It's amazing how long you get to work on life drawings at your school! I could only dream I get 8 days to do a figure. The time spent on them was worth it, very nicely done. Makes me wanna do figure studies again. Well more of them.
My observational skills may be great but i said nothing about my drawing skills
My Sketchbook - College Years
My Sketchbook - High School
Please comment on my deviant art I need friends T-T
BUY MY SHIRTS PLEASE - They're awesome.
I didn't blink for the longest time while admiring your pictures, your stuff is really amazing!
I first saw your art on the atelier stockholm website/tumblr
JUst saw your Gollum backpack girl on reddit this morning funnily enough. Didnt realise that was you.
Really like the quality of light in the cryptids pieces. What's your split on a piece like that in terms of time spent on lineart, composition, values, color, lighting & effects?
Oh my god.
Wow, you improved greatly since the first page
Holy cheese balls your stuff is amazing. Subscribing and art stalking now. Sorry I don't have any crit to help, just want to say that jumping from page 1 to 143 is freaking inspiring.
Your progress is ridiculously inspiring. Thanks for sharing!
I'm liking your stuff but the figure drawings look very mechanical and not forms in nature. I guess what I'm trying to say is that they look like sculptures instead of flesh. I think that's something you could aim for if you wanted to. I would suggest looking at some of Ryan Wurmser's work and the guy who influences him so much, Rubens. Finding variance in form, abstracting the figure more would, I think, ramp up your work's quality and your personal understanding, unless you like the look of overly planar/mechanical, illustration formatted forms over more fine art-ish, natural forms. Just a suggestion! cheers.
Sketchbook > http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...13#post3372113