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November 17th, 2007 #1
Glory666's Sketchie that is a Book (Progress of a Year)
Hey everybody, I'm new to conceptart.org and have recently finished highschool. HELL YEAH!! MORE TIME FOR MY DRAWING! Anyways, I've been drawing since I was like 6 and have loved it ever since. Next year Im hoping to go to uni and study animation. Although I'm also interested in a concept art career, so where better to start then this awesome site. Ok, ill post some of my artwork ive completed in the last 4 months.
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Recently, like a week ago, I made a breakthrough in my photoshop painting. I reckon its just a little change, but there's always room for improvment. Here is some of it
November 17th, 2007 #3
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November 22nd, 2007 #4
November 22nd, 2007 #5
interesting post some more pencils if you can.
November 22nd, 2007 #6
man, you really did the third and fourth step before the first ^^
work on body structure, and look very, very carefully at the relations and proportions of the figure. the colors look a bit glossy altogether, i think they should give better hint of the materiality of the object. well that reminds me to do this too ^^
you dont have to take it, but its the best advice i can give.
keep it up!
November 22nd, 2007 #7
thanks chaotic knight, the curehead and Hanra. hanra im going to take your advice and work on it straight away!
November 23rd, 2007 #8
ok now i was just reading comics, so obviously i was in the mood to draw comic like i know its not hardcore comic style but meh
November 25th, 2007 #9
ok now today i have a plan today. a plan to study the bodies mannikan frame. I wanna get a sense of movment and some emotion only from the body. Here's the first drawing of the day.
November 25th, 2007 #10Registered User
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I suggest studying anatomy more extensively; go to your public library and take out any books they have on anatomy, figure drawing, ro anything like that. Also I would suggest going through some books that have proffessional works in them, like van gogh or something. Life drawing is very, very helpful also. I suggest doing more from life than from your imagination at this point if you're serious about going to school for animation and being a concept artist.
But by all means i'm not really qualified to give this kind of advice, so you can disregard it if you want lol. Great job though, keep the pencil moving.
November 25th, 2007 #11
Hey, I'm 17 too.
I like your facial studies, really cool.
I would personally like to see more in the way of traditional paintings comming from you. They'll really help when you're on photoshop.
November 25th, 2007 #12
Skrog-hey, im taking as much info and crit as possible so thanks. Im currently goin through Andrew Loomis's book 'figure drawing'. It starts off with mannikan frame. I have also been trying to do some life drawing as well, just around the town but its hard to find a place where people stay in the same position for a while. I'll keep workin at it though
AmourFonce-thats awsum! its good getting to know other artists of the same age. Im not sure what u mean by traditional but I guess its something like the first pic. And if they help in photoshop then tell me how!!!!!!
Ok now 30 seconf poses i know, scribbly like a two year old, but you dont have much time to refine your work in 30 seconds.
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November 25th, 2007 #14
Good studies, everytime I see studies it makes me happy. I don't remember which amazing pro on this site said it but it came from here, "Everything you do to study now won't help you for about a year." But getting in the practice of doing this stuff will help a grip, and will get you wanting to draw more and more, like a fucking crack addiction with benefits. I like the self-portraits, do some more. I'll subscribe to your thread and help you out man. Strong points I see are your digital stuff and ink work.
Ink is fun. Use it to break barriers and choose where you want your line to go. Think shapes before you mark.
Keep it up son.
November 25th, 2007 #15
keep up the good work man, keep studying and drawing!my website
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