Setherial: Thanks man, yeah, you should.. is quite fun, at least for me.. cheers, i'm keeping an eye on that great sketchbook of yours as well
G@m: Thanks man! uhmm... about ten minutes? the animals where a bit more longer... 15 - 20 top? cheers man
So, i finished the first part of Loomis's ''Drawing The Head And Hands'' focused on men's head... i'm done with heads for now, you can see what i ''learned'' here:
1 master Study of Nikoloaz Gyzis's ''Capuchin''
Last edited by Gpozzo; January 10th, 2013 at 02:40 PM.
I didn't know that you are doing studies from Loomis. Show us something from them next time. You are better and better. Good work!
I like it! love the patterns on your pencil studies. It's interesting how different you style is when you work with pencil.
blu01: Yeah! from a while now... i'm doing those studies on traditional, i might upload them later with some more traditional stuff, cheers mate
Zauselbart: Thanks man, yes i like doing landscapes the most, i'm looking for a very rich brushwork, one that emulates traditional medium... it's hard to find such thing but anyways thanks again.
fabriceb: I find it fun to work with pencil (obviously a need every artist has to develop) but i like to differ with different mediums in the area of style... Thanks for the comment...
Ermm, so here's an update.
These were also aimed to explore the many results i can achieve of brushwork:
Last edited by Gpozzo; October 27th, 2013 at 08:24 PM.
SMILEFACE: haha thanks man! i did enjoyed the process of doing the little man with the hat, pastels are a really nice medium, cheers
MacTire: Man, where have you been?? thanks for passing by
Revidescent: thanks, i find that if i play with brushwork the process is more fun.., cheers
Again... playing with brushes, i really like doing this...
Hey Gabriel I am so glad you visited my sketchbook as I have really enjoyed looking through yours. I love your use of colours, they look so clean and vibrant and I really appreciate the way you are breaking everything down to very strong simple graphic shapes to start. You already have quite a good eye and with you being so young it is only going to get better. I shall be watching with interest.
very inspiring stuff,i like that in those color studies it shows you put the effort to try and capture the right shape and right value as as cleanly as you can.
keep them coming
Hey man. I know it's really amateur to ask what kinds of brushes you are using... but I really do wonder which one you are using and where you picked it up? Also are you painting with 100% opacity? Are you painting without penpreasure but switching the opacity with the numbers on your keyboard? Great paintings. Love the experimental brushwork.
"Step by Step One Travels Far."~Tolkien
Awesome stuff man, love how you can really show form through very few brush strokes. Love the still life and the skulls, keep being awesome
my sketchbook- http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=235313&page=3
Hey, those teepees are great, really convincing light. And that still life is stunning, doesn't quite look finished (?) but it really feels like every mark is very carefully considered, love it.
kevin_: i'm sorry i haven't post anything from imagination mate, you know how i am, quite slow on that area.., but now i have a sketch on mind (this one is a must for me to do a propper speed painting) i promise i'll get something up, cheers
Marian Rowling: Thank you, i had a nice time browsing thru your sb, i wanted to see how my procces looks, since i really don't pay much attention to it... i just do, so that's why i'm breaking down things, it's nice to see that they are helpfull for some people, thanks for the kind comment
GrayPersona: Thanks man, i try my best, cheers!
Elias Leonard: Thanks man, its part of the experimentation with the brushwork i guess, fun stuff, cheers
TristanFletcher: No worries man, i downloaded Jamie Jone's brushes and Min Yum (bumskee) brushes from this site: http://www.pandemoniumart.net/brushes/ i have Thomas Scholes brush pack as well but i don't really remember where i got those.., i'm painting with pen pressure at 100% opacity, that method you are talking about seems quite tedious, i really don't recommend that.., cheers man
will123will: Brush experimentation is quite fun, cheers man!
Kvetch: Thanks man, yeah... not quite finished.. it is a bad habit of mine, thanks for passing by
I haven't draw a thing in 8 days now? interestingly... i really don't seem to mind about it, i suppose is because i just started going to school again, i need something to put me back on track and get productive, anyways i have some studies of moorland, i'm doing these for a sp i have in mind, so hang in there, i will bring you guys some imagination stuff, hopefully...
Here, have some monkeys:
Last edited by Gpozzo; January 18th, 2013 at 09:23 PM.
awesome studies man,like your use of the lasso tool(or at least whatever made those crisp edges).
hey mate, update please! I am sure you are preparing some super awesome update