bread crumbs: Haha thanks man! No where near Dave, but I won't lie it was an inspiration, at least in terms of mood.
eclip-se: Thanks man! Looking forwad to seeing some work from you when you get back!
Ville_S: Thanks for the awesome observations man! I, really appreciate the time you took to well write that out and dig out that link. I'm gonna try and do what you said, time to step out of my comfort zone I think, but that moleskine away!
rinnikirun: Haha what can I say, I'm a lazy bastard, I do what's necessary. XD
WIIXD: Yeah man, I love Bridgman, I've drawn through Constructive anatomy now, err I think I did all of it, and I've done the Complete guide too I think, haha...maybe I'll go back through them again soon!
wasabi89: Thanks man, I really wanna be one of those people that have an insane grasp on values. Hmmm maybe it'll come one day soon
Merē.Jorg: Thanks you very much, and it was a pleasure going to your SB, your work is great!
Gpozzo: Thanks man! Still feeling kinda down, but better. Any improvement helps. ^_^
donm: Haha always happy to be an inspiration.
T-Eight: Oh cool man, I'm always happy to help! Glad I could. Good luck.
Jaik: Thanks man! Haha heads are still something I'm working on...really not enough...new resolution, more heads!
Hey guys, still kinda blah, nut I figured I might as well kick in an update to well make this up to date, here's the pencils from whenever...they're recent, and some studies, from well recent. I dunno I'm not keeping track well enough XD. Hope you enjoy!
I like your lines good studies, visit my small sb sometimes
Wow!! Such nice capture of the lights!!! Love this style you did - very artistic and cool.
your light bulb study is great, keep it up, and thanks for your visit in my sb
Great progress since page 1. Your kicking my ass with your dedication buddy. Keep it up!
Immoral Cintiq's Sketchbook
"Society will DRAW a circle that shuts me out, but my superior thoughts will DRAW me in." -Marva Collins
"Character is what you know you are not what others think you are." -Marva Collins
Oh man the studies!!!! Lovely!
awesome hand studies! i really like those, they look very good.
and the statue head and lightbulb ones also caught my eye.
You're getting there man! Keep up the good work! i got no crit, keep refining and diversifying when you want. you've got all the right ideas from what i see in your works.
and everyone should watch these two new Proko videos if they have not already, good stuff: http://www.youtube.com/user/ProkoTV/videos
I'm trying to study anatomy as well but to be honest I have no idea how to go about it. Have you got any tips?
Charlie R. Faerber
I like that last batch of hands that you did. They remind me a lot of those old, rotoscoped animations.
thanks for your reply on my thread, very helpful. You've got some nice clean studies in here keep it up!
You work as a beast ! Keep it, you'll become very good !
YO! Thanks for checkin my book out and leaving the Knowledge, it is much appreciated. I have spent the last hour LurKin through your SB and you my friend handle light AMAZINGLY!!
...and I am in LOVE with this piece BLOCKCOlORs
Also much respect to your Diligent work regime, your figures are Great! This guy's pose is classic, I couldnt resist lol. hope you dont mind
Hey Your doing great, love the light bulb!
I think your weakest area is the perspective on face. Really try to get the ball and perspective correctly. Your eyes are really flat, the lids aren't following the sphere of the eyeball.
Have a nice one ~
PS: you know who i am
matejkovacic: Thanks a ton man! I like the light too.
Matija Vuk: Thanks, I'll make sure I stop by sometime soon. ^_^
el eiko one: Thanks a ton!
Cabbage Caterpillar: Thanks! I wish I new what piece/s you were talking about. ^_^
n1frit: Thanks man!
kevin_: Thanks dude I will.
Matindas : Haha everyone loves that light bulb eh, and no prob.
Immortal Cintiq: Haha thanks! I will.
Pete Hidalgo: thanks Pete.
Shahan: Thanks man, I'm just trying to figure it all out at once haha. So much. Oh and thanks for the Proko vids I, they're awesome.
Mike L: Haha thanks Mike! I'm gonna pick you're brain when school starts, if you don't mind.
Tef: Thanks Tef! I need to drop by your SB soon and see how you're doing.
phoenicorn: Thank you and no problem. I wish I new what you were referring to, it sounds interesting.
CR Faerber: Hey man I'll post this here, but I'll drop by your SB and say some stuff too. But, as far as anatomy goes, I've always found that repetition works best for me to actually get it. I mean, you can look through my SB and see that I've done the same bridgman studies many times...maybe it isn't the most efficient way but for me it really helps to get things to stick. I mean there's repetition, and another thing is just studying everythign you can get your hands on...uhm and I guess paying attention to how the muscles insert...damn I really should formulate this into a proper answer not just a stream of consciousness. I promise when I drop this in your book it'll make sense.
Shadow Stalker: Oh wow, thank you for the amazingly nice words!
snacks ex machina: Oh haha, I never noticed that neat!
jabbit: No problem and thank you very much!
HabchiYoussef: Haha thank you, and hopefully with any luck!
QPK: Oh wow man thank you very much, for someone to spend an hour looking at my stuff, that's insane. Haha I feel special now ^_^ Thanks for making my day. And that "paintover" is awesome.
wuomin: No words just, -_-
Here's something I did cause I was out all day, and when I sat down I decided I wanted to draw a naked plastic chick with an exploding head...uhm yeah...it's been a long day. Proper update coming sometime this weekend ^_^
Nice work bud!
I think im gonna start throwing out loadsa little sketches on one page like you do, seems like an efficient way to practice positions and what ever else.
thanks for the idea, look forward to more work!
Charlie R. Faerber
I love those hand studies and the two ink drawings...I really like the thick brush lines...and the light blub one almost looks like a photo.Thanks for checking out my sketchbook and giving encouragement. I definitely want to go back and look through your sketchbook from the beginning...my Bridgman Complete Drawing is suppose to arrive on Monday...I am excited about getting it...are there any other books you recommend for Anatomy or perspective...I really need to work on those. Thanks! Look forward to your next post.