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July 12th, 2008 #235
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July 13th, 2008 #236
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July 13th, 2008 #237
Your lines are getting pretty.
Also--if you have the opportunity, study colors from life too. Even if it's just whatever you can see out of the nearest window.
July 15th, 2008 #238
Easy with the asspats, guys.
starzik: Thanks again.
jedininjaman: Will do. Thanks.
entdroid: Glad you dig, thanks.
Trashy: Thanks, man.
Flaskpost: Thanks alot, dude.
Sedig: It occurred to me a few times to paint what's outside my window but I was always afraid the lighting would change too quickly, but I have to give it try. Thanks.
Getting back into anatomy stuff because I suck. Yay!
Crap faces galore. I really feel like I'm missing out on something about drawing faces, don't feel like I'm making much progress with them...
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July 15th, 2008 #239
Cool...5stars! I wont more concept designs from you
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July 15th, 2008 #240
Verehin: 5? Thanks. I might do a few doodles if I get any ideas, but right now I'm hardcore focused on some studies.
Just finished another colour study.
July 15th, 2008 #241
hi there thx for dropping by my SB
nice sketching going on. you really seem like the serious type
i was about to comment the portrait copy of that asian girl but then i saw you had updated it. But then I noticed the hair - it looked so noisy now how about doing another round on the hair where you use simple but stylistic lines (i assume you have a drawing tablet) and still keep close to the original. nothing wrong with stylizing a study afterwards you know
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July 15th, 2008 #242
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July 15th, 2008 #243
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July 15th, 2008 #244
nice studies. gettin better, with the life drawings tho, if you find your proportions getting wonky keep checking the negative space and contact points.
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July 18th, 2008 #245
eparts: Do you mean the hair is too messy? I didn't put much time into the hair, but yeah it is pretty messy and would look better if I had put some thought into it. Thanks.
algenpfleger: Yeah... I'm just taking it easy with colours, they make me angry.
Salacuis: Thank you. I don't have any finished works. It's sad, I know.
TOOLED!: Thanks dude. I definitely do have trouble with proportions in life drawing. I'll keep those points in mind.
A Michelangelo study, value study and some crappy faces.
July 20th, 2008 #246
The lines on that Michelangelo study are oh so pretty, and those face studies aren't as crappy as you think. That value study looks pretty good, but almost a little contrast-y. Judging by the technical prowess you demonstrated with your last value study, I blame the photograph. Would you be willing to post the photo (if it's not too racy...) alongside the study like you did with the last one?
July 22nd, 2008 #247
Sedig: Whoa, you're giving me way too much credit, haha.
'Technical prowess'? Come on, man, that's bullshit, lol.
The photograph is high contrast, the shadows are black and the highlights are about 80% gray or so, I bumped it up a slightly.
Besides, I didn't spend anywhere near as long on this one compared to the last one, not to mention I went overboard with the soft brush.
I'll post the original in a minute.
I bought a large mirror, yay.
Two fresh self portraits. Severely screwed up the eyes on the first one, they're almost two eye-widths apart. Had another go and made the same mistake again.