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The only image the uploader accepted today. It sure has been a pain in the ass to post here lately.
Now it's limited to one file. It shows the uploading sign, but nothing happens afterwards, not even the error exclamation mark.
Couldn't upload anything today. Still getting
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Nice updates. You're really taking good advantage of those life drawing sessions. Would love to see more characters like that CHOW entry.
The eyes expression looks better this way. Right now I suggest you define the planes of the head a little better before jumping into details like the ear. The nose is looking flat and the eye sockets...
Good studies. The colors on the landscapes look a bit over saturated maybe, especially the blue, but I actually kind of like that about them.
Thanks, Ambiguity and yes. Books, videos anything I can find useful.
Such a fun sketchbook to go through. What you do with those pencil is fantastic.
GrayPersona I see what you mean. I'll give it a try, thanks for the critique.
Good improvement since I last checked your sketchbook. That traditional illustration looks pretty cool, is it watercolor?
I suggest you take look at Michael Hampton's "Figure Drawing: Design and...
There's something disturbing (in a good way) about this series, like they could all be the extreme mutations of one man. Do you, by any chance, use yourself as a reference in these characters? ...
Great progression in this pages. Your skin tones are really impressive, very natural.
Thanks, Papu. Still a long way to go with the colors.
An older image I tried to refine a little.
and something from the previous sketch
Hey, nice start. That underwater/ cave scene looks interesting. Is that illustration for a book or something?
Your construction and rendering are looking really good but, as been said, don't forget why you started drawing in the first place. "all work and no play makes jack a dull boy" :). Have a little fun....
Thanks. Pushing myself to stick with a project and carrying it out to the end is certainly a priority right now.
Thanks a lot for taking the time to post those tutorials/ show us your process of work. It's all very inspiring and helpful.
These are pure fun. I love getting lost examining every inch of the drawings.
Thanks, flowdat . I plan on finishing that later. Just trying to understand the head planes better, maybe use it as a reference in drawings.
Thanks, V3T. Glad you enjoyed that.