Thanks very much Jenny.
Thanks very much Jenny.
some quick sketches from V&A Museum and a portrait from a photo:
Great update! I can see you're really analyzing the forms and seeing how masses interlock and support each other. Really cool to see multiple studies of the same statue from different angles...those are all really strong. Thanks so much for all of your help!
Thanks very much Courtyard. Happy you like them. I was trying to express more with less here.
hello vlad74 glad to see you have a sketchbook here :) loved looking at your 3d studies back in the Art of Anatomy forum when it was still active. lots of inspiring arts on that forum, I only wish people continued to post there.
Thanks very muck Cok3. Yes Art of Anatomy forum was really cool and the person who created it is a really good artist. Those 3d studies were really helpful for me.
Who are you btw :). I looked at your SB. Really cool stuff.
Yeah it was a great place to learn. I didn't really post anything or register there, was just visited it from time to time. Hope you keep posting more sketches and sculpts. Your studies are always great to learn from :)
Cok3 - thanks very much for the compliments. The thing is that I've decided not to post anything the next 3,4 months. So I wont be visiting concept art or it will be really rarely. Just want to concentrate and practice as much as I can.
I want to thank everyone who visited and commented on my stuff. Thanks Brooke. So see you in a 3-4 months time. :)
nice start keep up
Haven't uploaded anything for a long time. The reason is that there was nothing to upload :)
p.s. forgot to mention that most of the studies are base on "Constructive anatomy" by George Bridgman
I posted this painting to the finished section , but didn't get much a of a C&C there. I hope to get more here.
Started another one today.C&C will be really welcome. Attachment 1662496
Started this long time ago...
Some more updates on this one. I haven't used any references for the lighting. Comments and advice are welcome - I need them in order to improve. Thanks.
Another small update. As always C&C very welcome.
Imaginary character. Didnt use any reference for this one..
Some pencil sketches I did some time ago. Did ps colour overlay on some of them. For some of them I used Ken Hultgren's "The Art of Animal Drawing: Construction, Action, Analysis, Caricature" book for reference. One of the best out there. C&C welcome.
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25 min sketch. Ref used:
study... about 45 min.. ref used...
Hi mate! I really like the variety of studies and works. Good eye and great commitment! Keep drawing so we can stay inspired!
i love the animal studies. great forms.
Thank you guys. Happy you like them. Practice is the best teacher...
Thanks for taking a look to my SB! I really have to do some perspective study a little everyday. And I'll try follow your advices. Thank you mate!
No problem Lucarky. :) Keep it up.
Love your drawings, you're really good at doing structural work that still has a nice gestural flow to it.
Thanks Revidescent. I am trying to get more into digital painting , but will always love the pencil :)
Thanks Evoart :)
Here is another quick study. C&C always welcome.
Awesome anatomy studies man. Like how you are going into different muscle groups . Your lines are improving a lot. I like the paintings. The color schemes are interesting, I especially like Touching the truth one. It has a god composition. The colors are working well together. I think the hands of the man could be worked on .
The zbrush sculpt has come out awesome. Great anatomy and proportions on it. Do moar sculpting!
Keep them coming man. good luck.