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May 9th, 2007 #1
Vaejoun - Sketchbook +++
finally, I decided to make a sketchthread too.
I wanna try to load up some good pieces.
No more talking, lets start.
For today, just some black and white sketchs and drawings.
Usually made in school when I was bored. ^^
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May 9th, 2007 #3
Hey there are shoes and everything o_o Cool.
As for the Vulcan.. Is there really that much shade left of his nose? There's highlighting smudged _his_ left cheek; maybe you've erased too much?
I like the head studies, I'm sure you're learning a great deal from those.
Be sure to update your sketchbook, and please post some full figures! Looking forward to see more.
May 9th, 2007 #4
Spock was just a first try for drawing faces.
In that case it was more important for me, that you can recognize him Than the 100% correct shading.
Ok, In the last days I painted a face every day and this are the results. I have to say that I am very happy with myself. ^^
Maybe someone knows the woman.
Its my interpretation of Major Kusanagi from "Ghost in the shell".
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Hey man these look good! Faces are hard, im trying to learn them now! nice colors overall too Keep at it!
May 11th, 2007 #6
This time I tried a riugh copy of a work from Linda Bergkvist.
Of course her picture is a lot bigger and better. ^^
But for my case it was a nice training for values and faces.
By the way, has someone some hints an tips how to create the texture of the skin without using the photo-copy-past method ?
May 11th, 2007 #7
And again a new one.
At first I was frustrated, because it didnt look like I wanted it to look, but then I kept on working on it. Step by step it became better. And after some reworks this is what came out. Again a face painting, this time an Arabian, the light is supposed to come from below.
So my new personal rule for painting is:
Keep on it and dont stop when it doesnt look good. Instead look whats wrong and make it better until it looks like you want it.
June 19th, 2007 #8
Hi folks, its been a while.
Today I started painting again and this is what came out.
I made a lot of drawings on figures and faces and now I try to combine it with the mother of all problems (vaelues)
Choosing the correct values is a very tough thing to do, but when you get it it looks more realistic even if the figure is bad or deformed.
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June 20th, 2007 #10
your sense of 3 dimentions with the face is very good. also the shoes and spock rock haha .
would love to see some full body figures and scenery
June 21st, 2007 #11
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Ey man, looks pretty nice, but got some crits though:
In most drawings the faces aint correct, try some anatomy studies of the skull and the muscles on it.
Good start, Loving the rhino! very creative and f-f-fresh.
June 22nd, 2007 #13
youre right, some more studies would be good.
I will try to do some.
Here is what I started yesterday evening and finished today.
this one was really hard to do, and I am still unhappy with the lower part of his body, but I had no photos, nor somebody who could have posed for me. So just dont look at that area. XD
At the end I tested some water color brushes and I like it. Makes the picture a lot fresher and lively.
So the picture:
His royal fatness: