thx for all kind word boys and ladies
trying to do a good underpainting D:
method method method
awn I'm losing my skills x__x'
composition ... removing tangency
miyazaki color study
little bit lost in my own world =_=
not drawing as much as I want D:
=_= I really think I lost some skills
more studies D:
I was trying to clean up my computer and found this one D:
D: its old...I was trying to learn about animation D:
Inspirational and encouraging. Good work!
@rumpenstiltzkin : thxx
Color serious bussiness D:
trying to get back to my studies... T_T/
references from : james gurney blog, betty edwards Mastering the Art of Mixing Colors... e_e and http://www.art-paints.com
with clothes D:
art is never finished, only abandoned~Leonardo da Vinci
Great stuff! Love the sketchbook! Thank you for sharing!
J: Don't call my escorts hookers.
B: Mom's still got it!
J: I don't date whores!
L: This objectification of women has to stop!
M: It's just mom and whores...
My Sketch Book
ezekrialase and NakedZergling and : thx guys >_<
I'm trying to do more stuff everyday... But today I'm bit lazy...
trying to use almost only big brushies
Aragah : I hope I can never stop
bunda = butt in portuguese /o/
You might want to explore straight lines and angles more, everything is very soft and curvy, but sometimes it seems your figures lack those angles, like they have no bones.
Why do you post some of these images as Photoshop screenshots? You should save just the canvas, not the software screen.
Boa sorte e bons estudos!
oh thx man... and I'll try to use more straight lines
also here is why its always a screenshots
very cool studies. your quickly improving
They don't have to be screenshots. You can save individual parts by using the Slice tool to divide the image, then using File->Save for Web to select which part you want to save. If the slice lines that show up after you use it annoy you, you can do View->Show->Slices to remove them. Or you can crop and save (select, then Image->Crop or the Crop tool), but I'd suggest the first method in this case.
Just don't be lazy!
Those are some good butt paintings!
I agree with Molina's comment about focusing more on lines and sharper edges. You've got a good handle of the values and subtle shading, but the edges feel a bit weak by comparison. Try to identify the straight lines and sharp angles to add a greater sense of structure. Sometimes you need to exaggerate beyond reality to get the best effect. This Charles Bargue plate describes it much better than I can: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-1GPoN1Kmnf...g%2B%25232.jpg
Now I crop haha!
thx so much guys e_e not much to post ... sketchs I'm doing right now...
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