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Old 01-19-2011   #1
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Hello all,

Wanted to post some more work. I'm considering applying to Gnomon very soon and would like to see how my work stacks up. Any advice is welcome, I look forward to it!

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Ronny
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Old 01-22-2011   #2
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Seems like a good start - love the lighting effect on the two first characters.

however i believe you should concentrate more on the sketching, light research only by shading with a pencil, colors, warm and cold compositions etc - more traditional, than concept and finalized art. Not saying you should only focus on that, but firm grasp of traditional concepts always get you ahead more, than not knowing them fully
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Old 01-22-2011   #3
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Thanks rocneasta, if you get time can you check out my sketches... http://forums.thegnomonworkshop.com/...ead.php?t=3916

I appreciate the crit and will take any advice.

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Old 01-24-2011   #4
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Love you figure drawings GnomonRizzle ...... I love the style ..... Im studying myself these days too ...

Hey have you tried ... the figure drawing tutorial series from "David Finch" from gnomonworkshop ???? Thats some awesome stuff man!!!! .... And try books from "Burne Horgarth" and "George B Bridgma" as well if you are serious about figure drawing ....
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Old 01-25-2011   #5
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Hey thanks a lot ipranawake. I bought the David Finch DVD: Dynamic Figure Drawing: The Body and it is awesome! I also enjoy Burne Horgarth and there is this amazing guy, all I can remember right now is his first name, Ken or maybe Kenneth something? I'll try to find him again and get you the name. One of my teachers introduced me to his work and I was blown away. Thanks for the heads up on George Bridgman!
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Thanks, Dean! Glad you take a look at my little expression gift.

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Are you guys planning on getting more interior pieces? Like the rear cab panels, and the dash frame?
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