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February 22nd, 2010 #144
Very expressive. Nice use of colour too.
I would suggest thinking more before drawing, especially of which lines to put down.
Look at how I just took your lines and simplified them. I then put in hatching to show what overlapped what.
I hope that helps.
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Thanks fraz i will keep that in mind but i do love texture heres some stuff you might enjoy more though
we were sat down today instead of stood up, it was fun to just draw again instead of paint, but unfortunately i forgot about the fore shortening effects of sitting
illustrator stuff + animation to come soon!
February 24th, 2010 #146
Digging your sketches. Might I recommend doing some longer studies? The sketches will only work out some of your drawing muscles, gotta work em all or you'll end up like one of those dudes from Jersey Shore with tiny legs.
February 25th, 2010 #147
haha yeah man your right, it's just finding time at the life drawing were instructed to draw a certain way, which is really awesome its forcing me out of alot of comfort zones.
today i have some differnt stuff a test animation for a project, and a illustrator illustration for another project
February 25th, 2010 #148
Improving really quick man, See what happens when you try hard and practice?
Keep going you're on the right track, remember to apply what you learn so you dont do the same mistakes that I did.
I'll make sure to give some more love in your sketchbook.
March 1st, 2010 #149
hmm some new stuff, panicing ive got interviews a week on wednesday. feel like i need to make a better folio.. but now im worried i have too much of a specific 'style' arr
think i ruined this one at some point
March 3rd, 2010 #150