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What's up people
It's time for me to make my sketchbook like a real man, to feed the world with my crappy paintings.
I'm here to make study from naked peoples, hot chicks and many cool things.
If you're full of swag and coolness, i'm searching people to work with on study etc.
We can draw nose, ears etc together because that's how we make party.
Now, my latest work since 2013 (old stuff are too dirty, even for me)
Only studdy for now, i'm working on anatomy etc with gnomon dvd, tutorial/wip on the interweb, and photos references.
Last edited by Skoll; April 2nd, 2013 at 09:47 PM.
Little update with a wip and 2 other awesome pics.
I'll post soon some study of ears, nose, mouth, eyes, face and butts.
Update of the last study, now complete !
Sorry for the extreme size, i don't want to loose too many details because it was a big and long study
Edit: No Overpaint or color picking, and here is the reference i've used
hey, I am curious how did you build the form of that study? You mentioned there is no overpaint but the "difference layer mode" between original photo and your study shows very exact outline match. I am not trying to be harsh in here so take this as an advice. Focus on building the form from scratch just by looking at your subject avoiding any nit-pickers guideline techniques. That will bring some personal touch to your studies.
Yohey, I am curious how did you build the form of that study? You mentioned there is no overpaint but the "difference layer mode" between original photo and your study shows very exact outline match. I am not trying to be harsh in here so take this as an advice. Focus on building the form from scratch just by looking at your subject avoiding any nit-pickers guideline techniques. That will bring some personal touch to your studies.
I've spend 2 hours on the construction with some classic technics, the point of this study was to perfect my look on shape, contrast, details, light, render and hair.
I focus a lot on construction to avoid the anatomical problems.
No problem with your comment dude, you're not the first guy to suspect me haha !
Hey man, love your rendering. Do you work solely in digital, or do you do traditional work as well?
Yo dude, i do traditional but only for study, sketch, anatomical training, nude etc.
But only pencil, i can't do study like the one from camilla-rose helley on paper !
I think I will post scan soon
The close up on the hair looks fantastic! Looking forward to seeing more! =]
I'm a peacock, you gotta let me fly!
Little update with some gesture study and 1 speed.
I'll try to stop being a fag with cleaning line, and do more speed...
Ok, concept from mind + color = "wtf, i don't know what i'm doing"
Pretty nice work man, i'll be sure to check back often to get inspired
Some new stuff !