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    draw more; draw better~~ [2010/3/13 update]

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    realy nice start Ill check up on you

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    Hi DStraX, thank you! Your support cheered me.

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    This is another sketch I did this night. Approx. used about 2 hours. The right arm took me most of the time because I was not quite sure how to place it...

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    Hi, really nice figures, both of them have GIRL sense
    looking forward

    GL

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryonryon View Post
    I believe in drawing more will do better.
    That's partially true, but the drawings need to be putting you in the right direction at the same time. These pieces are very nice sketchy pieces, though what intentions do you have for your talent and have you done much osbervational studies?

    (That of people in public areas, mundane objects, buildings, etc.)

    My sketchbook, if you really want to see it...

    "Picasso is a painter, so am I;... Picasso is Spanish, so am I; Picasso is a communist, neither am I." - Salvador Dali
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    Today I did study from painting master artwork. Below landscape sketch is refer with Levitan painting. Took about 2 hours. Landscape drawing is what I need to improve..

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    Learning from painting master artwork is a joy. Below is some of my studying. I've to do more...

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    Two mono color practice...

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    Just move the 1st one to here. The 1st thread reserve for thumb...

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    This drawing did with reference. Approx. time is about ~1.5 hour. Thanks for watching!!

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    2009/01/18 updated

    Hello All,

    I'm working hard to learn the traditional media. It's fun!! Here is some of my practical drawing. The tool is compressed charcoal. Thanks for watching!

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    wow good jobs charcoal very hard for me

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    2009/01/20 updated

    Hi Destinyapocalypse, thank you for watching!!

    Here is another charcoal drawing done by today, spent 17 min. I want to do better~~

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    Hi, these are 2pcs quick pencil sketch. Just for fun~~

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    2009/01/25 updated

    Hi All,
    These is few more portraits with compressed charcoal. The time is from 5 to 10 min. I'll do more figure drawing from now on. Thanks for watching! And Happy Chinese New Year~

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    the last figure in #8 is gorgeous. :]
    keep going

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    Lovable portraits and awesome mastercopies!
    One thing´s for sure... I´ll be back .
    Keep workin´ the good work!

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    great work man, yolur charcoal lines are really strong and your figure studies wreak of girl, sick portraits too, I would recommend spending just a tad more time on setting up the perspective though, its better to have a 7-8min drawing w/ solid perspective/proportions than a 5 min drawing w/o
    but ya I am really impressed with your charcoal's clearness
    keep it up man and stop by sometime
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    the girl with the white, the bottom master copy is beautiful, who made the original?

    also, the bald guy has nice shadows, maybe practice more strong light?

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    This one's great. Reminds me of a fashion illustration...

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1232864078

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    Thanks everybody for your comments~ I love to see~~

    - Hi a la bapsi, thank you!

    - Hi Mr. Smile, look forward to your revisit

    - Hi jedininjaman, thanks for your recommendation! You are right. I did little perspective practice before, and I'll do more in coming time~~

    - Hi Defiled, thanks! Regarding your question, the original is from William-Adolphe Bouguereau, the title called 'Italian Girl Drawing Water'. Here is a link for your reference. Check it out and you will love his works

    - Hi BubbaGump, thank you~

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    I love the charcoals.

    Try putting in a background here & there to make your portraits *pop* :-)

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    I LOVE those female faces!! Especially those in traditional media! Great!

    I will be posting again as PENCILMAFIA soon!

    Hope to see you then!
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    Those charcoal portraits are really great
    Wanna see moar!

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    2009/01/29 update

    Hi All, here is some sketches about old masterpieces studying. From top to bottom is earlier to latest. I feel that I've learned something from those old master~ Thanks!

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    Hi DoubleThink, good suggestion I'll try to add background. And this is what I need to learn hardly Thanks!

    Hi mave_le_monkey, thank you!! You cheer me up~~

    Hi Fumble, I'll do more. Thank you!!

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    2009/02/05 updated

    Hi All, here is my study from old master. It's worth to do this practice as it help me to learn the composition and dynamic. Thanks for watching!!

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    Very nice work in here. You have a good sense of form and proportions. Nothing to crit at this point. Just keep practicing!

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    Yep....got some skills obviously...
    your stuff prett much makes sense...if you keep practising, this is going to be a very cool sketchbook full of stars

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    Your charcoal is amazing stuff! :o) The second figure in post 14 is a little off. But, if you worked on the perspective a bit, you could be amazingly amazing in no time! .

    Good Job and Keep it up!

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    these are looking really good

    "Every little step considered one at a time is not terribly daunting" - Ethan Coen

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    Beutifull studies. Keep going man.

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