Hi I have since half a year back fallen in love with art for real, I have always loved to draw but recently I got a new ignition. So I figured why not start a sketchbook for fun. Please be hard on the critic I want to become better.
I plan to update often with new sketches.
Go to page 5 for the latest drawings!
Last edited by Nellin; November 16th, 2010 at 06:58 AM.
Hey man your drawings aint that bad. And your love for art will certanly help in your progress. Experiment more with different poses and do some anatomy studies to get them right. after that try out with shading more.
Some anatomy and pose drawings I made, I need alot more training on those. Especially the female they always looks to muscular, think I make the shoulders to wide and stuff. Critic and tips are most welcome!
Is good that you have initiative , but you need to concentrate when you are drawing , and start with simple shapes , boxes , cones spheres etc , then you could start with some anatomy , and i advice to study and draw , bones first , then the muscles , understand how the body stands , if you cant get the skeleton to stand , then the muscles will drop on ... I'm not saying that the muscles are easy , they are three times more harder then bones , you need to know the volume of the muscle, the mechanism , and the actions ... in a year or so you will be able to draw a normal body if you keep drawing everyday 1h or more.
I draw much more than I actually put up here. Only put up the things I think is worth getting opinions on.. Here are some more posing sketches and a concept that im planing on making in 3d. Only sideview for now. Not so detailed only gonna be used for imageplane.
Ive learnt that I must think more while im drawing, now im just drawing without thinking and then my anatomy and everything get messed up.. And thats not good is it?
Welll Ive got april fooled 2 times today.. Better go to bed before someone tries to go for a hatrick! gnight!
Thanks alot for the few comments Ive got! I really appreciated people taking time to help me get better.
nice stuff, good drive as well.
My biggest critique would be that you should stop drawing your bodies with contours only. You need to start measuring and make everything align right. Learn the anatomy by finding some Loomis or Hogarth books.
other than that, just keep on working! Feed that paper!
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Areit da var jeg her, jeg skriver på norsk, så om du ikke skjønner det hele, bare send en PM og si ifra, så tar jeg det på engelsk
Først jeg vil si er at du har en del å jobbe med, på godt og ondt. Jeg liker streken din, så fortsett å bygge på den! Sett av litt tid hver dag til studier. Jeg anbefaler Hogarth i først omgang, husk å lese litt om oppbygningen av kroppen, det er gull værdt.
Du er nødt til å lære deg om planene i ansiktet. Det er viktig å kunne dette for å tolke det du ser, og i neste fall tegner. Jeg tror også du må studere valører (values) og gjøre studier. Start med...Zorn! en landsmann er fin å studere
Du har et godt øye for farge, noe som er tydelig i Joker studiet, så fortsett med det!
Sett listen høyt for alt du gjør, ikke se deg fornøyd med det du gjør og press deg selv så hardt du kan!
Nice start for your SB - lookin good so far... draw from life and record exactly what you see (not what you think you see), draw tonally instead of with lines... it will help you start to understand how light and shadow work... and finally - don't outline your teeth... unless you want that creepy kinda look
sinneart - Thanks haha you are right, those teeth looks like they belong to a old lady in Russia fed on rocks, haha! Yes I like what you said about drawing what you see and dont what you think that you see, because I felt that feeling a thousand times.
Once again thanks!
Started on a new drawing eralier tonight, and this time digital. Always having problem with laying in the face dont know why.. even tho that is what I paint most when im doing studies... Also having problems with the colours I think so critic and tips are very welcomed! More updates soon I hope.
Trying to get better at rendering and too make materials look the way they should be. What are yours options when you scan in pictures.. I always have to make the picture darker with "levels" is that normal? Not sure that im doing it the right way..
Anyway critics and comments are welcomed. Good day!