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Long time lurker, posted here perhaps years back.
C&C welcome. Hopefully i'll update often, I need the practice.
Here are a few just to get things rolling.
Last edited by ronin684; December 26th, 2008 at 06:02 PM.
Some sketches from the las week or so.
I rendered a few sketches that i posted earlier. I laid out the proportions with blue pencils to help me keep things clear. Proportions still off tho.
Thanks for the comment in my SB ^^ You have a really nice sketching style, very natural and flowing but it looks like you need a little practise with rendering and faces, nevertheless these aer hard areas and I spend hours smacking my head on a table over them as well as wishing I could sketch better, as you do. Very nice!
~ ~ Sketchbook of Junk ~ ~
Another page of sketches, trying to fill more of the page. Big gap on the left though, maybe I shouldnt always start drawings in the middle of the page?
The last drawing i did was in the one in the center, on the fold between the pages. I was’nt happy with it, I rushed it because I was tired so decided to call it a night.
DecayingLolita thanks for stopping by, for the kind words and c&c. Yeh i'm having trouble with faces, well with knees and elbows, necks etc, ...lol, Faces in particular can't seem to get them lookin three dimensional, they're too flat i think, hmm, any way here the sketches.
Sketched from the Drawing Jam over at The Drawing Board.org. Thought id try summit a lil different, didnt totally come out as i expected but was fun!
Also, proably should have mentioned this before, alot of the sketchs posted previously are from refference, mostly from the photosets at Character Design.com which is a great resource by the way!
You are definatly on the right track. Keep up the anatomy drawings they are definatly helping. The one problem area i see is the face. Which is a common area of difficulty for a lot of people. The face being the most complicated part of the human body and probably the hardest to draw. I would suggest to focus more on faces, draw from life or photos. Keep up the great work!
big upload, some work from the last few months. C & c always welcome.
p.s. tell me if the images are too big, they seem ok on my screen.
Last edited by ronin684; December 26th, 2008 at 06:03 PM.
Love the thumbnails. It's good that you're doing various different stuff, including modeling. Your anatomy is in the right direction, but I suggest drawing some more feet whenever you get the chance haha.
spent far too long on this, and its only a rough sketch,
apacalyrical thanks for the comment. It was for my portfolio/showreel module for university. Aim was to show a variety of concept design material and techniques.
quick sketch before i start some work, part imagination, part reference, from characterdesigns.com.
keep it up