what you're gonna be seeing here are probably anatomy and figure studies, some photo studies, portraits, drawings etc.
i'll start the ball rolling with some older stuff. im not posting all the old stuff cos there's alot, but enough to show i hope
of course all c&c are welcome.
figure drawing from magazines 31march
figure drawing from loomis' 29april
some arm studies from last week or so- they are actually many pages fitted into one image. from loomis and bridgeman
a pencil portrait i did some time ago
digital photo studies
i have used a mouse for the digital stuff here but now i've a wacom intuos.
Last edited by Yina; December 26th, 2006 at 06:32 AM. Reason: update
That portrait and the digital stuff rocks, dude/dudette (whichver you may be). Though I am wondering what is on that girl's lap...
janshi: dudette we need more females here.
viag: thanks! still working on it.
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Last edited by Yina; July 31st, 2004 at 01:14 AM.
Nice stuff Yina, the detail on the colour pieces is amazing, especially when you're rendering hair! :cool:
time to revive a dead sketchbk.
i recently started school, im enrolled in a digital media design course and we've been doing some drawing and stuff.
so here's some old and new stuff. some are school work while others are my own studies or drawings for fun.
from the old to the new:
self portrait -- we have to do one daily -- traditonal media
started learning perspective in class too.
colour theory class: painting with gouache. my 1st time painting traditionally, fun.
irrelevant stuffs again
omg, i love the digital stuff :chug:
wow. these are awsome! especially those digital photo studies.
Yeah that painting literally looks like a photo. Your eye is very nicely trained....
looking good Yina, you have a great handle on rendering and light, and alot of good studies. My suggestion would be to do lots of gestures now to break some of the rigidness in some of the figures. You hear that alot but it really does help [me] in understanding figures, looks like you already have a good handle on anatomy.
keep em coming nice sketches
you seem to have a virtue I´m lacking atm: Patience. It really shows in your rendered stuff, digital and graphite. What you have to practise imo is some loosening up and getting a sound base for free drawing - but this is just a matter of practise and you did a great start.
Hope to see more of your development in future!
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more stuff, nothing spectacular but trying to keep it daily.
sp that turned out too stiff and rendered looking : /
other stuffs mostly studies and scribbles
oc fun with a friend
fipse: thanks for the feedback, im hoping to improve and loosen up my drawings so keep criting : )
liam: hey thanks for the pm, if not i might have just left the thread for dead!
some_guy: thanks dude!
prostate sunrise, steak-ron: i agree totally! trying to do more gesture drawings now, any tips to offer?
endregan: thanks! it is good training for the eye while doing photo studies.. : )
xia: love your stuff, glad you found time to leave a comment here,thanks!
southerncomfort: heh, you too! hope i can get my engine started and going..
ruther: glad you like! thanks!
Last edited by Yina; July 26th, 2004 at 03:58 PM.
hey yina! im really impressed with your digi work! it's just pure awesome.. hhe i lack in that department.. anyways.. keep those sps and studies coming! we want to see more =)
arghmisfit: thanks, i'll try to update at least once every few days ^^;
liam: thanks dude!
angela: thanks, just keep practicing! glad you like my stuff.
*trying to keep it daily*
quick colour with ps, maybe half an hour to 45 mins
Wow! I wonder where your skills are? LoL Your digital skills are amazing! Especially the photo refs. I can't imagine the patience you must have! I get bored. I'm pretty bad about wanting immediate results with my art. You really seem to take the time and it's lookin' really good. Great studeies too. You're already improving! Keep it up!
playing with painter
Last edited by Yina; July 28th, 2004 at 11:45 AM.
Yina, love your style and ideas. Very talented.
Agreed, lets see some figure drawing!
you're good girl!
Wow, you rendered that plastic very well! You're going to be smoking w/ a wacom!!!