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September 26th, 2006 #31
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October 2nd, 2006 #33
Goodbye: so... does that make your post a paradox?
Nyx: Thanks! I think I'm using Barontieri's brushes. The specific one is just a standard brush included in his pack, though, I think.
Ostrander: Thanks, good to know that I'm making some progress I'll try and post some more, but most of my drawings nowadays are just thumbnails for graphic design projects. School can be so evil...
Viramz: Yeah! Sesshoumaru! Thanks for dropping by and commenting!
Madcat: Usually I start by drawing the general shape of the face, then the eyes. Man, I'm so bad, I haven't even looked through the book yet and it's almost due...
hpslashluvr: Thanks for the crit! I'll try to pay more attention to the values in the future.
frostsnake: Yay the Inuyasha love! Thanks for stopping by!
Anthriel: Wow, lineweight eh? That's a big step... But I can totally see the beauty of varying it. I'll try to keep that in mind. Thanks for the crit!
Tigermilk: Thanks! I'll try to get in some more drawing.
dariocoelho: Thanks! I'm not really sure I understand what you mean by drawing like I paint...? I think I'm a lot more precious with my drawings cuz I can't just paint on top of it, and I tend to stiffen up.
Sorry for the lack of posting. I'm in my last year of visual communication design, and the number of projects they give out at once is staggering. I have a poster due tomorrow night and one on Wednesday, and a flash movie due on Thursday which I haven't even started on... But at the same time, I have to bring a portfolio to ACAD on the 20th so they can determine what year to put me in if I decide to go there for character design after I graduate. Maybe that'll motivate me to draw more
Anyhoo, enough excuses, I've done a little work on the portrait so he's not so pasty-lookin and weird-lipped.
October 2nd, 2006 #34
Hey Spiffiness! Your paintings are strong and your figure studies are good. You have a good sense of color. You have shown a good sense of depth with the application of global light in most of your paintings, escpecially the one for Takeshi Kaneshiro.
Sketchbook:: //// A thread of evolution ////
October 2nd, 2006 #35
Definitely an improvement in that latest update.
October 2nd, 2006 #36
watch it with the thumb tho, looks a bit.. hum, rubbery.
October 9th, 2006 #37
Thanks, Azrael, JERI, and Tigermilk! I'll try and refine the thumb. :p
Small, small update on Neil Jackson, and a WIP on a character portrait of Moiraine from The Wheel of Time series. Finally, something from my imagination, eh?
October 11th, 2006 #38
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October 12th, 2006 #40
The fabric on the suit for that one painting looks fantastic! I would love to see more of these - and I do like the "painterly" brushwork, with the blending not too refined or worked...
I looked at yours, now you look at mine...sketchbook here
"The doctor said I wouldn't have so many nosebleeds if I kept my finger outta there." - Ralph Wiggum
"Never keep up with the Joneses. Drag them down to your level." - Quentin Crisp
"Ordinary morality is only for ordinary people." - Aleister Crowley
January 16th, 2007 #41
well. nicole kidman has got two strange different nostrils
in your pencilwork you sometimes do a bit too many strokes do define one form.
but the colored ones, especially the last ones, are really nice!
January 16th, 2007 #42
well you digi's looks very good. but, if you wan't to loose that anime style. try doing some bridgeman study's ore hogarth .
ore just draw much realistic!
keep it up!
January 18th, 2007 #43
January 19th, 2007 #44
Updated Jan 19
Thanks for the comments! Sorry about the lack of updates. I've been busy with school work and I thought I lost everything in an accidental format of the wrong hard drive. I managed to recover most of the stuff I need though, with the occasional corrupted file. Pascallo, yeah, I know I tend to "overdraw," as my drawing prof would say, but I can't seem to just lay down a line and stick with it. Maybe I should practise just making one good line... Actually, I really need to draw a lot more than I have been, especially since I'll be going to the Vancouver Film School in April to learn 3D animation right after I finish my degree.
Worked some more on Neil Jackson and Sesshoumaru, and started a portrait of Demandred from The Wheel of Time.
January 22nd, 2007 #45
Neil is coming along nicely. On the 3rd one, Demandred, I would have a look at some different clothing for ref. See how the folds and creases lay. It might help a little a little. Right now everything is very smooth and there are no folds or creases. I'd also try and push some highlights on key places on his face (ie, his nose, forhead, etc). Keep posting!
May 30th, 2007 #46
June 14th, 2007 #47
New stuff from VFS!
Thanks for the advice and the comments, Ostrander & Anthriel!
I've started school at VFS and I'm loving it! I'm learning so much and it's so exciting! I think I've improved tremendously at life drawing, and it's only been 2 months!
Here's my finished Sesshoumaru wallpaper painting, a couple 20 minute life drawing studies, and a WIP of my composition assignment on colour that's due tomorrow.
There's more to come, but I probably won't have time to post them until next week.
Comments & critiques appreciated!
July 31st, 2007 #48
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September 12th, 2007 #50
Thanks, Anthriel and Tytseng!
Natalie Portman painting and character design stuff. I have more drawings, but I'm too lazy to scan them...... Also a class assignment making our own version of Mr. Incredible.
May 16th, 2009 #51
Some stuff I haven't uploaded here yet...
Sketch of Tony Stark
Nude Male drawing in Painter
Life drawing from VFS
3D stuff from my demo reel
WIP of the Iron Man model I'm working on
Hand study from Da Vinci done in Painter
3D model rendering of the Wheel of Time symbol
More 3D and figure drawings can be found at my website http://www.eunicelo.com.
Thanks for looking!