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Thread: Fayle's first Sketchbook!
November 1st, 2007 #1
Fayle's first Sketchbook!
this is my first post here.
I'm trying to improve my drawing skills to apply for a university of art and design in Germany next year.
I'll try to improve my skills every day, so you'll see hopefully a lot of better work in the next weeks.
So please write what you think about it!
Last edited by Fayle; December 22nd, 2007 at 06:20 PM.
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The first image, the fruit is very good, i really like it.
I think that a lot could be done to the cat, your clean style is very nice but the cat lacks depth, I think that you need a stronger light source for the Cat, this would help you define for forms of the cat more (for example, a light coming from the left or right, so the shadows and forms of the cat would be easily definable )
i hope that makes some sense. i like your pencil work as well.
November 8th, 2007 #3
thank you for your critique.
I agree with you... I'll try to improve the light next time.
I'm currently in a head painting/drawing course, so here are some pics:
the girl took about 20 minutes, the boy 10 minutes
C&C are welcome!
November 8th, 2007 #4
yo dude! nice start u have there... how long have u been drawing now?
its good to see someone here with the same goal as me, good luck with gettign into college
My sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...106521&page=11
November 15th, 2007 #5
@ ajvenema: I'm drawing now seriously since half a year, but it has been my hobby since I was able to do it . Good luck for your goal, too!
I've some new to show for you
today it was my third head-drawing lesson, and here are my results:
about 10 min:
November 28th, 2007 #6
here are my newest 2 Watercolor Pictures
Please write what you think about it!
November 28th, 2007 #7
I love them, i havnt draw for so long so its hard for me to give any good advices but to say it´s wonderful and draw more , more and more .
November 28th, 2007 #8
i love your stuffs mate, altho it seems as if we have a common problem wich is with giving stuffs the right texture to enhanse the curves and forms of something, like FlyingFins alrdy mentioned. i think it is extremely hard to see the shades in my head and then applicate em in a natural way.. but as they say practise makes perfect, atleast i hope so.
love your watercolor work mate, keep the good work up
Click here to see my scetchbook
it is a variation between pen/pencils and tattoo's and might contain some nudity
November 29th, 2007 #9
Thanks for your comments!
@ramoraz: I agree ....I think the only way to improve this is working hard on it
November 30th, 2007 #10
10 minutes for each guy:
November 30th, 2007 #11
singular lines could realy help you i think, overall a good sketch book some great work in here, anatomy is a little off in some areas but not 100% so you could iron that out with a fiew studies on your weak areas. i'll leave you to spot them so you can see for your self where and what you need to do!
Great work keep it up! i can see your getting to the standard you need to be with work !
December 6th, 2007 #12
Thanks for your critique JRStagg
I had not so much time for drawing in the last days but here is my newest work!
About 5-15 minutes for each one:
December 20th, 2007 #13
here are some new pics after some stressful weeks!
All about 10-15 minutes in head drawing class: