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  01 January 2006
Sketchbook Thread of Roberto Ortiz

Ok guys, Ill use this thread to exercise.

This is my first one, so please be gentle..


I hour
-Roberto
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  01 January 2006
YAY

Great sketch already !! , I really like the muscle definition on this arms

Can't wait to see more !
And definitely *suscribing*
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  01 January 2006
Arrrrgggghhh!!! :D

Oh...no!!!

LOL, nice to see you here...what's your name again? Background details? I seem to remember your name from somewhere...oh, that's right! Don't you sell toothpaste on tv?

Sooooo kidding, Mr. Ortiz. Welcome aboard. *crap!*

Cheers,

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  01 January 2006
Hi ...ROBERTO... ....

He already looks like he's popping out of the picture plane...nice forshortening, composition
and start. can't wait to see more..

Take Care
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  02 February 2006




Playing with photoshop today..
Of course i used photo reference...
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  02 February 2006






Thumbnail Sketches...
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  02 February 2006
Roberto,

First suggestion: start from a dark ground and work up in terms of value. Remember those Anatomy Reviews? Actually look at them.

This one describes the 3 value shading method I prefer:

Anatomy Review 003: SHADING TUTORIAL AND HUMAN SKULL EXERCISE
http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?t=259291

I suggest filling the background with black, creating three swatches ~ one white, one mid~gray, and one black. When in brush mode, alt+click your canvas and your brush will temporarily become an eyedropper, with which you can sample any color or value on which you click.

I would reduce the opacity and softness of your brushes. Use the Shift + [] keys to alternately soften / harden the brush. Shift + [ makes the brush softer, Shift + ] does the reverse.

Use the [] keys to change the scale of the brush. [ makes the brush smaller, and ] makes the brush larger.

Cheers,

~Rk
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  02 February 2006
Thanks master Yoda!

Ill try it tonight on my next project...

Any advice on the anatomy exercise?

-R
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  02 February 2006
Ok I drew this old school with pencils today..

2 hours


-R
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  02 February 2006
Originally Posted by Rebeccak: First suggestion: start from a dark ground and work up in terms of value.

I suggest filling the background with black, creating three swatches ~ one white, one mid~gray, and one black.

Far be it for me to go against the word of god or anything (), but I rather prefer working from midtone outwards.

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  02 February 2006
Originally Posted by LoTekK: Far be it for me to go against the word of god or anything (), but I rather prefer working from midtone outwards.

/me hides


And the skies parted....
The cold wind blew...
and Teck sudenly realized he had angered the Gods...
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  02 February 2006
Talking

The 'gods' simply forgot that this wasn't the Sketchathon...

LMAO!

Cheers,

~She who accepts cash only
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  02 February 2006
Teck RUN!!
that is NOT the sound of Thunder!

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  02 February 2006
What?

Originally Posted by RobertoOrtiz: Ok guys, Ill use this thread to exercise.

This is my first one, so please be gentle..


I hour
-Roberto


Hi Roberto,

your first one, hm? I cannot believe that.
But the face! His view! He has the certain rrrr in its eyes.
Really now, good sketches.

Ciao,
Alessa
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  04 April 2006
Working on atower of babel project for the collab challenge.
I am building one of the figures that will be i the clouds:

Here is the thread:
CollabBATTLE "Exploration" - Ramón López & Roberto Ortiz

And what I have done so far for this figure:



And the model so far...


The proportions are WAYYYY off, and I have to detail the feet, chest and hands.
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