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February 27th, 2007 #1Registered User
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberFebruary 28th, 2007 #2
interesting lines u have looped warrior keep going...and a question...r u a designer perhaps?
February 28th, 2007 #3
Very sculptural and an interesting technique. Quill nibs and tech pens for the figure drawings?
I'm thinking of doing more i.d. style of sketching and rendering myself.
February 28th, 2007 #4
March 1st, 2007 #5
you have a very techtonik style - this kinda lines work so good with neutrals grey and cold tones colours in general (try a cold contrasted monochrome)
lookin forward to see more of u
March 1st, 2007 #6
Interesting style... When you master it it's gonna be very impressive. Keep it up!
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March 2nd, 2007 #7
U got a real stylized rendering technique there mate, love it, im all for individuality, taking heed of the ol figure and hand studies eh? hands are a friggin nightmare lemme tell u, but but keep on with them.
1 thing u cud try is finding a method of drawing hands on the fly and blocking them out the same way u wud a figure or a face, this does require some study of hand bones and muscles, but will help immensely if u wish to be able to draw them more fluently.
Hope that helps, i be watching this one!
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March 2nd, 2007 #8
Yeah...I have lot of architectural friends who's kinda does it the same way..
It's pretty but I don't know how to do it because of a different training.
I could just marvel on what they could come up with...
March 2nd, 2007 #9
April 1st, 2007 #10Registered User
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hey, thanks for stopping by.
i see youre a fan of using lines to block in shadow areas. thats not a bad thing at all, but it would be nice to see you try other methods. try curving your lines to bring more volume to your forms- as if you were wrapping the lines around the 3d figures. show some more charcoal drawings and more digitals! color those funny creatures you have! ^_^
April 1st, 2007 #11
Hey, thanks for stopping by! Love what you've got here. I love your style of rendering. It really conveys the mass of the forms nicely. Great figure studies, and I especially love the blue craft in post #14. Can't wait to see more!
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April 22nd, 2007 #13
Cool stuff man.
Specially like shoe and watch.
Those are very designlike, if you wanted to try sth. more artsy, I would advise to loosen up. Like with swooshy, dynamic lines with a variety of width and weight. Also you might want to set a focus of what there is in an image that is of the greatest interest to you. Like face or hands or sth.
For sb who's going in the direktion of design, these are great .
Could try doing some more with negative space for example though.