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04-04-2006, 08:07 AM
Hi guys! Im drawing people! Inspired by all the CGtalkers!!
Here are my first trials.....kinna inspired by Jan-Mark grayscale studies....
Ok ppl...be kind to little ol me......:D
04-04-2006, 10:29 AM
Like that technique you are using...can be developed into very dramatic and expressive
paintings...light and dark creates a great mood....looking forward to seeing more...:thumbsup:
04-04-2006, 12:48 PM
Heya Nazirull! :)
It's quite cool to see you starting your own Anatomy Thread * I remember you were one of the first to post to the original Anatomy Reviews, back when you were still maranello55. ;)
These studies have a lot of potential, and I hope to see you push these further! :thumbsup: Looking forward to seeing more of your work here. :)
04-12-2006, 01:36 AM
Just a chick with a BFG....I kinna wanna do Jan-Mark Grayscale Study Thing on this one later on...
SpiritDreamer - Thanks matey....I kinna found this one by accident...and the laziness i have not having to fill all the grey shades...just let the opacity jitter do the job....rather than picking color....yeap...im a lazy a*se..:D
Rebeccak - :eek::eek::eek: ...U actually remembered that?? After like 9k posts??? Are you human at all?? Anyway...im honored...and humbled. Thanks for dropping by Beckie....(can i call u Beckie?) And drop a comment or two while ure at it...*shaking fist*.....:D:D
Great to be here....
edit : Sorry for the on-da-face thumb...
04-12-2006, 01:46 AM
Originally posted by Nazirull: :eek: ...U actually remembered that?? After like 9k posts??? Are you human at all?? Anyway...im honored...and humbled. Thanks for dropping by Beckie....(can i call u Beckie?) And drop a comment or two while ure at it...*shaking fist*.....:D:D
Great to be here....
ROFL yep, I remember, and I also remember your saying something about subscribing, and I didn't know what that was. :D LOL I think I wrote back saying you didn't have to subscribe, it was free! :scream: LMAO. :D
Hey, this is a great pic, but I have to request your keeping images to under 800 pixels wide ~ the scrolling hurts my eyes! :D I'd really like to see you go all Jan~Mark on this, one thing I notice right away is that the breasts are too high up on the chest ~ heh, most people draw breasts as though they grow out of the neck, which they most definitely do not. :) Try raising the shoulders, neck, and head a bit. Looking forward to your update!
EDIT: Ha, I see you resized! Thanks! Call me Beckie if you must. But just please please never call me Becky with a 'y'!! :D
04-14-2006, 02:14 AM
Thanks for the feedback Beckie... (y not Becky with the Y?). Its always a nice feeling to get a free feedback froma master like yourself....:arteest:
Ok ..heres an update....i fixed the breasts...and the shoulder....and abit of everything actually.:argh:
I played a bit with the shading an when i was finished...i cant stop myself from adding a layer of color on top....i just cant stand B&W pics....:p
more is on da way...! If im not procrastinating this weekend....that is.:surprised
04-14-2006, 02:44 AM
ROFL Naz ~ glad you've added color. :D I think things are looking really good, the only thing at this point might be to enlarge the size of the head a bit ~ also her legs seem quite long for her torso ~ unless you're going for a super exxaggerated style, you might want to trim those back a bit. :)
Looking forward to your progress!
04-23-2006, 06:23 AM
Thanks Beckie...here are some fix to the breasts area and a little bit here and there...I dont really know anatomy...i just paint without ref and just downloading all the photographic memory and try to tell ig the things are looking right or wong....
Its a good shading exercise fer sure!
The head size i think is ok..its just that the hand size were too small. and proportionally ok i think...beckie?
I kinna like doing exeggeratted, mangga, one-mile legs...but in this case i think its not that apparent...i guess?
Thanks again for feedback!:thumbsup:
04-24-2006, 06:21 PM
Sorry for taking so long to get back to your thread, have been really busy with the SPOTLIGHT forum! Hope you've had the chance to look around there, so much good work it's amazing! :thumbsup:
I think your study is looking really good, but I really recommend working from reference. :)
Check out the great reference resource site, www.characterdesigns.com, and go to Photosets. There is lots of great stuff there, for free!
I think her legs are really long, but that may be a stylistic choice. If so, really try to make it work!
Looking forward to seeing more of your work. :)
08-20-2006, 10:02 AM
Becky...i cant help it....i love to draw long legs.....:scream:
Anyway...here are some more of my doodles on my free time...no ref still.. its not that i dont want to ....i always just wanna test my photographic memory.
09-22-2006, 08:05 AM
Here is some stuff i posted on the Torso Workshop......
More to come!!
Thanks beckie for her motivation on me suckie sketches...I promise i'll improve....:scream:
09-22-2006, 02:09 PM
It's great to see your progress here! :) Keep going, and keep painting - try to rely on outlines less and less, and only build form through contour. You may wish to keep outlines on a separate layer that you turn on and off alternately to check your form.
Looking forward to more progress! :)
09-15-2007, 05:45 AM
wow! interesting. i dun know that you can sketch this nice when we work together last time in Hijjas (http://hijjaskasturi.com)!
keep up the good work!
-your 3d solution for ID and architecture-
09-15-2007, 05:45 AM
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