A new environment. Gonna need to do a lot of these for the new job...
The one major downside to starting this new job is that I wont be able to go to the life drawing workshops anymore... Ehh, working with Syd Mead's partner outweighs that, I think..Next monday will be the last one for a while.. Here was today's workshop drawings..
2's n 5's:
10 mins, I actually really like how these came out:
I dont know why this took me 20 mins to do but it did:
5mins to finish it off.. i was getting tired and hungry, and it shows..
something i did from a photo on the way to work.. about an hour and a half or so.. i think i need to work on tighteing up in critical areas..
i dont usually draw on the bus ride to work, but today i happened to ride on a bus that had the seats configured perfectly for my sketching people... then there happened to be some fairly attractive girls sitting across from me.. so you know what i had to do.. this took about an hour and a half.. lots of layers used here actually.. since people tend to like my line drawing more, i included the 5 min sketch:
cool stuff man.
i was wondering, what kind of tablet pc do u have? i have a gateway i got last year but it isnt pressurre sensitive with corel or PS. but it works with sbpro and art rage.
is yours the same?
im sorry if you already answered this in the thread but, i went thur the pictures but didnt realy read anything... sorry man.
Very very impressive! wow. wow wowy wow wow.
i have a fujitsu t4215.. i dont have pressure sensitivity problems with any program..
but I think you could save lots of time and confusion on the busridepaint for example if you blocked those multiple colourdots more into single big shapes of colour. More like, painting than drawing/ hetching.
Love your line.
blacky - thanks. I actually like the patchiness of it a bit more, it has a lot more energy to it than if i tried to be very careful with it.. there's the sense of urgency that happens when you try to capture someone in changing lighting conditions and positions..
Having to stare at a computer cuz you have to starts to wear you down a bit, so I had to switch it up one time.. went to the ca.org atelier on the rare free day I have, used some good ol pencils on my sketchbook.
the methods I use in drawing environments start to bleed a little bit into my figures in the short poses....
rust is definitely showing in these people sketches
Yeah its been 3 months since I went to a figure drawing workshop. It isn't usually that long between workshops for me, so I was glad I was able to go this last saturday to the workshop at the conceptart.org atelier.. Here ya go:
Nice stuff mainloop, i didn't know you were working on a tablet pc I guess i was sitting a little bit away from you but in any event it was good to see you. And great figure work as usual i see it didn't take you long to get back into the swing of things. Well i hope to see you again next saturday at the CA workshop.
Tonight was the first time I'd ever gone to a workshop held by the Dr. Sketchy crew... Very nice vibe there, the model was into what she was doing, and the people were respectful enough.. the venue had more of a lounge atmosphere than a classroom, which is a nice welcome especially after work. Here's my sketches
These days Im much more interested in the form than just line, though I try to make those as pretty as possible
there's a few here I like:
trying a shading technique in sketchbook pro that is close to my traditional shading technique:
top left was a mixture of observation and imagination, she never really held that pose:
This was my favorite drawing of the evening, not cuz its perfect, (the head is too big, facial features a bit misaligned) but because of the relative ease that the face came to me, it was close to just how i wanted to portray her face...
greta art i lovw this SB!!!!
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your hand must flow like water to get line like that...shit!!
nice flow in everything, i'm feeeelin it.
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nice figure work! I really like the skin tone colors!
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