Great figure work Chaser! Bravo! I really like you're quick studies; they're very expressive and I can feel the movement in the poses. Are you taking classes at TAD?
If people knew how hard I worked to get my mastery, it wouldn't seem so wonderful at all.
how do you subscribe to a sketchbook? you can do that right? i dont see a sub button anywhere.*****!
EDIT: found it
wow, you have a beautiful sketchbook! your figures are so expressive, and i love when you add in little splashes of color. best of luck to you~!
heidamonster: No I'm studying at the Academy of Art
GORAX: Thx man! I really love your environment studies!
thisby: Thanks thisby, it got really fun when I had enough time to throw in colors for interest =)
Some more illustrations for schooool
Last edited by Chaser226; September 18th, 2010 at 08:39 PM.
wow these sketches are awsome i especially like the ones with the traditionally dressed jap/chinese women .. sorry for not knowing if they are jap or chinese
is this stuff from imagination or observation?
eitherway.. well done!
I like the paints but the sketches... (vomits) ..I just threw up due to how impressed I am! Seriously nice. This sort of thing is exactly what I'm aiming for. The level whereby you can open up a sketchbook and a loose, but evidently confident, style comes out! Keep up the good work man
Definitely coming back to this one
RBeek: Those are studies of Geishas, the rest is from my head. Mostly doodling while on the bus.
Windmaker: Thank you!
ThomasM: Thanks for the kind words Thomas, I've recently learned to "let go" in my sketchbook. Its a place to explore and be brave..its not meant to a book filled with beautiful illustrations. Thats why my lines are so vague and searching~
Last edited by Chaser226; September 25th, 2010 at 08:51 PM.
How do you manage it to draw in the bus. The persons are sitting everytime in front of me, so i can only draw their head from behind. ._.
Does this only work when the bus is so full that i have to stay?
Those bears are beautiful. I love the colour.
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cool work man ....good atmosphere n all...!visit me n comment on pls...!
Thanks for sharing the new pencil pages!
Amazing sketchbook! for every single one, I can easily imagine a story that can go along with it. Very fun. C=
Very nice stuff here. Especially i love doodles from real life. it is a great inspiration for me.Post more please.