Yenchi's Sketchbook
#1
Tongue 
Hey folks,
allow me to >>introduce myself<<

Here's what I drew today - some Loomis heads and a study of a filmstill


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#2
Hello Yenchi, it's hard to say something, because these are barely sketches, however your faces have look good and have nice proportions, looking forward to see more

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#3
Very nice studies!
I think the heads look amazing. I love the line quality of them, very confident and delicate.

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#4
Rainbow 
Oh my what a sad sketchbook thread D:
I really dropped the ball here but let's give it a second try!

So I did some studies of hands



did some character designy stuff - I should do this more often I feel like my visual library is very lacking



got a lot more comfortable with acrylic painting than I've ever been







and here's a beksinski study



aaand a digitial painting I just started - for some reason I really struggle to move ahead in my digital paintings. Ironically I'm much more worried to fuck it up than with traditional paint :/

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#5
Yeah- I've noticed when I'm working traditionally, I'm more likely to just accept the flaws, whereas when I'm doing digital, I stress out about everything being perfect. Ctr-z is a blessing and a curse.

Really great stuff so far- keep up the awesome work!

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#6
@The Aether Technician  Muchas gracias! Yeah godamn ctrl+z ...I guess the only cure is too grind it out and get really comfortable with the process of digital painting.


I guess the background is getting a bit to messy now - I also don't like the lack of color




Phil Hale study:

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#7
Some new stuff


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#8
Loving the studies and personal work! Keep charging ahead. I'm really inspired by the way you break down your figures-- who are your favourite influences?

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#9
(04-30-2017, 03:39 AM)Bookend Wrote: Loving the studies and personal work! Keep charging ahead. I'm really inspired by the way you break down your figures-- who are your favourite influences?

Hey, thanks! I don't know if I have any 'favorite' influences they're always changing tbh. Recently I found myself looking at a lot of comic cover art like Phil Hale, James Jean, Massimo Carnevale and Marko Djurdjevic.

Should do more life drawing I've gotten out of practice.







I started a new painting



and I think I'm done with this one

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#10
Really nice work here Yenchi :).

I especially love your traditional stuff.

Keep going!

“Today, give a stranger one of your smiles. It might be the only sunshine he sees all day.” -- H. Jackson Brown Jr.

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#11
Wow your stuff is amazing *.* that last digital painting reminds me a bit of the cover of the dishonored 2 artbook. Love your pencil sketches. I dont know but they have something special. Ach und cool noch jemanden aus Deutschland hier zu sehen :D  freu mich schon auf mehr!

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#12
@Artloader Thanks man! Trying my best to get my digital stuff up to par right now!


@NoodleInBox Hey Grüß Dich! :D
I just looked at that artbook cover it's a Sergey Kolesov painting, awesome!


So I did a few longer studies recently - I'm not sure if I should be pushing more for quality or for quantity with these studies.

This one was pretty good I think I was more conscious of the way I used different brushes. Should definitely do more environment studies.



a Sargent study



another Phil Hale  - love those incredibly dark shadows



some more progress on the traditional painting




and here's the rough start of a new digital painting

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#13
Awesome, I particularly love the textures on that piece of the old guy with the white beard!

Keep it going fella!

“Today, give a stranger one of your smiles. It might be the only sunshine he sees all day.” -- H. Jackson Brown Jr.

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#14
Oh man your brushstrokes are so delicious *.* is the traditional one painted with oil? Ach ja und woher kommst du eigentlich, wenn man fragen darf hehe :D

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#15
@Artloader thanks, will keep it going :)



@NoodleInBox Thanks, the traditional one is all in acrylics. Und ich komm aus Hessen. :)


I'm  happy with how this turned out feels like I'm making some improvements


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#16
Gaah ich komm nicht drauf klar wie toll deine Sachen aussehen \o.o/ schade Hessen ist ja doch n Stück von Köln entfernt haha. Back to english. Love your brushwork. Keep posting I cant wait to see more *.*

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