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Postby Chewfie » Fri Jun 17, 2016 11:20 am

Hi guys,

I'm new here and wanted to say hi! I'm relatively new to drawing/digital painting and love it so far. I'll put up some of my older studies to get started.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Fri Jun 17, 2016 11:31 am

Here are some more recent studies. I have started learning colour bit by bit while experimenting with brushes. Still life studies have been an eye opener and they are fascinating to do.

Thanks for viewing and leave a comment if you have some tips for me.
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Decided to crack this colour thing open by doing some still life studies. Very useful!
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Sat Jun 18, 2016 1:44 am

Some recent portrait practice at the end of the post. I am trying a lot of techniques lately and feel a bit lost to be honest. There are so many ways to get to a finished drawing.
I don't know if painting with opaque brushes is good or not. I like to use that pressure sensitivity because it feels more natural, but on the other hand it can be a bit messy...argh What do you guys use?

Thanks for stopping by.
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From life. Texture is cool and all but maybe I should stick to regular brushes for now?
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Sun Jun 19, 2016 10:17 am

This still life study took up all my practice time. Need to get faster...
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Mon Jun 20, 2016 4:38 pm

Today's still life study was quite tricky, almost gave up midway though. Simplifying detail is key. Started reading through Michael Hampton's book on figure drawing and it's fun to make loose strokes for a change. Will try to ink over the sketches to practice line quality. Last sketch is a quick colour study of how I feel at the moment :)
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby vishakh67 » Tue Jun 21, 2016 3:16 pm

Hi there!

You've got a great start, especially with the still life studies. You keep doing that non-stop and you'll see the effects of those studies in all your artworks (Color/Value/Framing).

For Michael Hampton studies, I recommend that you balance copying his work with applying his principles on actual studies. Copying his works will ensure you understand what he is communicating, but it's not enough as you are only replicating his simplification of the real figure. Next step would be to take a reference image of a nude figure and break down the body in to similar boxes/cylinders to really translate what you learned into application!

Also, I noticed that in your color studies you mostly use textured brushes. They end up giving some muddy colors and forms. I would recommend that you try to achieve your color studies through the basic photoshop brush, with pressure sensitivity for the opacity for blending. And just used that basic brush to nail the color/values of your studies.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Tue Jun 21, 2016 4:48 pm

hey vishakh67 Hello and thanks for the ideas, I will certainly do some gesture drawings soon.Just wanted to get used to his method a bit. For today's still life I tried without opacity for a while but couldn't resist until the end. Anyway it felt a lot more painterly than my previous attempts. So far in my still life studies I get to a point where I have to state what is there instead of simplifying and I feel that I'm making too many useless brush strokes. I will try the basic brushes only for my next one.

Really enjoying the Hampton book so far. I has helped me to loosen up a bit. I also did a bit of doodling on the side just for fun.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Wed Jun 22, 2016 11:28 am

Started doing gestures from Pixelovely and boy it is difficult. So hard to see the perspective of the body. I've banished the texture brushes for now as recommended by vishakh67.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Thu Jun 23, 2016 5:17 pm

Some more studies. I realise now that the textured brushes were a bit of a crutch because I was going from one happy accident to another. Without them feels like 'hard mode' is on.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Fri Jun 24, 2016 10:45 am

I'm in landscape mode right now.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Imbalantus » Fri Jun 24, 2016 4:53 pm

Gestures, paintings, it all looks good so far. Nothing much to crit really.

About textured brushes, I think it's actually better to work with them, because later as a pro, more likely you're going to use them anyway. While for now sometimes happy accidents happen, but maybe you'll learn to make them intentional and not just accidents.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Sat Jun 25, 2016 3:57 am

Hi Imbalantus Yeah I will probably start using the textured brushes again soon. When I started earlier this year I downloaded a few brush packs and got overwhelmed pretty fast. Then I saw Shaddy Safadi's videos on Youtube, got his set and stuck to those for now. Would you say that is a good set to learn from?

Did some more gesture practice and landscapes.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby vishakh67 » Fri Jul 08, 2016 3:33 pm

Lot of paintings !

Keep doing a lot of these environment paintings. The more you do, the easier it gets.

Regarding the brushes. Shaddy is the man! I remember in one of his videos he mentions that one should be able to make progress with just that set. As you progress, you will feel the need for the brushes through your own experiences, and you will find them or even make them! Since your focus is to study, rely on your brush strokes for now, rather than happy accidents. More than anything... don't worry about the brushes too much now :) Just keep painting those landscapes !!
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Tue Jul 12, 2016 3:58 pm

Lately I've been experimenting with the RGB sliders instead of the HSL to select my colour. So far I like the fact that you can get some subtle hue changes.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Slade » Tue Jul 12, 2016 10:10 pm

Wow, I really like those earlier value studies.The colours in the snail study was also really good. So much goodness! Why is everyone here so good? T.T
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Wed Jul 13, 2016 3:36 pm

Hey Slade thanks, I appreciate it.

Two studies from today.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Thu Aug 25, 2016 2:46 pm

Small update, hope do to more in the coming weeks. The hard round brush is becoming friendlier and the RGB sliders are not as mysterious as before thanks to Linran's color tutorial.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Mon Nov 14, 2016 9:36 am

Some of my latest studies, focusing on b&w portraits. These were done with the triangular brush only. I like it so much because it gives me the feeling of sculpting the form.
Any tips you have for me are more than welcome so I can improve these. I am trying harder and seeing more with each exercise.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Uiriamu » Mon Nov 14, 2016 2:59 pm

Interesting brush work in your latest portraits! :D
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Mon Nov 14, 2016 6:11 pm

@ Uiriamu Thanks, going for the messy and somewhat abstract shapes.

Two more from this evening.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Tue Nov 15, 2016 9:43 pm

Pro tip of the day: Shading can do miracles but it cannot fix a bad drawing...
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Taylor-Payton » Sun Nov 20, 2016 10:49 am

Dude, good diligence, Chewfie!

I can see your values and brushwork moving forward. The colors are gaining points as well!

It sounds like you know you need to focus on drawing more so in terms of accuracy, placement, proportion, etc...So it'll be nice to see how you begin to work out some of the issues.
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Re: Chewfie's Artchew

Postby Chewfie » Sun Nov 27, 2016 6:49 pm

Hey Taylor, thanks for stopping by. Yeah, I need to practice construction with line only to improve my proportion and placement. There is no hiding in line study.
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Re: Chewfie's Sketchbook

Postby Othrandir » Mon Nov 28, 2016 8:56 am

Hey man! That's a really nice sketchbook you've got here. Your technique improves so much from post to post. I specifically love the LOTR studies and the still lifes. Looking forward to seeing more work!
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Re: Chewfie's Sketchbook

Postby Chewfie » Mon Nov 28, 2016 5:50 pm

Hey Othrandir thanks for the nice words. It's a nice feeling when things click in your head and you start to see the big picture.

Bit more landscapes for color practice. The last two are from a recent trip to Mexico. Wanted to get these out before the color impression fades away from memory.
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Re: Chewfie's Sketchbook

Postby Chewfie » Tue Nov 29, 2016 5:13 pm

Going back to basics with head construction exercises.
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Re: Chewfie's Sketchbook

Postby Chewfie » Fri Dec 02, 2016 7:22 pm

Construction drawing is quite difficult compared to pure observation. Hopefully I'll be able to get the hang of it. After another failed enviro study decided to do some planar value study as a reminder. Basics are so important. Also Robh Ruppel is one clever dude. His Graphic LA book is just amazing.
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Re: Chewfie's Sketchbook

Postby Chewfie » Sun Dec 04, 2016 6:21 pm

Last few days' studies have been a bit slow.
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Re: Chewfie's Sketchbook

Postby Chewfie » Thu Dec 08, 2016 6:30 pm

Last few days tries.
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Re: Chewfie's Sketchbook

Postby Chewfie » Thu Dec 15, 2016 5:31 pm

Haven't got much to show sadly. Been watching some tutorials more than drawing and lifting my jaw from the floor while browsing Artstation. Trying to emulate the pros can be a bit demoralising :) Ah well, onwards and upwards!
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