I`m looking on your pictures and feeling arise that you try to work fast. Is it true, or I made mistake?
Business is that when somebody work faster than he can he always tired faster. You should plan your work process and take everything from each stroke. Take fun! ))
aedan9, perhaps you are right. I should invest more time in my drawings sometimes. Quality not Quantity should be the purpose. Thanks for the crit!
Well this one is heavily reffed from a poster from gucci. click
It was fun to do since I usually do everything from imagination. A habit I should stop. So! More pieces from ref from now on.
Wow. Cool updates! I like especially the master study. The envy piece is looking good and the shapes in the last post just made me curious, looks cool though, especially with that typography. You're doing great and you got my support on working with/from reference more. You can never store enough stuffs into your visual library in your head, can you?
Thanks witcrack! You are absolutely correct. I usually find that I have plenty of ideas but can't execute them probably because of a lack in my visual library, which makes me end up with drawing more or less the same constantly. So it is time to work on that!
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Cool updates and nice progress! I especially like that master study from post 68, shame you haven't finished it. I like the way you use solid shapes in your illustrations. Keep up good work
My sketchbook Crits and advice highly encouraged!
in a hurry so I will reply later, but thanks!
nice sketches and studies my friend. keep up the good work
my subconscious does not stop begging my conscious to draw.
hmm does that mean im a slave to my subconscious?
at least it doesnt beg for crack. ha.
witcrack, thanks! I will do more of them.
brambor, I am still working on the master study so expect a update of it soon.
mrd33ds, thanks! I will.
Here are two illustrations I did for the dutch literature magazine Vooys:
Wow! Great sketch book here. I love the drawings where you play with the lines of the figure and the space around them like in post 51. It's a really interesting effect.
It seems like there's something weird happening with your faces. For one thing they all look very similar, and for another they all look off. They are coming across as flat and narrow in the front. Like they're losing the mass from their cheeks, chin, and mouth muscles. If you can, try sitting in a public space like a bus stop, waiting room, or library and drawing quick portraits of some people around you. It's easier to draw people from imagination if you have lots of features under your belt.
You've got a great sense of color. I love the ship painting at the top of the page and the scenes you set up in general.
I'm excited to see the masters studies. Keep posting!
MoKhi thanks, you are absolutely right. I have to work on my faces. I will start with that today.
It is... portrait time
Feel free to crit the hell out of each portrait. It is much appreciated for I am a noob who is willing to learn.