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welcome to my thread!
hope you all can comment as well for my work, i really think your comment will make me improve, thanks~
Last edited by Guan; July 5th, 2011 at 01:25 PM.
try to drow some robot.
thanks you, give me some time to draw, i will post more.
i add some detail for the machine, and it can smoking? hehe!
thanks man! is buzy to going on my assignment, no many time to draw.
for this new update is draw my friends.
this 2 for the animation's assignment, hard to make it!
some colour study. not finishe yet.
i do some wet study.
i do some wet feeling paintng
draw it when i'm free...i will post more later, cannot get the lighting very well...hmm....
1st time to use the poster color to painting, not well! just try the effect...
Love your skills with lighting your pieces, really brings them to life. Some of your bodies (the main part of the body/chest area) seem a little squat like the person is slouching forward, but other then that I feel I have nothing negative to say is a really nice sketchbook!
Gail Blitzy, thank you very much!
some one can teach how to make the background with some texture? my background seem very flat. hmm....
some pencil's sketchs and add water color... i need some comment to improve my skill, thanks all!
add some color....
the graduation is coming soon, this for my all friends...
i draw my good friends.
The sharper lines in your latest paintings really make a difference.
Looks a lot better than the first version of the robot guy further up in the thread
You really took that one to another level by just adding some detail and clear lines btw. Good job!
I like those watercoloured sketchbook drawings. They're looking nice.
Don't really wanna comment on anatomy because i myself have yet to learn it
As for your skintone studies. I'd go easy on the pure white highlights.
Maybe try to do some slight colour variation. They look a bit monotonous.
Less saturated color for shadows for example and warm colors for the light.
Which depends on the lightsources of course. Just try it out
Maybe check out this link. It was pretty helpful to me
Keep it up! I can already see progress
Come visit my...
thanks comment! here some marker skectch....
smoking hour, that day i saw a pretty girl smaking at the car park. hmm....
i no smoking, but i dun know why i always draw some smoking guy or the smoking girl... i think i feel they are really cool.
for this series illustration are my final college assignment. this is a story book illustration, the name is < the story of the smoking guy>. the material i use acrylic on canvas, sizes : A2.
Post #5 made me LOL. Something about a smoking robot just really made me laugh.
"This planet has - or rather had - a problem, which was this: most of the people on it were unhappy for pretty much of the time. Many solutions were suggested for this problem, but most of these were largely concerned with the movements of small green pieces of paper, which is odd because on the whole it wasn't the small green pieces of paper that were unhappy." -Douglas Adams
My goal: To get good enough to post in the Finally Finished Forum.
i think the anatomy is wrong...
1st time to use painter, i try to some brushes effect.
i like the mask....
Sorry for my English.