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July 12th, 2006 #1
Elisas sketches - with oilpainting, nudity and life-sketches. Updated 19 feb!
My name is Elisabeth and this is my new official sketchbook!
I am actually not new here, I had an account for some years ago, but recently I have both the inspiration and time to draw every day (I am not a working dude, only a student on summer-holiday).
So here we go. (I am a little nervous, I have seen a lot of amazing artwork here)
First some old oilpaintings:
A selfportrait: (in oil)
My recent sketches:
Pastell on pastellpaper:
From life - a friends old car:
Comments and crits are welcome!
Last edited by elisa; February 18th, 2007 at 06:35 PM.
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Hey nice work! theres some anatomy mistakes on some pics
well not so much as errors its more like some times you guess some
areas that you dont fully understand, and that makes things
look a bit weird, like on this one
it seems you got a bit confused, as to how the structure of the
back muscles goes, so the volumen looks rigth cause you know
your lights and darks, but it still lacks the inner structure to make it
go to the next level, oh! and post some more non referenced drawings,
to evaluate your visual memory.
I really like your work, keep posting and ill keep waching!!
Download this zips while you can, REALLY they might be gone
by tomorrow and you will be sorry not to have this information
This is the man who did all the drawing on those zips,
he knows pretty much all you need to know about construccion,
anatomy and thinking in three dimencions, study him a LOT!!
Look at this tutorials especialy the ones made by Ron Lemen
July 12th, 2006 #3
those are cool. sweet paintings. keep it up
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July 12th, 2006 #4
Nice work Elisa I really enjoy your oils, good work!
July 12th, 2006 #5
Good stuff...with all that free time I expect you to have lots of great updates M´kay
My sketchbook flawed to the max page 5
Ps:Hope you understand my English.
Remember my advices taste best with a grain of salt.
July 13th, 2006 #6
maxetormer: thank´s a lot for your comments and crits! I think you really pointed out what I really need to practice more on; anatomy. The links and tutorials will be very useful, thank´s! And you are right about doing more non-reference stuff, I have become too much comfortable with having a reference when I draw.
ewing: thank´s a lot
Anthriel: tack tack
Mindflaw: man tackar! hehe, don´t put the pressure on me, man!
Todays update: - With non-ref stuff! yea
Some quick oil-sketches, for practicing (tried to paint with only 4 colors, a red, a yellow and black and white)
Here we go! the non-reffed heads!
Last edited by elisa; July 17th, 2006 at 02:19 AM.
July 13th, 2006 #7
I know I've allready commented your work over at GF a couple of times, but I gota hand it to you once more; incredible work, keep drawing!
July 13th, 2006 #8
Your very talented thats for sure. You've seem to have developed a very unique style. I can't wait to see what you have planed on the next post.
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very awesome stuff, you have nothing to be nervous about.
great work cant wait to see more
July 13th, 2006 #10
July 14th, 2006 #11
Hi! Thank´s a lot for your comments
A small update for todays work:
Practicing building up bodies and form (I have a lot to work on here)
Doodeling (the head is for anatomy practicing)
Last edited by elisa; July 17th, 2006 at 02:20 AM.
July 16th, 2006 #12
another small update:
Some anatomy practicing:
Some non-reffed heads with ballpoint pen:
July 16th, 2006 #13
July 16th, 2006 #14
Very nice work. The oil portrait is coming along real well. Good job on the foreshortening on that arm in your last post, very nicely done.
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July 16th, 2006 #15
July 18th, 2006 #16
hey, thank´s a lot for your comments!
Smitherines: thank´s for your tip, I will try to use more softer edges. Thank´s for checking in!
Todays drawing- a wip in charcoal, but it is rather messy. I am not finished with the tree to the left, but I will give it a try later.
Crits are welcome!
July 18th, 2006 #17
Doctor Is In
You have a fine sketchbook going here like a lot of what I see <> keep putting miles on your pencil you are on the right road <> you have a great feeling for form>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Thanks for popping in on me and feeding the dancing bear......
July 18th, 2006 #18
wow Lisan.. This last one is a real beauty. Be careful with all the charcoal tho, keep the lady nice and clean
July 18th, 2006 #19
hey good work- i think the anatomy is a little off sometimes, but just keep working on it. and keep those pencils sharp!
July 19th, 2006 #20
mentler: thank´s for stopping by! and thank´s for your comments! You are an amazing artist and I will keep feeding your sketchbook
tiger: hejsan tiger! tack tack! It was a rather messy work, but I think I kept the lady clean
sith: thank´s a lot! yes, I agree with the anatomy, but I am working on it! thank´s for dropping by!
Update with the finished work:
July 19th, 2006 #21
Wow. You have a very deep imaginative mind. just dont fall too deep into it.
I especially like the sketch with the woman where you can se her bones. Looks like she has some rare disseace. really scary...
Keep drawing. i want to se what more you can do
Ha de bra!
July 19th, 2006 #22
Muchothanx for dropping by my thread. Like the BoneDoctor said, great feel for form. Like the way you are playing with lines and shapes to reveal more areas of the drawing. Only advice I can give you is to keep on drawing!
July 20th, 2006 #23
heda: thank´s a lot!
demented: thank´s for checking in, and your comments!
here is an update for yesterdays and todays work -not much though, only some small practicing stuff
quick figure studies with ink and black marker:
And some sort of a WIP-selfportrait in oil. I am satisfied with the colors, but the mouth is fucked up, and I´m going to repaint it later.
July 20th, 2006 #24
Saw "oil" in your title and decided to check it out - glad I did: that oil rocks! Very believable, mouth does feel a bit off but don't think it's that big a deal. Colours are awesome, think you've nailed that one.
Markers and inks are also really impressive, like that you are attacking the markers, your are using them in a very energetic and lively manner.
Really impressive stuff, have some stars.
July 20th, 2006 #25
Nice work! my favorite is the lady hear the top with the skeleton showing on her arm. very nice oil work.
I like the most recent WIP self portrait too.
July 21st, 2006 #26
demented: thank´s a lot! I think marker and ink is my new favourite tools, its quick and fun, and perfect when you study poses.
Chiko: thank you! and thank´s for checkin in
More fun with markers and ink, this time some swordfighting! :
Some life studies:
Head from ref: (just for value practicing)
July 21st, 2006 #27
WOW youv got some pretty eyes girl!
now thats one hell of a good selfportrait!
about the ink stuff, its looking good, but it still
has that rought *peakry* look, maybe try to do some
were you wouldnt lift your hand from the paper?
and try not going over the same place more than twice,
its a hard excersice, but you might find it usefull,
I mean doing pen work is fcking hard anyways but
it always fun to find ways to challenge your self,
another thing you could do is to slowdown, in the
swordfigthing drawing I presume you used photo ref
(unless your uni happen to have a sword team in wich
case ill just shut up ) so if you have time try
to really copy with as much fidelty to the model
as you can, doing that in inks will increaste you line
control a lot, Im just in the process of doing that bw
Thats about it, just keep working your doing just fine!
Oh I forgot to ask, it the SP from mirror, photo
or a little of both?
Last edited by maxetormer; July 21st, 2006 at 11:17 AM.
August 1st, 2006 #28
maxetormer: haha, thank´s! The sp is actually from a photo, I didn´t have the patient to sit and stare in the mirrors for so long, hehe But I am thinking of using a mirror next time, I think it will be a good practice.
You have some really good advice about the ink stuff. I have to slow down a bit to get the lines right. I think I am generally a bit uncertain about drawing lines. (And yes, I used photoref - but having a sword team around would be the greatest! Thank´s a lot for dropping by!
Hi again all! I have been a way for some days and I haven´t been able to draw as much as I wanted. But here are some few stuff:
Some non-ref. and ref. stuff:
And one painting in oil i finished today, (it took about 4 hours), done with raw umber, black and white
Comments and crits are welcome!
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