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Thread: Begginers choice
November 26th, 2008 #1
Hi this is Xobgob not much to say just wanted really really really much to be part of this community . If my Thread is deleted i wont mind. Any way these are some drawings from photo refs and some other stuff . Donno if i get the attachment manager right but here goes nothing.
(ooops sry for the size. I will edit it I promise)
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberNovember 26th, 2008 #2
hey there,why a thread of a person who wants to improve should be deleted?people post their drawings here to get better at drawing.so there would be no reason to delete your thread.
two requests:draw on white and blank paper and post in a smaller resolution.
do more of these.
pay attention to their proportion and their gesture (action,movement,etc.)
keep posting dude
Need your critique
November 26th, 2008 #3hi all!
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hey.. draw and post more, more, more... we want to critique your stuff... (: well done..
November 27th, 2008 #4
mimar sinan - doing my best thank you. Your encouragement means a lot
hmanafi - thank you. I was thinking that drawing thumbnails would get me nowhere. Your anatomy studies are great thumbs up.
Hi again. Late again . Some not so old drawings
again in squares(sorry for that). Just drawing them
in lectures(hiding from teachers). Dart Mou drawn
directly from the movie in pause. And some faces from
photos around the web. More in time
About critics and comments - JUST WRITE ME ANY THING
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November 28th, 2008 #5
the tank is really nice and by applying a bit of perspective to it,you would have a tank that you could ride on
good studies,i think it's good to start practicing perspective,take a look at yoitisi
island at mentoring section.
Need your critique
December 28th, 2008 #6
hi there, thanksf or the comment a while ago on my sb!
keep up the hard work i need to get back into this as well! post everyday
"draw everyday, even if it sucks!"
December 28th, 2008 #7
First post, good start. Love the girls faces in post #4. Yep, the tank definitely needs some perspective applied. Keep at it, and as you would have read on other posts, practise practise practise. As dlquddnr said, post even if it sucks. The idea is to get better and better, until somebody crits....awesome. Keep posting mate.
January 2nd, 2009 #8
Hi its me again just got these two pages scanned. Have some more but getting my hands on the scanner at work is becoming uneasy . Any ways got some more will be posting some more very soon. I will try working harder on the figure study. Just having so much fun drawing figures
hmanafi - thanks you for the good ref i checked it out and it is very helpful i don't think i will have time to participate but the threads there are great.
dlquddnr - 10x will do this its just that time is hard to find
doncam - thank u for d encouragement will post
January 2nd, 2009 #9
Hey, Xobgob! Thanks so much for your comment on my sketchbook!
Really like the sketchbook. Keep practicing those anatomical studies! Even from the start of the sketchbook you can see the improvements starting... I'll definitely be visiting again!
January 5th, 2009 #10
Hellou its been a while. If some one says drawing is an easy work i will slap him. Been working hard doing my best i know its crap but its a start . I have been doing some ref drawings from pictures i found throughout the net. Hope u like them will upload the rest latter in the day
PS any crits are more than welcome
January 5th, 2009 #11Registered User
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thanks for the comment on my sketchbook!
i am liking the look of that tank!! but the prespective seems a little off to me
and keep on posting!!!
January 5th, 2009 #12
I see potential. Persist. I'm still chugging away on my studying so I can't offer as much wisdom as others around here. Keep going though. Draw every day.
The first step - especially for young people with energy and drive and talent, but not money - the first step to controlling your world is to control your culture. To model and demonstrate the kind of world you demand to live in. To write the books. Make the music. Shoot the films. Paint the art.
January 5th, 2009 #13
just keep on drawing till ur hand bleeds, bandage ur hand and continue! I have lots of scar on my hand already, and I'm still going
My sketchbook <<<< share your thoughts and crit my sketches
January 6th, 2009 #14
more life drawings doing my best.
Who am i kidding i can't draw but its fun doing the impossible
Not much to say just drawings from ref.
Just comments don't care if good or bad
January 6th, 2009 #15
and again more garbage
January 6th, 2009 #16Registered User
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Nice drawings!! I can't really draw human body..
Well keep drawing =)
Btw would you like to look at my first digital sketch? i got my drawingtablet yesterday.... http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=1#post2070402
January 7th, 2009 #17
Keep practicing! This looks good so far. Draw draw draw!
A drawing a day makes the suck go away:
My sketchbook, because beating up the beef is the first step to make it good.
January 7th, 2009 #18
hey man, i see good improvement while im scrolling down the page
Try to do some anatomy studies. Especially on the head, consider the skull and bonstructure while you are drawing a face or body. If you start to understand how it all is build and how it all sticks together you will see alot of improvement in your figure and portrait drawing. So far so good! Keep it up!
January 9th, 2009 #19
Shad0w666 - thanks for postin and for sharing just make more like it
Monkeydominator - i promise
rogerb - thank you for the advice. I have been thinking
of buying an anatomy book my self but am not very certain what
should i search for
its been a while but heres more
1#my brothers daughter she is only 8 months and
some things i found home
2# & 3# ref drawings woman body
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January 9th, 2009 #20
Good studies mate.
There isnt much i can say that others havent sair, that will help you improve other than to keep at it and you will make it!
Actually id like to see some still life and perspective studies along with the anatomy stuff. Anatomy only works naturally when it is drawn in perspective so getting a good grounding can really help.
January 13th, 2009 #21
Hey there mate. Not a bad start at all! Don't be so hard on yourself.
I can already say you're strongest in hand / eye coordination (judging from comparison of your referenced / unreferenced sketches). Which is really good thing to start with. Other things (perspective, construction of human body from imagination, faces and so on) need your focus. So search for tutorials, buy some books (Loomis, Burne, Hogarth for anatomy). Visit posemaniacs.com and do a few gestures. Dedicate yourself.
You got it. Now work it! And smile doing it
January 17th, 2009 #22
muzzoid - yes yes i will try. your words mean a lot to me
Mr. Smile - 10x mate you really make me believe in my self and thank you for the positive attitude i will do perspective
and for the next post a little imagination for start and again faces
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January 17th, 2009 #24
I really like the leftmost girl on your second to last page, I can see you're getting to grips with anatomy & proportion.
I feel a little weird giving advice seeing as how I'm a novice myself, but I feel I must recommend gesture drawing. Posemaniacs is a great site for it. I found it really helped me understand anatomy as a whole as you don't have time to break the figure down into details. I was lucky enough to have a brilliantly forceful life drawing teacher in my second semester of uni who drilled gesture drawing into us without mercy.
Anyway, keep up the good work, you've got a nice pace going.
January 21st, 2009 #25
Eleventy - thank you. Your education speaks
enough for me to take your words seriously
ru4it - yes yes
[and for you bought START PARTICIPATING NOW!!!]
omg more art i actually bought a small anatomy book i read it for 1-2 hours and gonna buy some more
Portrait of a very close friend of mine and bunch of crappy throw ups
And sort of tribute to Samwise his work is stunning love it love it love it kissing it
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January 21st, 2009 #26
hehe, by looking at your sb it seems you like drawing girls nice going but maybe you should try to draw 'through' forms more, if you know what i mean. be carefull not to draw outlines, i sometimes see that in your drawings, really avoid doing that.. if you dont know what im talking about, i can draw something to explain what i mean
January 22nd, 2009 #27
Great Improvement, the lines are gettin cleaner- Good work, keepitup!
January 23rd, 2009 #28
some help about drawing through forms
here is some help about explaining what i just in the reply
i also sended it to another thread for everyone to read it (http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...48#post2096348) hope u dont mind
hope it will help..
EDIT:ooh, another thing that is super handy to spot mistakes is, see your drawing in a mirror (or in ps use flip canvas horizontal) youll get a fresh look at your drawing
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January 23rd, 2009 #29Registered User
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hey...i like the way u analyze things over here..great work & really fast improvement...
January 25th, 2009 #30
this is amazing
your help breathing fresh life in me i will do as u said big shapes, horizon,
anatomy. thank you so much. i am not taking any paid lessons right now
but i am thinking about it just a little scared
p.s. trying to post only when i have some work to
upload to keep the scrolling to the minimum
and now some forms from ref and a little from imagination