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January 8th, 2008 #27
while drawing from imagination is great, ASA's right, referencing and studying things before drawing and making them "fantastic" will help in the long run.
also...I am sorry to hear about your friend, i think it is very touching that you dedicated your sketchbook to him.
will visit here again..keep on drawing!
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Well this is something i did today!
the portrait is well i dont like it there are so many things i think there is wrong with it! but practice practice practice! then i did the ears and they are okey i guess Theeeeeen i did the pig... but i got bored and annoyed so i stopped
please do crit this pictures and all the others i have done
January 11th, 2008 #29
here are some eyes i just did :p
January 14th, 2008 #30
Well time for an update
the first one i did at school in like 5 mins just scribbled up to potitions that my friends were in when we were talking in recess nothing big
the second one is a first sketch of Jakob, my dear friend that passed away. I am planning on getting his face right and doing a good pencil portrait of him to give his little sister for her confirmation.
anyway thats all for today! please leave a mark every bit makes me happy =)
January 18th, 2008 #31
hey man! how are you?
my only advice now is to be patient with each piece you draw. dont let frustration get to you.
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January 20th, 2008 #32
Yay page nr 2
well i have not been drawing much past week but i did a remake of the portrait of stony for his 20th birthday and id was lot better than the old one and here it is! i will post more tomorrow
January 20th, 2008 #33
Good start with this one (what a eye you have...) you are on the right track with this anatomy course. Now we need more of free sketching without reference, like humans in different poses.
Remember also to draw something that amuses you, no one lives only on bread and water
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January 22nd, 2008 #34
Well Here is something i did this evening! nothing spectacular but well its something, few poses from imagination and random stuff on paper
My first model drawing class was yesterday and i will probably post the picture from that when i get the time to photograph it
January 27th, 2008 #35
Well here is the stuff i did today and yesterday nothing spectacular but its something
To begin with is a sp i did using a mirror it is way off but i am going to do alot more to get feel of drawing a rl face! (eyes to big nose crooked) please let me know if there is something more off that you see
next are some misc pictures... a long face, some guy, troll and a crappy hand i did! anyway until next time!!
January 27th, 2008 #36
Oh yeah i forgot ! this is what i drew in model drawing last monday, this is the second time i draw a model and first time this big a picture... it is a little bigger than one foot.
January 27th, 2008 #37
how large do you usually draw?
January 28th, 2008 #38
most of the pictures are not big the stony portrait is 15 - 20 cm high but most of the pictures are around 7 - 15 cm
January 29th, 2008 #39
well this is what i did last night in art class. The first one is a big 4 x 20 min drawing... practicing measurements and what ever and the second are 1 x 5 min drawing each they were lot more fun cuz you were a bit stressed when drawing them and the poses were more interesting... anyway ! ill try to bring a new post tomorrow! later peeps!
ps. sorry for the bad quality... these are to big for my scanner, my camera is crap and this paper reflects lot of the light so you have to take pictures from awkward positions!