Part 6 - Tentacle Demo 2
Part 6 - Tentacle Demo 2
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Part 6 - Tentacle Demo 2

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Nuno Da Silva
My go at the tentacle
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Thomas Lofving
Some fleshy things.
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Andrew Wilson
Really like that first arm
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Johnathan
Feebback is appreciated :)
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kurt elliott
First couple of goes at this exercise
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Adriel Lazarus
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cfineran
Decided to try it. I have a big question: I feel like I take a long time to try to figure out how to shade the forms. I get really really nervous and I don't know why. I haven't really done this before. Is it something that gets better with time? Edit: I added an updated piece cause I felt I overdid the gray using a conte stick.
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Paul Z
I don't know what exactly what you need to improve. I would first learn the science of how light and shadows work. Then draw a lot from life and learn from observation. The last step would be to shade from imagination. From your current drawing it is a bit unclear where the light source is coming from. Attached is my drawing from imagination. I am still learning too.
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gavin32
I had an attempt at the tentacle and then drawing my own. I got carried away and went way too big for my first go. I made a lot of mistakes along the way but it was fun to see it come together.
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klara brumnik
omg no way i love this, this is so good!!!
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Steven Zapata
Good job! I think they came out nice.
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Gerard Leeson
Wish that’s what it looked like when I made mistakes.
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Matt Abery
My attempt after watching part 5 & part 6 and I'm not sure how I feel about it but I could a lot better with adding the finer details but considering I'm working on a small drawing (half a page on A4) I pretty much found it difficult to do the small renders of the drawing. I don't really do imaginative drawings as I mostly draw from reference so this was a new horizon for me. Off topic but whenever I take a picture of my drawings they seem to make it worse then they are or that might be a reflection of my drawing isn't rendered enough.
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Steven Zapata
I think it's a great start! Good job. It is true that photos tend to make pencil drawings look bad, but you're right that if you push it all the way to the other side nothing will stop it from looking good. I always prefer scanning my pencil drawings, but using a diffuse window light tends to work best for me when I can't do that- it does create a gradient across the photo however and usually requires a temperature adjustment. Your phone's editing tools usually have some options to address those, though.
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nikki112459
Sir there is nothing wrong with your drawing. Do some more using this technique and it will come like second nature.
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nikki112459
that is awsome
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Inkbyrock
Just wanted to say that I enjoyed your class very much so thank you. You are amazing and here is my shot on one of the exercises. Will definitely continue to practice shading more and with a fresh perspective on how to approach it. Thank you again and cant wait to see more classes from you.
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Steven Zapata
Love this thing! Hell yeah! Awesome job.
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Francisco Javier Jáuregui Molina
Absolutely beautiful 🌙🤍🌙
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Alexis Saldivar
Sort of looks like an elephant trunk wtih a bird form at the end. This is awesome!
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