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Great start, very nice digitals, especially the portraits. Its good that your drawing from life and working from imagination. Sketches of your girlfriend are great, they're really expressive. Keep on going my friend, its only a matter of time.
2 models 100x70cm Charcoal
really like your landscapes on the first page, and your anatomy studies
keep up the good work
nearly new skeches
charcoal skulls 100x70cm
Very nice studies, particularly the second one of your girlfriend in post 30, it's really beautiful
Also just wanted to thank you for the link you gave Justin Beckett for the Fred Fixler website, I've been reading it all morning, great advice. Thanks again.
me again 2 sketches 100x70cm
some colour studies from moves screen shoots
That's some serious improvement since the start of this thread, man. I like the skulls. I don't have any valuable comment to offer as it looks to me that you know what to do. And I don't know a thing about charcoals.
Oh, wait, I just noticed you leave out hands in your drawings. Hands are hard, I know, I hate them too. But they exist, so there's nothing we can do, right? Gotta learn how to draw them.
Keep it up.
again master copies
last pelves was a notes from vilppu tutorial
now i try to drawing some pelves frome photos
Hey guys new stuff here
so much work in here, took me forever to load
you are good man, hard worker. It will pay off, for sure. Keep working on these studies.
It's good you started on facial expressions. So far all the faces are looking slightly the same (eyebrows, eyes and mouth). That's the trickiest thing to do. Just keep working!
more more and more practice...
thx jellyswirl for visit my sketchbook
Hello! The drawings in post 38 show some good things. Are you able to draw figures from life ? (live models) ? I think doing that and working on drawing abstract shapes first. google Andrew Loomis and download his books ( free on the web).. look up Glenn Orbik as well..
the blog will not leave me be: http://www.kevinwuesteart.blogspot.com
kevinwueste thx so much for support and good advice in pm
some new stuff notes from vilppu "lower legs" and garlic colour studies
thx dude i try to make some daily update
Nice studies. the newest anatomy studies are looking sweet. Try to think of shapes when you copy something - as if you cut out the image or certain parts of it with a scissors. Are you drawing the exact same shape, do the angles match? if you think about shapes alone, the image will build itself.
thx paper vampire i try it cheers
practice "pelves+uper legs+lower legs"
and some from imagination
Nice studies keep it up!!!