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    Jompenīs sketchbook

    Hi, nice to see u here.

    I thought it was time to create a sb, where I´ll post everything i will draw.

    I´m a 17 years old boy from Sweden, not so good to draw, have never going in art school or something, but i´ve a high wish to be just as great to draw as u are. Or even better, if that is possible?

    I want critique from you, give me tip-offs and tell me how i can improve.

    I shall post here as often as i can, follow my long way to be mucho better!


    My first pictures, some are studies from a artbook

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    NIce work jompen, but that hand is a little bit abnormal
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    SVERIGE...my sisters lives there, but nice to see you here. Nice studies, just keep drawing anything around you(like I should,ahum)and you´ll get better fast.

    Keep it up...see ya
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    hey im keep posting,the more stuff you put up the easier it will be for people to give advice.
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    ghoulio: Oh cool, heja sverige I checked your sb, and u are really good.
    The Curehead: I will do

    Here´s a picture I work with in school.
    Not the best quality.

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    tonights update:

    Faces i saw in the paper.


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    godmorning

    Here comes more

    not so happy with the shoes though.

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    Hi fellow Swede=)

    Not a bad start, but i think you should get a book about sketching in order to learn proportions and perspective. Or keep looking around here, there´s tons of great tutorials around.

    Keep it up=)
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    Hey mate, here you got some stuff to practicehttp://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...Bridgman<br />
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    Hello again , ty for the advices. But that link didnt work :/
    Yepp i have to start study more from art books.

    Hereīs some more faces.

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    heyy jompen! hi!
    The professionals always say the same: "practice" and draw from real life...

    so is the only thing I can say you .,.. (i'm a noob xD) practice and draw from real life...
    uhM! and some anatomies studies will help you a lot... for example the captain america's arm is a bit weird... the same with the hand in the first post...

    anddd do the same i'm going to do.. study the head's proportions from loomis.!

    here are some online books of loomis
    http://acid.noobgrinder.com/Loomis/

    good luck with those studies!

    pd. sorry about my bad english...
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    Hey jompen,
    It's better to work on your observation.the best practice is life drawing.
    i think that you can start your journey by studying "Drawing by right side of brain"
    (I'm not sure about the title,i don't remember it,search through Google).I don't read it,but i think i will help you very well.
    Need your critique
    My Sketchbook
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    Hi again! Ty for your comments!

    Clodioz: U said very wise things, and that online books for lommis will i check.
    hmanafi: Yeah, i saw they had that book on my library, will borrow it soon. Ty.

    Here is studies of Loomis

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    This one is crap, drawing from mind,tried to remember what I had learned from Loomis, but i have to study more.
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