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October 25th, 2006 #1
Jorge Gecov sketchbook
Hello friends from CA.
After start some threads in the critique session i decide start my sketchbook.
I hope you like it.
C & C are welcome!
I'll start with some life drawings i did in the animation school.
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October 26th, 2006 #3
Here follows some horse studies and a sabretooth skeleton i did in a museum.
October 26th, 2006 #4
This cheetah was made for animation studies, so i draw just a few key frames, and below a leopard i did at the zoo, they're so lazy...
October 27th, 2006 #5
hello!! very good!! but.... more,more,more lines action, always think line action,very important! see you later! ( que difícil!!)
October 27th, 2006 #6
Good start to your s.b. and your first set of life drawings are great. I agree with Carlos, look for your lines of action and look to pust them so that you get a good sense of motion! Keep posting!
October 27th, 2006 #7
I'm posting now 2 statues i see at art gallery in my city.
Avelino: Thanks master ( hey, he's my art teacher! ), i'll try to do a best work from now, but i'll post a bit old stuff yet.
Silvestri: Yes man, maybe in the next drawings i'll put a better lines, thanks for the comments!
October 27th, 2006 #8
More life drawings
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Ellipses and some simplified 3d forms could help you get the breadths right on areas like the hips and knees. Also, try to describe more with a single line, drawing something without lifting the pen would be a good practice for that. Nice job with the animal studies, those seem to have pretty good construction too. Keep up the anatomy!
November 12th, 2006 #10
Smuli: Thank you for the comments, i really have to practice thousands of life drawing sketches.
November 12th, 2006 #11
Hello all, i'm posting some fan art, i'm a Star Wars fanatic.
So i decided study marker sketches with some Episode 1 concepts.
I don't have a good marker, so i can't control the lines very well. Need to buy a new one.
November 12th, 2006 #12
I have a Sci-fi personal project called Machines ( working title ), but i stoped it for some time to study more about realistic textures and props / vehicle designs.
Here follows a concept art and modeling from the hero, he is without textures, its just a paintover.
The hero's ship in marker sketch.
The robots heads are the villains army concepts, need to do better characters, i'm not satisfied yet.
The stuff was very inspired in Doug Chiang and Feng Zhu art, i love them!
November 12th, 2006 #13
this is just the kick I needed to get me sketchbook out tognite.
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