Whoa man, it's getting hard to keep up with ya! It's good your starting to do more painting and colour. I think you need to put some focus into drawing environments and perspective, don't see many of those in your sb.
Here are some of the promised figures. Silhouettes for james, color for boredom, some conte, some charcoal. I was kinda bored because it was the same model again, but i think i learned something.... i just don't know what.
I see you've been trying some stuff That's the idea, experiment, experiment a lot, there are no fixed rules for this. Btw, your charcoal gestures are superb. Just keep them coming, it's really exciting to see the evolution of this sb.
fedezz - its always a pleasure to hear from you, thanks for the support
This isn't really a "drawing" per se, but it did involve photoshop, and i thought it was entertaining. It was more editing, but i had fun using techniques that i've learned throughout my PS usage. I have some friends who really like sonic the hedgehog... this is for them.
Yay, perspective and figure studies always a good thing. Hmm, as far as crits go, I'd say just look at artists you like, try to figure out why you like it, and incorporate it into your work. All that measuring, working on value, and things like that go without saying because it looks like you're already working on it.
Blue Severin - Sounds like fun, i'll keep working hard
I was really not in the mood today. I sat around for about 20 minutes just smearing odd colors in PS, i tried painting in difference and some other modes, and eventually i saw an interesting composition. Once i started to get it down my program crashed and erased all of my work >.>; So i re-worked the compo to make it less "side view" like all my other stuff, and i tried a 3/4 top down-ish thing... anyway, heres the rest of the time ~1.1 hr total.
hey man, really nice sketchbook you've got here. you've shown alot of really nice improvement since the first post. your life drawings look wonderful, nice gestural quality in alot of them. I like how you are experimenting with a number of different media, great way to learn multiple approaches to pieces. I must say though, looking through everything I love the pastel gestures you did on the first page (had alot of dresses if that helps narrow the pieces down hehe). such nice movement in all of them. you're pushing yourself really well, and the only thing I can think to say is maybe to do a tonal study or two. just draw a still life only looking at the different tones; no linear work. take your time and be really patient with it.. really helped me get used to drawing with more contrast and helps gain a nice control over a media. once again great work man, keep it up!