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    My sketchbook (please coment)

    hi,

    i'm sabastian. I'm 15 years old and living in the netherlands.
    I realy like the high-renaissance style, lenordo da vinci and Rafael for example.

    I hope you like my sketches a bit. Please add critics and comments

    sebastian

    PS.: Sorry for my bad english, i'm doing the best i can.

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    dude, can't see any sketches

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    dude. keep it comin.
    try studying some forms/shapes and Anatomy will really help to. studies is the way to go, try noting where shadows falls on faces and objects like you did above (second one) and really just draw all you can

    -Edit- Its alittle hard seeing anything from two examples...

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    yes, keep it coming - looking nice so far
    draw as many figures as you can.

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    drawn out of a magazine.

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    My advice whould be for you to make some drawings from life instead of using magazines. Just doing some self-portraits on the mirror will help you to get a better understanding of the volume and shapes that compose the face. Pictures in magazines are flat, so you won't learn much from them.

    And keep the updates comming

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    thanks for the advice, i'm going to draw life much more, also becaus i like it very much. I'm also going to start with Anatomy. That realy helps drawing a good picture. have any idears or tips for me? please post them.

    Sebastian

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    draw something ULTRA-COOL. like sum big machines, or beautiful nude girls, or weapons and explosions! or dark fantasy stuff! or distant landscapes on faraway planets!

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    I think your value range might be holding you back, lighter lights and darker darks. The more value you have the more depth and pop you can give to anything in general.

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    Please, drop in some anatomy studies! I would like to see how you approach to such a stuff. Or some rendered ones wouldn't harm. Just keep postin, you are goin good.

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    Hi I'm sebastian and I'm too 15 years old.
    Way to go man!

    I like you alredy, nice name you got there!
    Show us more.

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    I'm a dick, sometimes two. Hence my name.
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    another studie on dragons

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    hi, its a good start and you have the best influences. I would suggest trying your hand at pure line drawings from life and then move onto the careful rendering once youv worked on your line a bit. I wish i studied raphael and co when i was 15 i think i would be a lot better than i am now.

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=120987

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