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very nice for your young ages
i like the fly =D (there all good though)
is that last one a chicken? sure is one funky chicken if it is :p
I started draw/paint digitaly. These 2 days I been trying shapes, brushes, diferent methods of painting, most of it on fruit painting.
So heres some examples.
And im kinda upset about mental colour picking, i done these paintings using photo references, so i used a litle colour picking tool from a photo, is that bad?
Later I'll try painting still life, so I'll avoid trying to cheat with colour pick. I'll see what what comes from that.
Please, give me advices, critics or something (especially about mental color picking thing).
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Hey Pijus, thanks for stopping by at my sketchbook and thanks for the comment.
Your so called nonsense drawings are really quite good and interesting, I wish I started up a regime at your age, you're doing a fine job man good pencil work.
Hey there Piju!
Really nice sketchbook here.
Great to see you practicing and studying anatomy immediately. It's still the best way to learn
About the color picking, yea, it's kinda cheating
It's still the best to try and find your own colors.
For the fruits, they're done really nice!
I like the first apple better than the second because the blending in the first is done way better than in the second. what makes it look a lot more realistic.
If you're interested, here is some info about blending and coloring in photoshop by Bumskee. It helped me a lot so here it is:
Cheers dude! and keep it up!
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Hi there! You're doing great so far with the anatomical sketches. With some of your previous imaginary work, I would've liked to see a definite light source in your sketches, instead of a general-looking shading-thing going on.
I suggest on your next studies is to draw the deepest shadows first, before anything else, in a solid black or eqiuvalent shade, and work backwards (from dark to light). This exercise should help you structure your figures (I always advise people to do that! ), and give more of a dynamic prescence to your imaginary works. Good luck!
That creature design is pretty darn sweet. Actually I really enjoy your imagination, all the way from the crustacean type thangs up top.
Two suggestions, watch your proportions when doing studies. The full bodies tend to have a squashed look to them. And explore your full range of values, your darkest darks could be a bit darker.
More creatures please...
epicnoses: I am and I will, and thanks, man.
res01ve: Thank you very much, mate. Thanks for suggestions, I'm trying to work out with it. Well I stoped doing creatures and that kind of stuff for a while, but I think I'm gonna make some soon.
Smoke: Thank you!!! Heres some of anatomy studies for you.
Got talent there. Keep a eye on the proportions a bit hit and miss, on some of them. Post more pics.
Thanks fellas. Im going on a trip tomorrow, so I'll not upload a week or two. Hope I'll be back with some sketches so I could upload as soon as I come back home.
Heres some still life drawings, I hope to improve my shading thing doing those. Phone photos
EDIT: I replaced photos to scaned pics, I hope its beter.
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the latest anatomical sketches are fantastic!
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