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-still life




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Ooh, that tarantula study. I like how you captured the details of the hairs in that one.

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great update Shin, anatomy's really coming along! your colour thumbnails are looking really beautiful as well, especially that autumn-y one.

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Night sketching, my first attempt at creatures..



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More stuff..

-master studies
















-speedpaints







-values.. working on my brush strokes :T






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More night sketching, gonna post studies later~



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-master studies







-materials




-quick still life




-anatomy and values


















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-anatomy






















-photo study




-trying something different



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Quick update.



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Week wasn't so good, still need lots of practice..






























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Lovely studies - you're getting a real grasp of the figure :)
One critique I'd like to offer to help you is taking some time to study constructive shapes, like cubes, cylinders, spheres etc. Your figures have some wobbly structures at times. Maybe try drawing a few simple fruits from life at different angles. Chop them up so you can understand how their contours and shapes are. I think this will help you better get a better understanding of human shapes afterwards :) I added a silly sketch here to explain what I mean!


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(11-05-2014, 10:26 AM)lungcell Wrote: Lovely studies - you're getting a real grasp of the figure :)
One critique I'd like to offer to help you is taking some time to study constructive shapes, like cubes, cylinders, spheres etc. Your figures have some wobbly structures at times. Maybe try drawing a few simple fruits from life at different angles. Chop them up so you can understand how their contours and shapes are. I think this will help you better get a better understanding of human shapes afterwards :) I added a silly sketch here to explain what I mean!

Thank you for the advice and taking your time for that silly sketch there, i'll definitely work on that ! :D

Another Zapata study in B&W..



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More studies, gonna be more organized with them from now on..




























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Your doing good, really like some of the material studies.
On the grayscale bodies, focus on value transitions more.

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(11-09-2014, 04:16 AM)crackedskull Wrote: Your doing good, really like some of the material studies.
On the grayscale bodies, focus on value transitions more.

Yes, working on that, tnx ! : )

Another Zapata study.



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Portrait week !



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Been very short with time lately so here are just some more studies and derping with my own style..









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Small random stuff update..















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