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    yinteck sketchbook

    Hi, thanks for the visit. Wait a bit and see how i improve. New stuff in the last page.


    finally got a scanner , here is my sketches i did in my holidays. Most of them is water+chinese ink.
    Ill do more pencil sketches later.
    crit and ways to improve is welcome.
    Ill do all my best to improve!!!!
    Last edited by yinteck; September 14th, 2008 at 08:30 PM. Reason: image to big


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    Ok, did some character . crit will be good.
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    here is more of my sketches . Made it larger, ill edit the previouse pic later.

    PLS give CRIT ! wanna improve

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    Here are some sketches i did for a writer.

    Crit would be good.
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    do you sketch from life? if not, you should definitely do that. use references. if you want to improve get some george bridgman books and read those. your hands could use some work. as far as the chinese ink goes... put that off until you have your pencil work good. its not that its not good, i just like your pencil work more, and i think you would benefit more from getting that down. i usually get magazines and practice from them.
    my sketchbook!!! leave some comments!

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    yeah, what showdown said, work from life, and work on your anatomy. Other then that, your designs are good! I like your pencil work better though.

    happy drawing!

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    I did some image resize on the last post, the character seem very long.
    Thanks guys , for the advice. Really appreciate that. Do my best to improve !!
    Cheers.

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    Wow....finally manage to finish half of my school assignment. Here is some image that i did for someone and my school assignment . The futuristic one is my school assignment.
    Ill do on life drawing soon ( lack of time )

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    I brought a chinese brush painting book latetly. Here are just 2 pratice i did with the book. I hope ill have more time to do more cause lately is like assignment frenzy !!!

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    Wow, those last two Chinese ink sketches are just beautiful! It looks like you have a good eye for colour, I would love to see some more coloured sketches from you.

    And those last robot-type characters from your assignment are amazing; did you draw them from your head? If so you have an impressive imagination when it comes to sci-fi, everything I do tends to look blocky and unnatural

    As for anatomy; what everyone else has said... try drawing from life and really studying the tones and angles. You have a good base knowledge and even if you're into cartoonish stuff, I'm sure a more detailed understanding could help.
    Keep posting!

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    Here are some of my life drawing i did in the class when presentation. I shoudnt do that , but luckily the lecturer did not see that.
    I did some pratice on leaves painting, it not gd i know. ill pratice more.
    Any coment would be good.

    Thanks tigerzi, ya i did the robot by imagination. I had also visited your sketches and leave some comment.
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    More chinese brush pratice(plum blossom) and also some life drawing i did last night.
    Crit is welcome .

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    pratice on brush stroke

    2moro life drawing...
    Last edited by yinteck; October 25th, 2007 at 06:17 AM.

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    Greetings, young padawan

    You already know, draw from life, yadda yadda yadda. I'm going to say look for andrew loomis' books, george bridgman too (if you can't find them for download, add rhineville@hotmail.com to your msn and I'll send them to you overnight sometime as it will take a while)

    In the mean time I'll do a paintover to try to send you in the right direction (I'd do more but it's late) more to come tommorow whenever I find time

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    Life Drawing with mirror . Hope i am on the right track .
    Good Night.

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    Hey thanks for the advice man, im looking into some life drawing lessons and im gonna pick up some anatomy books.

    Also cool SB, I really like your paintings!

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    More pratice on chinese brush painting.

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    Good, practicing on yourself with the mirror technique will bring more life to your works, also try adding some shades and imagine light sources on your own characters, which are awesome, try to finish'em

    and overall just don' stop
    Oh!, look an old sketchbook of mine

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    "The world is changing it's size, it's changing to control it with your hands just like a PDA,the world will keep getting small".- Kun Lan/Killer 7

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    draw more from life draw more from life
    draw more from life
    draw more from life

    It's veeery important.
    I admit that drawing from fantasy is incredibly fun, but you need to draw more from life!
    Practise practise!
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    Actually im not planing to put this here , i am doing is because im planing to find another mentor. Since the one class has ended and the other will end in 2 weeks time. I really appreciate their help, i have learn a lot from them. I wish them to be successful in what they r doing.

    Here are the work i did in my mentors class ( from start to end )

    stevekim's class

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    I am just stopping by to check out your sketchbook. I like your skeleton and muscle studies, and I think I need to try a few of those myself. Your portrait works are good starts too and like the one that you used the mirror for. Like someone else said, next time try to show more shades. If you look in the mirror, try to see the different shades and how they form shapes rather than see lines. I don't know if that makes sense.

    Anyway, I will stop by every now and then to see your progress.

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    Hey looks like you're improving very fast!

    Keep it up!
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    meds - thanks for the comment. I will too.

    Diphallia - Thanks ! I really appreciate that

    Here are some studies i did and some in my class.
    From now on ill study a specific part on human anatomy each week,which i think i need to paid more attention to it

    Nerahla's class

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    Wow, beautiful girl!
    Keep on going on those anatomy thingies.
    It's looking great!
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    Thanks Diphallia, will do !
    Some experiment with ref.
    The last one is without ref ( applying experiment )

    Doing a portrait now , will post soon .

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    Here is another portrait i did.
    Will do some anatomy studies soon.....

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    Nice! Your progress is a treat to follow!
    Just getting better and better..
    I love the flowers.

    When it comes to your medusa chow it looks a bit messy at the moment.
    Make sure your using some sort of ref for it. that is take photos that sort of match the anatomy to what your doing.

    A good thing to do is to start with a dark bg color and a almost black silhouette of what your painting, then zoom out and make sure the thumbnail works, is strong and dynamic on its own...
    (I sometimes tend to work it thumbnail size... all zoomed out, cus if the thumbnail is strong then so will the final be).

    Once you have the silhouette the way you like it, you move on from there, and start adding light to it. making the 3d dimension pop out that way.

    hope that made any sense.
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    This is my CHOW 100 entry .... Hope i can make it to the poll .

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    i think your sketchbook shows how you improve skills, the september-november posts shows real improvment!

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    Happy Chinese New Year !
    Here is some studies and some personal fun...I did in my holiday

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