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May 24th, 2008 #586
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Great job on the figure studies, and the matchboxes are very good.
What year are you in, in school?
Please visit my sketchbook.
May 25th, 2008 #588
ash888: I'm 22, and in my 3rd year of the BFA program at a state university in Maine. Right now I'm taking my 2nd semester abroad in germany...but the classes still aren't very beneficial. The things the school offered that I was interested in, aren't being offered this semester...and yadda yadda Well, there is one good class that I'm taking.
posemaniacs, reffed stuff from hel-looks, and some matchbox WIPs
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May 25th, 2008 #589
May 25th, 2008 #590Registered User
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- portland maine
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tops to keeping at the posemaniacs~ i cant deal with the jagged edges on all the figures, i am such a wimp. i'm sure you know this by now, but it's always snazzy carrying those matchboxes around to offer lights to people ~ gets come hither looks and intrigue quite rapidly sir. quite rapidly indeed. keep it real in germany and just dont end up in any basements!
May 25th, 2008 #591
yeah , its definately paying off that you are sticking with those 2 sheets of poses. Where is your other stuff? dont tell me thats all you do !! =o
Lol, digging those matchboxes as well btw, i assume i get one soon???
Just have fun.
May 26th, 2008 #592
Liking those matchboxes and well done with the figure practice!
May 26th, 2008 #593
These tight-shot portraits are sweet. I especially like how you work the monochrome really well but still work in some other, more subtle hues. The fact that they're on matchboxes makes it all the more impressive. Those fashion sketches are great, too. Is there some resource you're getting these ideas from, or do you just have good clothes sense? I'm always trying to come up with good modern-day outfits but they're always so basic.
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May 26th, 2008 #596
all those poses/gesture drawings are really great, and I particularly like the recent refined character studies as well. Do you find it easier to capture values using all grey tones first rather than just starting out in color? I know there are different ways of doing it, and I was never sure which is better/easier/more accurate.
the matches in the matchbook faces look like teeth... gives them a really cool creepy quality.
May 28th, 2008 #597
May 28th, 2008 #598
thx for sharing your stuff with us.
looking through ur sb gives me a really great start into the day!
cant wait to see what you r going to come up with