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November 16th, 2007 #1171
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November 16th, 2007 #1173Registered User
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hah! love the body on the last one now thats some anatomy skills.
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November 17th, 2007 #1174
paper, lol sure, ill do some :] sounds like fun. Thanks !
Archi, hehe yeah i got an a3 sb not too long ago, but its gonna be a mess to have it scanned, ill definatly have alot of fun to work on it. Thanks !
'nu: you smell... good curry.. :c thanks bitch
Stark, thanks, ill see what i can do on it.
christian, haha what the heck was that ? :] thanks !
matt, hehe thanks !
kyle, thanks bro !
Alex, hah thanks man !
Dan, thanks alot brothar !
mark, same here man ! We should hang out drawing often man, that drawing class was great ! :]
Stark, thanks sir !
Gilles, thanks, i checked out your stuff and its pretty good.
Alyssa, merci beaucoup !
alex, thanks man !
to Gilead, if you eventually get to read this, it was nice meeting you man. i'll come back to this class soon !
For today, some life drawing. After months and months of not doing any. I really need to do some more. Had a hard time getting to good lines and proportions, but the values were easier to find.
More soon !
November 17th, 2007 #1175
That last page is money. Pure, unadulturated money.
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November 18th, 2007 #1177
November 18th, 2007 #1178
Bleh, I'm sick of having no crits. So I'll just not say anything for now. Top-line stuff Dan my man. The life drawings are looking really good, I think you have a wonderful way of showing the form and making it believable. You have this awesome quality in you rendering lately that I can't find the words to describe. First class, keep it up bro.
As for me, I've been finishing up with my second year at college. Will be starting a new sb here soon, keep your peeled or I'll have to peel em for ya. Also have a thread in FF if you really do want to see what I've been up to .
November 18th, 2007 #1179Registered User
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cool lifedrawings dude! the rendering is kind of messy though, try to think allot broader when laying down value patches. That is easier said than done though
also, with your lines, try to get them to overlap more and go into the figure to create depth!
how long where those poses anyway?
November 18th, 2007 #1180
the arm thats holding the lady up looks abit wonky on the first pic (around the elbow area) but thats all i could pick up sorry, great stuff man...life drawing definitely helps, keep pushing it
November 18th, 2007 #1181
Your work in your sketchbooks is truely inspiring. I just have a couple questions for you if you dont mind...
I saw in the first few pages of your first sketchbook that you mentioned wes burt as one of your influences. What are some other artists that have also had an impact on your art?
And, for your sketches with the smooth shading... are you using a blending stump?
Thanks for the inspiration, your art work is really great!
"Art is the proper task of life. "
November 18th, 2007 #1182
Damn, these are one of the best pencils I've seen around here. Shapes and light...and everithing is so solid, I feel so misserable with my scriblings now that I'm looking at your stuff, keep up the good work !!! And you have some realy solid designs there on top of everything
November 18th, 2007 #1183
Great to meet you too Daniel, your work is even more impressive in person. I didn't go back to look at the rest of your sketchbook because I had charcoal all over my fingers, but what I saw was awsome stuff.
I hope you join us for life drawing as often as you can.
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November 20th, 2007 #1185
Whaaaaaaaaaaaaat? That's rediculous. Damn. I wish I had something constructive to say.... but damn. Awesome.
November 20th, 2007 #1186the slower you go, the further you get
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hey great sketchbook. Your stuff from imagination is awesome. Great job on paying attention to the background .. i personally think it's really important esp when transitioning into painting. It's great to see you're getting back into the figure .. somethings aren't clear to me on the first figure like the neck area and her right arm (the weight bearing arm) - the deltoid/tricep area is not really worked out just seems like you put big curve in there..same for her back... but again maybe that's what you saw or it was done quickly. And I'm sure you're aware of all that without me. the 3rd one is great!! Anyways i really enjoyed your sketchbook .. good stuff... keep going!!
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November 20th, 2007 #1188
kick ass sketchbook! keep it up!
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November 20th, 2007 #1189Registered User
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You seriously kick ass.
November 21st, 2007 #1190
Dude, don't apologize. That shit is moneh! Love the shading (again). And the mask is perfect for what the character is. Good job on this one.
November 21st, 2007 #1191
Great shading on those life drawings! man, I wish I could sketch like that. Keep it coming.
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November 21st, 2007 #1192
I honestly got to say those are some of the best life drawings I seen lately.
great stuff as usual!
Love the contrasts in the latest duder too.
November 21st, 2007 #1193
Woah, haven't dropped by in a while.
Crazy awesome stuff lately. The only crit I can muster is that in the first life drawing her arm looks a tad short.
Keep up the crazy work man!
November 21st, 2007 #1194
last one is fun, intelligent design decisions. He seems just a tadbit stiff (not one to talk I am ), and with those muscles I don't picture him as the type of guy to surrender, but that's not a big issue. Like the lively precision of it all. Detailed but not dead - that's something you're doing better with each update.
keep it up monsieur!
November 23rd, 2007 #1195Registered User
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Geez dude! all the stuff in here is nuts! Amazing work as youve probably heard loads of times =] Thanks for posting tons too.
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these beats are so fresh
November 24th, 2007 #1199
The last one's nice, good distribution of shapes, especialy for a quick sketch.
Maybe Whitaker (what was his name?) was right, huh?
November 24th, 2007 #1200
someone sure likes to render!!! more linework please. rendering is the easy mindless part. spend a little more time on the actual shapes, gestures, and nuances, and you will find yourself with much more interesting stuff to render. your stuff is good and shows alot of promise, just dont get so caught up on the fun part...you gotta eat those vegetables to grow up big and strong! -c36