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June 27th, 2009 #361
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June 28th, 2009 #362
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June 28th, 2009 #363
Very nice studies mate.In the previous page you have a Sp with very nice clean linework.Keep up the next with similar line system.Confident and clear.
The fact that it consists mostly of straight lines(very little curving) offers sculptural mass.(as well by not using shadows,but by presenting contours)
If you have checked Chromosome linework you will understand.
Keep studying anatomy, and make some simplify to the bodies when you see them to understand their basic forms and proportions.
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June 29th, 2009 #364
You have some really nice forms in your drawing/studies. Some of them look like mannequin, but know once you add some color and more subtle tone it will really pop out.
Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!
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June 29th, 2009 #365
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June 29th, 2009 #366
Good work! Keep rockin' the studies! You're learning a lot by simplifying like you do..
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June 29th, 2009 #367
and a boobs master you will become......
Anywho the studies are definitely paying off, great improvement here, especially on the linework on the self-portrait in post #349. As for the rendering practice, maybe some darker values might help in places. Nice mprovement on the digital side of things too!!
Keep up the great work!!
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June 29th, 2009 #368
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June 29th, 2009 #369
To become the boob master you need to draw more boobs! came to check them and didnt find much.....I'd more an ass man, id like to be the ass master.....no wait the girl's ass master!
Serious though keep up the good work, things are starting to pay off!
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June 30th, 2009 #370Draw or Die !
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Max Challie : Thanks !
walnut : thanks buddy ! I will !
hala : Thanks for your advices !
HerrleerzeichenS : Haha thanks ! Yeah, the salt/papper shaker couple, funny ones, really interesting to paint it ! I'm looking forward to see your drawing !
Aaron Death : Thanks ! Yeah i get you, and now that you're telling that, i see the mouse differently( i mean, it's still a mouse, but i understand the shape differently :p ) :p It means i still have so much to learn :p
darknight : Thanks !
sketcheth : Thanks ! For the values, i think it comes from the scanner, even if i'm trying to fix it with photoshop ! And for the eyes, yeah, i agree, a bit too big, well, each time i'm trying to draw the eyes smaller, but they are always looking big :p i'll try it next time
Lyno : Thanks, i will !
t i m : Thanks tim ! Yeah, i hope they'll help me :p
kingkostas : Thanks ! I'll try to check chromosome's stuff
Pigeonkill : Thanks ! Yeah, the poses looks stiff, i'll try to make them more real ! Still a long way !
Braintree : Thanks !
dCepT : Thanks buddy !
MacTire : Thanks man !
petitemistress : ooh tu parles francais ! cool ! Merci pour ton commentaire ! lol les tags c'est pour attirer les hommes, mais faudrait que je trouve aussi des tags pour les femmes, quoi que, certaines sont aussi attirées par mes tags :p
kidult : Haha dude, yeah, my sb is boobless for now, but soon i'll be a master ! and when you'll be an ass' master too, we could do collabs, and create the perfect girl :p Haha, take care and thanks for your comment !
Well, stuff from yesterday, not much, because i was really busy, but now i'll update my sketchbook everyday ! i have plenty of times to work on my drawing skills :p Thanks everybody for your support, i really appreciate it !
July 1st, 2009 #371
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July 3rd, 2009 #372
I'm back finally, holidays now which lets me squeeze time im-between study's to do art and crit your work aha. Wow man the linework on your sp has gotten way better also the stucture. Still on your latest figures I see a bit of chicken scratching, FIGHT IT WALID you can do it. Also you understanding of light is way better, i can feel the form on that eye really well.
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July 4th, 2009 #373
that eye is definitely looking good, look forward to seeing more from you now that you got some more time!
July 4th, 2009 #374Draw or Die !
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hueyyeng : thanks for your advices ! I'll give a try ! it's a bit like loomis' style, isn't it ?
Dilated : thanks buddywell i shouldn't talk too much about daily update I wasn't at home all week long ! But i managed to do a character design
was trying to apply my knowledge about figure drawing and values, and was for the first time also focused on the design ! Soooo Ladies and Gentlemen, here is my first ( almost ) full character design in penciiil !
Hala : lol i posted just after your post :p Anyway thanks for your comment ! Yeah, i'll be able to post a lot more now that i'm motivated as hell muahahahahaha DDD
July 4th, 2009 #375
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Hey Walid- thanks for your encouraging words! Your sketchbook is coming along pretty nicely. Your last post has a cool staff. Is the top a cloak that wraps around her body, or is it two seperate pieces?
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July 5th, 2009 #377
Looks like you've improved again! Your pencil rendering is looking better and the design looks more thought out than your previous ones. At the same time, the proportions are off and the fabric and folds could be more convincing... it's hard to think about everything at the same time, so keep doing the studies!
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July 5th, 2009 #378
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July 6th, 2009 #379
She'd better be careful or she's going to lose her skirt! Seriously, though, I love that you're having fun with character and costume design. Keep nurturing this creative side of your art as much as the more academic stuff--you'll definitely keep improving.
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July 6th, 2009 #380
keep coming with those designs you have the idea right with slightly varying the pieces of costume on each side of the body, keep doing that, but dont' forget the structure underneath the fabric, or the weight of the fabric. costume design is a lot about silhouettes too, so maybe if ur curious look up the different kinds of silhouettes fashion designers use. (this could be incredibly boring to...depends on what ur into xD) keep it coming walid!
July 6th, 2009 #381
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July 8th, 2009 #382
who tagged your sketchbook with "pussies" lol! ahaha, how true
anyhow, good to see you drawing!
bout the last one, what I see (not that I can talk but, fuck it gonna say anyways) so here we go: I cant quite guess what or where she stands on…try to give the illusion of her own body mass pushin her to da flooor, k? and hit the contrast a bit harder next time…yeah thats all……sorry for "not saying a word for six weeks and now this"
over and out!
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July 8th, 2009 #383
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July 9th, 2009 #384
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July 9th, 2009 #385
Nice work man! Good variety of studies going on here. I think some of the poses for the figures you draw from your head seem a little stiff though. You could twist the poses a bit more even if its just slightly moving the shoulder and pelvis planes. That would help make things a bit more dynamic.
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July 10th, 2009 #386
thanks 4 coming, cool study stuff.... r u student? n wait 4 my colour illu'n.
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July 10th, 2009 #387
Nice sketchbook, I can see progress! GJ =)
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July 12th, 2009 #388
You have a cool style developing. I love the cloth on the arms of that last pic. The shading gives it sweet textures.
Sketchbook - freakmod wants to learn how to draw really well
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July 12th, 2009 #389
WALID. I EXPECT UPDATES. DAILY. NOW!!!!!!!!!
I think you could benefit from some leg studies man
July 12th, 2009 #390
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