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i figured it was about time to stop lurking and actually post something, and nothings better then a sketchbook
playing around with the coro method
Last edited by Snowsfall; December 18th, 2006 at 03:11 AM.
Welcome to the asylum ::: normal people are dangerous!
Nice first post!
some random sketchbook pages
and some sp's
very nice shading!! you're problem is: youre lines are sometimes off!! you should study anatomy, so that you can have great&correct shapes, shaded nicely! An example is that profile of that man with the scar in your sketchbook, who's skull is about half as long as it should be!!
check out my sketchbook if you have time!!
Very nice sketchbook pages here! I'll be checkin up again soon!
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thanks for the replys mentler, odt, burning eyes.
and now some more pages
sis sleeping on the couch
ref for the profile
ref for the back
and a quick sp
and some more fig drawing stuff
some fig drawing from last night
20min, something went wrong with this one
ack im getting
hopefully its just temp
these figure drawings are good. very good shadowing. hope you feel better!
"Aku Soku Zan" - Hajime Saito
My book of Ubergoodness
whoa 1h figure the longest ive ever had was something about 20mins
i like the sp keep em commin
yea so ive been really busy lately, but im gonna make an effort to keep updating this.
im also just starting to get my portfolio together for applying to school too, im quite far behind.
some of this stuff is from the portfolio i submitted to the scholastics competition recently, and ive gotten a regional gold key award thingie so far for it
small still-life, oil and glare from the paint
done this summer in maine, watercolor
still life, charcoal
oil and even more glare
3 portrait sessions, from life
and now some random stuff
some OC doodles
oldish drawing, girl from ref
first page of a newish sketchbook
and from ref
ill try to get to scanning more pages
Last edited by Snowsfall; May 28th, 2005 at 05:20 PM.
Its been way to long, I got bogged down by all of the college admissions junk. Im gonna try to keep this updated now that i have more time. Anyways heres a bunch of stuff, some from my portfolio etc.
SP done in oil looking in two mirrors to get my profile
now some fig drawings
30 or an hour pose, dont remember
45 min pose
still life done in pen
still life, didnt scan all that well
drawings for the risd drawing test:
bike, with glare
interior environment- dont have a better photo of this one
subject of my choice
and finally a bunch of sketchbook stuff
playing around with every media i could find
edit-fixed the links
Last edited by Snowsfall; May 5th, 2005 at 11:01 PM.
So I decided on a school, next year ill be going to SVA majoring in Illustration. 8) It'll probaly break my piggy-bank but oh well, hopefully it will be worth it. In other news my tablet isnt working and its making me cry
now for more sketchbook junk
more sketchbook stuff
train station in boston and albany
more in albany
drawing on the train
bit more for today
...your sh17 is amazing. I think you've earned yourself one of NovaEin's l "WTF/OMFG!". Not easy to get one of those. be proud.
done while sitting in the chicago airport
NovaEin - I'm honored
great stuff.. i really like the expresiveness in the faces of your characters.
the girl is from life
Excellent stuff. Your thread shows amazing progression, keep up the great work.
Love the figure drawings from life (the portraits too) but I think you need to work on anatomy studies along with getting the proportions right when you are working without reference.
You've got a year and a day on me, I have to catch up :-P
mos667- your completely right, anatomy studies are things i always manage to avoid doing, and im suffering because of it
some from life and some from my head
Idea for a painting, but then i pussied out and painted something else cause im afraid of trying to paint a city
a quick tattoo design for a friend of a friend, god i hate Illustrator
I kinda died for awhile there, spent the last couple of weeks partying away the end of my senior year in high school.
Now Im ready to get back into this.
front inside cover of a new sketchbook
gouache, ignore the little black spots that look like stubble, its from rubbing up against the other pages
I also got my tablet fixed up so expect a bunch of that stuff sometime in the near future.
2 more for today
mini add on
just doodling around in oc
some figure drawings
2 shortish poses
20 min pose
something went terribly wrong with this one, i have no clue how i overlooked the basic proportions like that 10 min pose with markers
20 min pose
and just having some fun messing around with some colored inks
I still have a small stack of figure drawings to go though and scan, ill work on that.
the girl's eyes from may 17th are amazing. ..and the sketch from ref from nov is AMAZING. would love to see you do more studies from photos...it's where you'll really learn the subtelties of rendering flesh.
keep it up
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