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February 22nd, 2007 #27
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February 23rd, 2007 #29
This one I really like the concept, and I definitely want to finish it like a piece of art, it will take me alot of practice and learning but I think it will be worth it.
It's called "Hanging Cliff Waterfall".
Please give me your input.
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February 23rd, 2007 #30
great variation. i think w many of your pencil work you may want to vary the leads u use. a lot of detail seems to get lost w those soft leads. i think your compositions are really good id just like to see more detail in them. i really like the high contrast black/white thumbnails u have. u should experiment more with your mid ranges though. anyway good to see u all over the board. keep it up.
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February 23rd, 2007 #31
kawakaze, I was using for most of the sketches 8B lead, I switched to 3B because I felt they were too dirty, and you are right but I never noticed, some of the sketches here were done with 2H and I really liked all the detail I could have with it (I stopped because it took me a long time drawing), now you open my eyes, I should combine them, maybe start the overall with quick wide strokes(2B) and then detail it with HB & 2H. Thanks for your kind words about my compositions, I will try to add more detail, although I have been trying to learn how to draw faster, but now I am comfortable with trying to add more detail, and definetily I am going to start playing with tones, I think I am going to practice with some figure drawing from Loomis, everybody seems to agree that the best way to learn to draw and to understand tones, volumes & lighting is by drawing the figure, I am going to give it a try.
Thanks alot for stopping by and your advice.
February 23rd, 2007 #32
-Third sketch was the first one with some changes and it was my first attempt to use my Wacom tablet, and, yes, I am not proud of the Ford Explorer parked on the sketch, I shall fix it when I can draw better with the Wacom.
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February 23rd, 2007 #33
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February 26th, 2007 #34
mentler, thanks alot for the 5 bones, I'm honored, specially after seen the great work most people awarded with 5 bones from you, I don't think I deserve them yet, but I will deserve them for sure in the future. Thanks again.
Here are some sketches I did yesterday, trying to understand values from the human figure (loomis & other books), and another environment sketch just for fun, will work on it alot more.
Thanks for watching.
Last edited by robmorfin; February 26th, 2007 at 02:55 PM.
February 28th, 2007 #35
Another concept, I finished it with prismacolr & markers, the perspective of the building is off in relation with the perspective of the site, I will try to fix it in the future.
February 28th, 2007 #36
Same concept finished with the wacom in Peinter using the burn tool, reducing the burning intensity so it would paint and not burn, I didn't know how to use Photoshop back then (less then now), neither painter, that's why I did it with this ackward painting method, but now that I think about it it doesn't look bad, maybe I'll try mixing that method later on, also, the shadow on the right side of the van is wrong, that's a side that should be illuminated.
March 3rd, 2007 #37
Updated sketch for EOW#47 "Rapunzel Tower", I updated it and adapted it more to the original story from the Brother's Grimm, one tower, woods, no doors, only one window, the princess hair, the prince and also i painted it, I'm starting to really enjoy using the Wacom.
March 3rd, 2007 #38
You're really belting out those perspective drawing liketheres no 2mrrw!, and improving massively to boot, keep going and you'll strike prime oil skill wise!
Why do u stick your nose in other families business'. Come on dude don't u have any HOBBIES?
My sketchbook beckons, ave a look see?
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March 5th, 2007 #39
Thanks alot for your comments, I will keep practicing and learning as much as possible and hopefully soon I can strike prime oil skill.
Here is another small sketch, the perspective is a little bit off, I'll fix it later.