Ramin- haha I am confused too m8
Rebecka- thank u dear!
Allright a little update on this strange bouquet of legs haha, I am using oils, this is mostly a study for the practice of oils but also practice for me to make art more freely without alot of refs and guidelines. This is all from imagination. I will paint over it multiple times with different colors and try alot of different approuches so keep watching the progress
have a great sunny day
Awesome PMB. Your improvement is AMAZING. Keep posting!!!
Hey,Brain.Thanks stoping by my sketchbook.
I look so many great pencil studies here.Very like your quick strokes studies which could give me many teaching.
Ricardo- thank u dearly
Parsa- thank u! and np thats what we do here.
Deadly- thanks, great that u still follow me
MaFeng- np and thank u!
A small selection of the pics from my last croquie session last saturday, some with red coal and some with dry pastel.
Don't fear the feet!
I know, they scare me will try to do them more ^^
i like these works ... it looks like there are so much feelings hidden inside them .
Ramin- thank u friend
Marian- thank u!
two studies with red crayon lid first from life, second from photo. Feeling right now Im having trouble sitting down and draw, hope Ill get back to it like never be4. thanks for watching and reading
Thats beautiful! The bodies look really great, love the last one with the red crayon!
Rebecka- thank u
Dejak- thank u m8!
Some water color practice. Almost never done anything in water color so this was fun and I will def keep it up cause I like it so much. The first one is from photo ref. The second one ref is an oil painting from Cezanne and is a vip, it will get more darker greens in it too. I also used charcoal on that one for details on the houses and the mountain.
Yes! Have been waiting to see those!! Really nice!! Like the colors u used in the last one!
thank u Becka have a great night
AHH watercolor. Isn't that one of the hardest painting mediums? I should try it out like you are! Very brave man.....you progress so fast. How am I ever going to catch up?! !
watercolours look good, but those figure studies in red crayong are really really nice - some nice linework there. Keep on doing what you are doing, there is so much improvement going on here!
deadly- thank u man! u are developing really fast too u know. Idk about hardest but they are hard as hell, cant really erase anything u know. But they are so much fun and pretty unpredictable.
Plissken- thank u
Marian- glad to hear
Thomas- wey thank u
I got an assignment from school. Draw something and only the same thing for two days. One day only sketching, one day do one or more pictures with shadows and all that. So I choose my sunglasses. because they have some hard forms, the glasses are not circles or ovals and in perspective they are really hard to draw.
So I have sketched my sunglasses 30 times right now, will do around 5-10 more then Ill work on one for some hours with shadows and highlights and all that. Right now I have put the glasses on a bucket like shown in the photo at last, then I turn them just a little at a time and draw them off. To see the differences from different angles.
So this is some of them, bad pics I know, just wanna show u guys Im working hard right now.
forgot to show u. another water color. Citypark
Nice work with the watercolors! Like how your sunglasses turnes out
sunglasses nice way to do daily practicing use model like sunglasse
keep it up
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Fantasy- aha thank u
Rebecka- thank u!
Qlot- yea its good practice
beginning of portrait of my cousin and her son, will sketch him now then details and shiet. keep looking
boy in there too. Need to work now with values which is so hard but this is really good practice. A few hours work, need to sleep now. night
Last edited by PaintMyBrain; April 1st, 2011 at 06:30 PM.
quality stuff dude! browsing through some of your pages and i see you dabble a lot in varying mediums-- that's great! good to see some experimentations... :3
one thing that i'd like to suggest is that perhaps in some of your still life studies you can push the darker values even more-- you seem to understand mid-tones and light/highlights-- but to create more sense of form the darks need to be darker!
good stuff all around. keep studying!! i have to do some hardcore studies as well~