tripna's sketchbook
#61
Sketches for the new concept topic.
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#62
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#63
Looking at your work I feel like no line is wasted. I need to be like that when I sketch. I am very messy, I could do much better. Your work is very inspiring. Keep it up. ^^*
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#64
(03-13-2016, 07:11 PM)JadeSky Wrote: Looking at your work I feel like no line is wasted. I need to be like that when I sketch. I am very messy, I could do much better. Your work is very inspiring. Keep it up. ^^*

Thanks, I'd suggest try to loosen up and don't care about lines :D

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#65
Did a longer value study. First one is from photo rest in from imaginatilari.
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#66
Costume design for the new concept art topic.
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#67
Some studies. 4th torso is from a photo.
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#68
Value studies, some of these are from imagination
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#69
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#70
Torso #4 is from a photo.
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#71
God people for my story
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#72
studs
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#73
nice studyies man!! it's realy inspiring to see the amount of studies you are doing. when do we get to see more finished personal work? i think if you put all that studying to good use something realy cool might come out.
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#74
Stuff from imagination.
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#75
Top left is a photo study, then I tried some thumbnails and took one of the thumbnail ideas further.

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#76
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#77
Hey man, love your dedication to figures, the gestures in them are super fluid and feel great! I really like how you compose your pages too with the figures mingling together, it's important to make a nice page even just with that sort of stuff (something I don't do so well!). awesome that you're pushing imagination drawing too! Just cause I wanted to say something practical here too - somewhere a page or so back there was something about the backgrounds; if you make your background a slightly cooler grey than your figures they will pop out of it (like if you use a totally neutral grey, making it just a touch blue will pop them out) - not that it needs it so much, they look good already, just wanted to offer something : ) Keep going ^^

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#78
(04-08-2016, 01:20 AM)JyonnyNovice Wrote: Hey man, love your dedication to figures, the gestures in them are super fluid and feel great! I really like how you compose your pages too with the figures mingling together, it's important to make a nice page even just with that sort of stuff (something I don't do so well!). awesome that you're pushing imagination drawing too! Just cause I wanted to say something practical here too - somewhere a page or so back there was something about the backgrounds; if you make your background a slightly cooler grey than your figures they will pop out of it (like if you use a totally neutral grey, making it just a touch blue will pop them out) - not that it needs it so much, they look good already, just wanted to offer something : ) Keep going ^^


oh thank a lot man, i never thought of using a cooler grey before i'll try it today :D
yesterdays page of imaginary sketches
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#79
Your figures and anatomy studies are absolutelyinspiring. I love how fluid your lines are, they look almost effortless (but we know that is not true :P). Really close to Michael Hampton's style. There's lots of a difference from the first page to now, mostly in the shading.

How did you learn figure? Any books, besides the art school? Have a great day!

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#80
(04-09-2016, 02:39 AM)wasgodx Wrote: Your figures and anatomy studies are absolutelyinspiring. I love how fluid your lines are, they look almost effortless (but we know that is not true :P). Really close to Michael Hampton's style. There's lots of a difference from the first page to now, mostly in the shading.

How did you learn figure? Any books, besides the art school? Have a great day!

Thanks a lot man, I havent tried hampton but i'll start reading his book sometime. It's great to hear that I made visible improvement on values :D

The way I learned figures was really about doing countless gesture drawings, and taking a lot of time studying anatomy with Steve Huston and Vilppu's videos. My best source was Steve Huston's anything figure related lesson on New Masters. I explained in depth to someone else in this thread, try reading that maybe. It's the ultra-long text.

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