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Hi everyone my names Cole, I'm 17 years old and in my senior year of highschool. I've been lurking here for a few years now, finally manned up and got the nerve to start a topic.
I've been drawing since I was very young, its really my passion and I want to get better, and get a job in art!
The first one is a portrait I did last year, I also threw in two sketchbook pages of mine, and a picture of a women i think from a loomis book.
The last 3 are ones I did this weekend, inked and then water colored all from my head.
And the last ones a pastel I did about the same time as the portrait of the old man.
Here are two more inks that will be painted and a anatomy study.
Oh and sorry I'm using a digital camera atm...my scanner died on me a while ago.
Here are those two painted, and a few more from my sketchbook.
And sorry I'm using a digital camera...which isn't the greatest apparently.
Here are two more I did yesterday, and a portrait and hand study's I did a little while ago. And I changed my camera settings so its better now
Hey man, nice to see someone the same age around here (but you're a grade ahead). I see some nice work and I think your hands are your best, but your work is kinda outliney. Try working less with line and more on tone. And let's see some anatomy studies! Keep it up dude
nice ideas, but you need broader range of subject matter like environment to characters and so on
Need more shadows, observation sketches always are a pro in my book
keep drawing everyday and write down any thing that goes through your head
it helps the flow of ideas as u progress in skill and age
Eddieee: Hey man, thanks for stopping by. 17 too that's cool, yeah I do more line stuff in my work on here so far, those hands were all for contours because I might have put them on another paper and make a collage. I did some more studies since I do need to do that more!
teddy007kong: Thanks for the tips man, yeah I'll keep drawing everyday! got to get better some how!
So here is some studies, and a quick 10min ink and color and a finished ink/watercolor of that hand one.
great work, work hard with passion and you will be places in no time
i'd like to see you push your values a lot more dont worry about the line so much and get in with some charcoal
keep it up !
"Poor is the pupil who does not surpass his master
Hey everyone, sorry I haven't posted in a few days..had to get battery's for my camera, took a while
Ok anyway here is some new ones, and my first acrylic.
Ok here is some new ones
A few sketches and some little inks. Also a big watercolor of some vans shoes, and a few acrylic tests and 3 pages I put together of the paper I keep under my keyboard when I'm on the computer I doodle.
That lion and those shoes are dope.
Very good work, I like the portrait in post 4, it's very well done and excellently detailed. Keep up the good work!
Thanks Erica Johnson
Icedearth: Glad you like it, and thanks a lot
Last edited by Inkomi; January 27th, 2010 at 11:54 PM.
Here is some more sketches, and another ink & water.
wicked ! i think some long still life sessions would be really usefull (simple is always better, it gives you a bit more room for learning about your medium/light/situation )
keep up the hard work
looking forward to more !
"Poor is the pupil who does not surpass his master
Haven't posted in a long time, I graduated high school and am now going to the Academy of art, in SF for Illustration. I'm also 19 now as of April!
I took my first Figure drawing class 2 semesters ago, and took another of the semester that just ended. Along with many other art classes.
First a charcoal Portrait I did for a final in my first semester. Some 2-5minute figure drawings.
Here is a atmospheric I did, then I shaded it in markers and changed the values around in Photoshop.
Then here is a Pelvis study from a photo, in charcoal..and a anatomy leg study.
And 2 figure drawings, of the back 5min each.
That's a great amount of improvement your sb is looking good, keep it up!
"It felt good to have a purpose, a dream, and to follow it. I never told them I didn't know the way."
The long, hard road out of suck AKA My Sketchbook
@Kerrimonster: thanks mate glad you think so.
Another leg study, also a comic page I did. And some more Figure drawings 2 long poses 60-80minutes, and 1 20min.
Here is just a few sketchbook pages of mine, from a little earlier this summer.
Here are some more of my sketchbook pages,
Here are 3 recent ones.
Here's another doodle, and my first 2 attempts at digital painting.
Also messed around a little in alchemy. Each one was suppose to represent a word, like Painful. Strength, and Mystical.
Also a color muted painting for my color and design class, Cool green Height lights to Warm red shadows.