woooooow many and i mean many hands and they all look good your work looks awesome keep it up
Awesome! You totally deserve the scholarship, do yourself proud. Keep up the good work bro.
Congratulations on the scholarship.
Id never found your sketchbook until today and you totally deserve it, youve been working hard - but keep it up and make the most of it!
I would have been all over TAD if it was around 3 years ago when i started my art education.
Keep it up and good luck with TAD
great work here. and congrats on the scholarship, I can tell you got it for a reason, even though this is my first time checking out your sketchbook. I've got a question: what media are you using for the values in those figure drawings? it looks like a graphite stick, but I can't be sure.
Thanks for all the comments guys! I really appreciate them all.
Sorry for not replying individually at the moment. My brain's kinda fried haha.
I promise I'll reply with my next update
Sorry for the bad picss...i really need to learn how to scan things properly
Any critiques would be greatly appreciated!!! I need to improve O_O
perspective stuff after watching Carl Dobksy's videos...
figure studies from dA stock pics...
some figure studies from openanewworlds' stuff...he's an anatomy master O_O
some quick sargent head studies...
Just for fun...doesn't make any sense and has tonnes of anatomical mistakes....
Last edited by mc2mc2; April 1st, 2010 at 11:24 AM.
them people need faces dude. cant believe you missed that : (
them sargent faces are weird eyes arent right : (
the image at the bottom is boring : (
by the way....
HAPPY APRIL FOOLS DAY!!
Those Figures studies are a thing of great beauty.
lens flare renaissance
I had a little look at your figures since u asked so nicely about critiques and spotted a few things. Mostly it seems to be revolving around your sort back/shoulders and then the neck. In quite a few of your figures your sort of disjointing the head a lot with a flimsy neck, the head needs to feel more rigidly connected down the spine, and to the back. maybe its because ure pushing your heads up quite high in those male figure drawings, the neck comes off as a bit dis-jointed, like the bottom 2 in this picture. Its good in some of them though. Your linework is real great too, love how it flows around the anatomy.
Hope its not too nitpicky but i thought it might be something just for your to consider and look into.
You keep a lovely sketchbook keep it up.
Loving the last figure studies!!
The redhead is gorgeous. Pencil work is nice too.
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You're putting us all to shame man, this is looking stellar... Beautiful paintings. I really like the tank speedie a lot. It all looks pretty fantastic to me. I will say that I don't quite understand where the hand that's holding the sword is going in this bottom-most painting. Nice work, sir. Nice work.
Watts school gives you good skill!
please keep it up !
You have made some excellent progress over the past three years. I think you have a handle of colour as shown from your paintings done from photo reference and you sketches look loose yet detailed. I have not much to say except keep up the hard work and I will visit here often because I really like your SB.
Seriously want to draw like you. Watts is doing you good. Your edges are superb!