Hey, this is amazing. I see you have a very very good understanding of lighting... I was wandering if you were planning your tonal values before the actual rendering or if you just went through it by just observing ( I mean is it understanding the light source and planning your plains of tonal value or observing and transcribing onto your drawing). Because this is the problem I'm having right now, I get kinda get confused with the different values while rendering... and again, FANTASTIC WORK !!!
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Last edited by Dished; October 27th, 2010 at 07:41 PM.
This is fantastic work man ...... I wish i could draw like you .....
designer356- I thought you were joking( it made me laugh), but looking at your work I can see you were serious. Unless you're learning correct anatomy from somewhere, making it up out of your head will actually slow you down. It's A TRAP!
McClean-thanks man, just workin hard, hopefully you'll be around soon.
In5ane-thanks man, respect back at you.
Pear3-I actually combine the two. I render the 3d form planning the plane values and thinking about the light fall off, and make adjustments to the value depending on the local value of what I observe. I first practiced the 3d planning with all white plaster casts to take out the extra variable.
Dished-Thanx, tho ur 5 minute doodles have better lines and delicate renders .
ipranwake- thank you, work while you wish and it'll happen
Thx for the tip about the white 3d plaster casts. Ill try it !!!
Yeah man, here's what I was doing with 'em at the atelier. Guess these are finished, so it's going in my thread. Started with simpler ones and ended up with color paintings.
Last edited by Blue Severin; October 30th, 2010 at 05:09 AM.
These are gorgeous - I love the fact that you've left some parts undone - gives a sense of importance to the part you have......very inspiring.
Amazing works. Just crazy. I was wondering what size paper you used for these? I'd assume you'd need a pretty decent size to really have room for such clean gradations. Is the paper pretty smooth or do you just fill in the "bumps" with a sharp pencil like you said on any texture of paper?
How about the size of canvas/paper for the cast drawings and paintings? Just curious, thanks.
Again, inspiring work.
awsome sketching, have a nice stractures
keep it up mate
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You're awesome. If I was as awesome as you, I'd be able to die happy.
Oh, oh, oh, I wonder the same things that untouched, size of papers etc. And what range of pencils do you use? Tell me.. tell me everything!
Those pencil works are at 100%. The best.