.... put some wine in there and I would actually try reaching for it, lol.... that is incredible work... will have to study your work as I learn to draw more.... hope to manage to pull something like this off, to some degree eventually
Plot twist: That isnt a drawing
this is actually pretty clever
Why is work you post signed in Chinese ideograms?
beacause my name is Japanese.
They look so realistic...
this is both funny in a way and saws you talent! professional work, and it looks so realistic....I'm left speakless, the same for some other images of yours, so I'll simly write the same comment.....
OK...THIS IS AMAZING!!!!
Thanks for your kind comment!!
amazing they stand out of the page
I feel like I can pick up and drink from it
How do you draw 3d art? It must have taken a lot of skill to do
Anyways, awesome work!
Anyways, awesome work!
Well, as you can see, we, the ones who make 3D drawings are kind of jealous of the secret- It took me about 2 years to understand how to make one. Others hide their secrets because they are fake 3D artists. I just can tell you that once you understand the basic idea it is as easy or difficult as making a drawing from real life objects. Thatīt the way I made 3D 1 o 3. Or you can use what I call here "tools" befor making the drawing and then the process is exactly the same as making a drawing using a photo as reference. Thanks for your kind comments!!
From what I can see in the WIP of your mug I thought you used those 2 "tools" in your drawings. I made my 3D 1 to 3 without any kind of tools and it was, as I said, as simple as putting something in front of me and drawing. I made them in 30 min, an hour, an hour and a half respectively. Since the anamorphic process is a mental one, I would never dare to stop drawing, going for my camera, taking a picture, and sitting agian to draw. I would lose the same angle so important in these kind of drawings. Even mor important if you are drawing with daylight. I find it imposible to make such a clean line for the skecht when you draw even in normal "from live models" but instead I shuold use a lot of reference lines I delet at the end. Those lines should be visible on a WIP photo. I canīt find a way of drawing the shadow projected on the paper before having the total figures ended. As a matter of fact is that shadow the last thing I draw in all my still life drawings. Using those 2, or perhaps 3 tools allowes me even going to work and recommence my drawing work the next day and then the next. In the case of my Snoopy mug and the marbles, I did so. This is mainly because the 3D procces happens withing my mind but when I use those tools all happens outside my mind. Certainly in the case of this glass I didnīt use any kind of tools, not even tortillions. Just like renaissance artists did. But even using those tools, as I said, once I have my reference model, I make the drawing using a grid or some marrks on the paper that I use as a guide, again, like the great renaissance artists.
erm, not quite sure what yo say. I don't like it when my eyes dont work. I thought this was a glass on a piece of paper...but it's a drawing...HOW ARE YOU DOING THIS?!
I a way of speaking, Iīm doing this using the right part of my brain. Thanks for your comments!!