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keep bustin your ass, dammit!
You are getting good so fast. Drawing in class is also probably the noblest of all human endeavors, so keep that up for sure.
spend more time at the actual outline and form.. give those hands some flow looks really hot overall bapsi watch out on the jaw lines too.. makes ur characters looks a bit sad/angry haha i'll figure out a way to end up in USa haha.. good advice thank you!
Yeah handys! Yay to you being away from tentacle rape.
Don't forget edges, There allmost as important as the planes. Think contrast and especially the relationships in hard to firm to soft to lost, (WELL, I ripped that from Here lot'sa stuff for you to print and stick on walls Like i did! Fred Fixler was student of Frank Rielly who was a student of George Bridgeman, So its all good.) Work on softening the edge of the plane, and hardening a edge to make a plane; how to handle edges.
Okay more more moar. (This applys to me too.)
Last edited by Fitzin; March 27th, 2009 at 09:10 PM.
Awesome Sketchbook you've got here!
Really dig the studies, nicce hands!
Keep the progress up!
liek oh man gawd ur so popularrrr
I love the texture you got in that oil painting *_*
needz moar big eyes looking weird
You call those studies bapsi? STUDIES?
I call them... Biggles.
Your ink moleskine sketches from life are my favorite--really confident, powerful lines. If you carry that precision through to your studies (like the arms in #659), you'll be soaring in no time. Great work.
Btw work on planes! >>> Linky on info on it. Study them some more. Look on how they relate to other principles like anatomy and construction >>> Important page in that Andrew Loomis book showing one how the principles are related to each other.
The reason why I'm doing a sculpture was the help me think in planes/Three dimensionality. I'm going to do a 3-D Model on my computer next.
Last edited by Fitzin; April 6th, 2009 at 07:27 PM.
Fitzin and I are just making rounds in the SSG bitching about planes, it seems. XD But yes. DanielC, Bumskee, Wesburt, and Algenpfleger have greeeeat sketches to study for facial planes. But you probably already know this.
KICK ASS AT ART CENTER AND HAVE MAH BABIES.