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    A hawk I´m drawing:

    Really would be happy if you give me tips/critism on it.
    Will post the progress.

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    One character who came on my mind.
    Going to make a lot of them and when colour them

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    Warforce, sweet lion and michealangelo study.
    You ought to do more of those and then branch off/turn it into some cool creature or soldier.
    I'd really like to see some painting from you. Keep going,

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    Hey man, really nice sketchbook. You have alot of pieces that are appealing. And there was a big snake head your were working on in the second page that I thought looked great.

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    Neolight: Thanks for posting here. You are right. I personally think the M-study and the lion are some of my better ones.
    Trying with your idea but I think they are not worth posting yet.

    Legacy Flame: Yeah, looks kind of mean to me (snake). One of my favorite animals

    Will post more through the day.
    Fun picture:

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    Im really pissed at the moment ...
    I´m sucking so much 8)

    Some pieces i did in rage... (all in 10 min)
    Really need overall tips and would be happy with specific ones.

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    hi ho,

    you're showing some good progress! i especially like the last animal studies, your line gets looser and you seem to get a good sence on hatching/shading.
    i have to say, i really enjoy the sketches on page 2 that look a bit cartoony (i like cartoony )

    no critic, more of a suggestion: focus on construction, it really, really pays off, coz your pieces will look more natural and dynamic.


    greets, Ben

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    Sorry I posted not so long.
    I was very ill and all I have done was sleeping, eating and taking medicine.
    Now i am back again

    Carg0re: Thx for your comment. I´m trying with perspective now.

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    And now something in color. Yes it really happend

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    Some creature came to my mind:

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    Its good to see you've improved a lot since your original post I would concentrate on drawing from life more, also don't spend so much time trying to complete the drawing remember this is a sketchbook. simplify the forms of the objects and try to concentrate on your line work, continuous line drawing exercises can help. Your improving a lot keep it up and good look.

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    i agree with jonny t completely. if you want to grow on drawing humans, etc, i recommend this site: http://www.posemaniacs.com/pose/thirtysecond.html it helped me alot, just drawing the shape of figure will help you immensely. cheers!

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    Nice stuff. Definitely seeing improvement.

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    jonny t: Thx for advice. Yeah I know I really often want to complete my pieces.
    What do you mean exactly with linework?
    (drawing circles, lines until they are perfect?)

    wondergod: REALLY THANKS for the link. It helps me a lot.

    Swordhand: Thx for your comment

    90 second works (At least I´m trying )

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    When I say line work I mean try to use single long lines to create the forms instead of many small ones. Have in said that I can see your doing it much more in your recent posts. At this point I wouldn't concentrate too much on shading just try to capture the shapes of the object. Nice figure drawings by the way.

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    jonny t: Got it and tried it with the new works.
    As long the work pays off I´m going to do it.


    Something came from my mind:

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    And a lot of 90 second sketches again:


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    huhu

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    danke für deinen freundlichen post bei mir im SB.
    also zum ersten ich find echt klasse das du dich genau wie ich aufraffst hier zu posten und vor allem am ball bleibst.
    am anfang habe ich immer nur gehört du wirst schon mercken woran du arbeiten musst. ich kann dir nu rden rat geben dir ein paar e-books oder eben bei amazon bücher von Hoghart oder Bridgman oder Loomis besorgst und di emal durcharbeitest. ich setze mir jeden tag aufgaben heute zeichne ich den ganzen tag schon arme.
    die 90 sek skizzen am ende sind gut die trainieren auch ordendlich das gefühl für das körper volumen.
    ich speicher dich mal und werde jetzt regelmässig bei dir rein schauen .

    mfg gliederpuppe

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    Gliederpuppe: Ich habe theoretisch Bücher hier aber haben mir nie so wirklich gefallen. (Anatomiebuch ausgeschlossen)
    Werde aber auf jeden Fall mal wieder nen Blick reinwerfen.
    Durch deinen Post habe ich ja auch den Link zu deinem SB, mache dich also auf Besuche gefasst


    Drawing, Drawing, Drawing until my eyes hurt
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    new work from me:

    Tried to get use from the 90 sketches (mind):

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    Some things:


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    Und Gliederpuppe habe ich mal eine Puppenhand spendiert

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    ich habe den tip bekommen wen ich nicht weiss was ich zeichnen soll dan soll ich einfach die bücher durcharbeiten das tue ich dan auch und es hilft mir wirklich gut um die dinge zu verstehen. hey und danke für die hand .
    das wichtigste finde ich ist wie ich oben gepostet habe am ball bleiben.
    fällt mir selber auch sehr schwer aber ich habe ziele und so zeichne ich dan doch .

    viel erfolg und dran bleiben

    mfg göliederpuppe

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    Gliederpuppe: Du hast schon Recht. Meistens kritzle ich aber dann immer rum.



    My hand:

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    I think I´m trying a self portrait next....

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    Keep drawing to get better,
    how much time it will take doesn´t matter



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    Going to make the Frog king from Brothers Grimm:

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    Selfportrait still in progress the last two times it doesn´t really look like me.

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    Bored in school :

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    Just fun:

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    Draw to improve:


    90 seconds:


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    eye (quick):


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    hawk (posted earlier):


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    Again bored in school:

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    Hey
    You are really showing will and progress. YOur animals are very nice already and if you go on doing yor studies your humans will be on par in no time.
    If you wnat to use digital medias and only have paint use it to learn things like perspective or light on flat surfaces. Trying to really paint in paint is no good idea.

    Cheers

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    Janos: Thanks for your nice comment. I think I am going to save and spend some money on software. But first money for holidays
    I am not sure how good I can get but I really want to do a job with art in future and so I´m trying harder.





    For today:


    Again a quicker one eye but tried to place shadows:
    I need more practice....


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    90 sek:

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    Here I am again. Critique and tips what to draw to improve are very appreciate.

    Story:

    I wanted to draw something about the Frog king and the last piece looked kind of boring and I made doodles and came to this idea:

    doodles:

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    Frog fly :


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    And some things to train:

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    die sachen werde immer besser.
    sag wie oft und wie lang zeichnest du so am tag ?
    ich versuche jeden tag mindestens drei stunden zu zeichnen.
    sei fleißig.

    mfg gliederpuppe

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    Gliederpuppe:

    Erstens danke fürs Reinschauen.
    Ich zeichne meistens 2 -5 h.
    Bei viel Zeit, was ich nie habe, kann ich auch 7 h.
    Kann mich da sehr reinsteigern

    Ach ja und update mal wieder. Ich würde mich freuen.


    Short in time but time to draw:


    Tried to make the frog better:

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    Some new stuff:


    In progress:
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    From beginning to:

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    That hawk is coming along very nicely.

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    I sketched a bit and got a idea for a bird:
    I am really happy with it
    But still in progress.

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    And making it better:

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