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Thread: Floatharr's endeavours
January 27th, 2008 #1
Hello, CA. I've been lurking around since around early 2005 and I thought it could finally be the time to start a sketchbook.
Had this account created (buggy registration form) and here I am.
I tend to write a lot so bear with me.
I've been drawing pretty casually for as long as I can remember and had a few unsuccessful attempts at painting
but lately I've started filling more and more pages of doodles and even taken a more serious interest in learning how to paint.
My goal would be to be studying art abroad some time in the not too distant future.
I've started this thread to motivate to keep filling those pages.
Maybe one day we'll see double digit pages. Anyway, here goes.
edit: I had pics in the first post at some point, managed to delete them while trying to get the thumbnail up. Go to the latest post for new stuff.
Last edited by Floatharr; June 18th, 2010 at 10:17 AM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberJanuary 27th, 2008 #2
Not a bad start -- you've got potential. Just keep studying your basics (anatomy, proportion, and don't neglect perspective), and draw all the time. Do some life-drawing if you can, or at least go to a cafe or a park and sketch the people that are around. Good luck!
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February 5th, 2008 #12
Keep drawing and studying. I already see your anatomy improvements, they're small, but there. Just keep drawing every day. Do a lot of stillifes, also do selfportraits.
Also, i think you could invest in some darker pencils, to help you with the contrasts.
February 6th, 2008 #13