Very nice start Gabi, keep it up!
you already have a solid value/color foundation :)
you can use a bit of blending and your work will look more rich.
post more dude
Well.. since vacations finally came, i have more time to spend on practicing my paintings... here:
Wow man!You are amazing!And for a 17?Great stuff! I need to catch up D:
Thanks Ize! here's a.. tiger
Here are some pencil sketches.., this was a not-so-old style i was testing... turns out i don't like it that much:
Some pencil portraits...
I dont know these guys...
I'd like one of these...
Painting of a mini cord
Looking good, the silhouettes of the people in post #5 are great. Love the highlights on the mini cooper as well, keep it up.
What sort of pencil do you use for sketching? You might want to try some softer pencils to get deeper darks in your drawings.
@Noun thanks man! i use a 2B, this is something that have not cross my mind till now... but i should be thinking about getting some drawing pencils, anyways thanks again
Great stuff, maybe you could draw some stuff from the mind since you've been using lots of reference. I found that alternating this way is of great help. Surely if you do more stuff from the mind and get back to the pictures you'll find a significant difference.
@lennon: yes, actually I've been drawing on an alternate sketchbook of mine things that comes to my mind but somehow i have forgot to post, and i have already a sketch for a piece... but i am waiting for next year to paint it... something like a fresh start, thanks for the comment i'll post some drawings from my imagination soon..
Here's yet another photostudy, learned alot
Old... and lazy studies
i will try my best after this one to just do more of my own stuff
I like the stylistic approach of the last piece. But seeing as the head is closer to the viewer, wouldn't it be slightly larger?
@Richie Rich: yes, that came trough my head after posting it... ill try and fix later, thanks for your comment
ah.. im on a block right now dont know what to paint
I really, really love your sort of choppy, squared-off painting style. The photostudy from the 27th, those suits, and your latest one are fantastic. (Though I think the guy's head looks better now, but his legs are a little off - the pose doesn't really feel balanced at the moment.)
Just for the sake of updating, here's jimmy:
Nice sketchbook Gabriel! Great work with the colors, also, I like the style of your own pieces and sketches, looks interesting. Keep on developing that. And as for being lazy = better than not do anything at all, right?