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Discussion in 'Picture gallery' started by geezpot, May 2, 2004.
KartOne by Sesk1
Eliminate the excess. Simplify the piece and all you have left are the letters. Structure and layout speak volumes in a finished piece. You can mask and disguise weak points with bright colours and a ton of doo dads and bits but you’re only fooling yourself. I’m all about finding smarter and more visually appealing ways to connect letters so the piece has a flow within it as well as a whole. Where , you can start with the first , and follow as smooth as possible through the connections. Over the years I’ve simplified and re built only to simplify and rebuild again and again every couple years. I can only speak on my experience, but what I’ve found is that in order to take steps forward I need to take steps backwards every once in a while to really break down an understanding of the letter structures. While equally important to search for new ways to add extensions and connections After a while I find I fall into bad habits and need to strip all the extra shit away piece by piece paying close attention to things that actually work, and things I’ve tricked myself into thinking worked but in reality don’t fit in the style or execution. It’s a never ending evolution to develop and I’m enjoying the ups and downs. I’m looking forward to painting this outline as soon as I can.... should be a really funky one
Japs o3s combo
Old unfinished character from old blackbook by Sesk1
Arm sketch from old blackbook by Sesk1
Unfinished character from old blackbook by Sesk1
Close eye on everything
Sticker splayed his exchange and japsone
Am i toy?????????
This doesn’t look bad at all. But, the fact you have to ask that makes me wonder. Anyone who has developed an understanding of letter structure to this point wouldn’t question if they are or not. Also anybody who has developed this far must have quite a bit of actual painting experience behind them because to get to this level of letter form I’d be safe to assume it took quite a few years of development and a lot of practice. So the fact you’re asking makes me wonder if this is 100% your work or not.
100% mine. all drawings in the same notebook. I didn't copy. I drawing about 1.5 year
Brexit by Sesk1
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