Sketchbook Thread of Fabian Hernandez (coCoKNIght)


#1

Hi there!

I’m starting this thread 'cause Rebecca Kimmel keeps insisting we do that :scream: ah well, what can it hurt…


#2

so this is the first head I made for the ‘body part 1 - the head’ workshop.
it’s done entirely in photoshop
and i think it was the one i struggled the most with.
at the end i gave up trying to make the mouth look right. that’s why her expression doesn’t quiet match that of the original painting.
I like the outcome nevertheless.

003:
ALLORI, Cristofano
Judith with the Head of Holofernes
1613
Oil on canvas, 120,4 x 100,3 cm
Royal Collection, Windsor


#3

my second head for the ‘body part 1 - the head’ workshop.
i made it on the same night as the first one, i was really full of enery then :).
it’s also done entirely in photoshop and i even made a small timelapse gif:

012:
BLANCHARD, Jacques
St Jerome
1632
Oil on canvas, 145,5 x 116 cm
Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest


#4

my third head for the ‘body part 1 - the head’ workshop.
it’d been a while since i’ve modelled a head so i made this one in 3d
and was pleased that it took me ‘only’ about 3 hours or so.
it’s done entirely in wings3d and what you see above is just a screenshot out of wings3d.
i might replace the above image with a real render when i get to it.

019:
BRACCI, Pietro
Bust of Pope Benedict XIII
1762-73
Marble, height 76,4 cm
Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, Madrid


#5

 my fourth head for the 'body part 1 - the head' workshop.

this time traditional: pencil on paper.

there’s a really cool timelapse animation of this here!
Thanks to Alain Schmucki and his graphomat for it!

052:
DÜRER, Albrecht
Head of a Negro
1508
Charcoal, 320 x 218 mm
Graphische Sammlung Albertina, Vienna


#6

my fifth head for the 'body part 1 - the head' workshop.

done entirely in photoshop.
this took me some time to do but it was fun and i like the result.

096:
BENOIST, Marie-Guillemine
Portrait of a Negress
1800
Oil on canvas, 81 x 65 cm
Musée du Louvre, Paris


#7

coCoKNIght,

Thanks for creating your Anatomy Thread! Looking forward to seeing more of your work here!

Cheers, :slight_smile:

~Rebeccak


#8

 my sixth head for the 'body part 1 - the head' workshop.

again pencil on paper.
it was a bit boring to do.

063:
DÜRER, Albrecht
Willibald Pirckheimer
1524
Engraving, 181 x 115 mm
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


#9

  my seventh head for the 'body part 1 - the head' workshop.

done entirely in photoshop.
this was a quick one, trying to just lay down the important things.
i failed…

009:
BERNINI, Gian Lorenzo
Bust of Monsignor Pedro de Foix Montoya
c. 1621
Marble, life-size
Santa Maria di Monserrato, Rome


#10

   my eighth head for the 'body part 1 - the head' workshop.

done entirely in photoshop.
again a really quick one to try and lay down the important things.
this time i think i succeeded :slight_smile:

010:
BERNINI, Gian Lorenzo
David with the Head of Goliath
1625
Oil on canvas, 75 x 65,5 cm
Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica, Rome


#11

    my nineth head for the 'body part 1 - the head' workshop.

done entirely in photoshop.
i like this one a lot even though it’s not very close to the original.
i put the focus on the 3d effect and color on this one.

025:
CARAVAGGIO
David
1609-0
Oil on canvas, 125 x 101 cm
Galleria Borghese, Rome


#12

     my 10th head for the 'body part 1 - the head' workshop.

done entirely in photoshop.
i tried a bit a different approach on this one
and am pretty pleased with the result
especially considering that it didn’t take me long to do.

CARAVAGGIO
Salome with the Head of the Baptist
c. 1609
Oil on canvas, 116 x 140 cm
Palazzo Real, Madrid


#13

      my 11th head for the 'body part 1 - the head' workshop.

done entirely in photoshop.
this is actually my favorit of the series. she doesn’t look so olt time in my version :slight_smile:

084:
PIAMONTINI, Giuseppe
Bust of a woman
1688-89
Marble, life-size
Palazzo Pitti, Florence


#14

        my 12th head for the 'body part 1 - the head' workshop.
done entirely in photoshop.

you need to look at it from a distance. cool isn’t it :wink:
i didn’t want to blend and detail this one.

095:
BENEDETTO DA MAIANO
Pietro Mellini
1474
Marble, height: 53 cm
Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florencev


#15

Well, we’re at it again :slight_smile:
this one is kinda crappy but it can only get better :slight_smile:

002:
MICHELANGELO Buonarroti
Bacchus
1497
Marble, height: 203 cm
Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence


#16

You have some really great digital paintings here, I love the head studys, the baco’s torso is very good too, I love the colors!


#17

006:
MICHELANGELO Buonarroti
Christ Carrying the Cross
1521
Marble, height 205 cm
Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome

Talaria: Thank you very much! :slight_smile: which one do you like best if I may ask?


#18

my 3rd torso, I keep changing style… the eternal search for the way to go I guess…

010:
MICHELANGELO Buonarroti
Crouching Boy
1530-33
Marble, height: 54 cm
The Hermitage, St. Petersburg


#19

This one was suprisingly difficult.

011:
MICHELANGELO Buonarroti
David
1504
Marble, height 434 cm
Galleria dell’Accademia, Florence


#20

great work on adam… love the colors…