TinyBird's sketches - only critiques please, no compliments
Well, I originally started this sketch-thread in 2008, but I never actually started posting anything here because all my sketches tend to be... for fun.
But since my new year's promise for 2011 was to learn how to draw, I'll reanimate this sketchbook and concentrate on doing weekly paint studies and real life sketches, leaving all (or well, most) of my funny animals to LJ and DA.
So yeah. No compliments.
Last edited by TinyBird; November 8th, 2012 at 04:06 AM.
I've been trying to figure out spiders for a looong time now and every time I seem to understand how their legs work, I see them do something really weird and I feel like I understand nothing. Those buggers. Attachment 1141568
wow, comparing your painting to your drawings, i feel your more confident with painting. there's a nice gestural and loose quality to the blocks, that i drool over. Apply the loose gestural mark making to your drawings Keep it up!
Your posts in Critique Center charmed me and I ended up coming here
Nice sketches (except the skulls. A skull needs way more love and attention... I wonder when I will able to take enough attention to it and I even love them with a passion It's not really a serious crit btw...).
I don't have much idea about your skills at this point, drawing using references are so totally a different thing... I have some copying skills but can't draw by myself, for example.
I see you are used to pencil drawing and you are somewhat confident with your strokes, I can't explain it better. Whatever.
I mean like does painting your snow purple and having the sky yellow make the painting look good?
I may hate drawing but I'm a sucker for a challenge! Attachment 1144196
Well, it doesn't look good but it looks mighty sick. If it shows. I'm always paranoid whether these attachments show for anyone else than me.
Now I gotta doodle something worth showcasing here.
My attachments keep disappearing so Photobucket host this time
I did something I've never done before, I went back to an unfinished thing and finished it. And did it sloppily.
Well, I guess there's no point for this sketchbook if I don't post actual sketches here, if for nothing else to see if they're any different later.
So here's a bunch of non-observational doodles to remind me why I should keep doodling from observation.
I really also should get over my shame of sketching humans.
...I SHOULD DEFINITELY KEEP STUDYING HOW LEGS WORK. YES.
After the overly long and complicated mission of cleaning the mirror I finally managed to draw a self... portrait. Mmmh, starting to get little bit of double chin there. For some reason my glasses are ridiculously hard to draw and don't make drawing my eyes easier either. Attachment 1145348
That portrait also fails to properly portray my chronic condition called 'eggus heddus' which means that my head is shaped like a goddamn egg.
It is. Attachment 1145350
I was supposed to study legs, curse you Art Discussion board!!
Mostly from Google. Attachment 1146055
Near the end of 2010 I decided to start re-drawing my old monster designs that I hadn't really drawn since 2007 or so, in a long time anyway. I did most of the not-ridiculously-stupid-monsters that I had proper old art available for comparison, but I left this one out. Mainly because it's another dog and I never really managed to make it work.
So this morning I started working on it in a whim and maybe I'll later fix the legs and finish it. Attachment 1146051 Attachment 1146053