I see progress. Keep drawing and don't skimp on the anatomy studies. I also suggest that you really study the line work of artists you admire and ask yourself why their lines look so good. Refine, refine.
AustenFM - Thanks - I still want to finish that WWI scene...yea, I haven't worked on my own stuff for some time, again...but I'm back at it again, and I hope to make it last this time. In fact, this year, I have decided to not take on any freelance work anymore, because it prevents me from getting around to my own work. I have little free time after work. Traveler - thanks - that's a question I always ask myself
OK - here's the finished sketch that I want to do a sculpture of...
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I am too really glad that it opened a chance to take a peek in your both SB and SCULP page! I recently found out about how hard it is to make such progress like yours in SCULPT making! IT is remarkable! You have both skills of good learner and a great imagination! You have a sense of objects... I will explain what this means in my point of view - you have the ability to draw one object from various angles and you hardly make mistakes when doing it. Althought your style maybe mistaken for someone's who works in WALT DISNEY or PIXAR (which is awesome because there are the pros) I like your sense of color, volume and proportion!
Remarkable! I am so pleased that I recieved a word from you in my SB! It is honor for me! - G
P.S. - I am mad with rage when looking at some unfinished pieces and meanwhile hoping with great bliss that I will see more from you! Hopefully!
jiina - hmmm...thanks...I think I'm gonna take that as a hint to work harder! Tawnos - thanks for looking
Wow - I havent posted here for some time - I've been busy with some looooooong projects.
Anyhoo - Here's a little personal interest photo study of Han Ching-Tan ... perhaps one or two people will have heard of him.