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Yep, I try to visit sketchbooks again, I'm subscribed too many and I'm always in Critique Center instead of drawing
I hope you will have some time to update in the near future (and I don't know what happened with the pictures that hadn't shown ), I'm always ready to see some more nice sketches or anything else from you.
Good luck at the Uni as well (I was a Uni student as well but I was a lazy programmer )
I'm trying to be a little more consistant with posting, so here I am again
Thank you Invalid user, I'm really hoping I have the time to post more.
And thank you too Shinin, i'm glad you dropped by again ^^
Here's a watercolour of my younger sister I had some fun with, a4 size.
tonnes of beautiful work, cant wait to see what you do next,
i love your... the feeling behind it all; accross different techniques, . some hits and some misses but its really fresh,
these i thought were partic good, but there were loads i stopped on,
and i liked this
"Watercolours are always fun to play with, remember to play with them, they arn't scary, it doesn't need to be perfect lol."
i am your fan, keep it going
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Lovely watercolor painting A few well chosen strokes building up an arm, I wish I could do that I only touched watercolor 2 times not counting the times I was a kid... But I don't let it flow and do what it wants despite the fact it's why I like watercolor... I need a more playful approach I guess.
Thank you Velocity Kendall, it really is appricated that you stopped by I strongly feel that way about watercolours, even still. I probably wrote that sometime ago
Hey Shinin ^^ You really should play with some watercolours I started out by just placing a few chosen splotches of colour here and there throughout my first moleskine. You learn to manipulate the paint over time, I still struggle with it immensely at times. I was out two days ago, and forgot the cold affects how watercolours dry... I was really bummed out because I had this nice landscape that I just had to colse the book on... The paint wouldn't dry >< It was so frustrating
Haven't had alot of time lately to do much drawing at all due to Uni. Must say i've missed it terribly. Here are some 2-3 quick studies done at a medieval fayre today while I was there for the whole 25 minutes -_- I'm on holidays shortly, so I will be able to post more soon.
Here's a small update. The first is a collograph plate I haven't printed on yet, but it's so pretty I had to take a decent scan. Second is a wren drypoint for a series, and the third is one of the nicer pages of scribble from my sketchbook. I'll be uploading alot more over the next few weeks - I have 6 weeks off from Uni thank goodness
I really like the stuff in here! Beautiful lines
Would be good to see an update though! BTW, did i meet you at the NZ workshop a few years ago?
Hey Ama It's been a while! I get to posting every now and again, but not as often as I should lol.
Thanks Max I've actually never been overseas before, I'm going for the first time in a few weeks. It wouldn't have been me lol. I'll try to be a littl more consistant with my posting
More watercolour and pen stuff.
A1 size drawing done for my memory project for Uni. I really like how it turned out, as I only use based references for the shapes in the image. Alot of it was done off the top of my head, and I'm really proud of that lol. Anyhow, Arange of HB-5B lead pencils, and around 45 hours work.
Pose was drawn from an image by Matt Archambault.
Wow!really nice stuff here!Specially the last update, it's so inspiring
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Solid stuff as usual! *love the moleskin work too! Keep up the posts!
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Been on a bit of a drawing binge since Uni is over for the year. I've been working mainly to improve my digital stuff, so hopefully we'll see more of that. A few sketches, A Skyrim fanart and the final piece is an illustration I've been working on for the past few days of a friend's fiction writing.