...much suck is afoot up in hea.
I had to reboot my sketchbook because the other one was a major failure. Hope that's alright.
This first thingy is pretty much an experiment in futility. I rarely finish anything, so I decided to set out to just... play. Trying new techniques, new brushes, etc.
All crits and tips are tremendously appreciate, 'specially the composition!
Last edited by goldilockz; July 3rd, 2011 at 02:16 AM.
welcome to your brand new sketchbook. *___*
i'm excited to see how that piece fans out. whether you finish it or not, it's always good to make sure it's a good learning experience for the next piece you hopefully will finish. haha
keep it up, and I hope to see more posts by you in here.
Here are a couple of early morning warm ups. Not happy with the standing one. Busy Saturday planned but hopefully I can get more of the piece in post 1 done.
More work on the girly. Some studies for my analysis of form class. I swear I take more "Draw spheres and cubes" classes than anything else lol!
And yes, the sphere IS levitating. I r majick. It was sitting on my wedding ring because it kept trying to roll away like the naughty little ball it is!
I like your sketch work, and I definitely can empathize with not knowing where something is going, just playing even if that doesn't lead to an end.
Some studies from class.
Hi, I suck at updating this piece of crap.
The first is the final rendering of the torso above. Second is a plaster head that I got a B on (woohoo!), and the last is my progress on my final project.
Dr House finished... Wish me luck that I get at least a B! It would make my whole semester!!
Value study. It's absolute crap but what can you do? About 2 hours on this one (give or take since I kept getting distracted...)
A couple of studies from this evening. About 15 minutes each.
Xanthocyanopsy - I bet you're thinking of Rosario Dawson (I think that's her name). I actually used a random stock image from DA, but she ended up looking more like Ms. Dawson LOL! Thanks for the post
great start for a new SB gotta say house, that one is really really excellent. dont have any crit so far, post more
Cheers/ your friend PMB
"Painting my brain with memories of the future"
Pencil and brush is my choice of weapons!
Here is today's warm up then I gotta do real life jobby job work for a while. I've never drawn a barbarian orc like dude before, so this study was difficult.
I enjoy that last face, despite you not, it's very clean and smooth.
Here is my latest study. Values! It's a WIP, hopefully I get some time to work more on it tomorrow.
BTW, crits are always highly welcomed
Quick study before bed. Didn't even get to sit down to my computer until after 8pm
Oh, also, I did a teeeensy bit more work on the cutie pie from earlier.
Value study I've been working on for about 7 hours. It's still rough in most areas, but it's coming along. Slowly, lol. I'm beginning to learn how to work faster though, so that's good
Foe Toe study. Sorry I fail so hard at updating
last portrait looks good and so dose the still life value study and some good body studies but dont forgett to work from imagnation some aswell
Here is what I've submitted for this week's ChoW. I really should have spent some more time on it. After a couple of days, I can now see what's truly wrong with it. Oh well, everything is a learning experience, and therefore not a total waste, right?
Just something I'm tinkering with.
A color test.
A little more work. Mostly imagination, with some reference for the face so far.
Working on this for the CHOW this week. Rangda.
I have no idea what you're talking about, so here's a doodle of a water bottle.
Ink on moleskine. I always forget how much I adore my moleskine until I open it up again.
Some color to Rangda. What a weird character LOL