And another Bimbo study... I mean artistic nude
And two portraits. The first is my favorite. The second is mostly a shading study.
Another bimbo... ups, I ment artistic nude
Problem with references that have implants is that the boobs are difficult to draw.
This is a portrait yet to be finished. The referance is from one of Andreas Bitesnich's photos (don't know who he is, but has some cool b&w photos on the net).
Only pencils used are 2B, 4B, 6B and 8B from Cretacolor.
And after a total 6 hours:
Great sketchs. Some of them look a bit off, but your getting there just keep them coming. Good stuff.
Sorry I've been busy with other stuff and haven't found the time to post for a while
still need to work on the hands a little, they look like chiken claws
This is a portrait of a friend of mine. Scuze vudu..
nice stuff mate, just one advice, try to make some life drawings from references that will make u improve.
Great portraits, I'm still getting to grips with them myself - nice to see how you build them up. I do like your artistic nudes.
Thx for the advise, will do
Glad you enjoied.
I'd say this has a very promising look to it for a fellow who's got little formal training and who recently picked up drawing once more. You can definitely tell you're mapping out the shapes and anatomy.
It's interesting that a lot of your drawings have a nice 40's-50's vibe to them.
Visit my just a tad bit strange sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=224247
My comic "Miss Doomsday" (here on CA): http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=223608
My comic "Opey the Warhead" (also here on CA):
Hello there, nice studies Try to establish some core shadows, cast shadows and reflected light, this will greatly improve your drawings. Take some photos with objects under direct light, notice the edge between light and shadow.
Draw some simple objects, like the sphere for example. Spend more time on actual observation.
Hope this will help you, cheers!
A colleague of mine brought her two kids and two nephews to the office one day after hours. I drew something for her little son earlier and he now asked me to draw (quote): "a Frankenstein monster with bolts to his neck and head and his brain spilling out..." :-)
For a 5-6 y.o., he really has an active imagination
Couldn't let the kid down, so here is the result. Give the drawing to the kid's mom' the next day and now I'm waiting to heare his reaction
Looking through some old stuff, I also found this one. I think I drew this some 13 years ago when I was 12. Brigs back memories
Hey Dac, good dedication. I am glad to see you putting in the effort. Three things right now, firstly really spend time on your studies and drawings. Make sure you push them to a finish level. Secondly, clean up your lines, think before you put down any stroke and make sure to make one or two long sweeping lines instead of many scratchy ones. Finally do more work from imagination, that way you'll be improving your imagination works. Good luck
Thks for the advise, I will keep that in mind. Light and shadow is something I'm going to work on. I have it in my head (light sources and how light hits objects etc.), still can't really get it on paper that well. Maybe I need to resort to simple observation.
Thank you for the kind words and advice
What can i say there is no secret just keep them drawing coming good stuff.
keep it up your going to be great