edit 2012/ hello what's up etc
edit 2012/ hello what's up etc
Last edited by Vloth; January 30th, 2012 at 07:42 PM.
Todays sketches, quick ones. I'm trying to work more with colours. Light is boring though, next thing to work on!
Last edited by Vloth; February 8th, 2009 at 03:38 PM.
Life studies from last week. No digital update this time, but it's something!
Last two are still life studies from two or so weeks back, in oil and some acrylic. And my shoes. Now, of to dinner!
Last edited by Vloth; February 7th, 2009 at 07:00 PM.
Updatessss. First two poratraits of friends, first beneath and hour, the other probably 2, because she had such a difficult face (the likeness ain't that good )
I think I'm getting better at skincolours tho. First one I had a monochrome photo as a ref.
Last one's jsut some weird thing.. eh.
I see some improvement in the dynamic on your rendering that looks attractive.
Keep going. I really need to do some of those.
Scetchbook: View the exhibitionist's stuff.
Thanks for commenting zaorr! This thread keeps me updating, hah.
Some stuff from today. Speedpainting of Jonna again. And I also tried to paint a piece from imagination, didn't succeed that well.. but it was fun, I might continue to work on it. But now, sleep!
very nice work you have a certain style ... good work
Thanks Project-I! Didn't know I had a style, but it makes me happy.
Been (or I still am) having a cold this week, but I havn't skipped school untill today. We have grapics week, been to a place where we got the chance to try out how it is to make copper engravings and such. Real fun!
Here's my one very first engraving, followed by studies of various kinds. Some Michelangelo, some Bridgman, atually some arms from Algenpfleger and also random photos.
wilkerson- Thanks for the critique! I shall work on that, and everything else.
Janos- Alright, time to study some more of that then. Thanks for critiques, always needed !
I'm still having this darn cold. But been to the doc today and he gave me some pills and shizzle so I hope I'll be on the track back to normal in no time!
Small update this time, but it's something. A stud from a youtube film and a weird painting from head, the anatomy sucks... critiques are more then welcome!
Traditional update this time. First some oilpaintings I've painted on some wood pieces I found in school this week. As studies mostly. Used my own photos as references. The large image is from my last Egypt trip. I'm going there on sunday too, it'll be soooo nice to get away from this darn cold.
Last, some more engravings, in colour this time!
Thanks Marlisa! Actually I like both traditional and digital. They are so different to work with, it makes it all so fun. heh. But after all, most concept artists work digitally these days, so it's probably because of that.
Some stuff from my fake moleskine. People on the train, some outdoor paintings.. uh. Yeah I were at the natianal museum some days ago so there's some things from that too. And last another quick oilpainting. Jabba jabba. (Bad scans )
I'm leaving for Egypt tonight, so there won't be any updates for a while. Ciao!
lovely sketchbook, great practice!
I must say I love your traditional paintings best right now, partly because I have a lot of respect for people that get messy and use real paints; something I haven't had the confidence to try myself yet. also I think you have more skills there at the moment.
but as every other artists I have seen, their digi stuff gets better and better the more they get used to the tools, so no doubt you will catch up.
all your artist studies look great. using no colour picker is good, when I did my first few artists studies it didn't occur to me to use a colour picker, then I used it for my last painting and well that was the most boring and unfulfilling one I did! so yeah it's good to stay away form that tool!
have you used corel painter x? there are some very nice brushes in the "real bristle" section - I think they would suit you nicely.
anyway nice to see a range of different things - it's the only way to make it interesting and exciting imo!
Hey Alex, thanks for that uplifting comment! It's fun because a year ago I almost hadn't worked traditionally at all. I only drew and painted a little with them watercolours. And now that I've been in artschool for a little more than half a year the traditional media speaks in its own way.
I downloaded the trial for corel painter 11 and yeah, the brushes seems nice. Now I just have to learn the program too, hah. I'll try it out later, thanks for the tips!
So I've been to Egypt and it was really nice to get away from the cold and snow here in Sweden. Here's a small update. The modelstudie is after a Lucien Freud painting, it was so difficult, I gave up a little on it. :/ Watercolours from the trip and last a start on a masterstudy of John Collier that I just started with.
I am loving the style you are starting to get, I also love your pencil studies. your color theory is coming along nicely. the last two digi studies look a little muddy, I see that you are struggling more with the faces... I would suggest doing more studies on them. like just some portraits and what not. but great job on keeping this SB filled up. shows a lot of dedication You will be a great artist in no time if you keep this pace up.
Thanks spaztastic! That made me want to study harder. Headstudies will come, along with a lot of other studies, hopefully.
continued a bit on the study, about an hour and a half of work on it now I think. Got to run to my training now though. salam
Flaskpost- Ja, fler snabba studier, längre tappar jag intresset för.
hehe jo, sant. Fast jag borde nog öva lite mer på att rita ur huvudet utan ref. tack du!
Here are some lifestudies from yesterday for ya'll! third one inclueds the tip of my shoe to show you the size. Between 5 and 15 min (plus one quick digital studie from a magazine)
Last edited by Vloth; March 10th, 2009 at 05:35 PM.