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  • #7772

    Tom Babbey
    Moderator

    This is the Study Group for all lessons that are included in “Drawing Fundamentals Phase II.” Feel free to post all relevant work, both based on our video lessons and from your own personal studies, in this thread. You’re encouraged to ask for help, and give advice and critiques on other student’s work when they ask. Have fun, and study well!

    -Tom Babbey, Watts Atelier Support

    #8506

    SConrad
    Participant

    All right, here goes my homework for phase 2, still have the still life set up to draw yet…

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    #8556

    Joe
    Participant

    Very nice. The first figure came out really nice.

    #8851

    Jeffrey Watts
    Participant

    Really nice shadow-mapping, especially on the last one, SConrad. Keep up the great studies, I’m looking forward to seeing that still-life.

    #8852

    SConrad
    Participant

    Thanks Jeff!

    #8913

    Richard
    Participant

    Wow!!! Love the figure.

    #8919

    SConrad
    Participant

    Thanks Joseph and Richard! These fundamentals are a great challenge… No just blowing through these. 🙂

    #9343

    Marcelo
    Participant

    Nice work SConrad!

    I did the first workout for now.

    #9387

    Marcelo
    Participant

    Hi, more studies.

    #9391

    Marcelo
    Participant

    My first step of still life.

    #9416

    Marcelo
    Participant

    Hi,

    The drawing with mapping.

    #9437

    SConrad
    Participant

    Looks great Marcello! Nice work!

    #9450

    Marcelo
    Participant

    Thanks SConrad! I’m looking forward to seeing that still-life.

    #9478

    Tom Babbey
    Moderator

    Great work, Marcelo. I’m really digging that still life..You have some really nice marks and edge work on the teapot in there. One thing I’d love to see from you is a bit more value; don’t be afraid to go in there and punch up your darks a little more; you’d be surprised at just how much dimension some darker darks add to a piece!

    #9488

    SConrad
    Participant

    Here’s my still life… wasn’t sure whether or not we’re supposed to go off of what Jeff did on his drawing or not, regarding viewpoint. The angle that we’re looking on the photo provided to us is different obviously from what Jeff saw when he drew his. So, I tried to go off of what I saw on my reference photo as opposed to Jeff’s finished drawing, certain things, like the ornamental metal corners on the little book table I had a really hard time distinguishing at all. If Jeff hadn’t of put them in I probably would of left them out, simply because it just showed up as a dark on my screen…

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