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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 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)