I agree with Marian. The still life and the black lady is what caught my attention in this post. Also I like the head with the green background. All very impressive indeed. I'm painting a still life myself right now, so I can appreciate the effort it takes to make it as good looking as you did. Where I paint the lighting condition suck with fluorescent light coming from every direction. Is it really that dark and baroque in your studio? It looks like the scene is lit up with candlelight almost.
I have Henry Yans life drawing book sitting proudly on my shelf, and I agree that life drawing totally reminds me of his wonderful talent. I've been following this thread for a while, you're an inspiration and the improvement you've made is fantastic. Looking forward to seeing more
Very nice armour and helicopters, good range. My favourite is the horse armour, something very cool about horses in armour. Also cute robot, but he comes across as a little sad, maybe it's because he has such short arms?
Wow! Great! More of the studies of master art and nature, please! Your lines of the tree and especialy the wooden stuff of the shipwrecks were very helpful for my understanding! Thanks for sharing! Keep on posting pencil pages, but post them please as independent JPGs in a higher resolution here instead of groups of pictures in one JPG!
Marian Thank you!! I actually saw a few pine trees worth drawing not far from here, whens your birthday? x) Sad short arm me might give you something =p
That's very kind I am a child of the summer born June 9th. If you are too busy perhaps you can just draw me a quick map to the pine tree and I'll try to draw my own.....hehehehe I don't think I can match your level though, but we all have to start somewhere.
Last edited by Marian Rowling; February 11th, 2014 at 04:55 PM.
Maledict haha indeed we did sir! more in life than in art though, in my case anyway =p
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Look in the mirror at your face. Your audio canal is horizontal with the flares of your nose. Unless a person is staring into the sky, the bottom of the ear lobes will not be horizontal with the mouth. Nothing wrong with sticking your fingers in your ears, and feeling the relationship of your own face.