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Some studies from Bridgeman and other stuff.
Thank you. :)
Yeah, I understand what you mean about my thigs/hips: it's my lack of knowledge... now I'm returning to anatomy books to complete a first glance of ALL :D the body.
Some figure without ref and two drawings from photos.
Another portrait... but from now on I need to start some good old anatomy study. :)
More than a year ago, shamefully, i gave up. :(
But now I'm back. :yayca: I'm here to improve, I'm about to start regular art education in my town.
I'm thinking about joining TAD too. We'll see....
Why drawing a lighted sphere besides the figure? It's a kind of mental reference for applying the appropriate tones to surfaces?
Thank you. :)
It's really refreshing to see such a great progress. Great effort, congrats. :)
Beautiful, appealing works, Mr. Palumbo (italian? :) )
A head in B/W.
I think I misplaced the halftone: at least half forehead should be in halftone I think.
Another little girl. I added a video with the process (1 minute) so you can easily point...
I'm getting stuck a bit. :(
A back figure and a baby with Loomis proportions. Both from imagination...
Faces out of random shapes, like Ron Lemen's or Octavio Rodriguez
Still practising. I have to make more of these thumb pictures.
I slowed down a bit (damn!). I started reading Loomis manual about the head.
Lineart is a pain for almost everybody. Personally I find easier working at lower resolution.
Anyway, I think that there are mainly two issues about lineart: one is about knowledge, the concept,...
New sketches collage. Sorry about the dirt...
Today I post a wip, so you can give me some tip about my "process".
I have no method, and I feel the fear about the blank page....
As you can see I started with a Loomis mannekin. Than I go in...
Wonderful sketchbook. :)
I envy your cleanliness and clarity.
Nice lesson. A pity that it's really difficult to read for people that are not english or american native speakers. I gived up... :(
I found this nice tool for procedural drawing...
Take a look :)
1 min. with mouse :P
Yes, and I think it's a common trouble to all the beginners. You should see the jungle of lines on my sheets...
I've read the whole thread. Figure drawing manuals people suggested you are some "must-read". I think that "Successful drawing" by Andrew Loomis is another useful book for a beginner.
Thank you for your support. ^^
Well, human figure is certainly the element I care for most. A good mastery of it is an unvaluable thing.
But I made other things too in the past. This is my...
Thank you Phizpietl. :) Studying all alone is difficult and sometimes you feel like you're wandering without results.
Some other sketch.
I'w waiting for books from Amazon. I took Goldfinger...