Friday, December 16, 2005

Value Studies


Trying to expand my artistic wings and explore some other areas of drawing. Thanks to Simon for the guidance!

14 comments:

Rachel said...

Looks fantastic!!!! Great detail!!! Good Job, Boogs!!

Jason said...

Great choice of poses. Is that Gilligan's dad? I stared at that middle one for awhile. Well done, keep it up...

Alina Chau said...

This is beautiful!! Great studies!

Aileen said...

wow. it's really nice to see you do something different. reminds me how talented and versatile an artist you are.

Gulzar said...

This is great tonal use Ed! wow! keep exploring...Am liking all your works friend...
The net has been wonderful...met so many good artists...N FRIENDS...thankyou friend...thank you for sharing all of these...

Simon Says said...

Good job Mr. Ed!!! Keep it up!!! Never stop the studies. Lets work on your painting now!!

Dave Pryor said...

Nice - the first one in particular really captures the face wrinkles!

Great art Ed.

St John Street said...

Ed the lighting in these are mind blowing mna we have to talk I could deffinately use your help or advice, just LOVE THEM. SO much feeling and pxression a joy to view my man.

Serapio Calm said...

Awesome studies! Very photorealistic!

St John Street said...

just dropped into show support in the new step of artist exploration great work keep them coming.

E said...

Sweet, sweet, sweet! Have you started painting yet? I think I'm kind of getting the hang of this so I wanna' start painting now, but I don't want to rush things, you know? Three or four pieces is far from truly studing an entire artistic style, right?

And thanks for stopping by and checking things out.

Gavin Ball said...

whoa, these are cool, how did you do these? Was it from life? Also what are the principles involved?

really cool character stuff also...

keep up the good work man

rickgo said...

thanks for the comment man,this its a personal project i work on from time to time

Heath said...

Nice rendering on this piece good values. I like your characters too! Thanks for the comment on my blog. Later!