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Last edited by tastenkasten; June 9th, 2013 at 03:31 PM.
Some life drawings and some studies
Last edited by tastenkasten; March 27th, 2012 at 03:19 PM.
Beautiful studies and a health amount of hard work! please keep it up!
Really, really nice rendering here. I'll keep an eye on this tread!
Thank's for the nice comments guys! Realy appreciate it!
Did a lot of hand and arm studies, but still its not in my head. Got to draw them more from imagination as well.
Doodling and some wooden manicans from head.
Still trying to find a methode to get accurate proporions
Last edited by tastenkasten; April 4th, 2012 at 12:01 PM.
ridiculous skills man. the heads on paper three are so great!
hey Axelga thanks for the nice comment (more than a yeahr later... thought i reply when i have somthing new... time went by and holy shit time goes by fast am telling ya....)
aha! Im back! bigger better stronger! arr not realy...
but i did some drawing and want to start posting regularly from now on <-(commitment right there)
so here is some new stuff
hmm lets see if i can figure aout how to post again
Last edited by tastenkasten; June 9th, 2013 at 01:51 PM.
Last edited by tastenkasten; June 9th, 2013 at 02:10 PM.
That's what I'm talking about! Welcome back
Thanks for the warm welcome Axelga
It's good to be back!
Here a sketsch and a wip for the CHOW
A new sketch for the Chowow.
And on with the CHOW i changed the light. Now I like the previous one more but I'm going to stick with the dark one anyways.
Plus a little swamp thumb.
When I scroll through my thread I realize how static my stuff is. Next thing I do will definitely be about dynamic.
Composition and enviroments, or at least some sort of background is also a thing i have to get into.
Daniel Chavez is crazy!!! Definitely influenced me a->LOT! Also still trying to find my own ways so hopfully one day it'll be all me.
CHOW again.. a doodle and a skelington.
This ... is awesome. I see the Daniel Chavez here too. More!
I really gotta learn my pencil shading, because it's so cool.
Here's my Chow entry and some scribbles just to make the post look bigger
The idea for the chow character was that he is somewhat elongated but it endet up looking very odd.
I exaggerated it with liquify and now I like it better I think the format also works against the idea of him looking tall..
Really really amazing work, your lines can be bold but soft at the same time , hard stuff to " mix " and furthermore so much detailed, so much texture you did Wich make your work unique .
About your digital work , you can play with opacity to make a fluid render. But love your colors
Great great can wait to see your future work too.
I'm glad you like my stuff Laurelineparis and thanks a lot for your input!
I am struggling lots with rendereing it takes me way to long and doesn't come out as I would like it to be.. still trying to find an efficient way to render... it tends to look unfinished. It should defenetly be more fluent. I'll try to focus more on that.
Here are some gesture drawings I'll do much more from now on. I hope that will help to make my figures more dynamic and its a lot of fun doing them
and some thumbs and a space marine guy
woah, man, cool work!! You've got flair~ love all of it, digi and pencil.
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