B'aww, I usually don't submit sketches to dA, but I figure I should submit some form of art to show that I am very much not-dead! I have been drawing alot recently and posting on my LJ, but nothing finished for here. I decided to take a break from my current mammoth picture to sketch something else. Timeskip bambino, Ha neul and his beloved violin decided to make an appearance ; 3 ;.
I'll scrap this once I've finished the final version. I guess this just shows my finalised sketches, ready for inking, for those who are interested. I always like tampering with lighting in sketches, so I have a good idea as to what I'm wanting to achieve when it comes to the final version.
Oh, wow. I just stumbled upon this, and it is gorgeous. I mean, the lighting, with the glare and the posture and the violin itself, just--I can't even. *flail* But yeah, this is super super amazing, it leaves me actually breathless, just wow. I also play the violin, so this is like a huge connection for me. It's pretty beautiful.
Wow, that's one powerful and passionate picture. Starting with the composition, I love you threw him off the center of the picture, gives the sensation that he's actually playing somewhere and it's not just a pin-up picture, even if there's no background. And for the theme... God, I love that piece from Chopin (and I'm glad I have the strings and piano version of it, it generally comes only with piano) so, listening at that theme and watching this picture is pure delicious, his expression is... a poem, it reflects the intrincacy an melancholy of the strings. And the fact that's he's in his older version gives a touch of maturity that fits perfectly.
This makes me so happy. ^^ Has to be one of the first drawings of someone playing a violin that actually has it held correctly. Looks really fantastic and I look forward to seeing it worked on further.
haha, Yupp. Particularly on something as particular and exact as violin can be. I've been playing for four year now and I still get corrected on my hand shape, elbow height, wrist twist and bow angle, then there is the positioning of each finger, the bow pressure, posture, everything. >.> Heh. Interesting instrument to learn at least. lol.