Open Figure Drawing Workshop 010 with Hong Ly and Rebeccak

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  12 December 2005
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Quote: Orig posted by Lolo:
My actual works... not dear... not very artistic
but I will post some pieces, old or less... more late in the day (I'm already late in my job... and I would try to doesn't work tomorrow :twisted

No worries...haha, one day we can all burn our boring projects, won't that be fun?

Quote: Orig posted by Glenn:
Good Morning...Rebecca....

I am really likeing this one of yours...you took it way beyound the photo, and
personalized it with your great style....REALLY NICE ONE ...REBECCA...

Thanks Glenn! Hoping to finish this one...finally!

Cheers,

~Rebeccak
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  12 December 2005
Originally Posted by Rebeccak: No worries...haha, one day we can all burn our boring projects, won't that be fun?

of course... in a real fire of happyness
 
  12 December 2005
Rebecca__>> OUTSTANDING, possibly the best digital piece I've seen from you.

Anyway heres a little update from my humble self, I recon the head and kneck are in the wrong place_ gonna have to change that


Last edited by EAD : 12 December 2005 at 02:19 PM.
 
  12 December 2005
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AOAH,

Thanks a bunch though I wouldn't necessarily agree with part of that statement.

Thanks for the edit.

Took a brief peek at your piece, and think it is coming along great...you're really focusing in, I can tell...looking forward to seeing you finish this beaut up!

Cheers,

~Rebeccak
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  12 December 2005
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Quote: of course... in a real fire of happyness

My fire would be bigger than your fire.

At any rate, I had a nice day at home yesterday (sick day) hence why I was able to get some painting done. Hmm...maybe I should schedule more sick days......then I could catch up to everyone here!

Cheers,

~Rebeccak
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  12 December 2005
I'm okay with andy's words... it's right that your piece is particulary pleasant... and more

I really appreciate yours too Andy... sweet and soft... and the little touch of red light is a great "plus"... I like these kind of originality which give "style"...

Well now... mine... I don't think to go more far... a test... and in very short time...
just for the eyes... but take care... no too longer hahaha

 
  12 December 2005
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Quote: Orig. posted by Lolo: I'm okay with andy's words... it's right that your piece is particulary pleasant... and more

Thanks sweetie

Quote: I really appreciate yours too Andy... sweet and soft... and the little touch of red light is a great "plus"... I like these kind of originality which give "style"...

I think the red marks are correction lines...but I like them too!

Quote: Well now... mine... I don't think to go more far... a test... and in very short time...
just for the eyes... but take care... no too longer hahaha

http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c...10_2_wip_04.jpg

I like the feel to the face in particular quite a lot...and as always, I enjoy seeing your experimentation. I don't think one needs to have a set 'process' for painting ~ it would get boring that way, wouldn't it?

Cheers,

~Rebeccak
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  12 December 2005
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dogyears,

Meant to reply to your post this morning, then had to rush to get out the door...

I really like the work you're doing here, I think the 3 color limited pallette is really helping you to focus on the important stuff, the form of the figure as created by values. Great stuff ~ look forward to an update!

Cheers,

~Rebeccak
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  12 December 2005
Lemog/Rebecca>> you're both correct, the red lines were initially part of the construction drawing, but I have started to read them as a a possible rim light- it might just lift her out of the backgound. I'm going to explore that when I get onto the colouring.

Lemog> interesting use of texture, it almost reminds me of the facets on a 3d model, I like the background, it brings a context to the scene which the original photograph lacks.
keep experimenting it often leads to great things!
 
  12 December 2005
Hi there,

lemog - I like that experimentation, too. The facets make it very sensual.

I was reminded by a remark of rebecca that someone (I think it was you lemog, IIRC) told me to use artrage for higher resolution.

So, even though I had a much more advanced start than my new attempt, I think I will give artrage a try for this.

Some thing that is scary about artrage is that you cannot change canvas size once you created a new file, so I marked the most extreme points of the figure with artrage's tracing function to make sure I don't have to resize (which I can't). I erased the tracing layer and blocked in the shape freehanded from there and started on the face.

I think this is my tenth or so study of this pose. It has to lead to something good, otherwise I'm screwed...


 
  12 December 2005
Hi Rebecca and Everyone
Here's what I have so far. Still some refinements to do, details, etc.
Also playing with composing. Going for triangular structures with a
circular flow. Will add more elements as they come to me.
Just trying to create a nice dreamy feeling with light shadow color
and atmosphere.
By the way, everybody's stuff is looking fabulous. Seems like everyone's
loosened up and started experimenting.
Nice

Take care
Glenn




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  12 December 2005
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K. Scott Gant, yulias, Corvax, SaraD, Mr. Mu, Mecha, ericyeo, dogyears, AOAH, Glenn, cypherx, and, of course, Lolo,

Looking forward to seeing everyone's work when I get back in town! Keep up the outstanding work, I'm quite excited to be a part of this OFDW, and will definitely be getting back to it early next week (by which time I'm sure I'll be well behind).

Cheers, and Happy New Year!

~Rebeccak
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Last edited by Rebeccak : 12 December 2005 at 04:44 AM.
 
  12 December 2005
Hi,

quick update:

 
  12 December 2005
there's still have a lots of refinement to be done. The detailing are driving me crazy.


Last edited by ericyeo : 12 December 2005 at 06:06 PM.
 
  12 December 2005
ericyeo,

Fantastic! I love the way you have captured the torque and twist of the torso. The feet also stick out to me as especially well constructed and drawn!

Your effort has shamed me into starting my first attempt tonight - thanks for the inspiration.
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