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    still a beginner

    Hello I am a young artist of 14 years old,
    I follow architectural training at an art academy
    In the beginning I was mainly concerned with cartoon figures like that now I'm still only rarely and keep me busy conceptart and yet so serious things.
    I draw for a weekly comic magazine.
    not so long ago i started drawing at photoshop , I'm still a beginner.
    So a bit of criticism will be useful.

    greetz jabo.

    p.s my english is not as good

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    Welcome to CA "jabo4" you need some serious body studies! Get human anatomy book and study the body, or you can find very useful advice in the net! I can't judge your skills, becaouse you're showing one drawing! Next time post more... I'll check on you again and I hope you will post more! BTW I'm 15!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clanlord View Post
    Welcome to CA "jabo4" you need some serious body studies! Get human anatomy book and study the body, or you can find very useful advice in the net! I can't judge your skills, becaouse you're showing one drawing! Next time post more... I'll check on you again and I hope you will post more! BTW I'm 15!
    thx for the comment.
    I also work in anatomy.

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    Another digital sketch.

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    i find that doing still lifes of simple objects are always useful, in understanding light and shadow and training your eye to look at things in an abstract way which actually helps you achieve a more realistic looking drawing.. creative stuff can be fun and keep you drawing, but make sure to draw from life as well.. keep going.. my sister is 14 and just started drawing, i'm going to try to get her start posting, too

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    Quote Originally Posted by amarryth View Post
    i find that doing still lifes of simple objects are always useful, in understanding light and shadow and training your eye to look at things in an abstract way which actually helps you achieve a more realistic looking drawing.. creative stuff can be fun and keep you drawing, but make sure to draw from life as well.. keep going.. my sister is 14 and just started drawing, i'm going to try to get her start posting, too
    i can drawing much better then that
    I do not have this way much experience with digital drawing.

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    anatomic sketches

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    Hai Jabo, 'k zal maar in het Nederlands posten, goed?
    Maar goed, wat betreft je tekeningetjes, je zou kunnen beginnen door eerst een gewoon potlood te pakken en te leren over licht, schaduw en waarden en natuurlijk anatomie. Ze hebben hier goede sites staan ergens op het forum, waar precies weet ik niet, maar ze staan er in ieder geval wel. Aanradertjes wat betreft anatomie: Andrew Loomis, Bridgeman en Burne Hogarth, allemaal te vinden op het internet, denk ik. Teken veel van referentiemateriaal, foto's enzovoorts. En als je digitaal schildert, probeer de achtergrond een tint te geven, want ik zie dat je digitale werk erg "glazig" lijkt. Dit komt doordat je waarschijnlijk direct op een wit vlak tekent. Oh, en voordat je gaat leren over kleurtheorie, is schilderen in grijsschaal een goede oefening om licht, schaduw en waarden te leren kennen op het digitale canvas. Simpelkes beginnen is de sleutel! Hoop dat deze tips en crits helpen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuanMing View Post
    Hai Jabo, 'k zal maar in het Nederlands posten, goed?
    Maar goed, wat betreft je tekeningetjes, je zou kunnen beginnen door eerst een gewoon potlood te pakken en te leren over licht, schaduw en waarden en natuurlijk anatomie. Ze hebben hier goede sites staan ergens op het forum, waar precies weet ik niet, maar ze staan er in ieder geval wel. Aanradertjes wat betreft anatomie: Andrew Loomis, Bridgeman en Burne Hogarth, allemaal te vinden op het internet, denk ik. Teken veel van referentiemateriaal, foto's enzovoorts. En als je digitaal schildert, probeer de achtergrond een tint te geven, want ik zie dat je digitale werk erg "glazig" lijkt. Dit komt doordat je waarschijnlijk direct op een wit vlak tekent. Oh, en voordat je gaat leren over kleurtheorie, is schilderen in grijsschaal een goede oefening om licht, schaduw en waarden te leren kennen op het digitale canvas. Simpelkes beginnen is de sleutel! Hoop dat deze tips en crits helpen!
    bedankt voor de tips!
    ik zal er zeker gebruik van maken.

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    besides studying anatomy, also take a look at color theory..your CGs need more work. Constructive Anatomy by Bridgman, loomis books, and Drawing the Head and Figure by Jack Hamm are good books on drawing humans/anatomy. also, take a look at Digital Painting In PS #2 thread
    good luck.. i'm 14 years old too and trying to improve my art

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    draw a fuckload from life and do studies from reference!
    i recommend Constructive Anatomy by Bman as well, it´s a great book.
    keep kickin it, you´ll get there!
    hard work+time=skill!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaskpost View Post
    draw a fuckload from life and do studies from reference!
    i recommend Constructive Anatomy by Bman as well, it´s a great book.
    keep kickin it, you´ll get there!
    hard work+time=skill!
    thx man.

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    carnival

    work in progress...

    what do you think about this sketch?

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