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Good start !!
I kinda feel you need to do more number of drawings... just get those 10,000 bad drawings out of the way.
Keep sketching constantly... and you'll see yourself improving in no...
Nothing much I can say here. Just keep at it !!! :D
You deserve one too :asspat:
@Immortal Cintiq : Thank you :)
@Vritra : "The next three, however, feels a bit too zoomed out to me." Yea, I get you mean. But I guess I wanted to show his face as he gets up and his expression....
Its been a while since I commented/checked out your sketchbook. I must say I am overwhelmed by the amount of progress you've made. Your pencil gestures are beautifully drawn !! I hope to see more...
Its great to see you've been practicing a lot. The improvements are evident !
Keep at it !!
I love the fluidity in your figure sketching. Looking forward to seeing more updates !
Portrait of Thom Yorke. From reference.
Here is another update from the project.
A storyboard for the opening sequence. Used CryEngine block-in as a base for the environment.
The_Flying_Dutchman: Thanks. Yea, I do realized that I need to loosen up... there is some kind of mental block that stops me from just letting go off my fears... MUST. STOP. THINKING TOO MUCH !...
Sharon J : Thank you. I've posted reply on your SB.
MarcSampson : Thanks man !!
MiladThaha : Thank you. Yea, I am aware of it. I struggle a lot with symmetry and proportion.. but I am slowly...
Thanks for dropping by my SB.
As for tips... Don't know if you've seen it before, but check out ctrlpaint.com; it has a wonderful series of videos which covers lot of design principles, photoshop...
Awesome sketchbook !! I see hecka lot of work here man. And you have definitely made lot of progress.
I really don't have much to say. Just keep going strong with whatever you are doing !! :)
Great to see updates !!!!! =D
Then pen sketches, do you directly sketch them with pen or with a pencil first ?
Also, good to see that you are working from imagination too, I should do that more...
:bounce: Yay for updates ! Great to see the videos are helping, I am seeing general improvements already ! The gestures look cool :)
The environment study looks really nice now. You surely are...
I agree with Rafal too. Maybe you need to do a light gesture pass first. Vilppu has these steps that he suggest we use while doing figure studies. I don't know the exact order, but it goes something...
@ sin eater & Gthm/death : Thanks guys !
@ vanaga : Yea, I do realize the drapery studies are kinda stiff. I do need to do some still life studies. I usually have to rely on photographs :\ And...
Great updates dude. You are showing lot of progress now.
Btw, I recommend you scale down your images in PS or something. Its kinda annoying to scroll just to see one drawing. Scale it down so that...
More. Sorry for the awful quality of the snaps. I have nothing but my crappy cam phone. :\
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WIP. Trying to learn some quicker approach to making...
Hey ! :teeth:
The pectoral studies look great !!
What I meant by form is, drawing while keeping the solid 3D form in mind. You know, cylinders, boxes and such. I do see that you use that in...
@vanaga : Thank you :)
Studying some clothed figures.
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More studies !
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Back to paper and pencil.
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What better way to start the year than doing some Master Studies. John Singer Sargent is awesome !
I love how he shows so much form and character with such simple strokes and shapes.