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February 6th, 2008 #118
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February 6th, 2008 #119
Dan Valkar, buucha que mala, para cuando vuelvas yo cacho que no voy a poder entrar tan seguido... ojalá que igual me quede un tiempito pa subir.. emm pa pasarme por aquí. El personaje hahaha es que no tenía mucha imaginación, no me cruje el cerebro cuando pienso en accesorios, asique opté por hacerle una sombra bien oscura adentro xD, lo único que se me ocurre son cinturones con bolsos nada más...
Uhm the upload from today.
Some drawins from a movie first inked ones sucks!! hahahah the ball point drawings are better..
and some quick self portraits standing in front of a mirror
February 7th, 2008 #120
Hey man you have some good progress since your first post. The portrait of the short-haired woman and the blue pen drawings of the astronauts in the last post turned out really good. Look out for the lines to go over the form you want to express when you apply tone and not in a random direction. Thanks for visiting my sb. Oh and yes I am 20 now
February 7th, 2008 #121
hey, thanks Rado for stopping by... "Look out for the lines to go over the form you want to express when you apply tone and not in a random direction."
and yes, I've to improve this point,,, i think its all about patience while doing the lines :X
something to practice shading and accesories
February 7th, 2008 #122
Man u're improving!! I really like ur movie sketches those faces are really nice! and it's good u used a ball point pen! Do more of those!
But ur last sketches need more contrast and volume man!
look at ur sketch with the arm and the 100kg weight! looks like it's all the same material, because of the same shading. The arm need way less shading!
U're following the form but dont push ur pencil to hard!! use its own weight
and think about where's the light is comin from!
Also the last suit u did it's all the same shading.
Try to think about were the light is comin from...for example ur the chest bag
the front of the bag could be much lighter while the sid of it could be little darker. if u do so the will get much form! try it and try to keep thinking about the whole light thing for the rest of the suit!
Good Luck buddy!!
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February 7th, 2008 #123
hey! thanks for the advice, comment, critique...
"if u do so the will get much form! " = volume??
February 7th, 2008 #124
your rendering has improved greatly!
i really love the portrait from jan 19 and the pen sketches from yesterday
i would focus more on just drawing now, experimenting with line quality and getting things correct proportionally...your rendering is really nice but it needs a stronger foundation to work with
keep this up man!
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February 9th, 2008 #125
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February 14th, 2008 #126
thanks Soja, Dadushin & Mentler, Im glad to see you here!
3 pages in a week, Ive been to lazy!!!!!
practicing line,,, but I couldnt resist to shade something! hahahahaha+
February 14th, 2008 #127
Hey man,how is the university?
practice shading with still life objects,and draw daily.it's not necessary to post them,but draw at least one page each day.
and draw the face
Need your critique
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Heeeey, Thanks for dropping by. May I suggest catching up on the getures? let it flow good book, keep it going
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February 16th, 2008 #129
thanks Reika and hmanafi...
some ugly sketches
Last edited by Clodioz; January 13th, 2011 at 08:42 PM.
February 16th, 2008 #130
one more, quick sketch from ref to save the day