Time for a update in my sketchbook.
Haven't had time to draw as i wish.
This is a sketch from today's boring english lesson. And i survived it.
Quick skull studie from book.
what an improvement
The latest ink sutff is probaly my favorites.
Try to do some life drwaings, try go to a nude drawing class. will teach you alot about construction, seeing proportions etc
We gotta fix a meeting soon, sorry that you couldn´t come last time.
Föresten hur gammal är du?
Thanks, I'm trying to draw more from life, it's hard to get the disciplin do get away from all the stuff your used to draw. But i'm working on it. And I'm pretty mad about not having a nude drawing class to go to I could really need one.
I'm up for a meeting any time, it would be great, and there's loads of swedish ppl here to
like'n how your playin with anatomy, very cool.
A lovely thing to see:
through the paper window's hole,
-Yoshi Mikami Issa
Blog for Art
there nice imaginative creations.....i definetely think that your INK pics are your strongest work.
Funny how your inked stuff looks very direct and pushed in contrast to the pencils where the lines are rather nervous and uncertain. With me it's the other way around.
The inked stuff feels alot like tattoo motifs to me. Perhaps you should try to simplify the shading though. Larger areas of black and less texture. That lizard thing rocks btw!
I'm up for a meet anytime as long as it's in Stockholm.
I really dig those digital inks...at least i'm pretty sure that's what they are.. and the muscle dude that was your 2nd to last or 3rd to last post is pretty accurate...
keep at it man...
Prophet: Nice seeing you droping by
carnalizer: I fell as happy everytime you leave a line in my sketchbook.
Maybe you got a point when it comes to my lines. I've never thought of it before.
Glad for you crit on my inking, never had an idea how to ink correctly. Hope someone will teach me someday.
I hope we can meet up some day.
Shatterdome: Nope they're not digital. I'm honoured you thought so
You got some real nice stuff here, some of the designs accually look much like H.R. Gigers early designs with his "We are the atomic children" excibit (i think it was named that anyway) =)
And theres really nice to see some variety in the designs to, real great!
Keep up the nice work m8, och glöm inte noddy kl 7 på vardags mornar på femman
Thanks Gridur, I take that as a compliment I think I have to ceck that out.
Önskar att jag visste vad du menade Har tyvärr inte femman.glöm inte noddy kl 7 på vardags mornar på femman
Here is a few quick head drawings from reff.
I'm ashamed of myself, I should post more often
Them arm studies looks real good, need to check up on that bridgman that you talk about =) I only have a Hogarth and a Tom Flint anatomy and figure books, need to extend my book collection i think!
Anyways, keep up the good work!
Heya pencilator, thanks for all the useful crits on my sketchs. Just firgured i'd swing by and see what you were up to in your sketchbook. I'm loving those colored pictures you did, very cool interesting style. I also love your ink work. Looks really nice. Your anatomy studies are really nice as well. My only crit would be that i would like to see you stress some darker values in your pencil works.
Fellah: Thanks! I'm trying to be as lazy as I can, but it's hard sometimes, I'm to tired.
Soultek: Hey! I love your work, thanks for posting in my sketchbook.
I'm kinda happy with the coloured pics, it was funny experementing with them.
I always start with the sketching aand then it ddrys out and don't draw more on the pics :/
Them new sketches looks nice!
I really like the shadeing on the face sketch, looks like he's a little bit dryed out though, but maybe the ref. guy is =)
I see that you are workin them anatomy studies to, im doing the same thing, but my scanner is a little offline at the moment so i cant post my stuff, will do as fast as i get it started again...
Anyway, keep them sketches comin'!
Gridur: Hey man, thanks as always
The ref pic was of a middleage man so yes, he looked a little dry
Here are some sketches from my bus trip to the swedish military service thingy to see if I have what it takes to do military service.
And thought they I didn't, but hey I'm just as happy More time for drawing
I was trying to work on proportions, but it was a skumpi ride in the bus :/
Well, the outcome of a cold might be good sometimes =) this one is really cool, I like the overall anatomy, and especially the arms, the only thing thats seams off is the shoulder, but thats maybe because he have a armour of some kind? or is he little bit of a reptilian humanoid? anyway, even thought the anatomy is of on some places it still fits in in the whole picture in a really good way =) so its all good in the end anyway!
Hey man, looking good!
The last painterface looked really good, nice colours. Tho the black background didn't fit that well I think.
Anyway, the last figure was good, tho the head seemed a bit small, even if was ment to be that way, or how to pu it.
Great progress keep em' commin'!
Thanks Tigermjölk, always a pleasure
I agree on the black background, good you said it. And you got a point with the head, I never stop doing them to small. That's the way of life, and it's my jobb changing it
Last edited by P E N Ricklund; May 2nd, 2005 at 03:50 PM.
nice shading in the last one, tho I'm having trouble understanding what it is
I really like some things about the ink-one (wuth the zombie). His head is way off (no head and his forehead is too short). It might be some error by the one who sew(sp?) him together . I think the flowers look great!
As for your anatomy I think you should check "Anatomy for the Artist" by Barcsay (hungarian). It helps me alot! And we all need anatomy practice
Hoppas vi ses i stockholm senare!
Ha det bra // MorteM