Little update i think iam getting my way into the figure slowly
tj0ri: thnx man
Little update two femmes and some tackling in my figure study.Crits and comments will be most appreciated
I came here to thank you for checking my sketchbook and also check some of your work, which is full of personality
I must say, the second image of your latest post kinda reminds me of iumazarkworks and it's really nice to see that you're doing studies but also experimenting things of your imagination! Keep it up!
yes your sketchbook is quite eye candy lovely just lovely art thingies happening in there thnx for your kind words much appreciated .And yes it was inspired by iumazark iam studying these days a more stylized illustration style like french illustration as well as japanese art to reinforce my drawings nice eye
wup wup nice update like the lady in red
Warm up stuffies
yeah gestures looking good keep it coming
Hey, nice work! Try making longer studies of the figure to focus on proportions, measure the hell out of everything. Don't forget to check verticals, horizontals and diagonals.
Check out the Week 4 videos here: http://vilppuacademy.com/home/my-cla...sentials-wk-4/
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Sketchbook! Me vs Anatomy (and other things)
Nothing special today i was most of my day out but here are some sketches during coffee time out i think iam having an obsession with women and hats... and some older sketchbook pages
Januz thnx man yeah for sure iam must give more importance to measuring cause i see it even when i sketch something iam sloppy dammit and must quit that habbit ASAP.thnx for dropping by buddy
tj0ri thnx man your gestures are awesome dont know how you do it but i really love them
Lyraina thnx for the tips dear well the texture isnt that tough.I have quite the experience with photomanipulation cause i study graphic design and well photo edit is a skill that must be at a high level.
Basically the background layer the white one is scanned paper with some ink splatted around i also use a pallete knife and acrylics for texturing. the other one is just a halftone its not that hard to make one u can find the halftone in the filters menu or create it from skratch in illustrator.I love halftones and they are cool also for shading.Anyhow if you want some tips or anything you need to ask for texturing or image manipulation just ask me thnx for dropping by hun.
Hi, and thanks for dropping by my sketchbook
you got lots of creative stuff going on here, but you seem to have problems with construction and proportions. I think doing gestures is a good way to get better at that stuff. here are links to some good referance stuff, espesialy lovecastle and pixlovely.
other than that you just have to slow down and try to think about the lines you put down
nice update maaaaan like the Pasta bird alot good face studies as well
The lines on the red pen sketch are terrific! Great work!
Some practise before bed sleeepyyy mood goodnight
Itís a great thing having a female hat obsession. I was calculating a bit
in the dark and realized, that itís a very positive idea to convince a female
to go totally naked and to leave only her hat on. Especially if she has some
bad hair day, or sheís going pretty much bald. But having a half bald girlfriend
is maybe not a very good idea. People might stare and ask various questions.
That animal from some bird family that loves pasta, has some Christopher Reeve
spirit within. God rest his soul. Through its eyes I realized that has some cosmic
connection. Natalia Portman is her name if I am guessing right, you did her portrait?
What a wonderful deed. I will mail her about this project. I think that she will be
very pleased. Did you know that as a child, she was always fantasizing about losing
her virginity to a frozen dark hill cave troglodyte? Her wish never came true of course,
how foolish she was. Had some phobia from the male genital for a long long time, but
she treated it successfully after many tries. Overall I like your progress, and I like
how you do black and white studies, will help you realize shapes and values more.
Also when you do gestures, remember that flow line that you have to draw first
before you start anything else. You are very great and successful already,
so keep on doing the best things.
--Ltn tnx so much for your kind words i dont deserve them,but i hope some day ill succeed and make you proud .Tnx for visiting my humble sketchbook and leaving words of poetry and beauty.
I must say naked femme plus hat is extra sexiness i am into that and i will draw something like that.I dunno its just struck me while i was out for a walk and saw a beautifull girl wearing a hat like that.
--DStraX thanx a lot for dropping by yes iam having trouble with construction especially when i do imaginitive work i ll try to fight over it with some exercises thnx again
--tj0ri dudeee whats up.Ill drop by asap
--jdavisillustration thnx a bunch m8
Anyways here are some sketches and a quick digi paint in greyscale for practising values and while you observe listen to this beautifull music by blueneck
iam going to watch sons of anarchy and sleep cya 2morow
nice update for the digital painting try to use a bigger bursh size
yes tj0ri right, and thank you so much come my thread.
Nice work so far, one thing though, when you take your time with your figures, well when you do gestures as well, make sure you always think of the underlying structure or framework of the body. Imagining a simple skeleton structure really makes it easier to lay the other forms on top, muscles and stuff, it tends to help with making your figures look strong and alive. Keep up the hard work though, you're certainly improving!
Thnx for the feedback you guys ill try harder
nice bird man
Hey man, thanks for your comment and your advice on portraits/colors. Do you have some more tutorials on skin colors. It is really
Here some linework tips. first of all, practice practice and practice.
1.Try to use your elbow and not your wrist for drawings. Feng Zhu made an impressive video about this. Check this design cinema:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3lApsNmdwM Feng is drawing with his "elbowtechnic" at about http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3lApsNmdwM ;-)
2. I tried simulating the linework of very good artists like the inkwork of moebius. And have a look on this artist. THIS is an amazing
linework, EXAMPLES: http://nicktheartisticfreak.devianta...%2F70238&qo=11
and http://nicktheartisticfreak.devianta...2F70238&qo=151 and
http://nicktheartisticfreak.devianta...2F70238&qo=194. This dude from canada
is simply great, I totally his (older) pieces.
3. Last but not least: I think you have some issues with constructive anatomy in general. THe concept artist guru kevin chen uploaded the
whole studies he had made during his classes. Very good studies.
Greetings and keep it up.
Klaustrophil thnx a lot for the aid man really insightfull stuff i have issues with construction and i dont know how to fix them thats true When ill come across the stuff about colors ill let u know
tj0ri thnx man
Some sketches and 2 value studies from mind.Damn i suck so bad
Klaustrophil Thnx again man iam fighting with construction perspective and measurement issues and that kind of information might help thnx again buddy
So here are some studies Iam still fucking up heads iam still fucking up rendering gah!!!Enough said back 2 practise.
Any tips crits and comments are much appreciated
You know that you have to do a vast amount of referenced drawings,
so your imaginary paintings and creations could go better. Itís not bad
to try yourself from time to time, and to have some fun drawing from mind,
but take care to do around 70 percent referenced or life drawings and only 20
or 30 percent of imaginary. As the objects build up in your head after time,
you can increase your imaginary ratio, and you will surely surprise yourself
with some positive things. On the girl with hat, painted from imagination I
can sense a bit of flatness, the viewer cannot really tell that the hat is really 3D-ish.
Try more values and think of round object, if the hat is round. Drawing things
from life is boring if you ask me, but itís something like a must to get better
results. The head studies are totally ok, I donít know exactly what to suggest,
except to do these drawings on a regular basis. Letís say, five or ten heads daily.
Ten days, and those are already hundred heads. You will see tremendous improvements,
and just as I said, you will surprise yourself big time. Take care till our next meeting.
Annnddd some more shitty heads
*Snake : yeah iam sticking with more photostudies thnx again!