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Here are some of my latest sketches, some are done from ref, and some without. The anatomy stuff is mainly from Jeno Barcsays Anatomy for the artist book. Hope you can cope with the rather long download time, and thanks for taking a look
more to come soon.
Last edited by Inkfish; January 4th, 2008 at 03:59 AM.
Some good studies there, BUT the images that actually get my attention were the demon and armour pics. Very nice.
my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
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Hey dude, how's it going? Thought I'd drop by and stain your SB. Your latest sketches look great, real nice values. Love the armor on this: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...h/43a18395.jpg
Keep 'em coming!
lukavi hi man, nice to see you here and thanks for the compliments!
SEVANS thanks for the kinf words
sone_one i sure will! studies are a blast
More stuff from my sb. some line drawings from life, i tried to draw just the outlines and tried not to render them at all (with varying success)
the scans turned out to be fucking huge, sketches are bout 250% larger than in real life (so you could see the shaky lines )
random crap lying on my messy table
i don't know... maybe i'll throw some colour on this sketch later
Last edited by Inkfish; October 18th, 2005 at 05:01 PM.
wow, that skeleton warrior stands out amongst the rest. really great job, would love to see it colored. in your life studies however the proportions of your faces seem to be off. i think you are making the eyes to large in relation to the rest of the features.
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Very nice, you've got the anatomy down perfectly. Your pencil works surpass your others I think especially the way you've built up the armour on certain characters.
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Lazy Gun i don't know about perfect anatomy, still need a lot of practice, but thanks
max1975 no ref used. First 2 are loosely based on roman armour, but modified quite radically, the last one kinda based on those previous 2 but some mods... thanks for the compliments
cthomp just regular pencils, i mainly use 4b and graphite. Thanks for stopping by
Sawa thanks i'll post more if i get a prermission from the higher authority
ApolloNuevo damn man, you are right about the eyes. inking without sketch is quite hard, but i luuv it
here are some quickies done in oc, about 20 mins each
Last edited by Inkfish; October 19th, 2005 at 09:36 AM.
quickie from today
decided to call it quits, a big thank you to everybody who helped me in my cc-thread.
Last edited by Inkfish; October 20th, 2005 at 06:22 PM.
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Really nice ones , I like your line a lot but I can see that u easily get frustrated and get yourself in to a point that you don´t know how to continue anymore and then you lose your line. am I right or wrong? and that´s a great reminder for all of us muista se anatomia, remember the anatomy. I think the anatomy book that you are using isn´t so good after all. The shadings on that book are blurry. see if u can find some other anatomy books, i prefer russian ones.
but really nice!!!
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yeah, spot on. I'm trying to better my line economy nowadays. I've never seen any russian anatomy books, but i bet they must be really accurate, from what i've heard about art schools in st. Petersburg the studying methods are quite hard there.
some sb stuff, most of them refd. Photographs and ye olde caravaggio.
Indeed, awesome piece of arts - great anatomy sketches, nice creatures and a lot of ideas flow in here :3 Nice works.
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wow great sense of values here ink, that first drawing is just great, great shading also.
You have also done lots of studies too Keep on posting and good work
Thanks for the replies guys!
Qxzi Thanks man, i try to do studies everytime i have little time
Placeboast i hope have some sense in what way to keep going, but more likely it's just a matter of putting in the hours
some more stuff. first is a doodle i did in oc, then ps. rest are studies from photographs.
theQuill thanks mate
some nonsense from today
Really cool work lately, especially on the faces. The kid in #15 is my favorite. Neat hair.
You seem to be having a little trouble keepying the eyes even with each other...I have the same problem. I'd suggest leaving them roughed in for a while to make sure they look right before you go in and define them with darks, but it's tricky because I think it's often that last step where they slide out of alignment. Just something to watch out for.
max1975 thanks man!
you caught me on the eye alingement it's something i have a tendency to overlook when i do stuff fast
some stuff from today, a speedpaint
excelent linework and smoothness in your pieces. keep drawing man, love to see even more. cheers.
Jtoonsthanks for the kind words!
fresh scans from my sb:
max1975 thanks, i think the spoon in a pint turned out pretty well too, not too keen about the closeup picture though :/
some stuff i forgot to add previously
Hey, man. There are some nice stuff in here. I esp. like that bird on the top. Try to make a rendered piece without the smudge stick. It will force you to tink more about the strokes you apply with your pencil. In my experience, the drawings will get alot more consistent.
Keep it upppp!!!!
n0fish you are right, i tend to overuse the smudge stick quite abit, it's a habbit i'm trying to teach myself out of i guess the same rule aplies to the smudege stick than ps filters, the less, the better (or something like that.)
Thanks for stopping by!
here is a quickie from today, haven't done that much digital lately, mostly traditional, i'll try to scan em asap.