Whoa man. Kudos for the dedication at this! The studies above are great, and what youre doing with the life studies are perfect! Are the hands your own?
Freaking keep it up or Ill slap you - Cause you know I can!
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Nice studies! How long did the life drawings take? Nice sense of weight to them
saa: Oh, I'm not sure about forms, but thank you very much.
Shod: Don't slap me! Hands are my own. Thanks bra.
kidult: Thanks dude. Life drawings range from 5 to 30 minutes.
mentler: Thank you Bone Doctor!
iolarnula: Where are my critques?
haha sweet domo kun, try not to use such pure white for the highlights though.
i like the values on the sphere, reckon it would look better if you gave the shadow a red tint considering you got a red bg
keep it up man!
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algenpfleger: Cheers for droppin' in, dude.
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Toilet roll GO!
looking sweet man, although it feels slightly dull in terms of hue. also i suggest grabbing a soft brush and pushing some of those edges back a bit to make things pop more, dont forget about contrast in terms of hardness for spacial depth
PS: im really digging that little fluff along the inside rim at the top of the toilet roll, nice little touch
You've been drawing!
I should update as well... with a toilet roll.
very nice work on that paper roll study man, the texture is very credible.
great hand studies as well.
very impressive life drawing studies on the earlier page, try to get some of those fluent lines into your imaginative work as well.
Max Challie: Do eeeeet.
algenpfleger: Thanks dude!
Buckster: Thanks for the kind words.
cout<mecha: Thanks. Not sure what you mean by rough though. It's not suppose to be a finished painting or anything.
Another colour still life! Not great, but I feel like I'm learning more about colour, so it's ok.
What are you learning about colour? Ask yourself if the life study is warm or cool, and what the temperature is of specific parts.
The warm and cool sides of the colour wheel have warm and cool colours in them. It goes deeper and deeper into detail. I hope I'm not telling you something you already know.
nice figure studies mad improvement here
and i love the animation project : impressive
keep it up
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Flaskpost: Yeah, I've read up the PSG article, cheers dude.
Max Challie: I've read up basic colour theory, but now I'm finding that I just need to go with the flow when I'm drawing. Thinking about it too much makes the process lame.
iolarnula: Haha, cheers buddy.
kingshaj: Thanks man.
jedininjaman: I've stopped by. Cheers.
School is coming to a cataclysmic climax. Hopefully everything will play out nicely.
Today I felt like I got worse, but that's ok, because I drew some squirrels.
Looks like your paints are really coming together nicely!
The domo-kun piece warms my heart.
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Your pencil is hitting the paper a lot, with a good variety as well! I would suggest at times focusing on getting even more clean linework, using softer underdrawing so that you can really get some nice line weight going. Great stuff really, awesome head drawings in #294. nice all around with those life studies...TP was amusing to see
Interceptor: Thank yew. Maybe I'll have to paint another one.
That fat kid: Thanks for the headsup, dude. Appreciate it.
I think I am stagnating...
Jakers: Thanks man.
Couple of characters I will probably take further in a desperate attempt to put a folio together before the workshop.
*Incoming rant warning*
I've been thinking a lot lately (yeah, bad idea), about how little I still know in the world of art, the stairs are being paved as I climb them.
I'm realizing more and more that art is completely, 100% subjective. I was always obsessed with achieving technical competency, but I'm realizing it's gonna take more than that, but I don't really know what.
I feel like study after study just isn't cutting it, it's the same thing, over and over, maybe that is exactly what it takes.
I don't know.