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The master copy came out beautiful. Don't worry about not getting replies. That's just how this forum is.
Thanks. What about pressure? Size, flow, opacity set to pen pressure?
Great shading on the last digital portrait. What are your brush settings?
Read your opening post. Keep pushing man! If you work hard you can improve your life.
I really enjoy this sketchbook. The digital lighting studies are very informative. Placing an arrow to note the light direction is a good habit. Are you self taught so far?
Great sketchbook. I like those master studies.
Are you in school? Do you have Skype?
Good stuff. Looking forward to seeing you progress.
Watch your edges on the drawing of the nose casts. Everything looks very soft, although that might be the photo.
I can tell your light source...
Those lighting studies are really interesting. Are you drawing them from somewhere or is it from your head?
That DVD is okay. It's clever marketing to call it the 'Companion', so people will buy it alongside the book. My main gripe with that video is that they tell you to copy the schematic block-in first...
Search Amazon or Ebay for geometric solids. You'll get several results. I bought some cheap wooden ones. They serve its purpose although they are a bit smaller than I would like.
Or if you want...
Very impressive that you got this far on your own. Subscribed.
The second drawing is by Angela Cunningham. She comes from the Grand Central Academy. They do not use any stomping or blending. Neither do they really use hatching. It's all built up with careful...
I came across this a while ago:
Good stuff. I love this method.
Can you tell a bit about what Carl Dobsky tells you? What are the main concepts he stresses?
Ahaha, I've been doing the same Loomis studies. You're way more productive.
Aaron, keep drawing my friend.
I love that angry self portrait.
Bargue drawings are just master copies. I don't understand this hostility towards them. People have been doing master studies since the Renaissance.
The Bargue plates are used because they are...
I was just looking at the page OP mentioned, and I thought I was going crazy. The measurements on the female diagram don't make sense. Especially compared to the previous page of proportions:...
The best way to learn to understand form is drawing from life, either from plaster casts or models.
Along with anatomy and perspective it's important to study form, structure, planes, lighting,...