Hey bhanu, your output is as good as ever.
You really ought to procure a scanner
At long last! Stars!
Congrats mate, you deserve them well.
Digging your updates, like the sense of movement you're achieving in some of your sketches, adds a wonderful dynamic to your drawings and gives them life. Clean up some of your values here and there and you'll be a big step closer to nailing your values. Once the dirtyness and fuzzyness is gone, you will automatically start looking for mistakes, and you'll be closer to fixing them. That said, I really like what I see and I like how much I see. Kudos my friend.
One can learn a great deal sketching directing with pen and ink.
It takes a little more forethought about what you want a line to accomplish before you draw it.
overall some pretty interesting stuff. You need to learn how to draw some feet though mate...and get off the lined paper .__________.
something that might help you with your acrylics, is doing the opposite of watercolors, and painting from dark to light.
it seems you are mostly drawing from photo reference, get outside more and draw from life like that museum trip!
with this title i think you need to produce wwaaaaaaaay more girls playing with themselves...
keep it coming man.
ps where do you live in india? i'm reading a really interesting book about life in mumbay called maximum city...
check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)
check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)
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oy haven't visited here in ages;
looking good man! definitely seeing improvements
last one's killer, keep going!
I've been checkin around your sketchbook for a little while, youre doin some great studies! Most definetly keep it up.
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thanbks for the comments guys and for the stars,
ALexC-My art....beautiful, ,,awwww thanks man.I havent really tried Gouche much though,heard its a lot more like oils than Wc so , lets see.thanks for the stars man.
Jeri-THanks for dropping man, scanned a bane for every artist. Need one fast.
Brendan-thanks for the advice man, will keep my stuff cleaner , its hard but no hard enough.
MEntler-THansk the wise words O bone doctor.WIll apply them as much as I can.
Texahol-HEy man , its nice to see you here. YOu thread is very much inspiring. HMm black to white, didnt give it much thought.Will do.ANd even though I want to , its too muich heat out there, lets see.
Tensai-Ahh yes more of those, I do need more of those. I will post some as soon as I draw them. I am from Delhi, The capital of India. Dont read many books so I dont kno that one, but if you interested to know more about mumbai you should also read sacred games, by VIkram CHandra. cool book. too many pages though.
BOOM-Hey man , thanks for the comments.
Mr.delicious-AHh ncie to see you here, glad you the studies.
ROdrigo-thanks man, porno is coming soon.
Basically just sketches and some sketched I am thinking of turning into PAintings. Have been lazing out for the last few days, gotta get over that.
a pen drawing( for a change I like this one)
sketches that might become paintings
a wtercolor painting(wet in wet is hard man )
pic for an irc challenge(GRea destroyer)
Nice dude, definite improvements in your work.
Keep working on the anatomy and pay some attention to perspective.
Other than that just keep going man, this sb is getting heaps better with each new update, and if you keep your pace you'll have one fine sb before the end of the year.
cheers man, keep grinding
Thanks for the wise words brenman.
I overdid this It was minimal and lookign good , and becuase I am jerk I had to something with it ,
you've got some great ideas in here
this one particularly caught my attention: http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i2...i/DSC00935.jpg
sketches are nice, but lets shoot for some more refined and finished work
as for the pencils, I'd start trying to find some inspiration to mimick in the handling of the medium. I've learned a lot just by looking at other people's work. Some people with really good graphite skills [off the top of my head] Dirty C, Wesburt, Lukias, Sone_one, Daniel C. It'd be worth your time to visit their Sketchbooks if you don't already
as for the watercolors, try to use a harder lead, so you can make lighter lines, and be less dependent on them to carry your image.
...and *cough* more life drawing *cough* It isn't too hot unless your sketchbook incinerates
great watercolors and even greater thread title =)
Lookng good. On the overworked piece - I don't think you should ever hesitate about taking something further. Sure you might ruin it, but if you did it once then you can do it again, plus taking it further means you'll learn more. If you're not getting marks or money for it, the best thing you can do with a piece is take it further, totally ruin it and learning something from that experience. Fear is creativity's biggest killer. Never fear the thought of ruining something. You'll see once you have ruined it, there's nothing to fear and you've become a bit smarter.
But overall, great and solid progress.
Cheers dude keep grinding!
Looks good here. Nice progress!! Youre almost there with watercolor. I would spend time on finding whats making you understand what you are seeing and paint or draw that. Eliminate the rest and you will al;ways get fresh stuff, then its easy to decide where to go from there.
I would work the Wc's wetter and mix more of the colors on the page.... your colors are a little raw which is a pitfall of watercolor.... loosen up <><>><<<< there are no mistakes just opportunities.
Okay , I have had it enough. Shit just when I am about to post, either the comp restarts , or the net goes down, or the ca just erases everything
I ahd written so long replies thrice , now its all gone.
SO .....will leave replies later.
Updates(bad shitty pics)
some pissing porn(there wil lot more pornographic content from nnow on)
Nice stuff dude, wc are really coming along well now.
My biggest crit is that you are still not patient enough with your drawings. Get into a really really relaxed and chilled zone where nothing will bother you. Decide on a drawing and the start slowly.
Once you have the proportions and basic masses down, take your drawing to a mirror and check if everything's good. If not, then take your time making corrections until it is good before you continue. Once you continue, go slow, think about what you want to do, and when you screw up, take your time to correct it - even do it over if you need to. There's is no need to rush, and becoming a fast sketch doesn't require you to cram everything into a time frame, it means becoming so acquainted with the whole slow process that over time you are able to do it faster.
So just relax with your drawings. Most of what I see you doing wrong right now is inherent from going too fast and furious.
That said, I see you making good progress with everything, especially the wc. Keep it up bro!
Thanks for the words guys,
SO this week I have been doin some reading and some studying. And also some introspection err I mean I ahve been lazing out. But this week I will be doing a lot painting and rendering. Btu thats later.
sketching for a story
Great update. I like how you put multiple images on the paper and they have different compositions mostly.Keep at it and do some more thought out pieces and we'll see how that fares. Thanks for the IRC info as well
Hey dude cool sketches.
Keep practicing getting the figure down as quickly and accurate as possible. Like that your are varying your poses so much,
makes the pages interesting to look at and it's good practice in terms of figurework.
keep it up dude
I like your pen drawings a lot and the first two panels of the guy on the balcony in your comic/graphic novel are awesome, great perspective, would love to see it developed further.
Keep 'em coming dude!
hey man, long time no see, I need to visit here more often. I've been neglectant. Your watercolors though are very nice, great tonal value. I tried to watercolor for a while and it truly is the I think to be the hardest medium.
keep it up! lata
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