Hi, My name is Andres, here´s some of my recent stuff, I hope you like it!
Last edited by andrespin; July 14th, 2011 at 07:22 PM.
Hi everyone, I've been drawing a lot, I will try to post frequently, Ciao!
Hi, here are a few things for today...
Incoming generic commentary!
Your pencils are very beautiful. I would suggest working on both longer pieces and shorter, more gesture-based drawings in between what you're currently doing. Nitty gritty anatomical studies wouldn't hurt either. Here you've begun to implement color--more of that, too! I look forward to seeing this book prosper.
Hello everyone, this is my last work, I'll post more in the days to come, cheers!
PS sketch progress, I'm trying to improve my digital skills.
Last edited by andrespin; July 14th, 2011 at 07:26 PM.
here's the final. I spent 4 hours on this, I hope you like it, I want to improve in lights and shadows, but i'm very glad with the result
Nice so far.
I think it might be a good idea to pay attention to gesture- not just of the whole body, but of it's individual features too, like the neck and face. Some of the poses seem a shade stiff to me.
I think that it might also be valuable to pay closer attention to the underlying structure of the body parts, especially the eyes. In a lot of these portraits, I notice that they sometimes seem to "wander" away from where they should be.
Maybe you could also consider looking at more constructionist drawing. A lot of the drawings you've posted so far seem kind of "flattened out." The figures don't seem to have much weight or dimension to them. If you're not working a lot from live models, as opposed to photos or imagination, starting to do that might really help you. It'll probably also help you get a lot of the color stuff sorted out.
And here's my sketchbook. Help me out with some c&c?
Hi! thanks for the comment, very rewarding, I'll try to working hard in some aspects to improve my skills.
HI, thanks for the kind words, I'm drawing constantly. I know it's a long way, with dedication and discipline I'll improve.