nice sb! a lot of work in here, especially like the skulls! keep it up!
kind of I have to think more about my workflow to learn faster and paint more in less time... so thats my "beta-test" for this "chekclist"
A quick Gesturstudy... hate it but.. love learning
I did a Masterstudy of a cA member.. Johannes Voß aka. Algenpfleger... check him out.. just stunning artwork..
I don't understand it complete (yet), but next update is near by ;D
Last edited by JiR; July 2nd, 2012 at 03:37 PM.
Hey JiR, thanks for stopping by my sketchbook!
It's good to see you putting so much effort into your studies, loved the skulls
on the first page, i thought they were a 3D render at first glance!
Just wondering, do you do any traditional work? Many people on these forums
suggest it for when learning the fundamentals as it's much easier and quicker
than digital, and I have to agree with them. A stack of paper and some pencils
is all you really need! Keep it up though, your making some nice progress.
/ Sketchbook /
hi folks, todays upload is a summery of my experience with one point perspectives so fare.. did a lot of block practices maybe 20 each day in my analog sketchbook. and I will do even more onwards ;D
at first i was studying "Seedling' s Thread"
but after some time I got picture in my head, which was screaming to be painted
I like your way of learning, it's something like personal challenge? maybe. You should stay in grayscale and focus only on one thing. I think you will learn more. You can try rotation of studies (for example 5 updates of head, 5 updates of body...) I miss some pencils too. Keep it up!
You do do a lot of work don't you? (hahahah doodoo)
Thanks for your comment, I can't give any advice 'cause I'm no expert but just keep working hard Also I agree with others, I'd love to see some traditional work ;P
This is a really inspirational sketchbook, you have such a natural understanding of forms. I'm loving all the tiny details too.
*gives white chocolate chip cookie* (:
Update for calender week 31
Value-,Color- and Shape study
@Soapy & blu01:
(dodododoo ;D) even if you are not an expert I am glade you are here to watch anyone who love art and wanna improve it.
and yes I will upload an traditional sketchbook of mine but as a youtube video (I am kind of lazy to scan every page in, you know ;D)
thanks man for looking through (maybe) a second time
I will sure do a lot more perspective work
*eat white chocolate chip cooke * I am going to do more detail in the future (means spend more time each one artwork) I will also watch your environment and landscape art ;D
Last edited by JiR; August 5th, 2012 at 03:04 AM.
Nice studies! Great way of putting yourself through a process to get progress.
I'd drop the time limits on your goal setting. I think it's more important to do it right in the beginning then doing it fast. The fast part will come when you familiar yourself with your subjects and way you want to draw something.
Keep setting your goals and study your ass off
Awesome studies man. I really like the organization you have going. Does it ever feel more like homework than just drawing? (Not that studies are'nt homework in a sense.)
Hello and hope u have funny at studying a new update 32CW
I was listening to "Hiroyuki Sawano" the genius who made almost every song for the best anime I watched so fare (Guilty Crown) and (Ao no Exorcist)
Alchemy try out
getting used to that impressive tool, Vector based mess
Last edited by JiR; August 13th, 2012 at 05:12 PM.
Love the entire idea of this sketchbook. Constantly reviewing your work is the best way to improve quickly! The skulls look awesome (they do look like they were rendered), the anime study isn't bad but:
1. The cloth looks kind of airbrushed (the strokes are a bit messy, try using less strokes)
2. The light seems a bit stronger than the original, but the cloth isn't casting any shadows on her legs
3. The farthest leg seems a bit too thin/small
4. Her facial expression is also different (looks kinkier )
Keep it coming! and stay organized
"Great job guys! I love you. You're fired."
Sketchbook! Me vs Anatomy (and other things)
wow - everything you do is very structured and well planned. Great perspective studies and it is impressive how much effort you put into your studies in general. keep it up. And thank you for your Algenpfleger study - I learned many things :-)
Great start. can't wait to see your progress!
Hi guys got not much time to draw/paint but now the update for CW 33 and 34.
Yeah ur right will keep in mind ;D
Klaustrophil:I am going to finish it soon I hope
me too ;D
Last edited by JiR; August 26th, 2012 at 02:07 PM.
tried a color meme out.. thought it could improve my imagination
Last edited by JiR; August 30th, 2012 at 08:45 AM.
Updated the 42 CW
got some problems with moving the Skeleton parts to the right place some tips or references?