Luke Ng
Luke Ng
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Aspiring animator and storyboard artist
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Had some trouble with form intersections in another drawing so I thought I'd practice that as part of the review of one point perspective.
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Luke Ng
Very Cool!
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Luke Ng
Here's my submission. It's of a bedroom interior with an impractical sink
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scoshiart
first one is weighted lines to convey shapes, and second one is to convey light and shadow! let me know what you think. one critique i have of myself is that they are too similar, the shadow one is not 'shadowy' enough'? thanks!
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Luke Ng
Great work! I like your line they have so much energy to them. For the first one, I struggled as well trying to decide what was important and what wasn't. For me, I decided that the head was important so I gave it a heavy outline all around to make it stand out and lighter lines for what I thought wasn't as important. Hope that helps. I'm not sure what you mean by "noy shadowy enough", but I feel like the light source isn't clear enough on the second image. For example, if I assume the light source is coming from the bottom left of the page the front legs have thin lines to convey light, but the lips do not. Making it hard to tell where the light is coming from. But you're able to show contrast in your line weights which is a very good skill to have.
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Luke Ng
Great line quality!
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Cecilia Stagni
I didn't time myself: I wanted to focus on proportions and quality of the line. I used overhand grip with charcoal pencil on newspaper.
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Luke Ng
Your lines are really pretty. Great job!
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Thieum
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Two other rhythm studies. First in pencil. Then I tried to apply these concepts in digital. After which I tried a shading technique using the lasso tool and a textured brush. Very fun technique which allows you to think about the shape of each shadow
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Luke Ng
Awesome!
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Alvaro Villanueva
The rythem studies any feedback is appreciate :D I dont know if I do properly good the flows and proportions
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Luke Ng
Nice work!
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Luke Ng
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Here's my first batch of the assignment, I didn't time these drawings. Some poses were harder than others and I had to redo them, especially the ones with foreshortening. I kept feeling like I was making mannequin studies with some of these as we were supposed to be more accurate with these drawings than gesture drawings (at least that's what I think we're supposed to do). All critiques are welcome!
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Florian Haeckh
8 from ref and 4 without ref. great exercise. I hope I can translate that to anatomy-studies.
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Luke Ng
Great studies! I really like the one's you made without reference
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Luke Ng
Level 2 Assignment. All critiques are welcome
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Luke Ng
Here's my Level 1 assignment submission. I struggled with the poses where the animal wasn't doing anything interesting, but I guess that's the point of the assignment. All critiques are welcome
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Luke Ng
Here's my attempt using the eyeballing method and making much fewer measurements. I found that when using the more precise measuring method Stan showed in his last Demo I made the subject slight too thin and I think I overcompensated for that with this one and made it too wide. I guess with more studies my drawings will get more accurate
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Luke Ng
My second attempt after watching the demo. Seeing Stan doing the assignment really cleared up a lot of questions I had with the process, making this attempt take much less time than the first one did
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Luke Ng
Finally done with this drawing. It took so much longer than Stan said it would, especially because I was checking my proportions with the reference at every stage. Speed was my biggest struggle with this, how often should we check our work against the reference
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Luke Ng
Level 2 Assignment with an Orangutan, all critiques are welcome
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Luke Ng
Another attempt at the level 2 Exercise after watching Stan's Demo. All critiques are welcome
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Luke Ng
Another attempt at the level 2 Exercise. Koala portraits. All critiques are welcome
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Luke Ng
Here's my first attempt at the level 2 exercise. All critiques are welcome!
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Luke Ng
Here's my submission for the Level 1 Animal portraits. All critiques are welcome
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Luke Ng
Here's my first submission for the Level 1 project using the references Stan provided. All critiques are welcome
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