I'm twenty year old college student studying psychology and a little bit of art. I'm interested in creativity as a psychological process... what conditions are conducive to creativity, how to measure creativity, what people consider creative in artwork, and the motivation behind creativity.
Last edited by Shobunkin; July 4th, 2007 at 12:01 PM.
The orange gold fish and butterfly remind me of old japenese prints. I like seeing that you work in various mediums. Your abstract deisgn is very good too...lots of movement and life to it. It looks like it took a while to create... =)
Ah traditional pastels! a pretty rare sight... pretty nice, i like your fish drawings, you should draw some more heads...i would suggest andrew loomis's heads and hands book! nice start to your sketchbook... keep it up!!!
loosen up a bit.. try some speed stuff. your fish focus on line.. try taking line away. try taking shape away and focus on light.
with the musculature, look at what they are showing for now, don't think about what they are teaching til you get a bit better.
The fish are great, I love it when you do them in watercolor!
Look into preportions when drawing faces. Get one or use your anatomy book to get preportion and sizes right. Try some simple shading and practice sketching some faces, with different expressions and at different angles.
Your talented but can get more skilled, so keep up the good work!
Thanks for the SB comment, Shobunkin. Nice fishes. I'd like to see more anatomy studies though. Also, some of your forms could show volume a little better ... you have a good eye for design (form and color) but its a little flat.