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    how to increase my skills...3rd of march.

    You can see newest try at the end of this sketchbook ...
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    Hey dude, welcome to CA

    Bon, parlons francais Ben tu maitrise vachement bien les valeurs, j'aime beaucoup le premier dessin ! Maintenant, va falloir poster plus ! Keep it up

    Et t'inquiete, por le niveau d'anglais, ca viendra au fur et a mesure, quand jsuis venu sur ce forum, mon anglais était aussi pourri, mais jme suis pas mal amélioré a force de trainer ici !


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    Walid D: thanks dude, merci pour l'accueil j'ai plus du tout l'habitude de parler anglais....ou meme de l'ecrire mais va falloir m'y remettre. le premier dessin à un bon 2 ans et j'ai pas refait de platre depuis...Je sais c'est pas serieux tout ça :/

    Here are other pics...some drawings i drawns in approximately 10 min... on 26"x20"

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    I've got other drawings but i must photograph them.

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    Pretty good studies ... And the sheriff-star as a nipple piercing? ... great!

    No skill still isn't a new side.
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    lord_regenschirm : "sheriff-star as a nipple piercing" yes of course..mustn't I ? :-D . These studies are quite old.... and drawn in 10 min....It seems there is a lake of curves ....

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    how to increase my skills...3rd of march.

    A new one i drawn yesterday evening. Comments are welcome.

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    Tes nus sont vraiment classes, et tes persos sont vraiment bien, bonne connaissances de l'anatomie, bonnes valeurs ! continu !


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    Merci de ce commentaire walid, les nus ont un bon 2 ans a par celui -ci how to increase my skills...3rd of march. qui date de l'année derniere... je les montrent pas tous car je trouve que bon nombre d'entre eux mérite plus leur place à la poubelle. Bref J'ai encore du taf pour arriver au niveau de beaucoup dans le forum.....
    Merci encore....et j'aime bien ton petit perso métallique dans la derniere page de ton thread.

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    here is other sketches, comments are welcome.

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    I continu to draw....I think i realy need to draw thumbnails before beginning a "finished" drawing.... i begin with the head then i draw torso....and after........

    Here is a sketch....
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    0_0 faut vraiment que tu m'apprenne a faire des rendus pareils, c'est super classe, just un truc que j'ai remarqué, c'est par rapport a la tete, j'ai l'impression que l'arriere du crane est un peu plat ! sinon, depeche toi de le finir


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    mmmm....J'ai appris a penser les ombres et la lumière en copiant des platres antiques ( le tout premier dessin du thread..), en m'interessant a la photographie, grace a un tuto de prometheus anj, ici sur conceptart et grace aux 3 liens que je t'ai mis sur ta galerie. Après il faut garder un bon contraste entre zone éclairée et zone ombrée. Il y a le sens du trait qui donne une indication du plan (Quand je parle de plan, je parle de la portion de surface du volume que tu dessine , par exemple une des faces d'un cube si tu dessine un cube). Il y a un rapport entre angle d'incidence de la lumière par rapport a une surface et la luminosité qu'elle renvoye, plus l'angle est droit , plus la lumière est lumineuse plus l'angle est plat plus la lumière est faible...c'est un peu comme le rebond d'une boule de billard sur les bandes...après il y a la distance a prendre en compte. Toujours avec l'idée de la boule de billard , si tu frappe la boule avec une force donnée plus tu es prêt de la bande plus elle rebondira loin, inversement plus tu est loin moins elle rebondira ( faut coupler ça avec l'angle d'incidence. ) On peut faire ressembler l'impact de la boule à l'energie lumineuse et se dire que la boule tant qu'elle aura de l'energie va ricocher sur les autres bandes......Fait des recherches en photographie tu verras comment on débouche une ombre...un bout de polystyrène blanc et on renvoies la lumière sur une ombre trop foncée. Bon en fait ça fait beaucoup de choses a penser en meme temps....Mais c'est comme ça que je fait avec toujours de la pratique d'après nature.

    Par contre, ça fait quelque jour que j'essaye de mettre une miniature de mon premier dessin dans la partie sketchbook pour tenter d'illustrer ma galerie mais sans y arriver...sais tu comment on fait?

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    Merci pour ces conseils, moi qui voulai commencer quelques études de Bargues, jsuis encore plus motivé, et ces dvd ont l'air géniaux, jconnaissais pas et il a l'air d'avoir pas mal de bons dvd ! interessant tout ca

    Pour la miniature, faut que tu edit ton premier message et upload ton dessin avec le "manage attachment" un peu plus bas que la zone d'écriture ! D'ailleurs, jte conseil de toujours uploader tes dessins avec ca, ca peut etre un peu long, mais au moins, t'est sur que dans 1 ans, tes dessins seront toujours la, et pas supprimés par ton hebergeur dimages !


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    thanks for your comment dude...i went to your blog saddly i can't read it but i like some drawings you put on....

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    i try not to draw only a nude character ..put some wears... try to have a "story" with his wears...i draw a bit taller to...I hope it's not too boring...

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    Hi!
    I post other pics i drawn yesterday evening while i was looking godzilla vs space godzilla...comments are welcomed

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    hey, cool d'avoir commencé le digital painting ! Plutôt que de commencer avec des peintures compliquées, il vaux mieux commencer avec des formes simples, comme des fruits, et se concentrer sur la couleur, la lumière ! voici un thread qui est génial : http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=107217 tu devrais trouver de bons conseils et astuces ici ! essaye aussi de travailler d'après modèle vivant, c'est beaucoup mieux que les photos ! Continu comme ca, et essaye de mettre à jour plus souvent :p


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    pour ce qui est du vivant comparé a la photo , tu prêches un convaincu. Parfois malgré tout je me tate a le faire quand meme pour avoir un peu plus de difference de teintes meme si je sais que les couleurs ne sont pas géniales en photo :-/ ( cruel dilemne).
    Je vais peut etre commencer avec une clementine...au moins quand c'est fini on y trouve toujours une utilité :-P
    par contre sur les images que j'ai posté je n'en vois qu'une seule...

    merci pour le lien.... je vais me matter ça et apres dodo.....

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    Ben moi jvois les 3 images J'avais pas remarqué ca avant, mais tu dois surement travailler à la souris, car tu n'utilise pas la pression du stylet ! ou si tu utilise un stylet, essaye de régler l'opacité et le "flow" sur la pression, ca sera bien meilleur ! J'ai hate d'en voir plus !


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    here is another pic i've drawn yesterday evening just after a quick read of the link walid d gave to me. I did some mistakes like colors which are ones on the others...

    Thanks for the link walid... i'll read it one more time more slowly tonight.

    I can't see attache thumbnails... Am i alone who can't see them???

    Walid d : j'utilise une palette , mais la pression gere le delié j'ai trouvé comment gerer la transparence mais je suis pas convaincu du resultat...je vais refaire des essais...je matte ton lien et je me demande comment ils arrivent a adoucir autant la liaison entre les couleurs... je pense que c'est l'outil "doigt" mais je le trouve pas tres efficace... je crois devoir ajouter des couleurs intermediaire...

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    I can't see them either. Hmmmm ...

    The ones I could see look tres interesant, oui? Nicely done.

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    .....I don't understand.... i can upload gif but not jpeg anymore....does anyone know what it can be???? ( i hope my english is good enough to be understand)

    Phlipper : thank you for your comment, I'm glad you think my drawing très interessant ... Can you see the last pic i post??? Do you take off the link of your sketchbook from your signature? I don't see it anymore

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    hey, thanks for your comment!

    wow, that's a fantastic approach on naturalistic drawing! really enjoy it, a good source for inspiration!

    greets, Ben

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    after my first test, i try to colorize a tangerine... it isn't finished...

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    i continue the same pic

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    hey! my anglish is also not very good, but i hope you'll understand me

    i love your pencil quick sketches - they are from life? you seem to have much confidence with your lines - i like that (and i want to achieve that in my own sketches)

    good luck with digital stuff

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    Yeap ...my sketches are from life...it's probably why i have confidence with lines, i don't have to imagine them...I look then I draw.

    You give me a lesson on your sketchbook for digital works. I'll try to copy masterpiece to. Yours are great.

    Thanks for your comment.

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