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Hello everyone, I'm from China. Practice makes perfect, that's what I usually believed. Any person could be a master, if he works hard.
At the same time, I think I should learn from all of you, and communicate with each other. Maybe this is the best way to grow up.
These are something I painted since last year. I love painting environment very much, and now improving my characters is also my aim.
Finally, commending and criticizing are both welcomed!
Hope you like it~
Last edited by Gardener; January 7th, 2008 at 12:22 AM.
OMG thats amazing.
Very good paintingis.
I very like massive things.
Yea and i noticed that the sky in most of paintings is blurred and not very well blended.
I'd very like to know ur opinion about my sketches.
I'd be honored if u check my SB sometime.
Good idea! I like the work that it is very ambitious, I feel very good! Refueling ah, brother!
The ships are the best. Try and get the same feeling, composition and rendering in the others with it. You got it down in the massive one that reads Legend as well. Great stuff, sir.
thank you my friends~
by the way, i don't know how to use Thank to the aimed one. who can give me a favor? thank you~
and these are some stuffs i did too, perhapes a little old. some of them are done when i just bought the wacom product...
hope you like it~
Last edited by Gardener; January 6th, 2008 at 08:00 AM.
Some pen and pencil works. These were done when I was still studing in school. I majoyed in Landscape Architecture Design. So i need to work more hard to improve myself.
I think I will never send my old word from today.
Last edited by Gardener; January 6th, 2008 at 11:02 AM.
To me you sure seem to know what you are doing. How you do it amazes me because environmental seems to be my biggest fear. Your very creative and colorful as well. Very nice.
Are you living in the matrix or do you think all of this is real? For me, well I am pretty dang sure it is the matrix. beings.
zaimless Thank you, my friend~
Today's practice for character.
careful on your proportions, your legs have been looking too short in a lot of those.
Overally, lots of cool stuff though.
Oh, thank you very much! In fact, some short legs are from a perspective photo. I do not have very good skills to express them. So you finally find that they are with short legs.
anyway, thankyou and please take more advises~
Dude!As I say:you will draw over your life!keep taking hard on the art!
you will find your way!
living like cartoon ,money like water!
Wow... that last batch of environment and landscape drawings are phenomenal... wow wow wow... proves you have the skill and talent to take your Wacom practices further and to greater things!!
And.. wtf... is that Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell!?
when i finish this practice, i find that it's very funny!
CUBICcube:thank you. sometimes i also draw it to messy.
DoctorPencil:thanks~. our teacher take us to Anhui, and there we find so many old architectures~ that's also good for us~
Matsign:thank you very much. you are right, chinese are getting more and more western. hope the culture will last forever~
IanE:thank you! hope we could both grow up to masters~ yeah~ it's T-bag!haha~
banhatin:thank you dude!
perhaps we should practice everyday~
please forgive me for updating such boring practices~
Wow, nice sketchbook This one I thought was especially lovely... and your figure drawings are lookin' pretty sweet, too...
Show us more of your work, please!
Look, see! Nifty art! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=99803
Hey! Check out my blog here
a personal work with some steps. though it's really rough, i still hope this will be helpful for some of you by the way, i don't know how to draw a face... it's truly a bad news for me. i need to crack it!
hope you all like it~
hey man very nice book, i am a big fan of the traditional media environments in post 7. one thing that is nagging about your digital work though is that so many elements seem to be competing for attention, you may want to experiment with creating points of interest in the paintings by having focus areas with higher contrast and not using the same value range and saturation throughout the entire composition. keep it up man.
AmontilladoAg: Thank you guy~ that one is painted from a photo just a color practice~
invinciblewombat: thank you indeed. your suggestion is very useful for me. In fact, I've been realizing this shortcoming of mine for a long time, and I am always trying to slove this problem. thank you again~ i need to pay more attention to it.
I'm from Shanghai too ~ ahem... anyways.
I like all of your work so far. Your environments are well composed with interesting color themes and combinations. Your figure study looks like it's going great too. MayI give a little suggestion? Perhaps more dynamic torso (mid section) movements in the future? I am looking forward to see more of your works.
Great sketchbook, for sure your work is pretty cool! Please, keep showing it.
I consider it a challenge before the whole human race, and I ain't gonna lose.
just learn how to draw faces~
Diginova: thank you for your advice~ hoho. maybe we could get together some day~
lalovergel: thank you guy~
dadushin: well,, pencil work is also my weaker,haha~ thankyou, i will improve my portraits~ that's what i do these days~
Very nice updates. I like the face, it shows the delicate relationship between the tones. Thanks for taking my advice. Keep up the good work.
Well, I've immigrated to North America couple years ago. Can't wait to go back to shanghai in the summer. I still love that place. >>.