Hi guys, i'm really enthuasiast for being here. I'm following this forum since a year (more or less) and finally had the courage of showing my sketches
I started drawing last year both in digital and traditional, so I hope you'll give me
opinions so that I can improve my skills =)
! In most of this drawings I used photo as reference.
Last edited by L.Crivello; January 22nd, 2013 at 08:27 PM.
@insanelight: thank's =)
@Mr. Smile: Wow thank's for the great compliment.
@LA-Fairy: Ty! =)
I'm going to show you some of my oldest digital painting, hope to have
crits and comments .
Update with some old works =)
Awesome work. The pencil rendering in your first post are excellent. The digital are great as well. Keep up the good work.
Great start for your sketchbook! The pencil drawings are slightly clinical, but delicate and lovely. The second image in your first post containing the digital works is very interesting. I would focus on varying your linework to create movement and energy - your shading is looking good, but I would say you could go even darker. Looking forward to more.
Your pencils are phenomenal
I'm back with another digital painting. Soon i'll post more trad works i hope
Last night i was bored and so I decided to improve hair and fabric drawing.
I used a photoreference for this study.
Portrait done for a friend...
Sorry for the scan, it's so bad...
Last edited by L.Crivello; June 2nd, 2011 at 08:27 AM.
5 stars from me!
I'm adding it to my favorites and looking forward for your next quality stuff
@Shadowseeker: Thank you so much =)
Here is another little update, some are still in progress...
(sorry for the quality of the scanner)
I have no time to draw, i'm goint to show you some drawings.
Hope you like them
nice rendering! Keep on posting!
Your work is so incredibly tightly rendered and clean- wow I love it, especially your pen/pencil stuff! 5*!
Your traditional work is mindblowing, especially that portrait for a friend (#12). Keep it up!
LordLouis and pixel cheetah: Thank you so much!!
Not chronologically ordered.
Unfortunately I never have the incentive of finish the painting..
The background is opaque because of the scanner and because of the reaction of the color to light, this problem will be solved when i'll put varnish
exercise from reality
exercise from reality
Missing the whites
Last edited by L.Crivello; June 20th, 2012 at 09:37 PM.
Hope to receive opinions and/or advices.
very pretty studies.
@isokarhu: thank you
A bunch of oil studies, a pencil sketch and a digital painting.
Hope to receive advices and comments regarding oils
forgot this one
Wow great great great pictures