no ref this time D;
Nuh ref. It´s a bit boring, i know, right : D
your environments look great! lovely sense of depth
thing I'd pick on is edge control with your portraits, some of those edges overall are wayy too soft, like you're afraid of making a distinct edge. Maybe take a little bit from your environments, which have great defined edges and apply it more to your portraits
great job so far though! keep it up
oh and are you using the blur tool or something? how to get such soft transitions?
Colors are awesome..yes.. And other are good too of course)
I just wondered where the girls are Ô.o
btw nice landcapes but i think they lack a bit of colour harmony
maybe feng zhu can help xD
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDPcS...eature=g-all-u (just click around in his channel)
or also this
visit my Sketchbook!
Duplicitious Thanks for pointing that out!
Artezianin Thank you.
Neyut Its just for getting views. Just kidding, haha. Thanks for the vids : )
Some police inspectors.
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Master Study from one of John William Godwards painting. Focusing on Light and Color.
Thanks for the advice guys. : )
Had a lot of fun with the research for the cow this week. But lost interest in the painting fast and rushed it a little bit. Looking forward to the next cow!
Hello, long time no see. After a small break, hopefully I will be able to upload some digital exercises again : )
Here is a material study(source: FF13- Prada). Painted over pre-processed lines of the actual image.
Texture study. Painted over pre-processed lines of actual painting. Low-res references are no fun : (
Guess the influence? (: Im not happy with the grainy textures. Will do better next time, hopefully.
@Philipp its james jean influence, haha.
@LastGen i dunno, i see many of you folks. you look all the same to me, lol.
used round brush and mixer brush. i really need to grasp the right shapes and values.
Thank you kevin! : )
Some color thumbs from ref. Last pic no ref.
Really had a thorough look at your SB and loved what I saw. I also recommend studying gesture drawing to improve your ability to draw the human form from your imagination. I recommend the following teachers: Glenn Vilippu, Michael Hampton and Mike Matessi. Awesome so far. Keep postin!
What's taters precious? Po - tay - toes!
magicpudding thanks man, definitely going to study gestures soon. also thanks for the recommendations. that will definitely save some time on looking up for learning resources!
here some master studies
The colors in your paintings are very nice. ^_^
Capt Surge thank you : )
today 2 master studies and value study
aaaaand more master studies
more and more master studies.
Hello! 2 envs
some photo studies. painting eyes are quite hard to me. any tips? i think its so difficult, because disproportions are more noticable than say hair. also do someone know how to adjust line tool size with shortcut? didnt find anything useful yet..
trying to widen visual library. dont know if it works. portrait+gestures
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