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Old 09-18-2005, 05:08 PM   #31
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fooxoo,

Great to see your work here! Your story is really entertaining, thanks for that! Cows, indeed, can be feisty models...

My favorite here is the more gestural cow to the left in the first sheet...perhaps it is gestural because the cow moved a lot?

Thank you for posting ~ hope to see more of your work here!

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Old 09-22-2005, 09:09 PM   #32
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Trilobite n3

Hi
As I said before Raptor|3D a me had a deal to draw some trilobites ... actually deal was to draw three trilobites I have already drawn two and here is last one. Its done in Photoshop and it took me a while too finish ... too much detail you can't really see it in this resolution but there is a lot of small details ... but it was quite good practise ...
So here it is ....



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Old 09-22-2005, 09:17 PM   #33
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Holy Paleozoic, Sluxman! This is incredible!

You've only been drawing for how long, you say? I'm continually amazed at the quality of your work...this is just a beautiful piece, and I'm sorry we can't see the detail...perhaps you could provide a small close~up at full resolution? That would be great to see!

I really don't have anything to crit on this...I think the left end could be cleaned up the tiniest bit, but apart from that, this is just a beautiful portfolio piece, which has a wonderful 'graphite' feel to it!

Thanks for posting this!

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Old 09-23-2005, 12:56 PM   #34
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Holy Paleozoic, Sluxman! This is incredible!

You've only been drawing for how long, you say? I'm continually amazed at the quality of your work...this is just a beautiful piece, and I'm sorry we can't see the detail...perhaps you could provide a small close~up at full resolution? That would be great to see!

I really don't have anything to crit on this...I think the left end could be cleaned up the tiniest bit, but apart from that, this is just a beautiful portfolio piece, which has a wonderful 'graphite' feel to it!


Hi
I'am glad you like it ....
How long have I been drawing? Well I have started seriously with drawing couple of months ago. I have been drawing quite a lot when I was 8-10 years old but you can imagine quality of my images ... after that I was interested in drawing less and less and I have stoped to draw completely .. especially after I got my first computer I was always quite technical person so I love computers and stuff like that (btw I have finished my secondary school quite recently - branch electrotechnics ... no art here just a bunch of equations and electronic shemes) I didn't like it much I like to create and electronic isn't very creative. But I like art too. When I was young (6 years) my mother took me to psychiatric (it was common in my age) and she said that I have talent for art. But I didn't ever attend any drawing school. When I was choosing my school my parents told me I could attend some drawing school but I didn't like that idea and I said I'am not interested in drawing (I was 14 .. too young - btw I'am 20 now :scream what a mistake! ...
Well at the end of my school I was thinking whan to do. I thought I could be a programmer .. I enjoy programming but I sucks at math so thats probably not good idea. Then I have discover 3D and it was just perfect ... lot of technical stuff I enjoy and very creative. As I started to work with 3D I have realized that good drawing skills would really help me to get better so I have returned to drawing and here I'am.
So I have decided that 3D and painting is what I want to do for living. And when I do something I always want to master it as much as I can. So I will do anything that will help me to get better. Its quite easy since learning new things is my hobby and I always analyze everything I do and I'am also very critical about my stuff so I learn new things quite fast. I have decided that 3D/painting/drawing etc is exactly what I want to do in my life so I'am going to study it very very very seriously ... I may be just a beginner now but give me time and will get much much better I know it ... I just have to work on it hard ...

This anatomy forum is great because I'am obsessed with anatomy well and with everything that can help me to get better. I didn't have much time to study anatomy closely yet but I'am definitely going to do so in near future.

Ohhh I guess I talk to much
here is bigger version of my trilobite 50% original resolution

> HIRES TRILOBITE <

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Old 09-23-2005, 01:16 PM   #35
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Slux,

Well, thanks for all that interesting information! I admire your hard work and dedication, and am so happy to have you on the forum! You do incredible work, and I can only imagine what your work will be like in a few years, if you keep up your dedication, about which I have no doubt. Clearly, you are a driven person, and it is an inspiration to see! And, it is great to know that you have found not only a desired vocation but an avocation, or a passion, which unfortunately, so many people lack in life. It's funny, because so many people will try to discourage a young person from doing art (not a stable career path, etc.) but so many people when they get older have no hobbies, no passions, no joy ~ I find this ironic and sad. I think we are lucky in this age when we have viable artistic career paths (3D, Graphics, Design) whereas even several years ago, this was not as much the case.

At any rate, I am thrilled to see your work, and hope we will be seeing much more from you!

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Old 09-23-2005, 01:34 PM   #36
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Hi Everyone...great works here...
I m going to Zoo from few weeks(almost every weekend ) here are some sketches...

















Will post more...tommorow is a Weekend...
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Old 09-23-2005, 01:38 PM   #37
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Shyam,
These are fantastic! I am happy to see these here...I have to admit being partial to the bunny pictures, as they are adorable and are captured beautifully. The bear and wildfowl pictures are also quite nice. I really like the loose, gestural quality to your work, and how you reveal their structure.

Great stuff ~ thanks for posting!

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Old 09-23-2005, 01:41 PM   #38
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Thanx Rebecca ...yeah those bunny r too cute...they've given me various poses to study them

will post more...i'm so glad this forum having so many diff. topics...Man, i want to post my works in every Thread..will try my best for that, Thats for sure.

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Old 09-23-2005, 01:44 PM   #39
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Shyam,

There are also probably more threads here on the Anatomy Forum than you are aware of. If you do the following, you will see ALL threads ever posted on the Anatomy Forum (the default is to show only the threads from the last month, but you can change your settings to show all threads from the last YEAR) ~ change the following settings which are at the bottom of the main Anatomy Forum page:



Threads which are older or which have not received posts in a while disappear, but are still there.

Indeed, it would be great to see your work on all of the different threads! Post away!

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Old 09-23-2005, 01:48 PM   #40
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THANX For this Rebecca
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Old 09-23-2005, 06:45 PM   #42
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Spirit Dreamer,

Ooh, I really like the soft edges in the bkgrd and the Turner~like feel...I think maybe if the rock were less strictly brown, it would fit more into the overall color scheme of the piece. Nice work, thank you for posting it!

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Old 10-23-2005, 03:02 PM   #43
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Horse head

It's WIP, and I know it's mising something but I don't know what.

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Andreja,

This is a beautiful piece! Thanks for posting it.

The thing I think it may lack is perhaps a bit more drama / exaggeration of the horse's features? I'm no equestrian expert, but I did a little drawover which exaggerates some of the horse's features just a bit ~ I also think that once you put in the horse's flying mane, you will get a lot of added drama out of that, also.

Hope this helps ~ it's pretty rough, but just to give a suggestion.



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Old 10-23-2005, 08:45 PM   #45
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If the image doesn't appear... the link to it is here: http://www.ramonart.com/Black_leopard.html

I painted it in acrylics. I used my own reference photography of a bayan tree (Ficus tree in Coral Gabels, FL and the black leopard from a place in West Palm. That black leopard was beautiful! Vicious though. It's 48"x28". Side note: a 550lbs bengal tiger licked my hand. It was like the roughest sand paper you can imagine! That boy was big!
Hope you like it. My other painting are displayed here: http://www.ramonart.com
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