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Posted Jul 15, '13 at 10:26am

ivanxxxxxxx

ivanxxxxxxx

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Knight

I have just now noticed this thread.

Well,Let's get started.

The Lady and The Gentleman
Pay attention to the shape of face!
The Gentleman is pretty good, but
The Lady should have different contours.
See how it's clear to see that in your next drawing "Wolfslove"
The Gentleman reminds me of a character from the game
Professor Layton by the way.
As for the other drawings,My advice for you is to
pay attention to the following things:
image geometry,position of things in space,depth(shadows).
Do not take my advices wrong,I'm really trying to help.
Only the real friend will tell what you're doing wrong.
By the way,your drawings are very imaginative,
which is a big plus ;)

As for sculpture, I think you're doing great.

 

Posted Jul 16, '13 at 6:26pm

dair5

dair5

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Anyways, I like how you're showing what's going on in the scenes. Especially the strange creature that came out of the water.

Ah, yes the sea buffalo. I'm trying to get myself to dream about it again. It's like the dream version of Moby ****.

Most female human beings these days.

Ha, I typed in "selfie" in google as a reference xD. I had tags for it too that didn't come into the picture. Its nice to know the concept is still clear without them.

The Lady and The Gentleman
Pay attention to the shape of face!
The Gentleman is pretty good, but
The Lady should have different contours.

Ah... Yup, I see it. Her jawline comes down so it looks like she has a big chin. And the straight line also makes it look just a little more masculine. (or maybe that's just me.)

The Gentleman reminds me of a character from the game
Professor Layton by the way.

Oh! Yeah I see it.

As for the other drawings,My advice for you is to
pay attention to the following things:
image geometry,position of things in space,depth(shadows).

I definitely have a problem with depth. For some reason I have a problem applying 3 dimensional concepts to my drawings. I'm slowly improving, but my drawings are still pretty 2-d right now. 

Do not take my advices wrong,I'm really trying to help.
Only the real friend will tell what you're doing wrong.
By the way,your drawings are very imaginative,
which is a big plus ;)

Of course not. Advice and criticism are welcome :)

As for sculpture, I think you're doing great.

Thank you. And that reminds me!

I'm currently painting the clay animal sculpture. I finished the chubby lady (who is has kindof transformed into a deity) so pictures of that tomorrow. And I've also been making miniature animals out of a charcoal eraser-but its hard to tell what animal they are since they aren't very detailed.

 

Posted Jul 16, '13 at 7:06pm

OperationNilo

OperationNilo

2,045 posts

Ah, yes the sea buffalo. I'm trying to get myself to dream about it again. It's like the dream version of Moby ****.

This censor made me chuckle a little, haha.

Ha, I typed in "selfie" in google as a reference xD. I had tags for it too that didn't come into the picture. Its nice to know the concept is still clear without them.

^^^^^

I'm currently painting the clay animal sculpture. I finished the chubby lady (who is has kindof transformed into a deity) so pictures of that tomorrow. And I've also been making miniature animals out of a charcoal eraser-but its hard to tell what animal they are since they aren't very detailed.

I'll be keeping an eye on this thread ;)

 

Posted Jul 17, '13 at 10:28pm

dair5

dair5

2,479 posts

Here's that almost chubby lady who ended up being a deity for various reasons.

http://i1055.photobucket.com/albums/s511/dair5/20130717_112208_zps09e73f41.jpg

My first project was paper, second was clay, so I decided to make this one a combination of both. I painted the paper with watercolors.

I'll probably be posting eraser animals for a few days. They're 5 minute sculptures and the eraser is pretty small. About

http://i1055.photobucket.com/albums/s511/dair5/20130717_222120_LLS_zpsdcb16b9d.jpg

This big. So I mostly rely on making key features to make each animal  recognizable. Details... not so much.

 

Posted Jul 18, '13 at 5:03am

ivanxxxxxxx

ivanxxxxxxx

1,064 posts

Knight

This big. So I mostly rely on making key features to make each animal  recognizable. Details... not so much.

Key Details :)

If you want to practice shading (depth),I suggest that you practice with apples.
Trust me that is the best way.

 

Posted Jul 18, '13 at 10:05pm

dair5

dair5

2,479 posts

If you want to practice shading (depth),I suggest that you practice with apples.
Trust me that is the best way.

Cool, I'll see if I can draw a few with hatching, crosshatching, and stippling.

So here's the first one, a dog.
http://i1055.photobucket.com/albums/s511/dair5/20130712_145504_zps4dad87ff.jpg

The next will be a cat, a pig, and a pikachu. And then maybe some random objects? I dunno, I'd like any suggestions for things to make. The eraser is really fun to use.

 

Posted Jul 21, '13 at 6:08pm

OperationNilo

OperationNilo

2,045 posts

An ant. Please do an ant.

 

Posted Jul 22, '13 at 8:05pm

dair5

dair5

2,479 posts

Sure.

http://i1055.photobucket.com/albums/s511/dair5/2013-07-22123220_zpsbc0c2364.png

The ant was a little tricky because their legs are really long and thin. That's pretty much impossible with this eraser, so I had to hold it and make sure the legs were okay. But I do like how it came out. It was my first bug.
http://i1055.photobucket.com/albums/s511/dair5/20130716_131718_zpsa5b808e2.jpg

And here's the cat. Also had a little trouble standing, but I like the way it looked tilted. A little like its stretching or crouching.

I also have a couple drawings, but I'll put them in another post. I think I'm only supposed to have one picture in each anyway >.>

 

Posted Jul 23, '13 at 11:46pm

dair5

dair5

2,479 posts

Here's pikachu. This one was interesting because it was really hard to make such a tiny pikachu. So I decided to flatten out the eraser a little to make things easier. The tail especially is very flat. It'll fall off right away without any support.   

http://i1055.photobucket.com/albums/s511/dair5/20130712_163359_zpsb7e71609.jpg

And here's a pig. I decided to add little eyes and nose. Last time I made a pig people thought it was a dog.
http://i1055.photobucket.com/albums/s511/dair5/20130717_112853_zpsf736c8a0.jpg

And finally (the inanimate object I was talking about) a mini dagger. I really like this one, and I like it even more because of the way the picture was taken. The lighting just seems perfect to me.

http://i1055.photobucket.com/albums/s511/dair5/20130719_000203_LLS_zpsddbe178c.jpg

 

Posted Jul 26, '13 at 6:21pm

ivanxxxxxxx

ivanxxxxxxx

1,064 posts

Knight

Nice work!Have you tried to color up your ​​sculptures?
Also I recommend you to try working on some details with needles :)

I drew some sketches to show you some tricks with space

http://s17.postimg.org/8m0vwyqyn/ivanart_22.jpg

 
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