loes roos
loes roos
panama, mariato
Drawing since I was young, MSc biology, continued drawing, did courses to improve techniques. Mostly into scientific and nature related illustration
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Johannes Schiehsl
Excuse me Mr. Teacher .. didn't you tell us to make it in 3 point perspective? Also ... why do I feel like the proportions of your boxes are a bit ... wonky? ^^
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loes roos
Definitely harder in 3 point perspective. I was trying but ended up doing mostly 2 point...
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loes roos
Good critique. Definitely needs a lot of technical practice! But I belief I am at least understanding the theory of it!
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loes roos
Admitting that while proko talks in the demo and I am trying to draw, I am not paying enough attention. I get the principle but my do I find it hard. That these ellipses change so much... depending on their perspective. I shall need to practice way more cilinders and ellipes... not sure I want to do more tanks. In 2 point I kind of make it work, but the 3 point adds just another layer of complication... but now I hope to get a few more insights from the critiques...
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loes roos
After months of being on top of it, the high season in the hotel made me lag behind. And the topic of cars and tanks for cylinders is something very far out of my comfort zone. I decided to scribble along and do a few, all before seeing the demonstration... I hope to do more after the demonstration... not at all happy with it, the wheels look flat at the bottom... complicated stuff if you never really studied cars. I am the kind of person that does not recognize any brand of car really.
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Aaron Smith
After Bill Watterson, Dave Dorman and Heinrich Kley
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loes roos
Interesting artist studies. With the Dave Dorman I miss the darkest darks in your version.
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Josh Archer
Gonna have to do a lot more shrooms! :)
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loes roos
And when you do, try and vary their angle... Let them look up or down or from the back or topview... to keep it interesting
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loes roos
I never before learnt before about this weird way that the long axis does not need to be in the middel and that the short ellipse axis goes parallel to the vanishing point... very cool!!! But it does work... I will need to experiment with that! And that only with a perfect circle both axes are through the center and are equal... very interesting!
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Rachel Kellogg
I struggle to see gesture lines, especially when it comes to figure drawing. The cylindrical shape of the seals helped. Would love feedback!
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loes roos
Indeed Melanie is right. I think your focus is too much on the contour lines of the seal rather than on the gesture. A gesture line can also be seen as a line of action and can be for example roughly following the backbone in some poses... Or a particularly strong curve that can be exaggerated even more. Your drawings are more based on structure. With strong base lines that are perfect straights. The drawings are not bad though.
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@myccal
So I feel pretty comfortable with the simplified one, two, and three point perspective with simple boxes that have parallel sides and 90 degree corners. Will this course go further into more complex shapes? Like what if the box twists as it recedes or tapers as it comes toward you or curves?
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loes roos
It already did a bit... look at the comments Johannes S. did a whole bunch... plus a link....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcpkeIiTMCk
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