Skull studies... I need to return to doing them... :)
Designs seems a bit formulaic (at least for me), but this is still a good exercise.
I really like how you are experimenting with so diverse styles. Keep it up! :)
Nice. How much time are spending on making artworks like those ones?
Nice. Inspired by "Bioshock"?
Good to know. :)
Anyway, excellent studies. :)
As someone, who have a time for drawing only in weekends, I'm astonished by the amount of scheduled work. :O
On the second sketch the nose is out of proportion on the close-up, I think... BTW: for what "V&A" stands for? :)
I envy your skull study, so far I am trying to do the same; it is a good start for drawing realistic or just decent human faces.
I see improvement in your female anatomy sketches. But the muscels studies #79 seem to be a bit unnatural; I never saw a girl with so huge bicepses...! (Or it is a male?)
Nice works, I have one question, as a beginner, wfrom where do you get inspiration for poses for your character designes? Live models? Photographs? Another studies?
These male body studies have a neck a bit too broad.
Obviously, these woman's studies needs to be better done...
I agree. The simple stickmen would at first glance look a bit immature, but it really helps with the basic proportions. Also, it helps making realistic poses...
I agree; I see it by myself. Sometimes I loose determination...
You call this "cheap"? You has started here from good level (witch I still doesn't achieved), congratulations!
With my limited experience I could only complain on the thickness of your pencil...
You have veray varied styles in your sketchbook. I would even say, that it is uneven. Some your works are stunning, and other are just... flat...
BTW: thanks for comment on my Sketchbook.