Wednesday, June 10, 2009

OIC Figure Drawing 9 June 2009






Yesterday was not only my first OIC figure drawing session, it was my first figure drawing session ever. So I was totally unprepared for the break neck speed of the 1 min to 3 min warm-up poses. I think I'll spare everyone the "exercise in futility" of the initial incomplete lines and cut straight to the more relaxing 5 min to 10 min poses heh... Thanks again to organisers and participants alike! Saw some really cool renderings yesterday, hope to see the rest of the group post them up! :)


25 comments:

mindflyer 小飞人 said...

amazing!!

pins said...

totally love the renders here bro!
great forms and anatomy.
impressed and very humbled here.
nice.

Zid said...

Holy shit these look really crisp, man! Envy envy o_o

sei-ji rakugaki said...

These are real tight sketches!

Jason Siew said...

Amazing, you captured the human forms very well, I'm really impressed!

Christine Lim Simpson said...

First time? Wow!
Thanks for sharing. :)

Brick said...

the proportion and shadings are brilliant, you are amazing!

zeropointfive said...

Heya Thanks everyone, I'm glad you like them :)

yea Pins, I'm humbled as well by everyone's comments heh, cuz everyone here's so kickass at what they do!

Sez you Zid! I'm still blown by ur last figure drawing ink and washes :D

Hope to see more drawings up.. like Mr Magic Hands Jason's!!

F L E E said...

Dayyummm zero!
shoot! i wanted to scan mine today and post...
now i have to "up" my game! (kidding lah)
hmmm... should i or shouldn't i....

You are the magician with the mechanical pencil!

kuanth said...

solid!

drewscape said...

excellent!

andyyang said...

Bro, you are a natural. Good observation especially the tones. What are the sizes for these pieces? :-)

zeropointfive said...

Thanks Andy :) They are each A4 size. The last one is A5. I just try to draw what i can see la heh. I may need to get my eyes checked cuz i think some of those muscles are figments of my imagination...

..What does it take to get u to post ur drawings, Lee? U want me to stand on food court table and wave giant OIC flag issit? lol

Thanks for the comments guys :)

Mr.B said...

holy smoke...saw u in action bro, u gotta gimme anatomy lessons, respek

ken lee said...

wow! this is amazing!!

Bella said...

sexy... and to know you used the model as solely a reference point makes me wanna whip out my bridgeman and grays anatomy and dig back into muscle practice! INSPIRING! please draw more.

Andrew said...

If this was your first figure drawing session ever, then you are a prodigy. The human form is the most difficult combination of shapes to render, but you've made it look effortless. Bravo!

F L E E said...

Dear Zero;

Waving a OIC flag at a Kopitiam Outlet (on top of a table) during lunch hour will be most appropriate, THANKS! After that THEN we'll talk bout posting my work.

dominique said...

These are great! I was sitting next to Zero and saw him in action, they look even better up close..

AG said...

pwns!

zeropointfive said...

uughs no i'm not a prodigy! But i suspect my years of drawing comic book superheroes helped hahaha

Thks again evryone! Dom, ur drawings look cool! :D

Dawn Tan said...

I really love how youve chosen to render the shadowy parts in such stark contrast. Bold and beautiful!

seaniscreative.com said...

i love the way they join up!!!

moodytwoshoes said...

I'm amazed and so impressed. The modelling of the form and the details are excellent! kowtow!!! :)

Amanda said...

These are really good! :)