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February 2nd, 2008 #1
jokerrabit's fun and games
my first on line sketch book feel free to give tips critiques and comments.
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Mostly I want to improve the over all structure of or in my work. You will see that I have a lot of areas that need work but at the same time I have some training. Mostly I will be working through speed painting here, that is that I will be using the technique of speed painting to help me improve my sense of space and structure as well as to learn better colour and lighting. Then still I want to refine my sense of proportion when it comes to some things.
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Tom, thank you yes i need to work out the problems with proportions, oh and that's not canvas it's crescent illustration board.
flamable, thank you, yes i need to get back to basics kinda start fresh so to speak.
sorry for the late post I haven't been here in a long time or even drawing for a wile, now I'm back and want to try to get serious.
February 21st, 2009 #6
this is going to be a massive dump for 2 reasons 1 I haven't been here posting for a long time and 2 I have been doing a lot of drawing lately.
just trying to get a good pose and still have the right proportions
I know this skull thing has been done before just trying to improve my work
and that's it for now, the rest will have to wait till I can up load them.
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February 21st, 2009 #12Tattoo Artist
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You have some very... interesting works great job! Can't wait to see more.
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February 23rd, 2009 #14
new speed painting
taking some advice from some of my favorite artist here at ca I did something new. very loose playing with new brushes I got from someone here. any way I think this one is my best speed painting so far though still not near what I would like to be doing.
February 24th, 2009 #15
here is a list of drawing books I'm trying to find.
Andrew Loomis - Drawing the Head and Hands
Andrew Loomis - Successful Drawing
Andrew Loomis - Figure Drawing for all it''s Worth
Andrew Loomis - Fun With A Pencil
BRIDGMANS - Complete Guide to Drawing from Life
Burne Hogarth - Drawing Dynamic Hands
Burne Hogarth - Drawing the Human head
Christopher Hart - Drawing Cutting Edge Anatomy (The Ultimate Guide For Comic Book Artists )
Christopher Hart - How to Draw Comic Book Heroes and Villains
David lewis - Pencil Drawing Techniques
Eadweard Muybridge - The Human Figure In Motion
Gary Faigin - The Artist''s Complete Guide To Facial Expression
Giovanni Civardi - Drawing Portraits Faces And Figures
Hagan, John - Painting Beyond Fashion - Painting And Drawing Principles And Techniques.pdf
How to Draw Baby Animals
How to Draw General Anime Faces.pdf
J. D. Hillberry - Drawing Realistic Textures In Pencil
J.D Harding - On Drawing Trees and Nature
Jack Hamm - Drawing Scenery Seascapes And Landscapes
Jack Hamm - Drawing The Head and Figure
Ken Hultgren - The Art of Animal Drawing
Kimon Nicolaides - The Natural Way to Draw
Le Trung - How To Draw Anime For Beginners
Perspective Drawing Handbook
Ron Tiner - Figure Drawing Without A Model
Stan Lee - How To Draw Comics The Marvel Way
Stanley Maltzman - Drawing Nature
Sterling - Art of Drawing The Human Body
Techniques For Drawing Female Manga Characters
Wendon Blake - Portrait Drawing A Step-by-step Art Instruction Book
something I'm playing with:
and a better pose:
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good stuff man, those books you listed earlier will definitely help
just keep drawing! and do more studies etc etc
PS: some of those books you listed are still in print...so I would probably edit that post a little just to be safe
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posemaniacs training next ,30s 200, then 45s 300
MY SKETCHBOOK IN BIG LETTERS: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=116474
COMPLETE LIST OF THE FORGOTTEN SKETCHBOOKS: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=1#post1992378
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the rest for today
the same but by memory this time
a speed painting learning to be faster with Photoshop
now in color with more details
sposed to be a carp in space
playing with space, I love Escher
the reference is in the corner
that's enough for tonight I want to draw some more tonight before bed