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    Claudio's sketchbook

    Hi CA!
    I've been here for a while, lurking for months,, but I have never posted anything so I wanted to start with a sketchbook...

    a brief biography: I'm a 17 years old boy who never studied art or are going to study... I started drawing since I was very young but I begun to draw seriously and more often a couple of months ago when I found out CA. Creating this I just want to improve my drawing skills so your crits are very welcome

    andddd I don't speak english very well so my apologies if I made some mistake...:

    Critics are very welcome...

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    o0ps.. i'm going to rezize'em all

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    it looks great!! try working more on observational sketches if you can or work more on perspectives.. keep it up!!

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    uhm interesting.. i'll try.
    Thanks for posting here!

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    your welcome.. i noticed you added a couple at the end those turned out better... but theres really nothing i can say but just keep drawing!!

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    ejale!!! por fin te decidiste, bien bien.....aer...el retrato de tu amiga esta muy bueno..buen sombreado y buenos trazos...en cuanto a tus sketches se ven bien interesante..se nota q tienes talento, sigue asi y bueno como consejo, copia algunas caras y cuerpos y todo, http://www.fineart.sk/index.php?cat=0 revisa esa pagina es muy buena, salen libros, en la parte de main categoty, q te pueden ayudar bastante, sobre todo los de anatomia, yo desp de echarles un vistazo loco mejore bastante creo, y eso q no los he estudiado mayormente, solo lo basico...asi q te veo futuro muchacho,jejej q bueno verte por aca no solo en mi post..jajajaja ahora te posteare tbn...saludillos

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    jojo000jojo
    aportazo! te ganaste un thanks

    voy a copiar un musculín y lo subo

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    Your studies and drawings from reference are very well done, accurate and detailed. Just keep doing them... Your originals are very far behind though. I guess you need more confidence, and to draw more from life from all possible angles, and learn to really _observe_ what you're drawing. Understand how it works in 3D space and not just the shapes and lines of it.

    I don't know how many "volume" studies you're doing, but you could try when drawing from life to simplify the objects before you in 3D space. That is, to draw out all the edges of the object, even on the sides not visible to you.

    Here's a great tool to practice posing: http://www.posemaniacs.com/pose/thirtysecond.html

    Keep it up! Suerte, compadre!

    - Current project <- Crit away!
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    add some environment!
    you anatomy study is good just dont copy them without thinking!

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    Another thing, when scanning your pictures from a sketchbook, put an empty, white sheet behind the page you're scanning. That way the drawings from the page behind that won't bleed through in the scan...

    - Current project <- Crit away!
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    Your drawing of your friend from life and the referenced anatomy pic are the strongest 2 pics, so reference is definitely your friend.

    Wiht the other 'made up' images you should perhaps check out some of the theories by Loomis or Bridgeman. Your heads need a solid structure underneath as the profile and 3/4 views seem to distort and lose their volume. I think Andrew Loomis has the most common sense ideas for this.

    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

    www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.
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    el dibujo del musculo esta weno...pero creo q tiene razon murdokx...bueno pero es tu pirmer intento...en cuanto a pose maniacs ..ve el sitio, te va a servir para ver poses y angulos raros...pero q es eso q pusiste ahi?....me acorde de esos chinos de madera q vendian antes..esos q venian con un elastico q los unia y uno podia asi como transformarlos....jajaja...creo q whyatt se refiere a un dibujo mallado, o maas bien transparente...donde las aristas q no ves del objeto...dibujlas igual...

    sigue dibujando man!

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