Hello, I finally decided to make a sketchbook. I've been looking around this site for a really long time (years) and it's really inspirational. I just thought it would be an extra motivation to start a sketchbook. I don't really know where this will lead to.
Last edited by Phade01; February 3rd, 2011 at 03:46 PM.
2011 edit: placed all of the early crappy shit here to make room for a thumbnail in the first post!
Allright, some stuff ive been drawing today & yesterday. Ive also been doing tons of 30 second figure drawings on posemaniacs.com but unfortunately i dont have easy acces to a scanner yet.
First one is from imagination, second and tirth from observation.
Last edited by Phade01; February 3rd, 2011 at 03:55 PM.
Allright, here's some of the posemaniacs stuff.
Here's some stuff from yesterday:
here's more from the last few days, some posemaniacs 30 & 10 sec drawings, and some sketches i did on the train.
you are very talented! i love the design of your characters cheers
Cheers/ your friend PMB
"Painting my brain with memories of the future"
Pencil and brush is my choice of weapons!
Your figuring drawing and hand practice is beautiful! I love the line quality that you've developed. Now I'd like to see more traditional media instead of the usual pencil. Throwing some markers in there, inks, watercolors, anything like that would be fabulous. And seeing as how you've already got a great line quality, using permanent inks will look so good.
Anyways, I'll try and stop by from time to time. Have a great day.
Hey, Thanks for the reply!
Thanks! I will definitely try some of that, Ive recently bought traditional media so you will be seeing more of that in the near future!
here is an apple study, and some bridgman stuff
Big update. More hand practice, some from life others from imagination. Ive also been working alot on Bridgmans Constructive Anatomy.
Nutella: thanks for the comment! im planning to do that book from start to finish
Here a little Enviroment im not too happy about, i really need to practice those more!
Little speedy from today
This latest environment is much better than you think, although I would like just a little better clarity in it. I've never worked with landscapes so that's another thing that I have no merit to comment on...
This latest painting reminds me of Alien. Great lighting, color scheme.
Oh and I started a Bridgeman book thanks to you!
Hello, here a some crappy sketchbook pages. The last few portraits are drain from some magazines.
It has been said, but I say it again: you have great line quality! Keep at it, you'll be great!
My sketchbook contains cartoon studies and Pokémon.
Nutella Thanks! Really awsome you started bridgman!
Jasper Flick Thanks!
Update, first few are from magazine ref, the rest is Bridgman
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Here's an enviroment study ive done today:
Nice studies. Keep practicing the faces. That's something I should do also.
The mountains look great! I find your lineless digital art interesting.
Arbinn, Thanks man! youve got some nice stuff in your sketchbook aswell
Lightning/color study of some rocks:
Here's a african mask study from life:
Man you really nailed that last one! Really good improvement! Keep it up!
Please stop by my sketchbook!
Tought it would be a good idea to join some conceptart.org activity's, here's my progress on C.O.W. topic: Zombie Dinosaur:
Teapo: Thanks alot! im not planning on stopping those study's anytime
Here's another update on the zombie dinosaur:
study from today from characterdesigns.com:
Landscape study from today, i really feel i need to practice those a lot more, and my (first!) submission for C.O.W. :
SP from life:
spend about 3,5 hours on this one, in the beginning, i just couldn't get the proportions right, now it is ok-ish i guess(when looking longer than 1 minute i start seeing the crappiness). Maybe i need to do some facial proportion study's
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Here are some skull study's, the first 2 are from loomis, for the rest i tried to draw the skulls from other angles using the same method.
Here's a robot: