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April 25th, 2006 #1
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April 25th, 2006 #3
Thanks for passing by Dile
I've been doing some more stuff over the same subjects. My idea is to cover more topics, such as clothes, vehicles, weapons, color study and blah bleh blih...
So tomorrow I think I'll be doing some of these.
Anyway here is the stuff
Oh, and don't forget the crits and sugestions . Will be higly appreciated.
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HEY! these are really great. Most of all they have great potiental. Personally i would like to know if u ever use books (Loomis, Hogarth, etc...) or are u just drawing and making your own observations? And im just going to assume you use refs on those figs.
April 26th, 2006 #5
Thanks for posting RenegadePogo. I've used one of the Loomis books for studing muscles and perspective mostly (I still look it from time to time). The Hogarth I've only seen it a couple of times. And as you said, I try to make my own observations to find the easiest way for me to draw, and don't use the Loomis way or Hogarth or anybody.
And yes you guessed, there are all from ref.
And now the little stuff from today. Landscapes and some shape studies
April 26th, 2006 #6
wow that stuffs really good! interesting style of figure drawing you have, and im impressed by your ability to draw all those various kinds of animals. and the last one, great perspective.
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May 2nd, 2006 #9
Lazynes weekend has end So here is some new stuff
I did some color tests mixing every basic colors with each others (orgy yay!!) (rgb + cym) and then put them into grays to see the values interaction.
I dont know if its going to be very useful realy... but I think it will help me a bit as a reference to try different color mixes in my paintings, as I often tend to chose the same ones.
Well, here they are
(I've just noticed the quality is pretty shity. I'll put better pics later. Sorry )
May 2nd, 2006 #10
Very interesting color study - I have never seen that done before but it makes perfect sense... I am off to test some of my own!!
I really like your figure and animal sketches from ref. but the wicker guy is also vey fun looking - any chance we could see more things from your imagination??
my humble SB - http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...p?t=62448&page
May 2nd, 2006 #11
Nice looking sketch work.
May 4th, 2006 #12
Thanks for the comments guys, are realy appreciated.
This time I've been doing some flower studies (from photo), and cheked how much time it taked to do each one (you can see it in the pic). And find out how reeealy slooooooooow I am
Also been doing some creature design. Its suposed to be a specie that live for centuries. And wanted to give him a slow, old and heavy look. Not finished yet.
the ancient guy sketches
and the not finished color version
Thanks for looking, and see ya!
May 5th, 2006 #13
hey man, loving the new book
it seems your studying more, and it's great
The last creature is coming along really nicely.
Keep it up