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July 23rd, 2008 #1
MUJI Sketchbook 08
sketches found in my MUJI sketchbook, from April 08 until May08. Starting a Sketchbook threat in the hope that will get feedbacks, helps, comments etc. from everyone, thanks in advance.
they are mindless doodles mainly or what's been burning in my mind & need to put it down on paper.
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oops, mix a few sketches done in early June08 on the first post... the rest of June 08
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July 23rd, 2008 #3
early July 08
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July 23rd, 2008 #4
Cool stuff! Like the Karmen Raider sketches. As far as crits I would say work on drawing some more hands and faces from real life.
Keep the post coming!
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Excellent SB. The horses in particular are great. Try to tone down the scribbling, even though it works in a fair few of your sketches. But when they're clear, like the hands in the last post, they're just perfect.
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July 23rd, 2008 #6
here's more after a night's sleep and rest from scanning frenzy, sketches done from mid July 08 till now. Again crits & comments are very much welcomed
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July 24th, 2008 #7
July 24th, 2008 #8
Excellent understanding and shading, I really like the finished faces, the show how great you can draw. Keep up the good work!
riven phoenix rulz
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July 24th, 2008 #9
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July 25th, 2008 #10
Kamen rider sketches, done back in march 08
they are reinterpretation of my favourite kamen rider- kamen rider black!
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July 25th, 2008 #11
love the pen work, really like the flow it gives your pieces.
quick question - what type of pen do you use? I tend to use biro pens, but to my understanding this isn't really the done thing?
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July 25th, 2008 #12The Art Addict
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I love all of your sketches! I like how you stick with one pose for a few sketches, but keep it fresh by drawing different people.
Your drawings of faces and hands are shaping up nicely! I want to see more of them!
And the horses are great. I also love the batman drawings.
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July 25th, 2008 #13
Interesting sketchbook. Like the scratchy ballpoint stuff.
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July 27th, 2008 #14
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July 27th, 2008 #15
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July 27th, 2008 #16
My favourites are the blue pen ones- that may be just because I draw in blue pen lots myself... xD
I love how they're all quite loose and sketchy, and yet the form isn't lost.
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July 27th, 2008 #17
Very nice work, itz obvious that you kno what ur doing. I like you super hero concepts, they are great looking. Ur portraits are also very well done. The pen work is work being envyed. Comment my page if u ever get the chance. (PS, nice batman drawings)
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July 28th, 2008 #18
July 29th, 2008 #19
Thanks for checkin' out my SB.
Haha, you're drawing Mask Rider! Nice! I remember watching the series on TV, hehe. Some good line work on the latest sketches of him.
Sketches are getting better, you're doing all the right things so keep at it.
Oh yeah, I see you must have enjoyed Dark Knight.
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July 29th, 2008 #20
the batman sketches were doe before dark knight, after i've seen the awesome movie, maybe i'll hide my future sketches, then again "why so serious?" LOL
started my Bridgman anatomy studies, very useful, looking at the constructive anatomy and trying it out gives me an entirely different appreciation of the why his anatomies are so expressive, i felt they are exaggerated for ease of understanding and made obvious for less trained eyes. great stuff, highly recommended. next will be to do no ref sketches based on the new info, and come back again to check on the Bridgman sketches. cheers
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July 29th, 2008 #21i compete with myself
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excellent work. u seem to have a good sense of forms, u have got a variations in your work. right from human to animals to concept creatures to portrait u are able to draw almost everything. i like the flow of your work very much. your lines are good in single stroke and unbroken. it seems that u are much interested in mythological and historical characters. horses are unique in themselves. keep it up and all the best.
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July 30th, 2008 #22
here's more mask rider sketches done in march 08 that i've scanned earlier, in case the original ended up in the bin.
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July 30th, 2008 #23
yo zen, nice works you got here.
about the bridgman stuff, make sure you READ it too, not just copy the drawings. the drawings are meant to give a visual context to the written work, but the most information comes from reading it. understanding the why of the what, the function that dictates the form, is the most important thing that bridgman stresses in his books, so if i could offer any advice, it's to READ bridgman. internalize that learning, and then use it to create your own examples. g'luck man.
July 30th, 2008 #24
August 1st, 2008 #25
the difference in fully understanding the text and ideas behind constructive anatomy and just drawing a few sketches and thinking that's enough... thanks again purb36 for the reminder that there's no short-cuts!
the sketches are disturbing weak and expose my weaknesses, but will post it as reminder, need to digest the ideas and concepts behind and fully understood it, otherwise it'll be emulation, have to make it part of the thinking process, have to comprehend it... back to the book.
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August 1st, 2008 #26
no prob man, glad that something i said could help. the bottom hand on the first page is pretty sweet, and the top right hand and middle left hand on that second sketchbook page are really good as well. keep on keeping on man, you're doing good.
how long have you known about masked rider, and where did you first see it? take care.
August 1st, 2008 #27
August 2nd, 2008 #28
more serious study after reading the text, pick up bone structures that was missed out, straight side and action aide etc, but still a long way to go.
also anyone knows what happened to the comment or labeling of uploaded pics under the manage attachment pop-up? its for easy reference from crits and comments, i remember the extra column was there a year ago....
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August 2nd, 2008 #29
if you click the "go advanced" button and use the attachment manager to attach files, there should be a paperclip icon next to the smileys (above). once you click on that, it allows you to post the files you attached within the body of the response, like you put smileys in. i guess we'll see if i am being clear enough; please let me know if i'm not. the bridgman stuff's starting to look better already, so keep working hard at it. take care dude; i'll be back.
August 10th, 2008 #30
more studies, there seems no end to it, but the more i study, the more difficult it gets to draw from mind something that works, this i suspect is due to lacking more insight of other "parts" to complement the parts that i've gain more knowledge on, i hope anyway, that after gaining more knowledge of other parts, i can come back again and improve, it like a never ending iteration!
trying with some odd posture
thanks purb36 for the direction on inserting attachments and adding side notes and comments to those attachments