I see you are drawing the hair monster herself. JESSI RULEZZ!!! I don't know why but i am really starting to dig the more unrefined gesture type art. meh who knows may become my favorite style yet. oh and *hugz*
Reject-D- Hay man thanks, and cheers for the link to your blog, you got some real sweet work on there, really hope you start posting here again.
spaztastic- Spaz thanks so much again, Haha, yeah Jessi rulez! Really pleased and surprised you saw her tho, I didn't think it look anything like her (she's much better looking), so thanks.
And yeah I know what you mean aye, some times more unrefined has a lot more life to it. cheers and hugz.
Was feeling really uninspired the other day, and this put me right back on track,
So if you haven't see it already, here's some very wise words from Jason Manley ,
Have a good weekend everybody!
bigfooTrooper- Hay thanks man! I don't deserve *5 yet but cheers all the same!
In a rush, so just a quick wip of the awesome Clochette! , will post more later,
can you show me where you learned this style?
or was it just from playing around?
My observational skills may be great but i said nothing about my drawing skills
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what you are 16 years old?! I never knew! God youre talented! At your age i was scribbling some disproportionate, ugly mangachicks all the time, and not improving at all. Youve got a great future ahead of you!
My57 - Hi Sam. That piece was done in a program called Al.chemy, a really cool piece of software (and the best part is it's free!) and that sort of style comes really easily with it.
Here's the site you can download it from- http://al.chemy.org/
and here's a link to a thread in the lounge that you may find interesting too- http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=132177
Hope that helps, and you really should down load it, it's great fun!
NoodleDoodle- Hay Noodle, thanks for the encouragement mate!
Some doodles in Al.chemy, some studies and a couple of moleskin pages (Keep and eye out and you mite recognize someone...) and the awesome Colchette!
Nice Alchemy stuff you have there.
Those portraits from the WDELL thread is really fun to see though, as several of the people we kind of "know" after all the pictures... ( *cough*... Stoph... *cough*... ) , hehe
Clochette and Spaz looks like, but Stophs is really great.
"The fact that no one understands you doesn't make you an artist"
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Oh My... you're 16.... dang jail bait.... I should be careful hehehehehehe jk.
anyway love the one of Clochette.
and ME XD YaY!!!! sooo happy.
Nice studies for sho'! The alchemy experiments rock! I started out with it, and kinda forgot about it... I should try it some more... heh... what you do here looks like fun!
The kingfisher and the one on toned paper in the last post are my favourites on this page!
Thanks for dropping in on my SB, man!
Love that Clochette painting, you should PM her to see it~~Your progress from the first page is amazing. Keep up~
Sorknes- Hay thanks Sorknes, glad you like and really pleased you could recognize everybody!
spaztastic- Ahh thanks spaz, glad you like your's!Haha, cheers for dropping by again
Grandmassa Mr. Spect- Hay awesome, glad you dig mate!
dCepT- Cheers dC, and no prob, yeah you should get back on to alchemy and play round a bit.
Aaron Death- Hi Aaron, Thanks for stopping by here man, you got some mean progress in your sb too mate, and it's cool you dig my Clochette painting.
lilnebo- Cheers girl, much appreciated! you keep on pushing in your thread too a right? ta.
snootchy- Hay thanks yet again, glad you dig the portraits.
AlexTooth- Hay Alex, thanks for the awesome tip dude, really appreciated!
Thanks everyone, every post is really appereciated!
Just playing around with some sillos today,
hey nice pics, the alchemy sketches is pretty sweet, love the anatomy studies good natural poses, u seem to be my biggest competition, considering ur 16 and from nz. you along with miles of course. cant wait to see more of ur stuff!
That piece for the soldier turned out pretty well. Loved the colors in it. And your portraits of Spaz and Clo look pretty good too! Keep up all the good work!
kelly x- Hi kelly! , haha sorry for yelling...
Thanks though, and I'm glad you like Col's painting too!
MJ_Alcazar- Hay thanks MJ, really appreciated.
Yeah the one with the soldier went alright I suppose, I got the message across that I wanted, but I think the presentation sucked, nevermind, I 'm really glad you like it!
Reject-D- Cheers mate, pleased you dig, lovin the updates on your blog too man!
Just started a sort of master study, a copy of and awesome drawing by William Whitaker- http://http://www.conceptart.org/for...d.php?t=152936
Useing marker's like Alex suggested.
I'm afraid I don't have a constructive critique to give, my skills are not much...just wanted to let you know that i subscribed and I'm curious about what your development will be in a few years...you're 16 fer god's sake..keep on drawing on this right path!
gahhhdamn, nothing to say but NIOCE!
Matt, lovely new work! That last of the girl in the skirt is a beauty Got a real old feel to it, the brushwork is simply lovely. I'd love to see you do more studies like that! The silhouettes above are looking damn cool as well. Keep this up, buddy, loving it!
thanks for dropping by the sketchbook.
The last whitaker study is pretty sharp. I think there is something about the proportions that makes here seem like a 12 year old rather than a women.
might be the hips anyway
maybe do another one but really study the tones.
anywho nice work keep on trucking xD
good stuff here! and you're only 1 year younger than me......i need more practice..
been a while, matt! and you know, I think you've improved quite a bit in that time. sillos are looking rad, those facial features look stronger and the latest study is mint! the flow of the material and clean sharp shadows looks SO GOOOOOOD
KEEP KEEP GOOIING
and cheers for the lovely words of Jason. s'just what everyone needs
What an overwhelming lesson to all artists! Be not afraid of absurdity; do not shrink from the fantastic. Within a dilemma, choose the most unheard-of, the most dangerous, solution. Be brave, be brave! - Isak Dinesen