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Thanks Slav. Cool works in your book too.
Photoshop doodling for fun again.
Sketches sketches. It seems I post once a month these days
Man I thought I was joking about that monthly thing.
But now its time for a drawings dump.
I posted these in the finally finished section a while ago but decided to spam them in here too. They are all oils and acrylics.
Yeah I saw them before at finally finished, I really liked them at the time and I still like them now. Great colors and composition.
Been doin' some studies for the past few months. These dravings are done under instruction. Note that the cast ear was pimped by my teacher. Rest are more or less mine. All are graphite on paper.
That last post was a bit boring. This is a bit more fun. I did this skateboard design for a competition.
a quick painting from today
Aaaand a quick scetch again
Last edited by Antti; December 10th, 2008 at 05:06 PM.
Strong graphical style of your own and dynamical drawing here, really impressed! you should update more often i think so we would see more...
How much have you practiced anatomy in these 2 years of your sketchbook?
MY SKETCHBOOK IN BIG LETTERS: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=116474
COMPLETE LIST OF THE FORGOTTEN SKETCHBOOKS: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=1#post1992378
I'm trying to start updating more often again. I was so busy for a few months I didn't even have energy to post my stuff in here. I've been painting and drawing a lot though.
As for the anatomy thing. I havent really seriously done anatomy studies in ages. I did some loomis etc. stuff couple of years back. I've been doing life drawings and studies though. These days I've been thinking of starting to practice anatomy again.
Did some tweaking on this
Couple ones from today. I started playing with fuzzy edges.
I got pictures of couple of portrait paintings I've done at school. They are oils (burnt umber and white) from life.
But... why?? Why such few persons pay attention to your stuff??? You deserve more !! Killer stuff seriously!
Your line quality is awesome, and there is equal interesting skills in your paintings! + I totally love the subjects and graphic vocabulary!
your paintings are gorgeous man, although the features on those last two look eerily similar. Love the board design, great stuff.
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...99#post2372999 <- sketchbook...
http://woopatworks.blogspot.com/ <- Blog...
Thanks guys. Maybe I didn't quite nail the likeness of the models. They are also done from the same angle and in identical lighting. dunno. I'm gonna try harder with the facial features next time.
I'm spamming studies here again. I ran out of time with this one... I'm going to post more when I get them photographed.
This stuff is just plain sick. I love post 156... you have some really amazing things going on here. You going to school for art? (edit: I guess that is obvious... what school?)
"Art is the proper task of life. "
Damn you are awesome. You don't mind stalking your thread, do you?
I just got a B.A degree (or something close to it) in last June.In september I started a one year program where I study drawing and painting fundamentals under teachers from st. Petersburg's Art Academy. Cheers guys!
A little something...
Thanks for the crit PieMonster. Nice to have some feedback.
This was a tricky assignment. We were to portray a mode from three different angles. Don't think I really nailed the likeness in all of them.
I'd really like to hear some feedback from this.
really like the surreal stuff just absurd enough and the graphic touches set them of to a tee.
On the last piece your shading is pretty damn good as a whole, but your measurement of the faces is off. The middle portrait has a considerably longer face/forehead. The right hand portrait has a more masculine face structure, nose is more rounded, jaw is stronger than the other two.
Oh you went to Kotka!
That is great. This stuff is totally awesome. You are going yo be GREAT!
Sorry for my poor english
My life drawings