|12 December 2005||#91|
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Founder + Owner
Korpus School of Art + Gallery
Los Angeles, USA
Join Date: Feb 2005
Thank you for telling us a bit about yourself! That's a really impressive drawing for someone who's just graduated from high school! Are you planning to pursue art at all in college? If only as a hobby, I would encourage you to do so. There's a lot to be said for doing things for personal satisfaction in life, even if those things don't become a career for you.
Happy to help in any way I can! It's great to see the work you guys/gals are posting. Looking forward to seeing more of your work!
|03 March 2006||#92|
CG Model Supervisor
santa Monica, USA
Join Date: Oct 2003
Well, as Rebeccak already said, cross-hatching isn´t a rocket sience but I still have some basic questions. I run into the problem which surface direction I should use for the hatching or should I even mix them? I saw several versions and mixes and I´m a bit confused. Do the stroke itself also follow the surface with some bending of itself or should they all be small straight ones? How much do I cross them?
As you can see here, sometimes I mixed the types 1 and 2 to 3 - and even 3 and 4 together. Am I searching for a sience where none can be found? Maybe I search too much rules because of my 3D background?
I used a simple black ballpen. I think I also need to get rid of this cartoonline surrounding the stuff. But in this case some areas looked not so clear without it.
Thanks to Roberto for the inspiration
Last edited by ACantarel : 03 March 2006 at 12:57 AM.
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