St. Georg, Hamburg, Germany (RESULTS)

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St. Georg, Hamburg, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby silgoem » Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:28 pm

Sadly we had pretty typical fall weather here in Hamburg today which means dismal, grey, rainy and cold. So any plans I had for going to various outdoor locations pretty much fell through and I just walked a bit around my neighborhood scribbling ink sketches of street scenes and the main-train-station-interior. Since I spent too little time actually crawling I spruced my sketches up a bit at home with Photoshop in greyscales...very fitting for the weather. Anyway here's my haul of the day:

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Re: St.Georg, HH, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby The_Radish » Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:33 pm

Just with an ink pen?! Crazy good!

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Re: St.Georg, HH, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby silgoem » Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:43 pm

@The_Radish
Thanks. The sketches were drawn with an ink-pen, grey-scales were totally photoshopped :) Usually I do more shading (cross-hatching) by pen but the weather sucked so I didn't feel like doing anything more elaborate than just lineart.

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Re: St.Georg, HH, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby Thorsx » Sun Nov 22, 2009 12:10 am

Fabulous work!

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Re: St.Georg, HH, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby Natsumi Tsuchida » Sun Nov 22, 2009 3:36 am

Greate! :clap:
I like your style very much!
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Re: St.Georg, HH, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby Thorsten » Sun Nov 22, 2009 8:57 am

-- wonderful drawings again. I like the railroad-one best!
Did you go into SCrawling spontaneously, as we tried to meet up before in this forum.
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Maybe you might want to join us next time.
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Re: St. Georg, Hamburg, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby paradeisos » Sun Nov 22, 2009 11:17 am

Great results, Silgoem; That oblique perspectives are really striking! and the spatial effect achieved with the steel trusses in the station. The suburban feeling in the railway one is excellent, as well as the two streetscapes.
The grey character of the day is perfectly shown in your sketches... how different from the end-of-summer ones from your 24th sketchcrawl. We in Málaga had a grey, cloudy day. Not good for andalusian standards, but mild temperature and no rain :)

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Re: St. Georg, Hamburg, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby rohit » Sun Nov 22, 2009 2:19 pm

wonderful linework silgoem... each of the sketches is beautiful and you have put the tones of grey to be best use... wonderful!! :thumbup:

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Re: St. Georg, Hamburg, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby ushio18 » Sun Nov 22, 2009 7:50 pm

nice drawings!

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Re: St. Georg, Hamburg, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby silgoem » Mon Nov 23, 2009 4:02 pm

Thanks everyone, glad that you enjoyed my sketches. In the future I'm definitely going to have to settle for an indoor location for any sketchcrawls happening during the wintermonths to get some proper work done.

@Thorsten

Hattet ihr auch denn tatsächlich noch zusammengerottet? Ich hatte den Thread gesehen, aber irgendwie schienen ja alle wo anders zu sein und das Wetter war dann auch so hässlich. Ich bin ein bissl bei mir um den Block gelatscht, hab mit klammen Fingern gesribbelt und dann nach ner guten Stunde aufgegeben. Ich bin ein zartes Gewächs aus Süddeutschland und halte dem Hamburger Schietwetter eher schlecht stand :lol:

@ paradeisos
I was a bit surprised myself how different this batch turned out compared to my usual sketchwork. I think it might have been the lack of time plus I don't usually sketch much in urban settings, I'm more into nature and botanical stuff. It made for a nice change.

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Re: St. Georg, Hamburg, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby eyes » Tue Nov 24, 2009 8:48 am

Awesome lines Silgoem. I love the iron work of interior structure.

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Re: St. Georg, Hamburg, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby Thorsten » Tue Nov 24, 2009 4:25 pm

@ silgoem

Verstehe ;)
Bis nächstes Mal!

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Re: St. Georg, Hamburg, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby Joan T » Tue Nov 24, 2009 6:08 pm

These are wonderful!!!! You do great buildings! I love the one of the interior of the train station.

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Re: St. Georg, Hamburg, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby gaelwriter » Fri Nov 27, 2009 5:55 pm

Very handsome sketches; I love what you did with the gray scale treatments.

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Re: St. Georg, Hamburg, Germany (RESULTS)

Postby flevolaf » Fri Nov 27, 2009 8:36 pm

Sehr gut - Grau ist manchmal schön!

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