Walid D: thanks for coming back, man
DanielC: thanks, and push I will
Nightblue: haha thanks
Josef K.: thanks, dunno if it rules, but i need to change it up soon....
Natzuur-JK: then you should practice to be better than me...
Just started on a new Skecthbook, finished my other one, took about a month, though. I like this sketchbook cause the paper is really good, almost bristle-ish, but it about $18. =O
Just more workshop studies and a class homework sketch for a guache painting
I must subscribe, your lines absolutely trip me out!
Great stuff man. Keep it up
Wow, incredible! I'm really loving the life and figure drawings. Especially the recent one of the city melting into a figure. Are the recent doubled line figures done without an under sketch? They're absolutely beautiful!
Did some more workshop studies tonight, but i'll scan them in tomorrow cause im lazy...and my scanner sucks. Thanks for the comments everyone!
JustinBeckett: Thanks, I will certainly keep pushing...
Alm0st: thanks, trippy is a good word lol
bigfooTrooper: more like a silver, I needs more practice to get to diamond....
PieMonster: yea, i really need to work on my pencils more. too much life studies...
CLYKE: Thanks, i try to do something new...i guess it's not new...
misael: I will, thanks
zhonked: Thanks. No, all my sketchbook life studies are drawn directly, mean i start at one point like the eye and expand out without blocking in the structure.
this red line sheets are wonderfull. more!
spank me hard.... this is great.
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*bow* I second, third, fourth... whatever, everyone has said here. *subscribes and 5 stars*
Thanks for the reply, that sounds like a great way to train your hand and eye. I'll definitely have to try it out. In the mean while I'll just keep coming back to look at your work for motivation. Can't wait to see even more
Walid D: Thanks for stopping by again, man! Your sketchbook page is awesome as well!
Iruka: Thanks for the comment, i'm flattered to hear the word beautiful because that's what i'm trying to convey in my style, I hope it gets better.
donalfall: thanks man!
Wasker Thanks, man. The double lines are a process i use to get accuracy. If the first line doesn't get the likeness, the second one will most likely do. It's my philosophy,i guess....
algenpfleger: i dunno about unique...it's been done quite a lot...i guess..
dariocoelho: don't flatter me like that, they are plenty that are better, I'm sure of it.
Raileyh fo shizzle
Cella: thank you, Cella!!!
Ashab: thanks, I haven't heard the word "proper", that's cool...
zhonked: yeah, man. like I said to Wasker: try doing the first line as best as you can, the second line is it's reinforcement( it has to help the first line be dead on to the model/object/etc.) It helps if you look at your model more than your sketchbook/pad and study the angle of each plane change. It takes time for instant accuracy with just one stroke, that's why i use this method. Of course this only pertains to life drawing not imaginative and other stuff...
Pyroclasm00:thanks. i kinda explain my process to zhonked if you want to read...
a sketch of my intersection in front of the coffee shop i go to everyday. It's right besides my apartment.
The other is a random imagination sketch.
Damn, love those lines... and the subtleties in your renders give a very rich effect. Thanks for sharing!
I love how you can convey emotion into everything it's so smooth Great stuff!!
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