Hahaha, sry i forgot to say that the glass is a life drawing.
I wish my obersational skills would improve more. But i think this is just training
Thank for your comment!
Nice environments! I want more!!!
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Yeah, thank you olivepalm!
Actually i'm concentrating on chars. But soon environments again
A few nude drawings. I think i have to do more of these sketches. They help me a lot i think.
Greetings, silwynar! :=)
Hello hello, love the digital paintings and them eye studies are amazing!
Keep working on facial anatomy though, sometimes your features are low on the skul, if you get my meaning, Loomis is very good if you want to learn how to put down features on the face.
Keep up the good work though!
Nice figure studies, It's a good thing starting with pencils. Drop a look at Bridgman's books, they helped me out a lot.
Hey, thank you for your comment! I already got Loomis, but actually i'm doing "Gottfried Bammes - Die Gestalt des Menschen", which is an excellent anatomy book in german!
Hey, thank you! Yes, i love pencil :> Bridgman is great, but hard imo. I told Naidy that im using Bammes actually. The progess is going to be great i think...
New pictures soon, i don't think all posemaniacs are worth to get scanned
Hey Silwyar, it's nice to know that you have the will to improve on such early age!
I think you have a good point on your still-life, I especially like the rubber and glass drawing. Keep going on your figure drawing too!
And yeah... Bridgman is hard for me too. But somehow I found many different opinion, like Dsmith who really do well with Bridgman (just like Creusa). I still think about just following which one you feel the best, though...
P.S: Uwf... I couldn't understand Gottfried because it's in german. Any tips to help?
I had a time where i hadn't any motivation to draw anything!
But know i think i'm right back... with new Power!
Just started a bit with acrylic. The first two acrylics are ooooold, but the other ones are "new".
Here they are!
1: A sketchbook page. I don't know why but i like it
2-3: Some gesture training
4-5: Some pencil work. First one was a speedy and last one a environment without refs!
6-10: Acrylic work! I like it!
11: Did some anatomy out of "clay"
Critiques or comments are welcome as ever
Hey there!Awesome work,I love your digitals the most!The colours are just perfect,keep it up!
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I feel like your lines are all uniformly heavy, which can make things look a bit stiff sometimes.
Keep it up!
Fine sketches mate! The only thing I didn't like is your line, it feels kinda wooden. The solid outline doesn't always seem to work. Other than that, great going!
Don't bother looking at my sketchbook. I haven't updated that thing in years. :/
wow, very impressive!
@Darkstrokes: Thank you! I'm doing my best!
So here comes my update.
I got a very bad day
The complete day i had pein in my stomach ;_;
I hope tomorrow will be better... Have to draw MORE!
First Drawing are a few faces. I don't like them. Completely off proportions. Have to train these damn proportions...
The upper bodies are better i think.
Need to do also more anatomy to understand what is under the skin...
Last edited by Lukas Esch; July 16th, 2012 at 07:19 PM.
good progress so far!
i like the acrylics there the most! head structure/proportions of figures need a bit work although on the last post the skull and punk girl are spot on, perhaps its a thing with perspective view?
edit: heh, missed the second page
well, hope the pain is gone by now.
top left and bottom right portraits are pretty good, the perspective ones are still screwed, better/more guidelines perhaps?
the lines for the torso's are good but the rendering is rather rough and vague.
Last edited by equilerex; September 15th, 2010 at 08:40 AM.
Bwaahh, i hadn't much time to draw and paint today! =(
I had to learn for a school test and my pein in my stomach wasn't really better at all ._.
But hey, i got a new display for my pc! 22" Acer what do i know thing!
Looks great so far.
The result: I can do digital paintings again :>
So here's the only thing from today. A smaaaaaall color study to get into digital painting again
Taraaam, time for a update after watching people rescuing a burning house in my street, haha! Action in a Kuh-Muh-Village!
Anyway, my mum says this isn't funny but... my dad and i had to grin
Today, started a digital portrait from a picture. But i placed the ref a lot of times on it, thats because the proportions are that right ^^'
And a copy of a picture:
Here's the link to the pic:
The Picture *hit me!*
And 2 Scribbles after Loomis.
Acrylicссссссс *__* You do have the predisposition for that.
Here's a very helpfull link http://www.itchy-animation.co.uk/light.htm it will tell you 'bout the light, shadows, reflexes etc. I'm studying it right now and I should admit I had to do it earlier XD
Congrats on your purchase btw.
@shambok: You're welcome!
Just an update more. Again i think this isn't enough for getting fast better. Have to do still more. DRAW OR DIE! is the only thing i can say here.
Started training a bit proportions of the head and a few eyes. Not enough, graar!
Comments are always welcome. Also non critique for motivartion
nice stuffs keep up the studies
I'm happy with my work today although i had to help my dad for the half day and went buying some things
Did a lot of nose studies.
A few just from reference, then a few studies and them some nose studies from mirror.. Model: Myself! YEAH!
After that some relaxing with drawing boxes with google sketchup.
Comments, motvation kicks, butt kicking, or anything else is welcome!