and awesome again.
holy shit, you have some intense sketches! o__O
JesArt: yeah RMCAD acts like I never come around even though I got to life drawing there multiple times a week. And I use mechanical pencil most of the time for drawing. Thanks!
Sickbrush: thanks dude! much appreciated :]
Dana: what up jigga? lol. Thanks buddy, we gotta hit up life drawing at RMCAD on monday!
Metal Fingers: Thanks dood! Yeah I sometimes have trouble placing feet, I am working at it though, thanks for the tip!!
Hideyoshi: Hey thanks! Glad you stopped in to take a look!
Plietz, you certainly didn't get the scholarship for nothing. This stuff is heavy, in a very good way. Enough with the ass kissing. No wait. I really like your solid values and the life you bring in with the light. Creativity and craftsmanship are top notch.
Could you share a few tips about those very loose life drawings? I'd love to get any tips you could share from the wealth of your knowledge. The way you are able to be so loose intrigues the heck out of me
Wes: Thanks dude! Glad you stopped in.
Nickybeats: thank you!
Benjy: thanks much appreciated!
kingkostas: glad you like the lighting, thanks!
Capital G: what up Gerard! thanks for looking dude! Hope all is well. Crazy it's been a year since Dallas?
Dr Popcorn: thanks dude! I usually just use F or HB pencils
Jussi: thanks man, I appreciate the kind words. About the life drawings, I suppose one thing I can say would be to relax when making the drawing, don't sweat the details, and try to be fluid. All the fundamentals still have to be considered too. Honestly, I like to think about life drawing in the same way I think about jiu-jitsu, its all flow, musical as well. Hope that isn't just weird nonsense. :]
Just some sketches for today, I will have paintings next time, I promise
these ones are from photo ref of some rad lizards
and these from imagination
been getting a lot of acupuncture done lately, so thought I would make a creepy acupuncturist lol
Thanks for looking
very nice stuff man your studies have a really nice quality you capture details without having to draw to many lines in i love your rendering of the crazy insect guy from your march 19th post but the one thing is it looses the sense of scale the original sketch had but maybe thats just cause i can no longer see that its takin up two pages
my sb http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=183262&page=3
O phil, loving the acupuncturist, it must not be the most uncomfortable thing in the world judging by the sketch, lol. Ttyl
Look, Iam diet drama, want to spend tha night dont bring pajamas, man there's so much heat beneath clothes, you see me !
JesArt Sketchbook, go have a gander..
Man this sketchbook is sweeet,
I'm loving your concepts! really nice use of pencil.
Posts #9-10 are my fav's keep posting.
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prsnsweeney: thanks, yeah you might be right, I will have to look into the scale change.
Kambei Shimada: thank you very much, glad you like my stuff.
I know I said something about having paintings this time, but, alas, not yet! :] Sorry, just a sketch for now:
Wow I'm in love with your stuff! Really fresh sketches.
Oh man! Those are some friggin' beautiful lizards, Phil! They make me think of caterpillars, butterflies, and desert succulents and cacti.
Any chance of you ever doing some Livestreaming yourself? I'd love to watch you at work.
Wicked, those lizards are very cool. Hey thanks for your answer about life drawing. It does make sense and comes very handy for a person like me who is too afraid to embrace mistakes in this art thing. I'll take a leap. Thanks Phil.
Wow! Love your creature designs, they are fantastic - they really feel like they could have been drawn from life. Great work.
Outstanding pencil work as always Phil!!
Absolutely love your approach to creature design, so foreign yet so familiar.. Reminds me a lot of the work of Matthew Barrett, very similar method that clearly stems from careful observation of real-world creatures.
Cannot wait for more!!!