Hi, I looked at the last 3 pages or so of your sketchbook earlier, nice progress, I really like this http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d1...Rool/Take1.gif Its very smooth, even though its short, but I know how much time and effort it takes to animate something so nice job there.
some of your life drawings seem to have alot of unsure pencil strokes, maybe a good exercise could be trying to use less lines and more observation with accurate and confidant strokes. I know a basic exercise i'm sure you may have already practiced is to look at an object and try to draw it without looking at the paper your working on.
Great work, very fun stuff here, lots of motion and life and movement in your sketches. Keep at it, good luck.
holy crap, your lines could power an entire city so much freaking energy! and yes i agree with you DO THAT FOR EVERY SKETCHBOOK, HECK do that every morning, its a great warm up, actually im gonna do that too my hands suck anyway
Yep, SCAD. My history with SCAD is pretty much a rollercoaster. I started back in 2008, but immediately in 2009 everything went out of whack. Since then I've been an on and off student, where I'd only be part time for a while, miss entire semesters (or a whole year, which is what happened in 2009) and things got even more convoluted when I decided to change my major last year.
If things were NORMAL, I would have graduated by now, but each step of the way it looks like I'll never graduate at all. Officially I'm still a sophomore (But I believe I just need to get one more full time semester out of the way to become a junior)! Thank goodness I wanted to be an artist!
Anyway, I currently live in a small apartment in Savannah, because it's cheaper than any of the campus housing, and it's an actual residence.
Yep, the last post is just faces for various people at the mall. The holiday season ensures that the place is packed, so it was a good opportunity to go there and just draw for a few hours.
...Just getting through traffic is a pain in the ass.
Last edited by Psychotime; December 23rd, 2012 at 09:57 AM.
I know I'm getting sidetracked from the Ugolino drawing, but I do get bored working on one thing constantly. It's more fun to try something new and do a quick painting that only takes a couple hours. Turned out crappy, but hey. Just another bad drawing out of me.
I try again and I'm STILL messing up! Haha.
Last edited by Psychotime; January 16th, 2013 at 03:17 AM.