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    more nudes from life

    I'm trying to merge line and surface together. Hard task for someone you loves lines! But the only way to learn how to paint, hu! So long for rendering today.


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    Good luck with it. Cya in class.

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    Awesome sketchbook. More updates pls ^^!

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    looking good! try to keep that rendering cleaner tho, dont just scribble the shadows in, make the strokes follow the same direction, or the planes of the form!

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    robot arms studies

    some robotics. Quick ideas.

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    seeing the sketches of your models (women and men) I have even more respect for you sire... greetings, a young padawan from your school

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    Robotic and mechanic

    Thx Rebel.
    Here is one more. The drawing in 1h30, a speedpaint of values in 1h.
    You saw this exercise before, hu!?
    Cheers to all!

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    i like the thumbnails and the figure drawings
    i would love to see some other lightcolors for your paintings it would make your subject pop out of the background some more

    btw where do you take those modeldrawing sesions?
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    figure drawings

    Only the small ones for today.

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    Verry impressive! Wish i had more time ( and a wacom ) to concentrate on my drawingskills... You make painting a robot-arm look like a walk in the park.

    Greetings from a student.

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    Freak

    One more; a wip of a freaky freak.
    Thx 4 the comment Chrisss. Keep it up and you will improve in skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deodatus View Post
    Thx for the crits. I dont put faces on them in a sketch, cause its of no importance right now.
    Wrong. Study everything you can. If a picture can be a face study and an anatomy study, then make it both.

    Industrial design seems to be your strong point; all your ships are fantastic.
    If you're trying to wean yourself off lines and get more comfortable with a painterly approach, then do a few paintings using no lines whatsoever. This will force you to adapt.

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    color

    And with a little pigment it looks even better.

    Cruz; thx 4 the comment. I'll think of that next time I wont draw a monster-alike-head.

    Keep drawing everybody!

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    massive updates since I last looked!
    The head of your freaky freak reminds me a bit of that 'brain'-bug in Starship Troopers .
    One small crit though (plz ignore it lol): in post #130 I think the foot on the middle one is too small.

    More plz

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    speedpaint

    Yo. Thx Gerre; the foot is too small indeed.
    here one more speedpaint.

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    model session 081217

    Some sketches from this session.
    All the poses were on a oblique floor.
    Have a nice day!

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    A color study; wip of something... i don know yet. hh

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    yet again nice updates

    i like the studies
    the latest wip has some great colors i think
    here's what i would have made of it design wise (hope you dont mind)

    DEODATUS' Sketchbook

    oh yeah i was thinking that after the examinations we should start again with the speedpainting sesions if it's still possible. I learned a lot from them last year.

    anyway happy holidays
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    howla,another citizen van het Gentsche.

    those are some nice creative outbursts you got there.
    keep it up.

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    Nice sketches! And i see the painting is starting to get very nice also, the robot and the beast work. I agree with Polydrawer on those speedpainting sessions, they where lots of fun last yearn i might drop by a few times again

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    Hi Deodatus, nice model sketches. Are you doing those sessions in Gent? Maybe I'll try to do some too. Nice brush strokes on that last one btw .

    Anyway, keep it up!

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    Blub

    One more little painting from today. About 3h. I must say that Remko Troost inspired me a lot with his session! Lets exercise some more; hh!

    Lyno; thx for dropping by. I go for drawing once a week in Gent indeed. It fun and I see Epias there sometimes.
    Fox; I will try to organize the speedpaint evenings again this year. We 'll have some fun!
    Giow; Gent rulez! Take care.
    Polydrawer; thx for the idea. I was rather thinking of something else; I hope I can show it here soon
    Gerre; thx. The foot is to small
    Chriss: welcome to use the classes wacoms any time.

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    Just for fun.

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    quickies.

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    studies and examples: hands, feet and hair

    Examples and drawing from my classes. Hand, feet and hair studies from week 4.
    ( crashcourse of 12 weeks character design in DAE http://www.digitalartsandentertainment.be/)

    All drawn by head.

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    studies. from life.

    some 25min poses...

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    those examples are real fun to look at
    It makes me want to draw them too

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    Male warrior

    Thx for dropping by, Gerre. Thats the point of those drawings.

    Here is another drawing; im busy with the paint version.

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    yet again nice studies

    I like the design of your superhero, the glove reminds me of ironman
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    Speed paints

    Some speedpaints (45min)...
    The themes were: "superhero", "star warz vehicle" and "pokemon".
    Grtz

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