Started this month studying some compositions from imagination. I didn’t use any reference, so I struggled SO MUCH to do this. Composition is something I have to study way more!
I also did two studies after masters, one after Dean Cornwell and the second I never found who is the author.
Still life paintings. I’m still struggling so much with these, but I’m having a lot of fun.
And here are my traditional illustration studies:
Composition studies after masters using limited values. IT’S SO HARD OMG! But super fun!
After Anders Zorn:
After Dean Cornwell:
After J. C. Leyendecker:
After Edward Hopper:
After Paul Emile Chabas:
Still life study:
And a little Oliver Twist character study:
Started the year with master studies after John Singer Sargent
Perspective studies from imagination
And this weird portrait from imagination. I definitely have to study more heads, specially male heads
Then I started the composition studies, first trying to understand the work of some masters. I’m sorry that everything is in portuguese, but if you want I can translate it all later.
Here are some lighting studies using simple shapes.
Also started to study colors. Little colored balls to get started on the subject.
Master studies: after Dice Tsutsumi and after Anders Zorn
More shapes to study light and color
And more still life
This was me trying to apply the studies on a character. Did a fanart of She-ha
I’m sorry, but there are more stuff. Some colored pencil studies. I used Faber Castell polychromos, Golfaber and Goldfaber Aqua.
In November I started studying digital painting. You’re going to see a bunch of digital and traditional stuff from now on. The first studies were master studies after John Singer Sargent.
Of course I didn’t forget the watercolor studies:
A bunch of random stuff. 2 inktober sketches, an inkdancer, some heads and watercolor.
September had two inkdancers and a lot of watercolor studies.
Our so much loved master studies are back! Watercolor version!
And a pirate based on a picture to end the month.
On July I did the Life Drawing studies, but started studying some traditional medium to relax a little bit as well. You’ll see a lot of graphite, watercolor and colored pencils.