I just fall in love with your Frankenstein's Bridge. What a fantastic pic, man.
I enjoyed a lot your studies... specially the last 3 drawings, please, keep updating it
hiiiiiiiiii sir u do well actuchely i want to know about shape,wait ,fom, propotion how should in deeply study
hey, i should have asked this in the last post but i had a few questions for you.
1. What size paper are most of these (all of them)?
2. What kind of charcoal, more specifically, soft or hard? Multiple?
3. How long have you been drawing?
Once again, you work is so inspiring, i actually tried more of your style today in class, with no avail.
erik are u mainly using chacoal pencils? or are the middle values layed down with willow or vine charcoal? really great drawings. very informative. would love to watch a demo of urs sometime...thank u
ur superb master
Awesome figure drawings and amazing vehicle pencils! Thanks for sharing and keep on posting this high end artwork (like the vehicles)!
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To answer some of the questions that were asked above- For materials on the charcoal drawings the easiest answer is here
Last edited by E.M.GIST; July 4th, 2010 at 10:57 PM.
Great figures and heads and paintings Erik! Thank you for posting!
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wow amazing and inspiring i love the outdoor sketches on page 6 wow
Thank you so much for sharing! I love the Gluteus Medius shown and the Sartorius - Just beautiful and clearly illustrated.
i am a big fan of your works mr erik
Amazing works, really.
prsnsweeney-Thanks, those are fun, I have been trying to do more.
Hope- Thanks, that is very flattering coming from you
monsi- here ya go
inspectorsokar-Thanks, that is always nice to hear
gist ,excellent work, i still think that by working on white paper you loose the chance to separate your lights and darks in a more design and clear manner,I also think that the shadow side should feel more like smoke with softer transitions so ,you can clearly define the forms...heres' a masterful example of what i mean, by Giulio Romano
Awesome! Thanks for posting updates! Keep on posting!
Hi Erik just wanted to let you know how grateful I am that you have found the time to post all these drawings. I haven't been drawing for long so your breakdown drawings showing the simple forms are a big help to me; and your longer drawings and paintings are truly inspiring. Many thanks.
I absolutely love your hatching. I've always been drawn to that style, and the two full leg studies are just inspiring.
stellar stuff man - phenomenal control of your medium. do you ever put highlights in with chalk or white conte, or is it only ever just rubbing out to reveal the white paper?
I've been following your thread for some time, and just love all of the work you post! Thanks for sharing all of this great work!
Really dig those crisp edges on the anatomy studies, look like ink washes.
My mind and eyes were blown to pieces. I can't see anymore. I'll draw eyes closed from now, my hand led by this unspeakable force surrounding all things. Thank you for giving me inspiration.
Absolutely stunning work! Keep them coming