She likes to paint and read past some of the time but when she tried to speak years of isolation had made herself quite weak.
These games that you play are all in your head!
But it`s the same old story again and again and again
Ah well, such is the bread of an everyday life
From morning to noon to this shadowless-night.
Don't know where I'm going.
Aquarell, watersoluble colour pencils and pigment liners.
Last edited by Snibbler; May 5th, 2009 at 06:24 PM.
Glad to have you here, at long last!
I am sure this will be a worthy sketchbook when you start regularly posting more stuff in here, that ought to pique people's interest surely.
I like the idea which this work depicts, for it's quite cunning to say the least.
And as you explained me, yes, the representation works mighty fine in the picture .
Anyhow, since I am unable to say anything reasonable at the moment, keep on posting and don't leave anything out, sketches, complete or incomplete works, no matter, post them all! \,,/
Well thank you, dear M.D.
This, well hmm, this is some kind of a anti-satyr. With graphics.
"[...] and brings me the worst nightmares I ever had."
First and foremost; this work is astounding!
It is rather delicate how it has this realistic feel and touch to the head part, apart from the less detailed body itself. As if the work consists of three separate forms; decorative head and horns, the facial hair and other "fur" and then the body, which all look different from eachother. Not to say that there would be anything wrong with it, but it gives really nice depth to the work .
I am amazed truly by the detail put to the head and making it more unique looking rather than most Satyr-kind-of-creatures people use to draw in a very stereotypical style. This more likely looks like a delicate mix of a Satyr and minotaur blended together.
Well done, and now that I've rambled my fandom for your art, it is time for you to post more art in here! \,,/
"Ancient wisemen knew things
that we can hardly dream about
Built statues and temples
that can't be pulled down
Now we seek for that wisdom
from too far away
Wonder 'round with our eyes blind
and think we are there."
Thank you for your comment Môrbus the Mad! You did noticed that I were trying to make clear line between different parts of this creature using both light and shadow (so I didn't quite failed this time, yayy~). Yet I truly need little more practise with angles where light comes and where shadows fall but this was good exercise indeed.
And yet more to come!
This where I started:
- clear lines with 0.2 liner
And here is this more or less ready:
- liners, graphics and most importantly colour pencils.
Merry go-round everyone!
"In the rays of the sun, I am longing for the darkness."
- with graphics and as you can see it's made '06
Still I'm quite happy with it, although I was lazy and didn't draw camels legs to the end.
"I, once upon a time
carried a burden inside."
I was bored, I wanted to do something else than "just" a drawing so I decided to try making a sculpture. It's made of simple modelling clay (Efaplast Classic). Eyes are green glass beads. Painted with acrylic colors. I actually took two pictures of it so I could compare before and after -pics to each other, so:
I think I did very good job for a first timer with these materials. I've done sculptures with real clay before but now I can notice differences between. Also, I have never used acrylic paints before so it was good to try something new.