so, after a couple years just watching awesome artists daily doodles/masterpieces i tought it was time to make a sketchbook here..
i hope this will help me to draw more frequently and give me more motivation, as i tend to think i'm doing things wrong sometimes.. like i shouldn't be trying to paint super heroes on photoshop when i don't even know how to draw faces or whatever.. so i'd love to receive critics and tips from you guys!
well, enough with rambling
here is my first batch, some stuff from the end of 2009
Last edited by NinoCencini; April 17th, 2011 at 02:32 AM.
The only critique I have is the last image in your first post, she seems to be cross eyed, not sure if that was intended though. Otherwise I have no complaints. This last image is really nice :] Great SB so far Keep it comin'!
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hey thanks yor.. i really appreciate it.. (:
more pagesssss.. i think i'm going to slow down with these random sketches and start to study anatomy more often.. and maybe some posemaniacs?
i'd love to what you think and whats your process because i'm feeling a little lost here \o/
ooh very nice work in here... the ubiquitous moleskin drew me in haha. i'm loving what i'm seeing and looking forward to more. there's already progress in the few updates you've made so i won't critique anything, it looks like you're on the right track.
Hey man, nothing to say that hasn't been said in ways of critique, just keep up the awesome work man!
hey thanks guys!!
and Benjy, i'm glad you like that.. i like that one too (although she is a little cross-eyed).. and btw, i took a look at your blog and there are some nice tips there!! specially that "Lighting tips from the masters" post..
so, here are some posemaniacs.. it was a little hard to it in 30 seconds, so i tried 60 sec yesterday and did some 45sec poses today
sup fellas.. some posemaniacs to warm up and watching other sketchbooks here i thought it would be a good idea to study bridgeman.. and apparently people think that gottfried bammes is the shit so i probably will try to find his book in the next couple days..
just before i go to bed.. 2 dudes i did for fun.. just to try a cool brush that i've found in the internets
both from imagination.. actually i had lots of fun doing the scooter dood, might finish him sometime
and another thing, how the fuck do you write between 2 attached images?
edit: nevermind, just figured it out
Last edited by NinoCencini; August 18th, 2010 at 04:08 AM.
Muito bom os estudos, gostei principalmente dos estudos de mãos e do motociclista. Por sinal é algo que eu preciso pegar mais pesado... Minhas mãos são mto ruins. D:
Não tenho mto mais o que dizer além de... ESTUDE MAIS. Hehe, é o que tenho feito e apesar de cansar tem horas, até que notei alguns resultados, além do que, se é o que queremos seguir não tem outro caminho, né cara.
É isso ai, boa sorte pra nós e continue postando e visitando meu sketchbook... Também dei subscribe no seu aqui! Vlw!
hey everyone, how are ya?
i've been messing with some 3d stuff the last few months, so i completely forgot to update this thread.. anyways, i'll try to keep it alive now with some doodles and studies..
some digital stuff mixed from a couple months ago and recent ones
a couple more digital studies.. the girl is from a picture by citrusfrukt: http://citrusfrukt.deviantart.com/#/d3170y1
i messed up the hair, so i tried to fix and turns it got worse.. haha D:
color is hard to deal with apparently.. lol
and this one is from life.. trying to follow the path of the big artists here.. actually i had lots of fun doing this one.. im gonna do more later
more sketchbook pagesss.. these are my favorites from the last couple months..
the pretty girl on the left was based on this photo: http://the1stgrape-stock.deviantart.com/#/d3bc8y0
on the right i was trying my hand at typography but i kinda gave up in the middle haha, it was supposed to say 'the dice was loaded from the start'.. you know, dire straits..
Last edited by NinoCencini; March 11th, 2011 at 10:58 PM.
Holy crap, you're awesome!
Amateur Artist. Professional Asshole.
Lookit the Pretty!
Rule #1 of depicting soldiers: KEEP THE DAMN FINGER OFF THE DAMN TRIGGER.
Hi...You seem to have a really good grasp with portraits. Love your moleskine pages, I'm a sucker for those books. Keep up with the anatomy
Your Freddy and Jason made me smile, they're cute....but shouldn't be. Nice work.