Hi Flashback, good to see your dedication. You should focus more on volumes imho. Try ti break a shape apart in cylinders, boxes and spheres, like you did with the hand in #58. Do not focus too much on the contour (--> try drawing that seal with cylinders, and try to suggest the volume). Hope this helps!
You're getting better. Just keep paying attention to that line quality. If you're concentrating primarily on making a line drawing, don't worry about shading in large black areas (especially if all you have is a fine-point pen).
Dude, you're really tearing through some studies - I am going to try to motivate myself to take such a dilligent approach to figure drawing. You've come a long way and there's so much character in your drawings. Are you hoping to be an animator or something of that nature at some point? Minds like yours, given the right tools and time, are incredible to be in the presence of.
Thank you for stopping by my sketchbook and taking the time to comment. Keep up the great work.
The improvement is already starting to show Some CC - be careful about the weight distribution and proportions on a figure - if they have such strong upper bodies, it might be good to "muscle up" the bottom parts. I`m sure you`re going to nail it, just keep going on
I think you´ve been told already, but I´ll insist on going for those cubes, cylinders and spheres. I´m trying to include them in my daily drawing routine. Is not only a nice warmup but also it helps you to develop your spatial vision and to build those things or characters that carry those basic shapes within their structure. Since you draw a lot everyday, I will suggest you to take at least a day and use it for perspective. I found a great thread about it in CA: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=108180
Something that I want to follow before studying from some of the good books on the matter. Hope this helps.
Apart of that, keep drawing, you´re improving a lot!