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indeed! what a great concept!
September 14th, 2006
SketchBook: hi mate from cgtalk! there are some nice...
hi mate from cgtalk!
there are some nice sketches in your thread man.
we clearly see that you have trained your eyes pretty well, you can draw things you observe, and the silhouettes on this page...
incredible!! i must save those masterpieces HIHIHI
July 21st, 2006
very good sketches, i think you will be a great artists.
i'd really REALLY like to do an opencanvas conversation with such a creative artist like you =)
keep it up, you improve fast
wooow your work is incredible! i think it's time for my first bookmark of a sketchbook thread ;D
keep it up :-)
July 7th, 2006
das ist hammer, gefällt mir sehr =)
hast du nen messenger?
it's the first time i use copic markers, those godlike objects *-*
these are the very first sketches i made (2 minutes each) and i must say those (very expensive) markers are great!!!!
very nice smuli,
one crit: your drawings are a bit stiff.
try to make your drawings more loose, just like the handsketches.
be fast, when you draw them, to create your natural own style, but dont...
awww, the graphicdesigner at the artschool told us, that we get the studies back after the holidays, so however i wanted to post something new:
great sketches! i like the non ref ones, and the ones with ref as well, the ape is funny =D keep it up!
Long time since i posted on my sketchbook, w/e!
At the moment I am at HDW Design (internship) and i can work on their APPLE G5. it's so 1337 :')
too bad that they dont use tablets in this area...
SketchBook: thank you guys =) ok letz see what i got next...
thank you guys =)
ok letz see what i got next for us:
that's the first character of my undead-series
SketchBook: non reference - reminder, if i forget how to...
non reference - reminder, if i forget how to draw:
head turned + color studies:
demon - color...
SketchBook: yeah, i really should =) well ok, new...
yeah, i really should =)
well ok, new sketches:
SketchBook: thank you recursive end. Well, I did both: I...
thank you recursive end.
Well, I did both:
I have read parts different books like loomis, a bit of hogarth, bammes and so on.... i learned the proportions, muscles and other parts of the body the...
SketchBook: ::Patrick's SB:: Update 26th April 2006
So here's the update of my SB since my webspace has changed.
First of all i want to introduce myself:
I am Patrick and i am currently 16 years old.
I come from Germany and my...
SketchBook: really nice paintings! keep them up
really nice paintings! keep them up
keep your stuff a bit more simple, like drawing more STRAIGHT lines! and when you draw them, try to keep the proportions correctly and dont draw the lines too sleazy.
SketchBook: thanks guys, i visit a drawing course lately....
thanks guys, i visit a drawing course lately.
the graphic designer there wants us to draw 10-15 mins fast portraits.
i have never drawn a portrait from life, only some from a foto, but this was...
April 3rd, 2006
SketchBook: nice sketches, you may improve if i tell you...
nice sketches, you may improve if i tell you this:
there are 2 ways of learning drawing, and in both ways you need to think logically, so you understand the form of the things you draw:
SketchBook: honestly, you have such a great eye and your...
honestly, you have such a great eye and your pencil skillz arent bad neither =)
i wonder, if you rather construct the character designs if you dont use reference, or whether you draw something very...
SketchBook: Back with some new thoughts about drawing... ...
Back with some new thoughts about drawing...
i write them down so i dont forget them :D -->
i think there are only 2 ways to learn drawing:
1st way: drawing with construction
2nd way: drawing...
SketchBook: NEW STUFF:...
SketchBook: drawing with references (practicing for...
drawing with references (practicing for nudedrawing):
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