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    SketchBook a Begginner's Evolution

    Well i'm a drawing begginer, and i followed Chaos Knight advice and created a sketchbook, i will try and upload my best sketchs to show you. My objective here is learning with you, the users of this forum that are willing to give me some pointers and advices on this art.


    Thanks in advace to everyone, and here's my beggining:









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    Draw a minimum of 15 quick sketches of everyday objects
    around you, and watch how fast you improve.
    We'll be watching!

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    Welcome mix ruivo! Glad you decided to post here, looks like CA will be the booster you need to improve, already you look like you have a decent start in some anatomy and proportion, now its time to take it to the next level, start googling Loomis, get a hold of his book in e-copy and start learning from there!

    Also, pop around to my thread some time, would love to have your comments mate.

    Take care and study hard! =)

    Cheers, m.

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    Thanks for your comments guys, those things you two said ,was just the thing i needed ,i'm very gratefull!


    @MagicMan- Which book from loomis? i have a few of them which do you recommend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiXRuivo View Post
    Thanks for your comments guys, those things you two said ,was just the thing i needed ,i'm very gratefull!


    @MagicMan- Which book from loomis? i have a few of them which do you recommend?
    Ah! Good, you're already ahead - the one I learnt most from is Figure Drawing for all It's worth.

    Now that being said, don't just copy the images, make sure you read the text too, thats some of the most important information, he is very inspiring to read, good luck!

    m

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    Don't worry i usually read the text. =D

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    Great, you've got a SB

    Anatomy studies are crucial, but every now and then you might try sketching animals, too. For variety if nothing else

    Draw draw draw!

    Look, see! Nifty art! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=99803

    Hey! Check out my blog here
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    Well thanks for the motivation Amontillado, here's my first batch of sketches from yesterday :

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    Well guys been in vacation and i think this is a time for an update so here it is some sketches regarding the tyranid race of Warhammer 40k of a monster i whant to sculp enjoy! c&C very welcome

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