oh wow...you have really solid study going on here. good works!! can't wait to see more stuff!
you certainly lost yourself in that last one, are you doing it with reff? look at it more closely and work in stages. the line seems fine now the color i think you are jumping a few steps in that area, dang i wish i knew how to paint landscapes or anything! so i could help you either way work hard man!
lionheartGFX - Nawww dude, its fine. That's just me messing around trying to decide how I was going to approach the painting since it's a little trickier at that viewing angle.
razz - Thanks man!
Sketchdump + still life + process GIF.
Awesome sketchbook. You are mastering figure constructions its great and I love the trees.
aw man this thread is hardcore,I have nothing to say but to suck on the sweet nipples of inspiration.
Whirly - Thanks man! Always been a fan of construction over contour personally. Although I probably should look into making better contours over construction though.
Kevin - thank you
razz - Metals are very fun, and actually one of the less stressful materials for me anyways. Glass and soft surface stuff give me way more trouble >.>
GrayPersona - mmmmmm nipples... whose nipples?
Quick trip down memory lane to look at some little thumbnails that are totally awful. Then a head in block form from ref.
well this is some badass sketchbook. Very inspiring and very encouraging.
And I have no words for this. http://heyyeyaaeyaaaeyaeyaa.com/
Wonderful sketchbook. Hugely impressed by the sheer volume of excellent work. Really really like your machines.
We are remembered only by what we leave behind.
Girlwiththehat - Thank you! I'll continue trying to keep this update pace going.
Waipunga - Thank you! Anddd here's some more machine stuff today actually haha.
AdrienneRose - Thank you!
Here's today's update, linework exercises and cylinder insanity. I know the res is not high enough really to view what all is going on, but it's pretty boring up close. Also, robots and stuff that didn't get finished and never will be since the design wasn't good.
This is a great sketchbook! It’s always inspiring to see someone working so hard and you’ve definitely improved a lot since the beginning. I especially like your still-life’s
that last still life is just fantastic and its interesting to see your approach to learning anatomy,very cool and inspiring,keep updating please.
that last still life nice one buddy!
To hell with circumstances; I create opportunities.
Wow! that still life....amazing work.
the island seems like it will look good. the way you construct things..it's crazy. shows how you understand 3d in such a high level
SophieW - thank yew
GrayPersona - thanks! I liked doing those diagrams, they helped a lot. They were a bit of a shortcut I'd say, if that makes sense. If you know the skeleton and its proportions, then you can just lay down muscles.
NyeAlexandaFrayne - thanks!
Chompi'n - Haha yeah thanks man! Sometimes I feel like I take the construction a little overboard sometimes, but it's all worth it.
Okay so here's part two of the old stuff dump, and by old stuff I mean about 1 month or less old. Being in Community College leaves me with a lot of time to pump out studies, and while it sucks and is basically high-school 2.0, it's better than being in a Uni or 20+ hour week job.
So after this little-big dump, then it'll be just the latest.
Awesome sketchbook, love to see someone working their ass off! Very inspirational
art is never finished, only abandoned~Leonardo da Vinci