Congrats justin! i look forward to seeing more exciting works from you!
Hey justin, its been a while since i was in here, your stuff is looking really good at the moment, youve got a reaally cool style working out with the graphic elements in it (i can see the David Levy in it ).
Just posting to say congrats really and thanks, i came on here by an off chance, read about your internship at spacetime and now getting into art centre, id be hardpushed to say im not a little jealous. If it wasnt so expensive id have been trying to get there too.
The thanks come from the inspiration this little trip gave me, i read your blog post about being an intern, very insightful stuff.
All the best at art centre dude and keep this shit going, ill be back.
Maybe ill start a new sketchbook and get some stuff going, drop me a line dude.
woaah, I'm poring over your pages here. awesomeawesomeawesome stuff, and I'm learning things through looking through all this. I really like the bounced light in the picture of the cups
I do like your colours, but it feels like (I can't quite qord myself here, erk) you're sort of scratching at the surface of a mood you want to portray but can't quite get at. needs some more depth! I do apologise for being tremendously vague (I understand there's sometimes summat infuriating abouts vague crits. like wise old women plot devices: "wait, what? you want me to go a quest? timmy's stuck down a well, you say? B-BUT WHHH- NO WAIT, DON'T GO")
keeeeeep on rolling
What an overwhelming lesson to all artists! Be not afraid of absurdity; do not shrink from the fantastic. Within a dilemma, choose the most unheard-of, the most dangerous, solution. Be brave, be brave! - Isak Dinesen
I like seeing the process of your improvement overtime. Its so HUGE! Big props!
haha, snap, you sure've been gone a long time! i saw this thing pop up in my subscriptions and thought for a moment "justin,justin...who's justin again?"
nice pic, could maybe use one more taller tree on the left side of the picture.
one can easily tell that there's more confidence behind these pics than back in the day. beautiful lighting situation there.
not enough time to make this one work, will have to return sometime when schoolwork isn't stacking up...
below that is a head from imagination trying to see how much I learned- personally, I feel like even with just these three poopy copies, I learned a really great amount about using subdued values.
Last edited by Justin.; March 21st, 2011 at 02:40 PM.
i'd say in terms of likeness the first of these last three portraits comes closest.
i find it funny with this last one that it looks as if you changed the perspective so he looks more directly at the "camera".
Good to see you are back to posting, I've been following your blog for a long while now.
Hope you are well.
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Word, good to see you back man! Been following the work on your blog for a while, there's some really great stuff on there. I love seeing what you guys are up to at art center. Looking forward to the challenge of improving alongside guys like you.
nice! perhaps throw in some more atmospheric fade on the right mountain, and play around a bit more with the cold/warm of the lights and shadows. like an orange glow at the edge of light and shadow, and possibly some more blue sky-reflect-light in the shadows.