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September 16th, 2006 #1
Gloominatis stuff -January 28th
check out the last page!!
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September 16th, 2006 #3Registered User
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Hey¡¡ I like the volume in the nude woman
September 24th, 2006 #4
Bridgman in da House
just got Bridgman's complete guide to drawing from life and after studying bammes for quite a long time, I must say that expressive anatomy bridgman uses. It's huge fun to study all that stuff! So in some kindof way the new sketchbook starts like the old one, hehe
first one is a little ps doodle, tried to play around with colors a bit.
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September 24th, 2006 #5
Great work on the figures - keep it up!
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September 24th, 2006 #6
spats- thanks for the egofood!
another bad boy, trying to apply new things bridgman taught me
September 25th, 2006 #7
Hey good new stuff around here but i wouldn`t drawing missunderstand with math i think you know what i mean.
I mean your Figures are not so dynamic, they are all the same... the poses are mostly similar to the others, try do bring more smoothness into the Figures.
And your Lineart... its very dark and allmost a bit messy, draw soft first and then harder lines.
Ok so lonk.
Keep it up, the last one is quite good.
(sry for my bad english dudes!)
September 26th, 2006 #8
tweaked it a bit in PS (damn I wish I had these idea earlier, my actual thunderdome-entry looks like shit, DAMN)
Oil on canvas, 60cm x 80 cm or something like that
September 27th, 2006 #9
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September 27th, 2006 #11Registered User
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nice sketches, the anatomy studies look really promising. with practice, i'm sure you'll learn to apply those in your conceptual figures better.
don't forget to practice other foundational skills like shading surfaces and drawing objects in perspective.
keep up the good work!
October 1st, 2006 #12
Great start on the new book, the anatomy jams are lookin awesome.
The TD piece has a lotta damn energy to it, the dude on the left witht he spear turned out really nice. I think you might want to be more selective with the white highlights, there are a lot of bright spots in the piece competing for your eye's attention.
Keep on bangin man!
October 3rd, 2006 #13
kliment- good to hear that!
notspecialist- thanks for the advice, man! Gonna work on that!
Andy P- thanks for pointing that out, man I will pay more attention to this in my following paintings!!
Okay here I am again! Wasn't able to draw the last few days since I was busy with organizing and partying my 18 birthday, but now that I am sober again and had some sleep I can get back to the drawing board again!
So here is a little bad dude for you, more to come later(tomorrow)