2007 - 2010...
Old stuff in the front, new stuff in the back.
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Nice start! I especially like the 4th piece.
Great penwork on the last 2, keep it up.
Hi, and welcome to Ca. Interesting things you have here, I'm really enjoying the bleeding mouth, the first sketch, and the portrait with the bald guy. Also like the last image, looks firmillar to something. Great stuff keep posting.
heres a new "stone"....
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and some color....
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I love your inking ! Very cool smooth style , spiderkid's gonna give me nightmares! I especially like your "stones" . Very nice , perhaps your a fan of graffiti art?
Whoa! Lotta updates, man, nice. I really like the spider-kid, when I saw the new thumbnail next to the thread I was already thinking retro. I like your first PS piece, the skin texture is cool. Do you use references for those ink portraits?
Great work, keep it coming!
That sky done on PS? It looks good, especially for just 20 mins!
Great work man I love those aluminum cans in your first post.
When you're drawing hands, it's best to sketch out a gesture with basic shapes before you go in and refine the form & details, otherwise they'll end up looking out of proportion and stiff. Also, be careful when you're hatching. The direction/weight of your hatching makes a big impact on the depth of your image
That's all dewd. Keep up the good work!
so, heres a new one
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Hey stone, nice updates since I last visited. Really like the pen/tree thing very cool little concept. The last painting turned out very nice, it almost looks like watercolors especially in the cloud regions. Also great your doing the studies as well, keep pushing with those.
Hey stone, really good drawings... keep it up...
I like the second to last one (I saw the ref you used afterwards, the added hair makes it look kinda seal-like, or like a character from the Grinch movie). Cool stuff. ^_^
good stuff going on in here, think there should be more comments!
really nice sb so far... keep it up...
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Great work with the 3d model. Maybe post the ref if you can... As for freehanding without refs, practice is pretty much the best you can do. Life studies would probably help too, get you used to not having a static ref to work off of.
Maybe try redoing those last reference sketches without the reference in front of you; get them in your head, stick them as well as you can, and just try and recreate them from your mind. Add to them, even. It might help with your freehand stuff.
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hab mich jetzt auch mal hier angemeldet und mir deine Sachen mal in Ruhe angeguckt und da sind auf jedenfall schonmal gute Sachen dabei. Vor allem die Landschaften sind geil geworden.
Das Problem mit den Gesichtern zeichnen und so... Ich würd mir jedenfalls immer die Struktur von Knochen und Muskeln unter der haut vorstellen und darafu dann sozusagen das Gesicht legen. Die kann man sich notfalls auch recht schnell mit einpaar Hilfslinien einzeichnen. Und ansonsten einfach versuchen zur Übung halt alle paar Tage mal einpaar (10 - 20) verschiedene Gesichter auf ein Blatt zu zeichnen... das hat mir jedenfalls geholfen. ^^
öhhmm ja.. auf englisch schreib ich das jetzt nicht nochmal alles auf... -.-
Great progress with the heads! The first looks especially good, though his neck seems a bit thick to me. I love the twisted hand. I'd say your last pic the ear is where you went wrong...from that angle it should have a more laid back look, unless it's sticking out, in which case the other one would be visible as well. It just gives it an awkward look. Great work so far, keep it up!
Looking good so far... I guess anatomy studies always get usefull. ^^
Sketchbook up and alive!!!
nah that's fine, it's your's now. Just take whatever is in your mind and let it go, so that we can see it.
keep it up!
"I do not judge, I only chronicle"... sargent
I love how you use lots of shape and sizes. There very expressive. I also love the way you drew the skye and such. Great job.
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