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** January 18th 2009 ** - New stuff at the end of page 2
New Book. Old one is here http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...ighlight=ksama
Hands and feet homework for Drawing Class
Last edited by Kman.; January 18th, 2009 at 03:43 PM.
incredible hands man, thanks for sharing.
that digital creature thing is awesome
Sup K. Some advice mate for your last piece, it suffers from some contrast issues, the values could be pushed a bit to make the character stand out. I think the abs are also overly defined and a little oddly shaped, little niggles here and there. The piece could also be presented possibly in a more interesting angle, a 3/4 perhaps? The shading has a nice feel to it though, very delicate touch. Keep practicing mate, you'll get a hang of it.
Nice drawing. It kind of lacks a focal point though. It's obvious that the character in the foreground is probably the focal point, but the lighting doesn't do much to draw the eye to him.
nice drawings! your shading is really good! keep it coming! post some more!!!!
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This.Originally Posted by SepulvertureNice drawing. It kind of lacks a focal point though. It's obvious that the character in the foreground is probably the focal point, but the lighting doesn't do much to draw the eye to him.
Focal points can be established through the use of contrast (eg: black to white). Right now the parts that stick out are the clouds and my eye is drawn to them initially because the edges of the white clouds meet a very dark black. Pushing the values to create more contrast on the characters will bring them further into focus.
Your hand and feet studies are also quite good, keep them coming. You should also do still-lifes if you're into that, grab any object that interests you and set it on an area with good lighting and draw away.
Yo. Cool stuff you have here but you definitely need to add more contrast to your pieces to really pop out the form!
Hey Ksama. I was embarrassed to see that I haven't yet replied to your new sketchbook, seeing that you're still a regular in mine.
I'm really digging your work and your process is great. Painting might still look a little forced, but really nice strokes when drawing digitally (last post), and some rock-solid pencils. Love your femmes!
Cheers, see ya in either one's sketchbook.