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Hey Zombie , haven't visited in awhile sorry about that . Seems like your keeping your self busy with the studies. Its great to see your doing those. The only things I see at the moment is you should try and push your contrast more, don't be afraid to get a little dark in your sketches. Just to note try and really learn from your studies and apply those to your own designs. Something I need to work on myself. Its also good your mixing up and doing your stuff and not just the studies, have to experiment with new stuff at some point, I would go insane with just the studies. keep it up, just keep focusing on your anatomy but really push it toward your own stuff, I think that way you might enjoy it more. Also it might not hurt to practice some still life studies, and setup a strong light source so you can work on your lighting and values. Happy drawing
Thanks for taking your time Yautja I'll try to push my values further. I'll try some still life too, thanks for your advice!
Here's some face studies for today:
Last edited by Zombie_dla; April 28th, 2007 at 11:48 AM.
Great studies you have going here.
Don't be afraid to go darker with your shading in certain areas.. and leaving other areas lighter, experiment.
Keep em coming...
Hey zombie, really like the head on the right side. very cool guy. Oh I figured you might like this site. http://basangpanaginip.blogspot.com/...downloads.html If you scroll down a little you will see a few art books you can download in pdf format. I found them pretty useful.
Thanks everyone for your comments! They're really helpful, keep pushing me! Sorry for being absent for so long. I've been quite busy.
Thanks, Yautja, once again! You're great help as usual
Here's some recent stuff:
Hey, thanks for posting in my SB. It seems like you've gotten the anatomy pretty well conceptualized, but the step after learning the muscles is to learn how they interact and how they function in order to create realistic, believable figures.
Judging from your last posted figure: http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1176666172
I'm guessing you have an exaggerated anatomy book such as Hogarth's. Compare your figure to Dorian's from the forums: http://www.stylestation.ch/discussio...1143999485.jpg
There are some obvious differences, such as how much bulk each of the figures possesses, but you should still try to give yours a similar look. You can show muscles and anatomy and still make believable figures, simplify the skin some and try to pose the figure as if his whole body was working towards balancing the figure, give the pose function even if it is erratic. Try out drawing some gestures of poses, basic drawings with using as few lines as possible to try and capture the balance and rhythm of the figure without worrying about anatomy. Hope any of this helps, but remember the best thing is practice .
Thanks Kvick for pointing that out. I've been studying faces mostly but I'll try some full body sketches and try to get a more natural look, It should be good practice. Really appreciate your help
I'm a slow updater now, sorry about that. I just got a loot of thing on my mind right now, It's really sucking away my creativity. Anyhow, here's something:
Heya Zombie, thanks for always dropping by my sketchbook! Anyhow, I can see definite improvements on your faces man. Just keep on going, no matter what life is throwing at ya (since you said you got lots of stuff on your mind). Don't give up!
Thanks for your encouragement, Couch I'm just posting some random stuff here, tiny update.
Ok, another update.
thx for dropping by,
nice activity on here, do you know the loomis books? they are around the web, just google, they are worth gold, i use them and i tthink everyone should, too. keep this up n cu!!
Nice Sketches, but keep practicing your backs
Risen from the Dead
I think Zombie have the Loomis books lol. Look carefully, I'll bet money that at least two of the human poses in his last post come from Loomis pages haha.
Right Zombie?????? (Say yes even if it's not, it's my money we're talking here!!11!!)
lol, anyhow, thanks for dropping by bud. Keep up the good work!
Sorry, sorry. I'm so lazy I should be punished... hard!
Well, I guess you're half-right since one and a half poses are from Loomis (sorry couch )
Thanks for all your comments, they're really helpful. You guys stear me in the right direction, so to say
Here's some random stuff... really random stuff.
lol, slime bucket with too many eyes, wow....
Anyhow, draw more you lazy bum! (And you cost me a bet!!11! :p )
Small update before bed. Really need to get new pencils
Mini update: Some light experiments and my second portrait. This time it's a girl I don't know (but would like to know ). Didn't turn out that well though...
I agree with Rhine, crosshatching is incredibly fun to do. Plus it will increase the quickness of your lines.
Great studies! Your dedication shows!
"Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter." -Oscar Wilde
Thanks, people! I'll be sure to try some cross-hatching, never been good at that, but I guess it's useful to know.
Thanks Kat, really appreciate your support.
Sorry I can't give you more than this for now:
Ok, some updates from today. Another portriat, my third, a friend of my named Eva-Christine. Turned out ok I guess, eyes a little big though. also some really quick zombies and a foot study.
Yo bomb, lookin' good! better than mine! Some scary stuff also mhmmm..! take care
Thanks for dropping by my sketchbook sooo here I am at yours! I'm impressed with the amount of studies you've done, especially the torso. Are you working from a book? The next obvious step forward would to start doing some life drawing! Which is very fun. I'll take you up on that suggestion to do more hand studies, I such at them too.
Yes, and crosshatching is a good technique to acquire. Remember to vary the length of your stokes according to and follow natural curves and lines with the hatches.
Hi! thanks for dropping by my sketchbook. Keep doing those studies, you're doing a great job.
Great job sticking to those figure studies. I would suggest that you lay out a line of action and some underlines to keep everything squred away and in proportion. In the last piece his shoulder and chest is higher on the left side. Keep up the good work!!
Thanks for all the comments folks! Here's some stuff I did tonight; Two guys from imagination and a portrait of a friend (Jujyfruits here at CA, check her SB out!).