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December 27th, 2007 #53
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December 29th, 2007 #54
~Pencilator: Thanks mate. I guess it is a start. I'll get better, I'm sure of that. But Lately I've drawn little that I like... Even though Warhammer is a bloody good inspiration!
Been very hectic these few months. There always seems to be something popping up. But I have great belief in that all changing for the new year coming! Anyways, here is drawing I made a few days ago. Spent many hours on it. Trying to create something out of chaos. Not fully happy with it, but I still like it. except the eye, and mouth. Those still need work.
Highly inspired by the one and only Mr Jones. -maybe too inspired :-S
December 29th, 2007 #55
hey, like what you have going here, one suggestion I would make is just keep an eye on your line quality of your figures, the woman's torso that you posted is more successful than your earliest posts with the figures and hands because your line weight varies, giving the form a more natural feel, outlining the forms makes it read more flat. good creativity though, hope to see more soon!
the best teachers are those around us
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January 5th, 2008 #56
January 18th, 2008 #57
~unamigosencillo : I actually know exactly what you are talking about. And I am fully aware of that problem. I'll have to focus more on that! Thanks for popping by!
~zelda_geek : Well I took your advice. Now I'm drawing more whole figueres.. but I'm not so fond of them, they still need a lot more work. I might post them later.
Fett da, at du er fra Bergen. Jeg var forresten innom SB din. Mange gode ting der. Ikke gi deg! -skal nok legge fra meg en melding der ogsŚ
Well I've been doing more studies. Colour and Shape. But one feel happy with the one. This one. I do feel it is finish, even though the face and hair didn't really get much attention. Spent about 45-55min on this. I like it, but what do you say? Do ya want more!??
February 4th, 2008 #58
I'm actually so happy lately. I have been drawing a lot more lately. And I am loving it to! Even though I've got so much more, I'm only gonna post a few digitals, just because I'm so lazy and tired cause it's so late. I'll post more later.
Some are finished, others not.
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Nice.. I like the dude with pistol alot, reminds me of cs
I loved the comic-like dude yelling, his features are very well constructed.. He's projecting an aura of power.
Excited to see how the Wolverine will shape KEEP IT UP
February 5th, 2008 #60
~SniffeY : haha, cheers mate! Like I told you personally, you're way to kind... AND I WILL
Anyways. Paperscan update! I'll surely work more on them, but I am happy.
February 5th, 2008 #61
February 5th, 2008 #62
~zelda_geek : Takker. I'm glad I'm happy too I am starting to realize that drawing mustn't be forced. I must just relax and do what I like, just like everything else in life. Take a step back and chill. Anyways, Thanks for pushing my SB to page 3! It motivated me to put some more work in the Wolverine portrait.
Still not sure where I'm going with this. Right now I'm just blocking in the shapes. Used some reference so that I didn't totally stuff up the lighting, but most of it is just going with the flow.
Not sure how much time I spent on each step, but in total it was MAX 20min.
February 7th, 2008 #63
February 12th, 2008 #64
Cool stuff man, I'd suggest reading the Loomis books, and any other good drawing books to really nail down all those studies. The more you draw from life and ref, the more knowledge you gain on how forms turn and how they are lit. What really helped me a lot with drawing from imagination was taking about a year and a half of actually learning how to draw from life and ref, and learning the foundations of good art. It's the most essential thing when drawing from imagination, you must know the foundations. Even still today, i'd say about 60% of all the work I produce is still drawing from life. You're at the age that I started to take art seriously, so now is definately the time. You're doing pretty well so far, better than I was at your age. so now is the time to put your nose to the grindstone. Keep it up!
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February 12th, 2008 #65
~Skeiff : First, I would like to say thank you for commenting in my SB, it really means allot to me. Your words have inspired me just that little bit further. I will keep posting as often as possible, also all the different studies I am doing to try and improve my skills. Thanks again Mitch. I hope the next time you enter my SB it will have more studies than the last time!
Haven't done much the last few days, a few doodles and scribbles, but nothing yet worthy of posting. Did put a solid 15min in the Wolverine-shitface. Not liking the way I executed an idea I had. Dunno if I will do more to it...
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