have going on in your head and reflecting on the paper.
Would love to see more from you. It's been a treat.
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March 10th, 2006 #22
damdischink-thanks man i'll try and stop by your sketchbook soon
artificial- i'll work on more detailed studies and thanks
MissCeleste- please feel free to drop by anytime
here is some new stuff. some rough stuff for a idea i'm working on.
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March 10th, 2006 #23Registered User
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thnx for commenting. And yay new stuff! I'm really liking that guy's outfit, it keeps the eyes wondering for a bit. I really like your figure studies! they each have their own personality! =)
March 12th, 2006 #24
well here is a lot of stuff hope you enjoy. the bigger portraits are self portraits. most of this stuff is from my head expect for a few motion studies that i did from bridgman. they are the ones that are blocked out. hope to have lots more tommorrow. c and c please
these two look like they have been through hell
did this all from my head too bad i hate it
i love to draw arms don't know why
March 12th, 2006 #25
Nice update! I like that scribbly feeling in the portraits. Good thing your doing bridgeman, I should do that too.
March 12th, 2006 #26
wow what a huge post! You've been busy heh
The head on the middle left seems to be a little bit tilted, what I try to do is draw a line parallel to the edge of the paper for the center line of the face on a front view. Also the woman's nose on the right is kinda long, her ear is too small and the distance between the edge of the left eye and her ear looks to be too wide. The eye at the top does look very well constructed though.
I think the 3rd and 4th portraits are very well put together, it might be helpful to use a curved (when doing 3/4 view) horizontal line to line up the eyes cause it looks like the woman's right eye on the 4th picture is a little bit lower than her right.
BTW I'd love to seem some of those thumbs from the end of your previous sketch be put into action, Keep up the sketchin'!
March 12th, 2006 #27
man you suck unbreakable...there is no hope for you dawg, just kill yourself with your own pillow or something. lol, no but really, good stuff, curve those eyes and those drapery's, they all go straight down in a diagnal, add some folds and zig zags, let's some more newbie!
March 14th, 2006 #28
man i like those thumbnails. where is this lifedrawing workshop being held at i would like to be a part of that. and seeing your stuff makes me want to start a sketchbook here. keep me posted on stuff i like where your work is going.
March 17th, 2006 #29
March 20th, 2006 #30
ok this sucks the post that i was writing got erase two times. sorry for not replying to each individual but this thing is being stupid.
the bottom chick was referenced
did this one last night just messin' around. no ref
these are just studies
these are thumbs and roughs for a personal project
here is a concept it is a little of balance but oh well