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May 6th, 2008 #91
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Good sketches keep at them i also need to do some more life drawings.
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May 7th, 2008 #93
thanks for stopping by in my sketchbook what can i say... your Rubens study is really great! i'm learning from your pencil drawings Keep posting
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May 11th, 2008 #94
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May 13th, 2008 #95
Omerta- Thank you. Life drawing is key.
Monna- Thanks, I'm very glad to hear that. I learn from you as well
Jabo- Thanks. Hopefully, you'll see improvement in here.
Here's something a little different-- to me anyway. I'm currently working on illustrations of the digestive system of an octopus for a friend of mine, and he gave me the okay to post. All in all I'm happy with the pencils, but I believe my inexperience with ink is evident. The inks are done on vellum. All reference was gathered from photos (my own and my friend's) and we also performed a dissection. Included are the beak, buccal mass(kind of a poor representation), posterior salivary glands, stomach, caecum, digestive gland(liver) and intestine, ending at the anus which empties into the funnel organ. This would probably be easier if I were smarter.
May 14th, 2008 #96
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May 20th, 2008 #98
cool stuff man
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May 21st, 2008 #99
Nice anatomy studies. The amount of details is impressive. And all the drawings are so clean! How do you do that? When Im drawing there are always hundreds of incorrect lines...
Cool shading and light on that blue pastel portait.----------------------------------
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May 28th, 2008 #100
DARAF- Thank you!
nasheer- Thanks! Regarding the cleanliness of the studies- It's just me trying to be like Sarah Simblet
Just a quick update; I hope to have more up by this weekend.
May 28th, 2008 #101
Really liking the last one. Your work is soo clean and detailed, wow. The pastel of the girl and that painting with the fishes are awesome too.
Very Nice Sketchbook you got here :] Cant wait to see more!
Oh and if you got any spare time and could stop by my sketchbook, Id apreciate that alot.
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May 29th, 2008 #102
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May 31st, 2008 #103
May 31st, 2008 #104
I suppose I should put some color in here, while I'm at it.
I plan to change the face on this one-
I was thinking of Gears of War when I started this, although I didn't reference anything (I really should). I have just begun to tighten his chest area, but I plan to change much of the rest before finalizing it.
This is the crop of an octopus, viewed from the left. The lifted posterior salivary gland reveals a tube that deposits poison into the esophagus. Attachment 381216
Crits and comments welcome as always.
June 5th, 2008 #105
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