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My name is Cornelius Hoelz
living in Munich Germany
I studied at the GamesAcademygameart and animation.
Studying Industrial Design in Munich at the moment.
Last edited by kischi; June 30th, 2013 at 09:42 AM.
Lets start in 2001 (the three pictures are made in the artcourse at school (from ref), the f4 is from a photo)
Last edited by kischi; May 25th, 2009 at 08:48 AM.
Thanks Jens for this quick and very interessting response.
I very appreciate these tips because I never went to a real artcourse.
First of all I will go on to post my other stuff till 2006 till now (lot of scaning work to do).
looking forward hearing from you soon
Good start with your sketchbook. Great improvement in your cronological studies, I like the recent digital painting
This life drawing was a few days later. It was an other girl, and it was her birthday . So it was very funny. Her mobile permanetly rang, because family members and friends congratulated her. So you have to imagine this girl naked in pose with the mobile "Hi mom, oh thank you blablaba...."
good start man,
I see you been drawing a lot. Its good thing that you are doing life drawings .But also start doing anatomy, cuz after you know underlying structure you will understand why teh bosy behaves the way it does.
bo to pinwire.com register and download all the andrew loomis books from, there , teh methods in teh books are aweesome. They will really help you shape your art well. Also also try doing slower life drawings, understand what you are drawing , why you are drawing it.
Then proceed .
have a good time here.
You put a lot of stuff, its mean that you are work so hard. I think that is more usefull to studies the anatomy step by step to correct some recurrent errors. Take some good drawing book and copy all image until you will rich a good point for you. In the web you can find great stuff from a master like Loomis ( in this site you can find more image link ).
Keep more studies and I think you can rich very good level
Hehe thanks Dreamworker but you did misunderstand some thing. I was posting all my old stuff form 2001 to now.
And as you can see at the top of each post I finally reached NOW!
Yahaa! and from now on Ill do as you told me
*Updates coming soon*
You are making a good progress. Nice perspecitve and anatomy studies. Keep on going!
Thanks Bartovan! you also made good improvements in perspective.
and form now on my new stuff (main focus is anatomy for the next time )
these are form Hogarth, in my opinion he is a little extreme but for now its ok.
I'm an old fart.
The hands studies are good. Hogarth is stylized and overly blown out for me as well, but because it is exaggerated, you can clearly see the muscles and this, is the value of it. When you begin to do hundreds more studies, you will pick and choose what appeals to you in terms of design. forhead studies, see if you can find Loomis online. He offers excellent descriptions to structuring the head. Good starting SB. keep on it.
aztcfireflower: I think you are absolutely right! Hogarth won´t be the only one I will study from. As you said for the start he is fine. Thanks for the tip about Loomis