i think i will do some animals no crits on last update ,lookign really nice
keep em coming
Awsome stuff, and my very own jumping puma! what is a puma anyway?
keep doin what your doin. BUT, i wonder what you can do with landscapes
if you keep listening to me im just gonna keep asking for stuff i havent seen you do yet
Hey, lovely animals! And your pencil rendering is badass. I'd love to see more people/antropomorphic creatures with the finishing level of that horse head.
Post some more!
looking good man. nice lines, nice values. i would like to see more loose stuff and different subject matter (peeps etc) but its a little early to call for that since your book has just started.
keep it up man, looking good/
check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)
check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)
Originally Posted by strych9ine
Tensai - thanks! I have trouble loosening up, I think I need to eat more art fibre.
Blue Severin, fedezz, devil-inside, Fishspawn, guitarjames, sabe2003 - Thanks guys. I'm sorry I haven't posted a lot but there's been some crazy (not good) stuff happening out here atm. I know it isn't anexcuse so I'll try to post more in future.
Sweetoblivion314 - lol, a puma is a cougar is a mountain lion. Hope that makes it clearer for ya. I haven't tried landscapes yet but ok for you I'll try soon. 8)
Xerobound - Thanks for the pointers! I'm pretty new to values and colour so I need to practise on it quite a lot.
Last edited by Cwn Annwn; July 27th, 2006 at 09:58 AM.
Some face sketches. A quick 2 minute ballpoint pen of my housemate who plays a lot computer games next to my pc, so I get the profile view of her quite a bit :
Two more sketches. The top one is also from life but I messed up horribly. (yes video games for profile models lol) I didn't pay attention and ended up drawing it from 2 perspectives. The chin, mouth, nose and ear are profile. The rest of it is from a slightly lower view angle. ARGH!! Thought I'd post it up anyway. The second is a head from a photo ref.
Some hand studies from photo reference. They're all from "Bodywatching - A field Guide to the Human Species" by Desmond Morris. Old book but pretty good reading with lots of interesting photos of the human body. I'm regretting picking the photo of the Indian woman's dancing hand because her fingers were angled scarily.
Nice stuff you got here. I really like the hands and pose you got. You're pretty good at studies...I DEMAND MORE!
all i can say is great stuff, i really like the hand studies, the antelope archer, and the cougar. Also ou have very nice pencil skills. Keep it up
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