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October 10th, 2008 #1
The Sketchbook Of The Wannabe Artist (I'll need you guys along the way)
hey guys i realize my old Sketchbook began with a load of brain fodder so i'm starting a new one n i would really appreciate any comments and critz
these are all relatively recent from my art coursework in which i'm doing people and figures let me no what u think
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberOctober 11th, 2008 #2
a 5min pen sketch
October 11th, 2008 #3Swordmaster
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hey nice work. im no expert or anything( if you want one go check out hideyoshi, that guys very impressive) your gestures and form look fine, the shading is what needs some tweakin.
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October 11th, 2008 #4
October 12th, 2008 #5
thanks for stopping by my sketchbook! you've got nice stuff going on, lots of faces. i'd say you could benefit from concentrating on the planes and structure of the face even more. some of the noses seem symbolic while some others look pretty realistic - are those pics from the same time?
can't say much more constructive for now - show us more!
October 12th, 2008 #6
cool stuff in here...
some faces need better proportions...
this will come better with practice...
keep working and it will come nicely!
October 13th, 2008 #7
kuwakovski thanks i will try to spend more time on my line work n see how it works out
katinki thanks yeah they're from around about the same time i'll post more asap n i'll try to fit in doing some face studies
Creatinity hey thanks for stoppin by n thanks for the advice
heres some scribbles i did last night
October 13th, 2008 #8
heres some stuff i've done at school
the first ones a tone study from a modmesh mask i made n the other one is a friend
October 13th, 2008 #9
Hey! Ok, so let's see...
thescala made a good remark already, you could try to improve your shading. But that is just one of many things you could practice. You're already doing great by working from reference - some sketches are looking pretty accurate also!
It's always a matter of practice, you need to hang in there and constantly draw. It simply needs time. Try loosening up some of your lines maybe, keep it sketchy in the beginning. But try to draw with confident lines rather than scribbly ones. Basic routines like drawing many parallel lines and circles are good practice as well and will make your strokes more fluid.
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October 13th, 2008 #10
hey there, Hideyoshi basicly said it. It seems to me like you are going very dar very fast with some of your work, rather try to start off loose and then gradually work more contrast into your art, just a thought ^^
Keep up the work, you are doing good.
November 2nd, 2008 #11
Thanks guys appreciate the words of wisdom i'll bear them all in mind.
here is an overdue update of the joker n random tandoms
November 26th, 2008 #12
Thanks for visiting my sketchbook. For now only thing I can advise you is to draw draw draw ... and then draw some more. You'll see effects soon. And keep posting, this page will help you improve - without a doubt.
December 1st, 2008 #13
then draw draw draw and draw i shall, basically i've done a page a day for three days so here they are