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June 29th, 2006 #1
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Sketches from yesterday and today with no ref. Well a little face in the down left corner (of 4th image) is suposed to be Emperors' voice Ihsahn...but it doestn't seem.
My scanner has broken down so ive had to make some photos
"Fuck the sun"
I've been trying too to start painting with photoshop...but I suck...
A photogra of Domino :
And a little thing for my group...I suck!
I only use opacity to make shades...I'm looking for tutorials...but I need even more essential...
August 6th, 2006 #3
hey man , kwl sketches one thing id suggest is doing some anatomy stuides and drawings fom ref( i shud take my own advice) also theres a photoshop thread on here that will be very helpful
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September 16th, 2006 #4
Well, this is my first complete photoshop work. I see the hands seem not finished, but are the way I wanted them, maybe some chest details, but I think it's good. I've not only used ref, ive added it as a second texture to asecure the mesure...it's not a painting, I only practicedd colours, but I think its ok. Is the last extremoduro's cd frond cover.
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Very cool concepts, mate. Yes, since you know that you need to study anatomy, then do it and nothing else! Maybe one or two concept pages, but do the anatomy like crazy. I am realising this with my art as well and now am doing more reference work than my own.
Once you get that form down you can't go wrong in the long run! Cheers. ;]
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February 19th, 2007 #7
Ive been this week with anatomy but the only book I have at home is not too good, so, I'm searching for something better. I must have some Loomies ilustrations over here, Im searching for them.
Well, the body and the arms are better now, but they dont seem the same thing...
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Doing good with the studies man. Heres a link to the Loomis Books Online, and there all free and printable.
Hope they help out.
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March 18th, 2007 #11
Well, I get very bored in classroom so the time I can't expend at home painting I do it in "class time". Most of them are random stuff but two of my teachers gestures.
The robot designs are suposed to be for a game I'm projecting with some friends (I'm the concept artist nowdays, I hate programming).
A kind of maya man, I really like it
More game concepts on the top and a sick cheerleader
Random with pencil
On the top some of my teachers gestures and then voices in my head, more gestures...
April 2nd, 2007 #12
Envisor has given you a gold mine there - you should most definitely read through those books if you have not done so already. You need to do some geared up anatomy studies and gestural studies to better get a feel for the human form. You also need to develop your technique - pay attention to what you are doing when you are drawing a line. Too many artists starting out take lines for granted - they are the most powerful element of composition, so give them the attention they need. With your shading you need to get a better feel for you forms and lighting - currently your forms a little too flat.
I must say I really like the attitude you exude with your pen sketches - they are fearless and authoritative in a way. If you don't loose that as you go along, you may well one day possess the type of draftsmanship's mentler has.
Thanks for stopping by my book dude, hope this post was of some help to you. Keep drawing, this game has a lot to do with mileage .
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June 2nd, 2007 #13
Well, I'll try to curse arts next year so I have to do an exam and I'm preparing myself for it. Those are some Tintoretto's capies (I love that man!)
(The sides hands are the first paintng hands, and the one of the top and end are mine)
Well, that last one is a Miguel Angel...
And my first painting, acrylic
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November 17th, 2007 #19
New drawing (wacom wacom wacom!!!!)
First a kind a Kurt Cobain with ref:
Eye in detail:
Trying to copy an Alex Ross Joker (this guy is da god):
I gotta say that I have lots of problems to fix mesures when I copy, when I draw from life, you know. Photoshops helps, I can change every size, but that is not the damn way, I know.
I think from now on I'll dedicate one morning a week to go and draw my city, and the rest anatomy (I still need a lot)... and well to copy alex ross again and again...
Hope somenone's gonna say something hehe
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I was trying to do that Mike Oldfield:
Then the result is something lijke that:
And I thoutght... oh! It seems FFVIII main character... Squall!!!
See ya (paint paint paint)
December 2nd, 2007 #29
Trying to copy some more. I bought a women-magazin for 1€ so I could have lots of references and I've been trying to copy some this evening. The only problem is I become silly very fast and I can't take much profit from all I do... but well... that's the saved works (I've erased some, like a damn badly monstrosity that was trying to be Shigeru Miyamoto).
I'm realising that I can only do the self-portraits well. When I try with a friend or another reference, I can't with it. I don't know if it's my face (simple shapes?) or what, but... you know... I'll keep painting and painting from reference. I think that I'm much more serious about practicing and anatomy since I bought the wacom, the only problem is I forgot the rest of my life and the pen or prencil drawing... I have to leave the computer for a while :p
And then... I become silly
December 10th, 2007 #30