some perspective studies from today, both underlaid and freehand[embarassing ikr]
and a thing i did for some guy, never done anything like it before x:
see you guys tomorrow
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This may be weird to say, but in all your gestures, the thighs are awesome. Great stuff as always
I just worked my way through all 90 of your pages. While my eyes are bleeding, I have to say how much I have enjoyed your progression - especially your life drawing in the last few pages. Awesome. You may have mentioned and I missed it - but what are your long term goals? Disney? Concept? Whatever you choose; looks like you are going to be awesome.
i actually thought i'd drop back in here to say that i haven't done ANY drawing in like two weeks and it feels fucking good
i did remember something i made last term though that i realized i haven't shared yet so here's the thing i made, the photos were taken literally the moment i threw my hands up and called it done a month ago:
i've actually been doing a lot of knitting lately, it's very meditative and satisfying to do[MAKING CLOTHES OUT OF A PIECE OF STRING HOW COOL IS THAT], and also provides an opportunity to design useful and beautiful things, which is also appealing to me. When I find a camera i'll show what i've been making maybe!
A la bapsi, you're getting awesome!
YES.i'm down. wanna go to a figure workshop? o_o
and alsooo, i just saw this: http://massiveblack.com/workshopsf/
i am making plans to go, but its like $375 unless you have a party of 5+, then its like $85/person. sooo ya know, if you know anybody thats interested....
pm or text me
*edit* oopsies, misread the info. they have the "early bird special" until june 30 which is $375 and after that it jumps to $500. the group deal thing is $425 but it turns out that that is per person instead of a group ticket :/
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-- Yeah it looks cool
Phwoar! The lines on all your gesture and figure studies are great C:
Long time no see...
The #2683 sketches are really close to what the eye needs to see when you look at a very lively scene, with lots of movement.
You developing is interesting through the last pages.
I'd focus more on the lines. Try to draw with less tension, as about the outlines at least, so you could make the outcome more dynamic with lost of different kinds of lines.
It's also good to see that you are dealing with various materials and project without loosing your focus.
My Sketchbook ---> http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...42#post3225942
dang dude you have really worked, and as a side note i knitt too and i find it relaxing as hell all i know how to do is hats but im starting to get creative haha!
in the drawing aspect youre just awesome man, keep it up and dont stop posting i love to see what you are up to !
Taking it slow?
That is QUITE an update. Very impressive Bapsi!
Keep that up and you'll be doing costume design before too much longer.
That last image is awesome.