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  1. SketchBook: More

    I've just been doing sketchy 5-min gesture drawings, not worth posting. Here's spheres in paper-smeared charcoal pencil, and a figure from imagination (from an old nightmare!).
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    SketchBook: Welcome to the forums. Nice start! 1st...

    Welcome to the forums. Nice start!

    1st drawing- I really like the hair, dress, and overall expression! I think her neck is too long, and the collarbone and muscles of the neck should be more...
  3. SketchBook: More studies!

    Two nudes from pictures, and a Hogarth chest.

    I just started watching Vilppu's videos- they're amazing!
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    SketchBook: Your studies are very inspiring! Do you have any...

    Your studies are very inspiring! Do you have any other anatomy notes like in post #17? The way you do them is much clearer than all my other drawing books including Hogarth & Loomis! I would...
  5. SketchBook: Profile study from this picture:...

    Profile study from this picture: http://www.flickr.com/photos/andreasnilsson1976/1543515800/

    I'm trying to improve shading and value. Please crit!
  6. SketchBook: Fencer

    From a Twitter picture. I wish the light in the picture was more oblique, I don't know how to fake the fabric!
  7. SketchBook: Some kid, from an old photo. Haha, do you see...

    Some kid, from an old photo.
    Haha, do you see the horse and mouse? Ran out of paper after doing speed sketches of animals.
  8. SketchBook: From "The Twa Corbies," Authur Rackham.

    From "The Twa Corbies," Authur Rackham.
  9. Thread: MONDHER's

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    SketchBook: Nice work! I liked your comic. Do you recommend...

    Nice work! I liked your comic.
    Do you recommend any Francophone comics to read? I'm always looking for them, but the only one I've found so far is Tintin! Thanks, and keep posting!
  10. SketchBook: Gottfried Bammes book copy

    Gottfried Bammes book copy
  11. SketchBook: Amanda despises convention.

    Amanda despises convention.
  12. SketchBook: And an old Edward Gorey copy: ...

    And an old Edward Gorey copy:

    http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i70/LukeTores/Picture12.jpg

    Sargent:

    http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i70/LukeTores/Picture15.jpg
  13. SketchBook: It's Been Awhile...

    I stopped drawing for a couple years, I guess. Started again. Here's stuff from the last 2 days! Apologies for low quality, and for webcam cast shadow, lol.
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  14. SketchBook: I'm taking a break and trying new things, writing...

    I'm taking a break and trying new things, writing fiction. I squeezed the all the fun out of drawing by pushing myself the wrong way. Maybe I'll be back in a month or two. Thanks for your...
  15. SketchBook: Man, how do you skilled artists draw so much, so...

    Man, how do you skilled artists draw so much, so long? Being a newbie is frustrating.
    I'm also doing some pen & ink drawing, will post later. I like dip pens!
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    I'm looking more for historical stuff, worldwide....

    I'm looking more for historical stuff, worldwide. Not really interested in contemporary at this point. "A Visual Dictionary of Architecture" by Ching looks cool.
  17. What's the difference between fountain and dip...

    What's the difference between fountain and dip pens? I thought they were the same.
    EDIT: Wikipedia says fountain pens have a reservoir of ink in the handle, so can only use certain inks w/o...
  18. Inking Pens: Felt-tip, Ballpoint, or Fountain?

    I'm interested in intricate pen rendering, the sort that looks kind of like old English woodcuts.

    Does anyone use fountain pens anymore? I think most illustrators did up to the 1930s (maybe they...
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    tensai, looks cool, I'll check it out. ...

    tensai, looks cool, I'll check it out.

    sundance, Ching's books all have rave reviews on Amazon, but are they practical for an artist who's just drawing exteriors and interiors? I don't need to...
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    Architectural Reference Books?

    Anyone know any good ones? Anything parallel to Loomis/Bridgman/Hogarth with buildings instead of anatomy? The basic forms are simple, it's the intricacies and little features that I need to learn....
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    Was Art Fun When You Were Starting Out?

    It usually seems like work to me when I do studies, and I get frustrated when I try to draw from imagination because I'm not any good from memory/imagination yet. So I end up not having much fun...
  22. SketchBook: http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i70/LukeTores/6-...

    http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i70/LukeTores/6-11-06_Sketches.jpg
    These are from Sunday, I'll post more recent stuff when I have time.
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    Painting Photorealistic Leaves?

    http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i70/LukeTores/6-15-06_Tree-Sketch.jpg
    This is as close as I've been able to get so far. How do I make this mass look like it's made of leaves? It's supposed to be...
  24. SketchBook: I think "petting your lines" means drawing the...

    I think "petting your lines" means drawing the same line over a few times, so it looks 'sketchy' and fuzzy. I do this too, gotta stop, it's bad.
    What we're supposed to do is just drop a line and...
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    SketchBook: Looks great. You've improved a lot and quickly. ...

    Looks great. You've improved a lot and quickly. Good job, keep it up. I like your style, especially landscapes.
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