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Great SB you have here! I really liked your inked pieces, you have very smooth lines and you can feather and crosshatch equally well, bravo!!!
Hope to see more...
hey cool stuff like your sb here i really like your handling of landscapes and trees esspecially the last one in post 94
I can understand what you mean about getting into a rythm and turning out work but I felt like when I did art constantly, I would end up getting frustrated and depressed. Does anyone else get like that? I've had to slow down my pace myself because I'm working two full time jobs right now and I also need to spend my time learning web programming also. I try to draw at least 3 days a week and it seems to be a good pace for me although I would like to draw more. Anyway, nice environment paintings. I should really do more of those myself.
I find that because doing artwork requires a good deal of mental energy, I'll do any other task first, even real work
However, lately I have come to think that if I'm not an obsessed drawing maniac, I can't get the skill level I'm looking for. It seems that at some point in their studies, artists who turn pro go through a stage where they go all-out nuts about improving.
great stuff, I love your dynamic poses!!! Keep working those speed sketches, and don't forget, drawing from "live" observation can never be subsituted by refference images. Your direct observation sketches are beautiful!
Only one thing I have to comment. Try to crank up the contrast. Blacker blacks and whiter whites. Accentuate what catches your eye, don't worry about messing it up, that's what sketches are for!!!!