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October 18th, 2006 #248
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October 21st, 2006 #250
This one stood out to me http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1160244304, the contrast between the smooth rendering of the body and the texture surrounding it and the haphazard looking lines. No crits this time. I tried to do a few SPs, only did two, they're both terrible. I don't even think I'm gonna scan them, I've been getting into this theoretical stuff I've been reading. I saw you looking in my book while I was updating, that wasn't a updateless bump I did, I accidentally hit return before I was finished. Now I'm worried that a bunch of other people that checked before I finished are gonna think I'm a douche who bumps his own thread. Just do whatever exercises seem to help you towards your goals, whatever their form, is my vague advice for today.
"Beliefs are rules for action"
"Knowledge is proven in action."
"It's use is it's meaning."
October 24th, 2006 #251
jdeegs - nope, i have to go to a community college for my class. I used to do it at a community art center that has weekly workshops. Its tough to find good life drawing opportunities.
james, fedezz, and blue - thanks for the c + c guys.
armando - thanks. I don't remember when i was looking in your book, i'll stop by soon though, don't worry.
ahh back from portfolio day. It was much better this time around. Instead of telling me what kind of work to do, they told me *which* of my pieces they thought should go in. That felt good. It appears that codenothing had it right when he said 80% quicker/looser ones, at least for animation programs. One of the colleges i'm looking at i would have to go for illustration so they want longer ones. At any rate, i'll be doing some more loose stuff from now on, which i like more anyway .
Just to complement you guys, pretty much all of the critique they gave on my work is the same stuff you have been saying, so keep it up, you're helping me improve far more than if I wasn't on here! Thanks for the support.
I'm still planning on posting the portfolio that i took, but i don't have time right now to take pictures of everything, so instead i leave you with car doodles.
October 24th, 2006 #252
this one http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1161192656 is quickly drawn and accurate, caught the character of the pose, so I bet they liked that.
October 24th, 2006 #253
i love that finger study, where was it from? and good work on getting your portfolio done! i hate this part of senior year, i spend 3 weeks doing drawings for RISD / Massart haha, it paid off though, didnt get into RISD but i didnt really want to go there ;p what schools are you loking at? its amazing that you arnt in college, you're very good at drawing : )
October 25th, 2006 #254
Blue Severin - Thanks, i should have included that one but i didn't. I was going for longer pose ones but the animation guys like quickies more. Now that i learned that i might put that one in.
jdeegz - bridgeman, thanks, looking at laguna college of art and design and calarts, and kind of pasadena art center. I'm flattered, but it's really only the product of a year of hard work. I mostly cartooned/did bad drawings until a year ago. Life drawing and anatomy studies are the key. Listing and Ammoburger have been doing that much longer, and are also my age.
Life drawing tonight. Some one minutes, 3 minutes, 5 minutes, 10 minute, 15 minutes, and an hour.
October 25th, 2006 #255
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life drawing has improved again umm maybe try dong some out of cubes and spheres .. the anatomy is nice too but the finger ones it looks as if the bones are floppy ? watch out for that and ,ke them more rigid..
keep it up.james.
October 26th, 2006 #257
hyptosis - thank you very much
james- yep, gotta do more structure, thanks for the crit
I've been working on a portrait of a girl for a few weeks, but i didnt' want to post anything from it until her parents gave the OK. So here are the photo-ref studies and then the final portrait, from life. My first commissioned artwork
I was going for low contrast because she is 12.
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