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"Success is going from failure to failure without a loss of enthusiasum." Cliff Blezenski
I can see you're really trying to communicate form with your lines in the figure studies. Right now, the 1st page is strongest since its consistent all the way around. I would say that your marks/lines in the rest shows that you're not that confident yet, which is fine really because that comes with time. But I think its good to keep in mind to try to make marks as confidently as you can and only as necessary. Also, the little values you're incorporating is a bit messy. Try to simplify the big shadow shapes and have more unified values in the beginning, it helped me a lot when I first started. If you're hatching, follow the form.
Morgado : Thank you for your comment morgado...I try differents approaches in terms of technique when I draw....It's due to the fact that I draw without comments from a teacher when I'm in front of the model.....so I search different ways.....For characters without shading, I thought to many comics drawer who give the impression of volume without shadows....the line become the only way to give this feeling...I don't know if it's a good method.
xxPurple Nugxx : Thank you for your comment.
zou : Thank you zou...The arzach bird is certanly not as good as the original, but I look the work of Moebius differently now than in the past, and I think it's a very interesting work.
Chaser226: Thank you chaser, as I write to morgado , I try to give the feeling of volumes with lines only as certains comics drawer. I try it because on the first page I draw only outline without thinking to volumes ( I didn't construct shapes), so I couldn't draw without models due to these lake of knowledge, but as you write I draw only one line....Now it's more confuse when i draw shapes....Maybe i need to mix differents way of drawing.... I forget to draw simplified big shadow shape You're true....thank you one more time for this comment chaser....
Bien parti le visage. T'as utilisé une photo comme référence ?
Tu devrais poster plus souvent en couleurs :p
awesome lifedrawings! try to hatch more with the form, if you find the time great precise lines.
i'll be watchin you!
thank you for your comments guys.
Morgado : You're right, maybe I forget to have just fun when I draw. So your last mecha's great.
Kfeeras : yep...I understand what you say...I think I go everywhere in the same time...I try to create shadows with a movement which is always the same, maybe should I take care to volume from the beginning.
I'll think to your comments on my next drawing session.....
Here is a drawing done yesterday...
Last edited by dessinateurimpulsif; June 14th, 2010 at 01:18 PM.
merci de ce commentaire, a vrai dire pour le moment l'univers perso est en berne...pas le moral donc pas de délire, sinon pour les poses c'est volumes simples rapides pour poser la pose et les proportions puis ensuite construction des volumes musculaires.
I don't draw a lot since 2 months because I search a job, here is something I done on photoshop. I'm quite happy about this one due to the line ( I have some difficults to draw with PS )
I continu to work...from 3 to 5 minutes...harder to do one line in short time( I think the outline is too strong). As you can see i try to draw big shape for shadows. I need to work more, but I think I'm on a good way...I need to draw landscape to.
insanelight : thankyou
Try to draw something completely
What do you think of it??composition drawing etc...I try to add colours maybe a purple background...green dragon, blue light from the head.
Last edited by dessinateurimpulsif; October 25th, 2010 at 03:37 PM.
Je ne vais pas te dire grand-chose de plus que ce que j'ai déjà dit sur le "nude figure life drawing thread" ; t'as un super crayonné, ç'a été un paisir de parcourir ton sketchbook; je t'encourage à poster le plus fréquemment possible.
you're very much an "outline" person!
there's some perspective and depth issues I can see, but i'm not sure where that's coming from. do you erase your construction lines? there aren't many of them visible.
if you don't erase them then you probably don't do enough...
so i'm just guessing here, but i reckon having a look at gesture (step 1 in figure drawing to really push the pose) and construction (see loomis or hogarth) would help you out heaps in fixing proportions, drawing more expressive poses, and drawing more 3d
again, just guessing here! i hope it helps but i could be wrong...