great stuff man im loving it more more.
mynewsketchbook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=135829 http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=131890 oldsketchbook
awesome figurative works, ma8. please post mooore
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...4&d=1239323025 the curve in her waist there is fantabulous! nice colour work as usual!
heeyy great jobs i love your drawings http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...2&d=1238944438 this is too good
How many sketches would a sketchbook sketch if a sketchbook could sketch sketches?
Just thought I'd ask, y'know.
Good to see your work, more updates though plzkthnxbye.
Oh, and, yeah, it was good to meet you in dallas!
And, yeah, sorry about the hassle and i hope you enjoyed your drive home and complimentary spam and eggs.
Really A nice start... Keep it up
painting, drawing, everything very strong. I want to see more!
Great work so far, human figure work is great.
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Ireally appreciate all the comments, thanks everyone.
A few digital WIPs and experiments, I've been trying to learn what this medium can do, it's frustrating sometimes, I feel a bit removed from the process after working alot with traditional mediums, but at the same time its so versatile, its been alot of fun exploring these programs. Thanks for looking
I've also updated my blog with some traditional stuff, figure drawing and painting. Check it out if you've got time!
I agree with digital being frustrating.
I'm also just getting used to the process of the digital medium and the hardest battle I'm fighting currently is trying to get the brushes to do what I want them to do. It's nothing like holding an oil brush and feeling that nice stroke and then leaving it alone.
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amazing sketchbook man! really really inspiring it was nice to meet you in dallas !
Be-a-utiful paintings mate. Your figure paintings on your blog have such life, and they way you achieve the translucent skin tone with that real vibrant orange-red. I must ask you what colours do you mix is to achieve that colour? I am assuming that it is so vibrant because it is part of the under painting or.....?
The only crit I have, is on the composition of some of the digital paintings. In particular this one.
I guess the main thing that stands out for me that element divide the composition up two evenly. I guess its the old rule of thirds. Things just seem so much more natural that way.
But yeah keep on knocking them out.
Nice work David. The first drawing of Raven is particularly good. I like how you used that one in the last painting. Do you often ref poses like that and then paint from imagination?
Or was that painted with the model present?
"There is no such thing as 'accurate drawing'. There is beautiful
drawing, and ugly, and nothing else." JAD Ingres, Ecrits sur l'art
These are so awesome. Makes my stuff look like stick figures. Truly an inspiration. I better get back to practicing so I can be this good. Totally love them all.