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@ Velocity Kendall: Hahah.
@ Wheeljack18: Thanks. Hopefully I will.
@ telohs: Many thanks. I'm looking forward to it as well.
Here's an update from me.
An attempt at a refless painting and a bunch of sketches:
More stuff. Some sculpts, an Alchemy doodle, more charcoal-lovin' and a lot of Bammes exercises.
a photostudy that i aborted (ref)
some dude with antlers i painted on my smartphone. i used autodesk's sketchbook mobile, and it's pretty great. it got layers and layer-modes, a good selection of brushes, nice UI and the possibility to save your work as an .psd so you can continue working on your computer. the screen-size is of course a big problem, but on the other side it keeps me from getting too much into details.
photostudy of a pretty cool asian guy w/ a cig (ref)
film noir photostudy (ref)
also done in sketchbook mobile
oh, oh. my breaking bad t-shirt will be up for sale on TeeFury on Saturday, February 18 (and on that day only)
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experimenting around with the lasso tool. please forgive me for the nightmare-inducing face.
Snake anno 1885. i tried to achieve a "pen-marker-pencil on brown paper"-look.
digital painting from ref. experimenting with airbrushing
some charcoal sketches. the two women are done from ref.
rough mock-up for a t-shirt design I'm planning- a crossover between Drive and Mad Max/Death Proof
some otters I painted after seeing one down by the waterside the other (otter) day
a cat that is a cube. nyacube.
a Japanese monkey done from ref. I'm starting to love the lasso-tool more and more
A boy from imagination
Jens, I swear your stuff is awesome. It's just nice to look at even if it's not perfectly drawn. It makes me want to draw more as well :>
Many thanks, Fiskepudding
monkey knight from imagination
just some sketching done digitally
bammes studies. charcoal and graphite
post-its painted from life. much more fun than painting from photos
photostudy of lips. yes, there's most def too much light on the upper lip
another photostudy. i couldn't bother finish this one
a lady. painted from imagination
a bunch of sketches.
everything that sports rectangular speech bubbles are self-portaits (save for one Ice Cube sketch)
and a photostudy of Ron Burgundy that doesn't look like Ron Burgundy at all im so ashamed of myself but at least I got to work on my color and rendering
A portait of Hunter S Thompson, from imagination. No shirt or background though, as I'm dog-tired of this piece. Probably goes to show how I shouldn't focus on individual parts, but rather the the entire thing eeeeh
And here's the greyscale (is there any way to thumb images??)
I laughed my ass off with the flying cubical feces in post #35
Anyways very neat sketchbook
@Fiskepudding: hehehh, i might do more japanese animes soon oh and yep, that's starfox alright. the head isn't stocking's though
@Jarkuzy: Hah, thanks I will!
@Fiskepudding: It's some kind of spaceship/aircraft carrier. You park your ride on top, on the glass disc, and then you can travel down to the tubular living-quarters part. The design's heavily based on a bath scale, luls. And thanks!
Here are some digital pieces done from imagination.
A big fan of orange soda.
and a tribal broad, basking in moonlight. It was originally going to be a chest up thing, but I got tired and cropped it away :/
I feel like I'm not going anywhere at all, so constructive criticism and/or some motivation would be appreciated
Photostudy from Blade Runner
Power Girl, from imagination.
Photo studies! From Inglourious Basterds, and a photograph of Gwendoline Christie (what a name!)
got lazy on the first one, as you might see. i should stop being lazy.
anyways, constructive criticism is very much welcome
Whoopsie! I've been forgetting to update this for a while. Instead of uploading all the stuff I've done since last update, I'll just jump straight to my most recent work.
Here's a bunch of figure drawings. I have the hardest time balancing what I know (stuff from anatomy books, Loomis, etc) vs what I see.
I've made a habit to attend around 3-5 figure drawing workshops per week though, so I'll eventually figure (hah!) this out
Tips, tricks, criticism, uplifting words- all welcome
Domo arigato, fiskepudding ))
haha thanks, mayne.
still-life in charcoal. I should smooth my jazz out more o_O
portrait of michael fassbender in charcoal. didn't have time to finish it all up. overall, I'm content about it though.
Poster for a charity- I chose the SF Food Bank.
Some figure drawings. I feel like mt progress there has dramatically stagnated Haven't had time to go to workshops- where I proccess the stuff I learn in class.
And lastly a master copy, from Prud'hon. Charcoal. Toned paper.
À la prochaine
that's some mad progress you've made Jens! These kinds of results keep me going on myself. Loving it.
Many thanks! Glad to hear I can help to inspire you
somewhat shameful guilty pleasure. zbrush with some photoshop painterovery
study, and process. can anyone guess who it is?
see ya in 2013! happy new year!
early progress on what will eventually be a witty pop-culture tshirt design. "haha! it's robocop!! playing chess! saying that thing he said to the rapist in the film!"
Photostudy. dredd's a GREAT film btw, go buy it!