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    DoubleThink's Sketchbook

    Hi,

    I'm from Belgium & want to draw more, hence the sketchbook.
    I started drawing seriously about a year and a half ago, when I signed up at college for my graphic design classes, sketching was one of them.

    I'm 21 now and I would like to learn how to draw with the Wacom tablet, with which I had some fun this afternoon. Well... fun, it's a 20 euros tablet, so it's not worth much, but I try

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    Here's some older stuff

    Master study of a hawfinch, original was by Carl Brenders, who is argueably the best nature painter in the world... :p

    Don't have a picture of the original, but I wasn't that far off... (80 hours approx)



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    Part of being a graphic designer is begin able to work with markers & reproduce fast images of how stuff's going to look like.
    Here's my take on parts of a skatepark, promoting a new shoe by Globe.







    I'll try & add some figure studies when my scanner's been fixed.

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    some life studies.
    I've been trying to copy Mentler's way of working. dunno, probably shouldn't keep doing that as it's not looking that great <_<

    referenced from posemaniacs.com




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    not too shabby for the second day, I'd say

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    Here's an update

    a combination of doodles, 30 sec studies & some random studies.

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    & some more

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    some bones, a skull & some cubes

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    Oi, A majority of ur art is hard to read. Your colors seem to be really blurry and your not quite sure how to work with it. A good way to get learn photoshop is to look at the digital painting thread, http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=107217. Also your stuff tends to be flat, I suggest that you draw objects from life, that will give you a better understanding of form.

    Keep it up,
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    small update.
    I'm busy, but I'm still sketching

    Here's some scribbles from the train & some studies.

    Feel free to leave some critique

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    small update, I did more this week, but I don't have the time to scan & upload all of them.

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    what goes on in my mind



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    Today was a good day for sketching, a bad one for studying.
    I'm loving the poses/faces page if I say so myself :p







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    some more scribbles
    not too pleased about these :/




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    Some older stuff, all of it was for school projects.
    I hated doing the buildings.














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    some good, some bad, as usual.
    I'm longing for the day they're all good :p





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    Nice practices, good to see that you're practicing all ranges of stuff, anatomy, faces, etc...
    Keep it up!!

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    some more scribbles.
    They help me relax.
    I'll do some more extensive ones once my exams are over.



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    I took a small vacation & it shows. :p





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    quite rough, but I like it this way.
    This was the last page of my sketchbook, I'll have to go buy a new one




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    Getting my wacom tomorrow, finally!

    here's some scribbles from on the train.






    Looks like I'm not all that good at drawing from imagination :/
    Any tips there anyone?

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    got my wacom

    this was my test run.
    I'm very pleased about my new tablet :p



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    Little rough around the edges.



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    This one's better

    It's a draw-over of an eye I did a few posts back.



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    a cup & quite possibly, my first concept thingy yet.

    It's a sort of bee-nymph
    Her wings are leafs.
    I'll make a colored & edited version later on.




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    First one from reference.



    It's a zebra finch in case anyone's wondering.

    Took me about 40 minutes

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    Fucking horse, rushed it & couldn't get it right. <_<



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    Fairly fast SP

    Trying to get a feel for these brushes



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    I've screwed up a lot this afternoon.
    Though I've learned quite a bit, so it's not all bad.

    I feel sorry for what I did to the girl.





    Guess I need to work on my portraits?

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    like the hand better than the face...

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