Hot chick she looks a lot better now than in the previous version. Must be the face I guess... nice work.
How would you say your drawing is affecting your mental health? Is the stress worth it? Do you have any regrets about your life and the way you were born?
Yeh it can't be fun. But we both like comic books.
Yes! And I must thank you for being one of the only pages I've visited not filled up with naked people. I hope you become as good as Leonardo Da Vinci, because your ambition demands it. How many years did it take for him to become brilliant?
nice! keep at it master. lets see somemore of those studies too!
peace. ill get around to updating my book with some traditional stuff soon. ive shyed away from the computer recently.
k peace. talk to u later.
Wow i go away for a little while and you get all good!! Great job on the faces, i will have to admit that the skull studies must have helped now! Arrg!! Keep up the good work! I hope you get some markers soon.
nice. one quickie tho. the hand seems a lil too small. with a glove and all too.
on both those last ones.
keep on posting.
August 29th post is great! Colors, rendering, pose and concept are all really cool. If anything maybe pick some more lively colors for the dark shadows of the jacket? You're improving loads, both your paintings and your linework. Keep it up.
thx for the suggestion Boogie, I was stumped figuring out with colors to go with. Totally forgot about the brow on the guy too, thx for spotting that, Oki.
I keep a "little brown book" next to my bed and sketch in it the first thing in the morning. Not practical by any mean, just a gimmicky thing I do haha.
Last edited by Master 25 Days; September 9th, 2006 at 06:02 AM.
Very nice, I really like the back ground color you picked. The fix up I think is a better pose all together. Ah,the little brown book, i personally like the idea, I allows some one to get in a little bit more practice and a chance to really understand themselves a bit more. Kinda like a diary.
sweetness. you should keep pushing that peice. could be a nice portfolio peice.
hmm, yah he kinda looks comfortable, but he looses a bit of it by the elbow, it looks like mabey he's trying to hard to lean his cheek on his hand. spread it out more, give more of a horizontal presence. and use more swoopy lines like the ones in the hem of his coat. ads to that sway that i think ur trying to get. kinda like the lines are water logged and soggy in certain places. anyhow, keep it up, good stuff.
I really like the face, it seems to be very well done.
And I would have to agree with the lines. They seem to short and scratchy in some places.
I like the overall gesture, but I can't clearly see the elbow of his right arm. Maybe that's a detail, but it might help to show that he's resting his head on his hand.
By the way, what's that white spot doing on his eye ?
These are quite beautiful - and some are so economical when it comes to putting down lines.
That racing against the clock feeling is good, though - makes you focus and not meander about getting it done. I find that some of my favorite pieces of mine are the ones that I did in a white hot flash, short and to the point and quickly put down...with little time to worry and love and belabor the lines.
These are quite something - I look forward to seeing more!
I looked at yours, now you look at mine...sketchbook here
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