I've always been really inspired and appreciative of your work. really awesome work
I like your art! Do you have any suggestion about book or method for learning digital painting? ThankS
I've been admiring your sb for a while now. Thanks for the inspiration and keep up the great work.
Also, a lot of your early sb images are missing and that was a little disappointing because it's harder to see how far you've come.
sb most art copied to page 1
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Tehmeh! you make me want to go all timmy from southparh on you.. your sketchbook is the thing that motivates me most right now, thanks for being an inspiration. Can't wait until I can start studying again! Soon my friend.. soon! Also, thanks for your post in my sketchbook. Appreciate it a lot!
oh man this sketchbook is so full of awesome!! I love your colorchoices so much I'd eat all of them!!
feeling despondent with direction
been doing a lot of figure invention lately, so not too much to show... yet!
here's a study, collage of quick life paintings, tradish bargue attempt #1 (sight size is tough!)
Ivan_kolor: I haven't read any digital painting books. Photoshop just takes practice, and the rest is fundamental art skills learnable in any book, art school or community (inc. CA)!
munho: I removed the earliest images to stop floods of "good improvement since page 1" I see threads so often drowned in (several weeks of drawing is enough for this to happen it seems); everyone starts at the same stage so it all looked like anyone else's beginner stuff if that helps.
Thanks to everyone else for the lovely comments and dropping by
edit: I'm honoured to join a new sketchgroup with MatejaPetkovic, Mr. Corlan, Maenes, Sickbrush and Partisan!! check us out, subscribe
Last edited by tehmeh; October 16th, 2011 at 06:32 PM.
Awesome update, that life painting collage has a really nice sense of movement. good luck on the bargue.
Great life painting ç_ç really really awesome.
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