Great sketchbook. The bust of the half skull face really struck me. I love it! I also like the pencils of the portraits also. keep working with the digital paintings, but try to keep the same mood as your pencil sketches. oh, and post more!
Buenos dias! DanielC
Niiice new sketchbook! I'm still enjoying these pencils and loving your comp designs. Sweet skeleton and skull render. Excellent. Thanks for the kind comments in my SB.
To answer about materials: I use smooth cheapie newsprint and charcoal pencils; pencil of choice is Ritmo_Art Alternatives. Because newsprint is so non-archival, I must learn to handle more textured paper and alter technique a bit.
I first studied under Glen Orbik http://www.orbikart.com/ and Mark Westermoe. Glen was Jeff's teacher at one time, so there is a connected history of style.
Kaoki: thank you sir. that sounds interesting. Can't wait to see how you worked on it =)
Brendan: glad you like it ! haha... I gotta stop being unorganized.. i came up with a daily schedule.. now i can more easily do different activities without worrying =)
Rod: thanks man !
Dile: very happy you're liking it !
Marco: thanks !... argh colours
lazy: thanks ! Humm full bodies ? .. ok !
Blog: thanks !!
Rebeccak: thanks !! keep doing the nice drawings too !
Maknien: thanks for the suggestion. the paper got all damaged..and i finally gave up. I'll try it once again.. it's for a friend and i think he's been waiting for too long now :s
Sodbrenner: thanks !
Cup: thanks man! that thread is really informative.. i haven't done any colours, but i've kept in mind what i saw.
Barret: thanks ! i'll try !
Jake ! hey man! thanks !! =)
Aztcfireflower: tanks for the info. Bookmarked the link. Thank you very very much for the comment !
Last edited by DanielC; November 26th, 2006 at 03:12 PM.
exams are no excuse Daniel. Your drawings come first. End of story.
Great updates man, don't know why you resort to calling your stuff poop.
It makes me feel so much worse about myself.
Solid stuff, I like the fat guy's face, well drawn, distinctive and convincing.
Second piece is supa great, composition seems to be working in your favour.
EDIT - ha right now our post counts are equal. I've caught up, mwuahahahahaa!
Really intriguing work, my friend. I will be keeping an eye on your progress. My only comment would be to make sure your pencils are always sharp, sharp, sharp... Some posts have some rather flat looking lines. Other than that, great stuff.