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December 6th, 2006 #131
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Im sooo with Justin Oaksford !! nice one, and the last once looking great
You have very steady lines, and your renderings are soooo pro! , oppps, ARE you professional ? If not, you could be I tell you!
oppps, btw, Im Dile.. that Dile.exe you know
December 6th, 2006 #133
Thank you very much for the compliment dennis. You're becoming a really interesting artist. Keep working hard!
.. don't worry, i recognised you .. and no, i'm not a professional.. i'm still far away from that =)
Thought i'd render that previous guy before going to bed (it's not finished!!) ... 'night c.a. !
December 6th, 2006 #134
holy shit this is gorgeous.... i wish you would have pushed the values more and gave this some more contrasting parts... Really beautiful work though...
Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd
December 7th, 2006 #135Registered User
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Daniel. man.........this is brilliant Sketch work and nice shading too I love it! dying to see more from you....Cheeeeeeeeeeeeers.
December 7th, 2006 #136Registered User
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December 7th, 2006 #137
hey man, pretty much just asspats from me... the last few are freakin jaw droppingly beautiful.... i wish there was something more i could say to help....
not to discourage you from your pencil work but more digis would be awesome, or even REAL PAINT! you just have your anatomy, line, tone and composition pretty much sussed (thats not to say you shouldn't push those skills even further) but it would be awesome to see you developing your sense of colour too.
anyway, i don't know why but i can tell you love drawing... so just have fun! and keep up the awesome work!
December 7th, 2006 #138
keep working on it! could be a great portfolio piece...
December 7th, 2006 #139
Nice pencils, but you should include the name of the artist and painting that you do studies of, not everyone knows who it is.
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December 8th, 2006 #140
December 8th, 2006 #141
great pieces! how much time do you spend on a page generally?
I really like the light study with the two figures and the building... great tones. i like the way you lay them in also... your strokes, etc.
Do you reference photos, or draw from life, ..?
December 8th, 2006 #142Registered User
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yo D! your master studies are excelent as always! not knowing most of em i would almost say you are the master.
my favourite on this site is post 133. even i see some mistiakes, i like it very much it´s because i see slowly a style of you coming out. browsing through the net lately , i´ve found travis charest , so i can say he´s a big influence to you ( hehe gotcha ) . yeah he´s quite a monster , when it comes to skills.
so to crits: the street glowers , and the architecture , don´t convince me very much . i see before you doing a portrait , u draw the lines in first, and then the shadows tec. . but the problem is this needs too much time most. so if u want to learn faster , you could maybe do some speed sketching of houses or churches ( very intersting the gothic ones) because judging your linework it could be a little more agressive maybe when it comes to sketching . in rendered stuff it´s impressive... hope i could write down in my bad english what i really meant.
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December 9th, 2006 #143
Woah, that one Vigostar linked to is awesome!
In one of mentler's threads, he talked about how he (and the old masters) believed that you shouldn't do line and then shadow, but line and shadow simultaneously, so that both work together and you keep the whole picture in mind constantly. Just throwing that out ther, because I think that could take you places.
Keep it up!