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hello there, I start this thread to have an other good reason to work my drawing skills after work. I hope i'll be able to post regulary.
Here is the first contribution, some sketches done in painter,
for the animals i've corrected them by using some reference.
Last edited by Pepitolo; October 23rd, 2009 at 03:41 AM.
That monkey is very good! But I think there's something wrong about your hyena. Maybe it's a bit blurry. Keep posting, you have a good talent!
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here is a study ofone of the biggest master ( according to me) Sargent that i haven't finish, but it's late and i need to go to sleep.
thks for comment, the hyena is a little bit more in a carton style, it's maybe why it was difficult for me to finished it.
Last edited by Pepitolo; August 12th, 2009 at 08:24 PM.
B-man: thanks for comments, I like monkeys too, so let's go for more monkeys
dierat: thanks, if i work again on the post4 i'll try to do something on the foreground hand...you're right, there's a bad lisibility
sketching monkeys again (and kinkajou)
and an old study of a part of Debat-ponsan work: "massage au hammam"
Dude, this is awesome! Sweet animal studies. And paintings were great too Sorry, no crits from me this time.
some nice heads and character studies! love the african woman ( ?) painting! Chupacabra has some good feedback to consider! keep up the good work!
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Very good pencil & line work.
The two previous comments by my esteemed colleagues are a little bit vague to me: I think that the drawings all function well as exploratory sketches; that's where you get to experiment and be as imperfect as you like, as long as you're figuring out what needs figuring out.
As a "working, but professionally submitted" concept, maybe some quick value editing in Pshop could define the Sept 2nd "tusked creature" a bit in terms of volume and readability. If that were the case.
However, the dogs and your married freinds drawing are as dead-on as I could imagine. Same with the child & tree, and lizard. The others just look like things quickly noted, which is all they're trying to be.
And...I'm crazy about that Hyena!
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Great animal studies... I really like your style
Chupacabra, kevinwueste, rusko-berger and Elophant:thx guys for your comment, i'll try to keep them in mind for my futur works.there's some amazing works in your E-sketchbooks
hope you'll like these new stuff
The human figure drawing session has started again this week, here are sample, poses about 10 mn:
and some other sketches
all the comments are always welcome,
hey dude, really good stuff, pencils and computer stuff.
Looking good, the greyhounds are great. Keep it up!
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