ohh...waiting for continuation of that william.
Felida: Thank you man, yeah I believe William (who's art work I am studying) learned a lot from studying Michelangelo and acquired certain stylization's from slightly over expressed anatomy and proportions that was apparent in a lot of renaissance artwork.
Artistic elaborations on the ideal figure is what I believe made the Michelangelo, Raphael and the other ninja turtles works more expressive and entertaining, and example of this in a modern setting is wrestlers that have grossly enlarged muscles and cat walk models that are very thin and have elongated legs and necks, I'll try not to carry that over in to my stuff because it just looks like a bad drawing if you do it without knowledge of the base.
Zeus12: Thanks man yeah sure does, and I hope I can earn 5 stars from you in the future
hunchback: Thanks man i'm just studying the great painting though so I can learn from it.
Porg: Yeah I guess I shouldn't be lazy and find references for stuff I don't know how to draw well.
Carnifex: Here you go dude
It was cool meeting you at the workshop, that chinese dinner was really fun! Looking through your sketchbook was really inspiring.
Good to make contact after the workshop, it's already been a while, but there are so many people to catch up with.
aww poor doggie woggie poopie...shit,get off me!
anyway,legs abit stiff (might be useful),but coming along very nicely otherwise. good mood,lighting, and that flying vulture is great as it is already.
wow, thats genuinely nasty, nice work. solid studies too mate, try and keep in mind the volume of the chest, a couple of them, like the last female 3/4 torso, seem to lose that. awesome paintings further up too tho, impressive stuff.
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...99#post2372999 <- sketchbook...
http://woopatworks.blogspot.com/ <- Blog...
brilliant studies man! keep rockin!
great stuff - inspiring and motivating
kicked in the head ...really great studies....awesome, you're developing really well dude, keep at it! dude vjing looks sick fun!
dang!! lots of new work in here! love the studies! this is inspirering as hell - thx for sharing!
Very nice man.
I like the lines in the pencil studies and teh amount certainly doesn't lose quality, which is great. I also love your finished digital images. Great use of colour and light. I say you are about as high as one can get, course you never stop learning. I also love the Vampire piece. Its got a very nice feel to it, something like a renaissance painting set in medieval times. The limbs position and the background/foreground is aweseome. Good job, I am looking forward to more work from you.
Carnifex: Cheers dude, they really do help.
Josef K.: Glad to help
Janos: Wow thank you man, yeah i've still got a lot of work to do, but it's sooo fun doing it.
Moar hands and stuff, these were fun.
hey man, great book, really enjoy it so far. The line quality in the sketches is getting hotter.
Keep on going.