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October 7th, 2011 #92
I definitely see improvement so far in your sketchbook. Keep working heard !
BTW, cute birdies in the last post.
Critiques on my work always welcome!!
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Woot! page 4!
vayne108: thanks! Glad you see improvements. I will keep working hard, and like yourself, never give up on doing what you love!
October 7th, 2011 #94Critiques on my work always welcome!!
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October 19th, 2011 #95
Not much I'm afraid, couple of sketches, reffed from pics over at portrait-photos.org - great study material I think. Have a look.
Still in the endgame of rebuilding the living room (its going to be great, but man, so much dust that painting is out of the question). Anway, till next time!
October 27th, 2011 #96
small update; hopefully bigger one soon...
reffed from random photos.org
October 27th, 2011 #97
The girl on the top right of the first image sort of looks like Billie Piper. These are looking good
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October 27th, 2011 #98
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November 21st, 2011 #99
@trisscar thanks! I don´t know Billy Piper, but hey.
@Satupeikko thanks, and I will!
Rebuilding the house (or more accurately, the living room) proves to be quite time consuming. Ah well, nearly done.
And FINALLY I´ve found some time to do some sketching. I´m hopelessly behind on schedule so I will go full speed ahead starting NOW.
Some sketches, practicing people and graphite, lazy ones I´m afraid.
Some fat dragon (for COW challenge maybe, see challenges topic on top of the main forum!) and a dinosaur in zombieland. Fiddling with inks.
Happy drawing everyone.
Last edited by Harmageddon; November 21st, 2011 at 02:17 PM.
November 24th, 2011 #100
A few more sketches.
crybaby is reffed, the others just random scribbles.
November 24th, 2011 #101
Some more sketches... starting to pick up the pace again
and some for today..
... gave up on the iron man, because composition wise his right foot didn't fit on the page anymore..
started a new one though, with a little more thought before the start of the drawing.
Hopefully analytical brain power will solve these issues
Last edited by Harmageddon; November 25th, 2011 at 06:13 AM. Reason: moar pictures
December 1st, 2011 #102
Ok, so rebuilding the living room is finally finished!!
Very happy with the result, an inspiring, less chaotic room, for now
I have to get this drawing/painting thing in overdrive... a very close friend of mine has written a book that will get published and he asked me to make a cover for it. I will, and hopefully it helps to sell the book.
Another friend asked me if I could build a portfolio for a game studio, apparently he has got them all psyched up about my work. Holy crap, that would be awesome, but I'm not nearly good enough I'm afraid. Ah well, gotta build a portfolio and hope for the best.
On top of that, I want to finish seven or eight paintings I've got hanging around since before this whole rebuilding the house thing started and I seriousl.y need to build a website. Busybusy busy! But in a good way.
Here's some stuff that has been lying around, or current sketches.
All WIPs. Some sketches (still fighting with iron man, damnit!), some paintings in progress. iron man and woman reffed, the others not.
Until next time!
December 1st, 2011 #103
Small update, been fiddling around with a few older sketches and some ecoline I got from a friend...I like the experiment so far, let's see where it takes me.
Oh and an update on darth maul from 2 posts back. Plan to take it to the color stage.
Meh, the pictures taken with my phone tend to get blurrier when there's no more daylight. Sorry for that.
NB: update: put a sharper picture of the tree up, and update on zombie/dinosaur thing, now adding acrylics to the mix! This is fun!
(although composition wise etc, I have already given up on the thing, I'll take it to the next level just for fun and practice).
And sketch of 300 dude. Some others are on their way.
Last edited by Harmageddon; December 2nd, 2011 at 11:14 AM.
December 4th, 2011 #104
working on a darth maul painting, in acrylics and oils, for fun and practice.
I got some of the proportions wrong, but it looks reasonable.
The biggest faul is with the length/width of the entire face. . I gave him a slimmer face. I dunno why though.
Does anyone have a tip on how to get proportions right?
I know of using a grid, measuring more.. as I do find I'm rather lazy when it comes to measuring, using grids and whatnot, maybe that is holding me back? Is there any other way?
I want it to improve, for now the only way I know how, is to practice more.
So, back to the drawing board!