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Author Topic: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston  (Read 17149 times)

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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #60 on: July 14, 2009, 06:54:40 pm »
i like this one! best so far IMO.
it has a deeper meaning ;)
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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #61 on: July 15, 2009, 03:03:30 am »
Thanks Code. Glad you like it.

Two more. One new, and one older that I never uploaded.

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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #62 on: July 15, 2009, 03:09:50 am »
They are well drawn. Little sloppy, I like that though.

You're pics are all cool, but they scare me. haha!
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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #63 on: July 15, 2009, 01:01:04 pm »
thanks! If they scare you, that means I'm doing something right :P
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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #64 on: July 15, 2009, 04:42:12 pm »
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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #65 on: July 15, 2009, 05:54:19 pm »
Do you paint? If not I think you should practice any type of painting and/or pastels. You're style will really show if you do either of those.
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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #66 on: July 15, 2009, 07:16:10 pm »
Do you paint? If not I think you should practice any type of painting and/or pastels. You're style will really show if you do either of those.

I don't paint much though, but I've thought about getting into it. so maybe sometime in the future. At the moment I'm keeping to pencils , an erasor and a sharpener to keep it as simple as possible until I think my style has progressed to a satosfactory level. But sometime I'll definatly try to get into it!
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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #67 on: July 15, 2009, 07:34:36 pm »
Do you paint? If not I think you should practice any type of painting and/or pastels. You're style will really show if you do either of those.

I don't paint much though, but I've thought about getting into it. so maybe sometime in the future. At the moment I'm keeping to pencils , an erasor and a sharpener to keep it as simple as possible until I think my style has progressed to a satosfactory level. But sometime I'll definatly try to get into it!
You're style is beyond satisfactory, when you can say that you have your own unique style then you've obviously progressed beyond a mediocre level. Most of your drawings are dark in color making me think you like color and/or multiple shades. Many of them make me think you'd be great at creating characters. Especially for things like cartoons and such. Pastels are great because they are like pencils in a way that you can sort of sketch with them as well. Yeah but if you'd like to paint but prefer to wait, go ahead, but I honestly think you would be great with pastels.
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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #68 on: July 15, 2009, 07:44:58 pm »
You're style is beyond satisfactory, when you can say that you have your own unique style then you've obviously progressed beyond a mediocre level. Most of your drawings are dark in color making me think you like color and/or multiple shades. Many of them make me think you'd be great at creating characters. Especially for things like cartoons and such. Pastels are great because they are like pencils in a way that you can sort of sketch with them as well. Yeah but if you'd like to paint but prefer to wait, go ahead, but I honestly think you would be great with pastels.

Thanks! I imagine using colours would be liberating for me, so I wont have to keep in black/white all the time. I've been creating characters ever since I've held a pencil in my hand, so I got some practice there, but it's only lately that I've been able to express them mcuh more comprehensible to others, but I still got a bit of a way to go there until I'm satisfied with how I can express them since I have limitations that keep me from being happy with what I create. But I promise that the moment I've done a drawing that I'm actually happy with, I'll move on to more than pencils and erasers, since that is when my base knowledge and abilities are good enough for me!
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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #69 on: July 15, 2009, 07:53:39 pm »
You're style is beyond satisfactory, when you can say that you have your own unique style then you've obviously progressed beyond a mediocre level. Most of your drawings are dark in color making me think you like color and/or multiple shades. Many of them make me think you'd be great at creating characters. Especially for things like cartoons and such. Pastels are great because they are like pencils in a way that you can sort of sketch with them as well. Yeah but if you'd like to paint but prefer to wait, go ahead, but I honestly think you would be great with pastels.

Thanks! I imagine using colours would be liberating for me, so I wont have to keep in black/white all the time. I've been creating characters ever since I've held a pencil in my hand, so I got some practice there, but it's only lately that I've been able to express them mcuh more comprehensible to others, but I still got a bit of a way to go there until I'm satisfied with how I can express them since I have limitations that keep me from being happy with what I create. But I promise that the moment I've done a drawing that I'm actually happy with, I'll move on to more than pencils and erasers, since that is when my base knowledge and abilities are good enough for me!
Have you taken any drawing classes? I know what it's like to just sit at a desk and just be disappointed in yourself with everything you've drawn or created. I took drawing last year and I learned there really are "principles" of art. If you haven't taken any classes then I'm more than sure you can find them online(principles of art, etc.). I think that's what my problem was, I wasn't sure of really what I was doing, rather just having fun and messing around. After I took that class I was able to sit down, with NO inspiration and create an original piece of art! With inspiration it's even better. Sometimes you just have to know what you're looking for in your own artwork, and there is information out there to give you the knowledge you need to satisfy yourself. It took me a while myself to see what I needed to improve on and to be okay with what I was capable of creating. (being happy with what I've done) There is always something to be said about an original piece of art.

Yeah but for now keep it to your liking until you see what I'm talking about.
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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #70 on: July 15, 2009, 08:37:18 pm »
Have you taken any drawing classes? I know what it's like to just sit at a desk and just be disappointed in yourself with everything you've drawn or created. I took drawing last year and I learned there really are "principles" of art. If you haven't taken any classes then I'm more than sure you can find them online(principles of art, etc.). I think that's what my problem was, I wasn't sure of really what I was doing, rather just having fun and messing around. After I took that class I was able to sit down, with NO inspiration and create an original piece of art! With inspiration it's even better. Sometimes you just have to know what you're looking for in your own artwork, and there is information out there to give you the knowledge you need to satisfy yourself. It took me a while myself to see what I needed to improve on and to be okay with what I was capable of creating. (being happy with what I've done) There is always something to be said about an original piece of art.

Yeah but for now keep it to your liking until you see what I'm talking about.

Not any proper drawing classes no. I know there are quite a few principles of art, and I even read about some of them, but I try to refrain from getting too much information on waht I should and shouldn't do. I try to use my eyes and hand and inspiration from other great artists, and not know so much theory or anything. My shading, toning and sense of perspecitve are all self taught, and I want to do that for most of my abilities so I'll be able to obtain a really original look to what I do.

How about your work? I haven't seen a thread by you, why don't you make one and show off your own art? Would be cool to see what others are able to do here!
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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #71 on: July 15, 2009, 09:22:12 pm »
Have you taken any drawing classes? I know what it's like to just sit at a desk and just be disappointed in yourself with everything you've drawn or created. I took drawing last year and I learned there really are "principles" of art. If you haven't taken any classes then I'm more than sure you can find them online(principles of art, etc.). I think that's what my problem was, I wasn't sure of really what I was doing, rather just having fun and messing around. After I took that class I was able to sit down, with NO inspiration and create an original piece of art! With inspiration it's even better. Sometimes you just have to know what you're looking for in your own artwork, and there is information out there to give you the knowledge you need to satisfy yourself. It took me a while myself to see what I needed to improve on and to be okay with what I was capable of creating. (being happy with what I've done) There is always something to be said about an original piece of art.

Yeah but for now keep it to your liking until you see what I'm talking about.

Not any proper drawing classes no. I know there are quite a few principles of art, and I even read about some of them, but I try to refrain from getting too much information on waht I should and shouldn't do. I try to use my eyes and hand and inspiration from other great artists, and not know so much theory or anything. My shading, toning and sense of perspecitve are all self taught, and I want to do that for most of my abilities so I'll be able to obtain a really original look to what I do.

How about your work? I haven't seen a thread by you, why don't you make one and show off your own art? Would be cool to see what others are able to do here!
Well it doesn't so much as dictate your work but advises you on how to create things like, depth and flow to make your art really pop out. Yeah I still need to do an introduction and I was thinking about making a thread. I don't have much to put, most of my work is still in my old class as I left it there ha.
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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #72 on: August 15, 2009, 02:30:45 am »
Kay, new batch of drawings. 3 faces from imagination, one sketch of Jennifer Garner, and one cartoonification of my dad:

Portrait sketch



Portrait Sketch 2



Portrait Sketch 3



Jennifer Garner



"Fattern" (Cartoonification of my dad)

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Re: Stuff And Stiff by Gaston
« Reply #73 on: August 15, 2009, 03:22:31 am »
Those are really good gaston. Keep up the nice work.
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