Brendan: lol... thanks. I'm still working on colours, it's coming. I think i'll follow Facezero's way of working, or at least try it.
Marco: lol will do!
Enthombed: thank you, i'm flattered. i'll try my best to keep it interesting.
Stark:Thanks !... :=), i've fixed it but haven't scanned it. The collbas are coming along nicely.. but she doesn't want to show anything yet... hehe
Thanks for the attention !
paperX: thanks alot !!
Dan: thanks bro ! You're doing great too
'nu: awww man... sorry i was completly "away" for a while. But with the new blog thing it should get better =)
Timmy: haha, that's what i always thought and the reason why i'll never give up on traditional work. Thanks alot !!!
Tom: okay then, life drawing on the way =)
About the car, at first i wanted to do some kindof black aura coming from the guy in the middle.. .but haven't worked on it
Marco: thanks! i'll go more carefully with the values next time.
Am7: good point, i've rushed a bit the hatches lately, i'll try to be more efficient next time. Thanks lots !
Shinryu: thanks !.. answer in your sb =)
paperX: lol... well.. since the cyclone's being all lazy on us, i'll stay with the constent/small update...But i'll try to draw even more than before from now on... been slacking too much
Dan: lol hehe...was a bit tired when doing 'em
Cup: thanks !!! I'll try
Kevin: here's some ! thanks !
A tiny update again...
and here's an image of the cyclone...he's just stationnary right now so we have to wait to see what he's gonna do. I'm not complaining since i have to stay home... and draw
Edit: added the "finished" colour guy
Last edited by DanielC; February 25th, 2007 at 04:50 PM.
as usual i injoy the way you shade reminds me of wes a little. I would be becareful about evenly distributing the hatching though out the page because it starts to working againts your darkest darks, and begins to create alot of middle tones. nice work
this is turning out to be quite whimsical. really free and moving piece, which is an intersting turn from the rigid emotion you were portraying before!
have you ever tried watersoluble leads? derwent, prismacolor and staedler among others make some good pencils that can hatch pretty tightly, but then you throw a wash of water over it and it turns to watercolour ~ more to play around with. im not saying you need to change at all no sir! but just a thought!!
I love your stuff man!
its great to see your none-reffed stuff and to see that it keeps the same quality as the referenced stuff! With that said, i mean that it shows that you take notice on what you do when you use reference and do studies! *weird English sorry*
Anyways on the last painting, use more colors! I would like to see more colors bouncing on the skin like some olive greens and more reds. Maybe more blacks. Have you looked at your painting in greyscale?
I think your anotomy is great... but your fabrics need to show more form and flow to it.
Noshadowmaster: thank you very much for the advice. The main thing that's causing it (besides my stupid hand) is the weather. The cyclone's been humidifying(?) everything and the paper gets all...weird...it just doesn't catchs the graphite as it should be. Thanks !!
Timmy: Hey!! actually i have some.... but i never knew that technique =)... i'll try it, sounds cool. Thanks alot !
Marco: lol... well i made 'em as light as the rest it would brake the composition that's mainly focused on the background... But i'll keep that in mind, thanks !!
Dile: hehe... that's what they are for. Thank you very much monsieur !
Ling: Hello! Every points taken. I'll keep working on colours and as for the fabric.. i have that nice hogarth book that deals about it. Thanks !!
paperX: thanks alot man, i'll try !!
Enthombed: Thanks !!
Here's a pencil...done while listening to nin's In this Twilight... hehe, i can't get enough of the song
More soon !
Last edited by DanielC; February 28th, 2007 at 04:19 AM.
That head is cool. The shading (can you ever hear enough about that?) is amazing. The guys look awesome too. If I could get my eyes under control, I hope to be able to make compositions like that...Amazing man