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I almost forgot I _had_ a sketchbook here until I saw it hiding in my favorites folder in Firefox... ;x
Here's some random assorted stuff I've been doing. I know, not enough sketching :/ Been working on finished projects but I really should go back to studies and filling up books.
Thought of starting a new SB, but I decided I could just revive this one.
Long story short, or short story long, I'm finished with my bachelor's degree and am in school, again. Enjoying it here a ton.
Most of this stuff is on my art blog (in sig) as well but I'm reposting them here for more feedback. PLEASE HELP CRIT! Also, I'd just like to mention that these Sketchbook group things sound like a lot of fun and I've never done one before, so if anyone wants an extra person in, send me a PM.
Last edited by Cadaure; March 28th, 2010 at 09:56 PM.
Interesting sketchbook dude,
Nice variety of work, your digital stuff is looking good.
Looking for Feedback! Please visit my sketchbook..
Some really great stuff, your latest figure form sketch is nice - really feeling the muscle formation. Keep pushing it!
Lovely shading, nice pencils! Hope to see updates more often!
soros and Rokas: Thanks guys! I really really appreciate the comments.
School's started again so I am constantly busy. Monday I drew from 10 to 10, and today from 11 to 10 (although today we had more of a break in between). I'll try and get more pictures of class drawings to put in here too.
Here are a couple pages from my sketchbook, one is just silly random doodles (I was inspired by a tired and weary looking secretary in that one corner) and the other drawings from the Getty Villa.
Nice work, very good variety of disciplines!
Here are some life drawings from school. The single large ones are 1 and 2 hours (2 hours for the larger woman, 1 for the other), the page of smaller drawings are 20 mins each. I really fought to get the faces right but I think it's working.....
I've also started my ecorche It doesn't look like a lot of fun but it really was, putting together the wire arms and everything. Let's just say I won't be forgetting how a ribcage looks anytime soon...
Last edited by Cadaure; April 8th, 2010 at 04:36 AM.
......... well, apparently I'm not done for the day. This stuff is too much fun
Here's a page of posemaniacs Using some concepts I learned from class earlier today. I set the timer to 60s but I actually got most of them done in like 30-45.
I'm sorry for the ugly watermark in the corners.
Really good studies you've got here.
You've mentioned i one thread that Ron Lemen is teaching you, can you share some more info of how really good he is, as i heard he's a true master.
I'm was planning to go to Watts atelier in a couple of months, but now i'm not so sure, as many people state that Ron's teaching is outstanding.
I'd really apreciate this info, as this trip will be pretty expensive for me as 1 dollar = 2,8 of my currency, so you get the point I pretty much have to pick the best option possible.
@Icecold: Hey, thanks for the comments. Yes I'm currently learning with Ron at my school and he's really helped me a ton with my drawing. The great thing about Ron is he's done all sorts of stuff from storyboarding to graphic novels to fine art to concept art to illustration, so he can tell you pretty much anything you want or need to know. I think he also breaks information down in a very simple and easy to understand way, which is great for a noob like me. His approach is very structural though so it depends on what you're looking for.
I dunno about Watts atelier personally but from what I've heard they are a fantastic school with a tried and true method. I really don't think you could go wrong with them, unless you're looking for a less 'fine artsy' approach to learning.
But anyways, for proof of Ron's effectiveness here is my first page of figures on Jan 12 this year <__<
And this is my best page from today's model session... it's certainly not amazing yet haha. But I've learned a ton.
Eep, sorry I haven't been updating so much. I have a lot of work to show, but I don't have a lot of time to scan or take pictures x_x My term is frightfully heavy on the workload.
Here's a bad photo of a 4 hour line/contour study, it's my best one to date I think, certainly a LOT to improve though. Crits appreciated!!!
Nice sb! Really like the skulls and figures! Keep it up!
Nice work mate. I really like seeing the evolution of your art. While its' good to see some of the top level guys work on this site its Great to see someones journey. Keep up the good work!
One of my teachers finally decided that I was ready to move on to another concept and practising form. The first two pictures are several poses I've been working on, it was shot with my crappy camera phone and the graphite is very delicate so I apologize for the bad quality.
The next two are some sketches I did at a workshop. And the last one is a cast I acquired!!!