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September 3rd, 2007 #196
armando thx SOOO MUCH!!! and i turned out great, thx so much for the advice. ;_;
OldNoobie thxs a lot matte haha a ballerina undeed, i never saw it until u show me, i never had a clue when i was drawing it ^^; cheers matte
Nistarn thx a lot friend my evolution is also due to yours. u2 keep updating, im enjoying a lot your progress.
well some creatures.. i saw some drawing of monster and got inspired, those articulated, human-creatures likes ^^
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Hi there Call0ps!
Imaginational stuff, awesome seeing that. I'm doing more of that myself and it is starting to become a great fun. I must say the hand drawings look very good, a few lines and everything's there. Are the gestures refed? Those posted before the hands studies. Define the ribcage better, the back looks too straight. Oh hell, just read that someone has pointed this out for you. But that just proves I'm right, haha.
Beware of those ballerinas in the clouds! Though it looks good I must say, as if you painted her there on purpose. But watch out for that stuff when you don't wish it to be there.
September 16th, 2007 #198
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September 22nd, 2007 #201
hey callops dude sorry ii take so long to reply! you are going great man, i can see you learning and growing rapidly, your pencil technique is really well developed. id like to see you take some sketches further or maybe develop some in painter?
i think you know what to do to progress so all i can do is offer my support.
keep pushing dude you're gonna go far
September 25th, 2007 #202
razz hi matte, thx a lot for the support, yeah they are refered, i start like doing refered stuff then i go from head. and yes i was precisely thinking about that, i guess was luck on the ballerina, next time i need to watch out myself ^^;
James_Wolf thx so MUCH! i love your art, specially the rendering, just soo beautiful and inspiring ^^ your words gave me strength to draw just right now
WhiteC how u doing matte? thx for your kind words ^^
Diphallia lol! i think i could use that as well thx for the support
Don-key thx matte! hmmm.. guess is my next step, to develop more my drawings, give them color etc..., unfornnutly i dont know hot to progress ^^; i just keep drawing, thx a lot for your kind words, now im on fire to draw!!!!
well im not drawing as much i would liked to these few days, excuses are lamme i know, theres always time, oh well that ainda completly true unless i dont sleep of course ... hmmm.. gotta think about that! anyway i start to feel bad about it and i just drew simple and fast stuff just to keep this threat alive .. oh btw good news in my pity life i entered on college, yeaahhh! now i can draw in classes since its art college, one step for my dream as artist , anyway..
need to work more in values and such ...
October 5th, 2007 #203
The contrast really is low in the speedpaint. When working with values only it helped me to have a gradient from white to black, so that I could pick the value I need and use the whole scale, not just the middle greys. I guess that's a problem most of us have to deal with. It does make the painting look flat, so look out for that.
In the drawing proportions are a bit messy and his back looks too straight. The head looks nice by itself though.
October 8th, 2007 #204
hey razz, thx a lot with the advice, yeah the proportions are stil a problem to me, as well as everything else xD, always good to hear your critics, straight and honest, love it
another value exercise thinking about what razz said, altogh the proportions still arent as good ... gotta draw more
October 8th, 2007 #205
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October 9th, 2007 #206
Yo Call0ps, looking good dude! and about values.. while razz has an interesting point about using the whole range, you can also easily make realistic forms with limited range. The trick is to make sure all forms go through same value change.. well i am just repeating what's in loomis books actually.. hehe.. but yeah, the whole range does it a nice contrast but doesn't mean limited range can't do similar either. suppose I also use the whole range too..heh
and few things I notice is lack of shadows... that really adds so much more..
keep going dude!
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there´s a great talent in this sketchpages i can see from the start. lovely SB!
and Armandos suggestion is maybe one of the best advices ever given in this forum. 4 real. keep it postin!
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