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not a bad start, try keeping your hand steady and keep practicing everyday no matter if your lazy or dont want to, thats the only way to get good at anything. First of all try studying some anatomy then work on the shadings. hope this helps
Thanks for the comment on my sketchbook. lostinthoughts said it all. Keep drawing/posting!
Decided that to update with some stuff. This time I'm DEFINITELY staying regular with this sketchbook thing :] .
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OK, so, here's two more pages...haha. Everything else has failed to upload so I'm not gonna even bother. I'll try again tomorrow.
Here's some stuff I did today. All the figures are from photo reference; I pulled a couple of stock photos off of devart.
I have two versions of the same piece (the exercise bike); one is a virgin scan and I played with levels on the other one. IDK which one I like more. The one with levels : http://img147.imageshack.us/my.php?i...elevelspv4.jpg
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Really pay attention to value in your pieces.
They are working now, but there's not enough of transitory grays between the dark darks and the white whites that you have.
Keep it up!
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Now that I look at them again, I see what you mean. I'm gonna do another still life in pencil and keep that in mind.
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