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    I'm joining the 17 year old club now

    your pen sketches have a very nice flow about them, very swift and all, I like. And those torsos look very well structed and 3D, it's cool to someone playing and meshing around with the bits n bobs.

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    Cydonix-thanks, and congrats on being 17!

    ok, christmas eve. really wanting to know colour, so in the next few days I will be getting lessons with a lady who has a doctors in illustration. for fucks sake I'm lucky, small town and she happens to appear out of know where when I want to learn. crazy. She will be teaching me water colour, and for christmas ill be getting acrylic paints and canvas's. so like what most people commented in my sketchbook, go to traditional mediums and you'll have a better understanding when u digitally work. just so everyone knows how much of a total noob i am with colour ill tell an example. yesterday i just found out that the primary colours are red, yellow and blue. so just understand in future works, im a beginner with colour



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    You seem like a line-only kind of guy.

    If you're only going to focus on line try using an actual pen...with ink and such. The pen-heads that are offered change line width with pressure...flow of ink with pressure...There is a lot of options that add various things to line.

    Also try imagening the form and mass of the subject matter rather than just draw what you know it looks like.

    Jeffrey Cruz has a good artstyle that I base a lot of my stuff off. Try looking at him.

    later

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    with my watercolours i got today





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    more watercolour (lesson hopefully tommorow)



    first acrylic painting



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    hey Glory,your acrylic painting is nice and solid.i like it very much.
    keep it up

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    thanks hmanafi and i will

    please note that all things in this sketchbook arn't my greatest drawings, they are every drawing i ever do, so dont think this is my standard. here is what i did for the art lesson i did today, it was more talk then action, but what i can say is that i could see colour, colour that i couldnt see before. on the drive back home, the afternoon turned everything to lilac. it was great





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    haha hey i'm 17 too!

    your first acrylic painting?!? wow
    DO MORE and keep messing around with that watercolor, it can get tricky at times!


    save me with your crits!
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    keep going at it!

    it is easy to learn how to draw, all you have to do is sacrifice!

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    toastertoaster-thanks man and its good to know your 17.....17 yr olds ROCK! im getting lessons for the watercolour as well

    archipelago- thanks and i will!

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    nice work so far man, nothing much to say other than to keep on practicing. it's good that your studying anatomy, but don't forget that figure drawing isn't just muscles and bones, it's a rhythm.

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    Hey good job on your acrylic painting. Try to explore what you caught onto there, something was working quite well.

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    Ignominious- rhythm? im not quite sure what u mean by that......?? do u mean feeling the pose and not copying it exactly?

    drew.gee-thanks, and i think that little thing is called a fluke! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glory666 View Post
    Ignominious- rhythm? im not quite sure what u mean by that......?? do u mean feeling the pose and not copying it exactly?
    i meant a rhythm of motion. movement is just as important as everything else in a picture. i think that everyone forgets that every now and then.

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    sorry, but you're no longer a kid when you have passed the age of 14 years.
    Which also means that my kiddity died almost a month ago.

    But it looks like you are doing some progress in here.
    Keep it up!

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    sorry for the bad scan, more watercolour study



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    hey everybody, why isnt anyone critizing ME!!!!? anyway, here's some scribble and watercolour. the main point of the watercolour how the colours interact, the red stands out more cause of the light green background.





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    Don't get angry
    I see improvement in your last head drawing,but the body in your first page has problems.you should study bones of the body to learn to put them together correctly.
    keep it up

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    Step away from the muscles dude. It looks like my GI Joes invaded your sketchbook, half naked. Establish the form which to fit the muscles over. Cylinders ands boxes. SHAPES! Brb to my computer and my wacom for paintover.

    okay worst paintover ever, I hope it helps some.
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    Like Ian said, don't stop. We love you! Sorta.

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    That first acrylic painting is awesome!
    You're off to quite a start.
    Bit of advice, I screwed up hard at 17 with drawing. Know why? I stopped.
    Don't stop, man. Keep the good work coming!

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    hmanafi-im not angry just lonely thanks and i know the bodies got problems.....it was without reference!

    Matsign - whoooo first paint over! THAT HAS HELPED ME ALOT! ok, shapes it is. looks like i was bounding then taking things step by step. and yay! im loved......sorta

    IanE - thanks and i wont stop if i have awsum encouragment like yours and everyone else in the CA!

    After those comments, i dont wanna post this! but i wasnt concerned on the figure, more how colours react.



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    Massive amount of progress so far. I really dig the way that your handling your inks and the water colors. Ever thought about paying with them together?

    Anywho, keep up the good work.

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    MrHoboX87 - thanks man, i havnt even thought about using ink and watercolour together. Thanks for the idea, i may do some after i touch up my progress on each!

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    some scribble





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    critisize me!



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    i like the figures that you draw them by Loomis approach.
    draw them more and fill your page.

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    Cool concept. I'd like to see that creature from different angles, larger, and in monochromatic color

    If you want more crits, asking questions or leaving crits on others' sketchbooks will eventually draw them to yours. Keep drawing! Focus on one area until you feel you've got it. You won't be wasting time, trust me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glory666 View Post
    sorry for the bad scan, more watercolour study



    haha that is just soo awezome and cute ^^

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