thx for posting a comment in my thread. appreciate it heaps as ive been waiting for one for ages lol.
well .. its good to see someone doing their studies. im actually gonna go hardcore at it from now on no that i got the time. but ur stuff is turning out really nicely. even though manniken drawing r rough ... still like the style of it for some reason lol. also ur photoshop work is quite funky... a lil bit more practise on that like me and it will help us alot!
i wouldnt mind seeing some of ur finalised pieces if u dont mind
Hey,I'm eighteen since November and we have same journeys.
Hey where is perspective studies?
My inner side get cooled when i see my age's artworks.
I'm subscribing to this thread.
time to leap into thankyou's
Lotet-This is kinda my style before any serious study of the human body. I hope its 'one' of my styles
gkrit-hey and no probs with the comments. as with finalised pieces-when i have the guts and not lazy to finish a piece i will gladly show you!
Diphallia-by cartonish i hope its not like snoopy cartoonish, more comic like. If so then that was what i wanted to achieve
hmanafi thanks and a late happy 18th!
as u may know im applying to study animation at uni and have got confirmation that all my portfolio's have passed the test, its now up to my academic results*gulp*. I dont know why but here are the drawings of my portfolio I put in. As I look back at this stuff....I hate it. but its part of my progress, isnt it?
hey Glori,thank you for your critique
And mine for last two posts: (these are only my opinions)
your characters are flat.I think you should start to study a figure drawing book.(my approach to drawing the figure is breaking it into simple shapes and working step by step through it.I learned it from Vilppu's figure drawing manual)but you should choose an approach that you feel good when drawing by that.for example you may like to draw the figure by anatomical approach,etc.it's very important to find a figure drawing approach that you enjoy to draw by that.
Start to shade in traditional medium,for example charcoal or pencil.i didn't tried digital painting,but I'm sure that there is a big difference between traditional painting and digital painting.
And I love your Ozzy character.you can bring it to life by animation in future.
And the most important practice:draw from life.
hey man nice stuff here
really happy to see you doing anatomy studies and other things, and getting exposed to digital work early, keep working and practicing and you'll be ahead of your peers in no time
i'm only two years older than you, but thats something i regret not doing
keep it goin man!
Hey, great job. You've already shown quite an improvement. The best advice I can give you is: more anatomy studies, more perspective, more practice, but, I see you're doing that so keep going!
yo Man,you are improving.keep it up.
study figure drawing and anatomy beside your life drawings.
and a question:on the last post,did you use your tilt of pencil or charcoal for rendering?
you can study Loomis' head drawing approach,skull and head anatomy to understand the head construction better.
good progression. i see u like ur self observation and each time u draw urself theres always an improvement in some way. looks lik eits helping u with proportion and features. BUT, with the last one ur nose is done on the wrong angle. ur face is facing diagnoally away and ur nose is directed striaght at the viewer. u might have to fix that one up lol.
Check out my SKETCHBOOK ...looking for helpful advice!
i felt like doing a creature so i did my first creature..... i dont know what to call it but its a creature based on speed. since its legs arn't sturdy it's long plates on its head and crutch keep it balanced. with limited eyesight and hearing, it is easily becoming the beginnner hunter's first head trophy.
youŽre good!!! keep it up, youŽll defenetly become much more better in short time!!
nothing special....sadly....but I hope someday^^
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The cartonony buff guy is great. The first one is more balanced than the second (think of the center of gravity--where's the weight focused on the body?), but they both have really clear, well-defined shapes. Definitely looks more professional than others, but cartoons are derived from realism, as is everything else, so just keep practicing all of it.
Great paintings just study the anatomy and you are good!
keep it up
i havnt been drawing as much as i want to. no 'urge'. as i said before i am posting everyone of my drawings and as u can see....there arnt many drawings. female study-didnt do hands and feet becuase well......im not up to scratch with them as with the rest of the body. also found out this morning that i recieved a scholarship......so yay
Fayt-thanks and i will
eminkey2003-thanks man. i was drawing like that before but im pushing my drawing to anothe style the weight is distributed on the left leg.
sjuskadur-thanks but i need to really practise both. im taking lessons, im starting off with watercolours
Dan Valkar-thanks, and i will!
drawing in the car= not good lol. no references