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Thread: Every day I'm scribblin'
February 4th, 2008 #40
Are very good your sketches
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Some nice stuff here already.
Great character and mech designs.
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February 6th, 2008 #45Explorer's descendant
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Great sketchbook, you have some good characters, the only thing I can came up with is to never forget the importance of gesture. It will make or break.
February 10th, 2008 #46
This is the sort of stuff I'm doing in my Architectural studio class right now...
I would explain it to you, but all of you would probably drive your keyboards down your throat with the immense boredom.
please explain this to me I promise it wont bore me I like Architecture
February 10th, 2008 #47
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February 10th, 2008 #48
WOW,man these are nice sketchs,awesome charcters,specialy figures.so many things i will learn about them!see my sketchs,your comments will be more importent for me.
February 12th, 2008 #49Registered User
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These are awesome! May I ask what program you used for your first pic? I have never really tried colors.. and I'd like to start soon, so what program? photoshop? paint?
February 13th, 2008 #50
thanks for your best advises odin,and paint overs are so useful too,specialy you are right about learning anatomy studies,that make proportion between objects,as you saybut unfortunately i didnt faund Bridgman's Complete Guide book in storesi am still looking for that.but can you advise me other reference az good and useful az bridgmans guide?
thanks for your supports.
February 13th, 2008 #51
five stars from me my friend!
February 16th, 2008 #52
returning the favour here, your points in my sketchbook were very helpfull!!!!
I really think your work is better than what you think, you have a great sense of volumes and construction, and your sketches have a nice "swiftness" in them, you show that you are especially your faces!!!!
Overall, you really draw like an architect!
the mistake we all do though, is that since we use sketching in our work as a tool to put things down, and record thoughts, we tend to be a bit messy and vague, and never complete our work. If I could give any advice it would be to attack your insecurities. If you can't do reflections, set up a still life with a dark bottle or a metallic surface and shoot at it. whether it's hands, faces, colours, if you use your instict, your judgement, looking back at what you are avoiding to put detail to, you''l eliminate your own errors!
I am really impressed with your work!!!! keep it up man