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March 28th, 2008 #1
Well, this is my first ever sketchbook.
i only picked up my pencil less then a week ago.
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Alright cousin, well from talking to you in real life, I know you got the drive for now, you want real improvement, well you just gotta make it last. Set aside time every day to draw from life and to study from your books. Focus on making objects look 3D and giving them form as well as rendering and all that jazz. Its a long long journey but you're young and have the time if you use it. Good luck!
March 30th, 2008 #5
i just quickly sketched this in 10 mins
April 3rd, 2008 #6
My anatomy book has just arrived, expect an update soon!
April 3rd, 2008 #7
Well let me just say that you're fortunate to share blood with Miles. Your cousin is an amazing artist.
You seem to have been doing this for only a very short time. Drawing gets MUCH better as you do it more. I think that you're rushing the drawing the process quite a bit. Slow down. It's not a speed competition.
14 is pretty early to start. Keep working (AND LISTEN TO YOUR COUSIN! ) and you'll be great in no time.
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April 3rd, 2008 #8King of Dragons
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Don't rush to much into anatomy. Whats really important when doing your studies is that your knocking down your proportions, size and length. Like miles said you have to think in a 3d sence. Some of your characters lack basic form. I would start of with some cartoon or anime how to draw. Draw from pictures and be sure your getting the proportions, size, and length. You'll get better. Just don't rush things you learn.
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April 3rd, 2008 #9
Wassup , woooo so many young people same age as us joining these days.
Your pretty new to this, don't worry about it just study hard and practise everyday for atleast 20 mins.
Trust me even if you do just 1 life drawing a day you'll improve in like a mont imagen if you do studies, ref drawings and everything and draw for hours you'll improve in no time.
Keep it up and keep drawing hope to see you around again
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April 4th, 2008 #10
Thanks alot all of you, i will try and learn as much as i can, taking it one step at a time, and i will practice all the aspects that i must.
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Take it slow and put all of your effort into it. Even if you get to a point when drawing is the last thing you want to do, atleast think about drawing!
I'm looking forward to seeing improvement!
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April 7th, 2008 #14
Hey there again.. lawl nice gun concepts but wheres all the anatomy?? lawl i was waiting for it
well keep at it anyway try this might help you alot
1. do one drawing from reference a day
2. do one page of studies *anatomy or anything just studies*
3. do one piece from imagenation
4. do some doodles
Nice and easy but will help you loads
waiting for more updates
April 7th, 2008 #15
Something i had remembered doing when i was just starting out was a whoooleee ton of light studies.
You might want to give this a shot.
Nothing complicated at all though, try drawing like 20 sketches with spending no more than 5 min a piece of eggs, or somthing else round.
Then do the same thing with squared or hard surfaced objects.
I find when trying to make somthing appear 3D, the contrast and lighting is what defines it the most.
April 7th, 2008 #16
Thanks both of you... ive taken it all on board... and theres alot to learn!
April 8th, 2008 #17
Glad you are, it's a bit exciting taking all the new things in and seeing how much you didn't know and learning more. Just keep us updates and show us how you going so if you need any help just pm me am always happy to help.
Oh and also if you want any art program just ask i'll be more than happy to help, i just kind of get them..... lawl
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April 12th, 2008 #18
Yo cuzz! I've been away for a week and only 2 updates
Take on board all this advice Draw your cats, they're purdy, or your house, I know how nice it is
Just basically draw every day and you'll improve no swear, just takes time, 14 is still a young age to start, use that to your advantage.
April 12th, 2008 #19
Everyone's right on track with the advice! I think doing those light studies are great for a begining artist. Another exercise I did early on (and still do to warm up) is to try and draw perfect circles (in one motion) and to draw two points and then connect them with a single line (drawn in one motion). This helps to develop your muscle control and to get your hand to react to what your mind is seeing faster. Keep going and draw, draw,draw!!
April 14th, 2008 #20
yes they are silvesti99, and im planning to work on their advice as much as i can.
April 14th, 2008 #21
Hey harry. Glad you got photoshop been waiting for updates
Hope you have like a huge dump with everything on it
Oh and btw don't even worry about the tablet right now i got a cheap tablet as well, but it's actully pretty good almost like a wacom does the job and helps you learn right? thats all you need for now, get a little bit more experinced then go buy a new one
Well looking forward to those updates
April 18th, 2008 #22
Well, ive been quite busy over a week. just filled my first sketchbook
April 18th, 2008 #23
Hey Cousin, its nice to see you are drawing plenty, but don't rush your studies. Slow it down and try to copy all the shapes and sizes and positions of the muslces. Don't be happy with anything but perfect, even if it means it takes hours to do just one thats fine. Most importantly keep it comin my booi!
April 18th, 2008 #24
First sketchbook and a step closer to more improvment
Again as miles said slow it down, look at shapes and observe, you'll understand much more.
Just keep doing them and you'll be improving fast trust me
I like how you keep your imaginative stuff fresh don't ever forget that always do as much imaginative as you study
Keep it up
April 19th, 2008 #25
April 23rd, 2008 #26
another update on Friday
April 23rd, 2008 #27
Great to see you practicing a lot. i'm a total beginner to, but i want to give u some advice to. like your cousin said, practice a lot, and take your time. if you're trying something, but it just doesn't work, try again, keep trying untill you get it right. that's a mistake i often make. when something doesn't look right, i sometimes make the mistake by throwing that piece of paper away, and try start something else. that's not good. keep trying, untill you achieve what you kind of had in mind, and you'll really learn a lot.
Greets, and keep them coming ,
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April 24th, 2008 #28
i TOTALLY agree man, thanks for the comment, this last drawing ive done has taken 3 days to perfect to its potential, and im VERY pleased with it. come and check it out again.
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