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Thread: My sketchbook
February 4th, 2009 #1
I am new on this site and i would like to share some of my work with other people arround the globe.
So dont be shy and let me know what you think.
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberFebruary 4th, 2009 #2
nice portraits. looks like a good start. thanks for sharing, keep us updated with new things you do.
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February 5th, 2009 #3
Some more work
Here is some more work that i have made. enjoy
February 5th, 2009 #4
Hi, i would like to have some feedback so i can improve my work.
This is a call to all who visit my Thread.
February 5th, 2009 #5
wooT Oo that is pretty amazing! Freakn AMAZING.
now, Im not the right on to give good feedback to you. if you want more posts in here, you should look at other sketchbooks and comment in them, so ppl will realize that you are here, there are more than 134000 members, you can easily be overlooked if you don´t make noise ! good start, only the best for future work!
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February 5th, 2009 #6
I have just put in some more work to vieuw by the top drawings. one portrait and a drawing of a pantherhead.
February 9th, 2009 #7
Tel me what you think of my work
February 9th, 2009 #8
first digital sketch
First time sketching on my new wacom tablet in photoshop.
Its great the things you can do whit it.
Il be posting more of my digital work.
February 9th, 2009 #9
That is purely awesome, I hope to see more!
Your drawings are so beautiful and realistic
riven phoenix rulz
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February 9th, 2009 #10
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February 11th, 2009 #11
February 11th, 2009 #12
hi Kymoart - my first thought is - some solid things and humbly suggest you think much more about proportion ( getting shapes right - whether it's on a face or body ) and then work on volumes and value ( how things then become more 3-d on a piece of paper/canvas/computer screen.. do you have chances to draw from real life where you live ( models at workshops ? ) that is the way to truly develop your eye ( I believe).. sketchbooks from the brain are good and useful but drawing real people when they are right in front of you - is best! hope this is useful! - kevin
the blog will not leave me be: http://www.kevinwuesteart.blogspot.com
February 11th, 2009 #13
The embracing couple and the wooden (?) mannequin are lovely. I'd echo what kevinwueste said about doing as much drawing from life as possible, especially if you're seeking comments.
February 12th, 2009 #14
Here are some portrait sketches that i did at work yesterday.
February 15th, 2009 #15
very good start, fine penciling
you are able to do some really beautiful rendering/shading
if you want to draw from mind , you sure have already a great advantage.
one advice: draw from life as much as you can and think 3D (imagine the structure of subjects from varied angle )
keep posting and thanks for stopping by my sb
February 19th, 2009 #16
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February 19th, 2009 #17
nice start to your SB. Love the opening portraits, the hair on the first girl is amazing. You have nice pencil work. follow Kevins good advice, you have a lot of talent to build on. please keep posting.
February 20th, 2009 #18
Rainshinobi: Thanks and i surely post some more work.
Doncam: Thanks for visiting my SB and the advice From kevin have improved my drawing il be posting it shortly.
Zou: Thanks for your comment, i havent had the chance to draw from life but i will in the future.
February 25th, 2009 #19
Some sketches if made inspired by the daily sketchbook thread.
February 25th, 2009 #20
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March 3rd, 2009 #23
Here are some digital 15 minutes paintings i did last night.
September 2nd, 2009 #24
portrait of a homeless man
September 2nd, 2009 #25
A dragon conceptdrawing for a poster to give to my nephew for his wall
February 28th, 2010 #26
You have a nice start to build upon. I'd like to give you some critique on the dragon piece, mostly about the colours. I see that you've tried to work with shadows and highlights, and I'd say that you should push those further. The dragon looks quite flat in some areas, like the wings and on most of the left side, try increasing the contrast in photoshop (or what tool your working with). Also the dragon's tail is disappearing into the background. Never forget your lightsources, here you got one from below, a volcano? And one it seems from behind/right?
Avoid white when highlighting. Instead, use a lighter colour of the base colour. The same goes for shadows, they are almost never black. Look around you, I see shadows of brown, blue, green and purple. Experiment!
Also I'd set for a cold colour inte the background, like blue, to bring out the main object of the piece- the dragon.
The mountains looks really flat, take a look at some photos of real montains, study how the light falls, what gives them dimension etc. It's never bad to look up references, one can't have the whole world in mind. Right?
I like the pose of the dragon, it's dynamical. Give it justice with the colouring as well.
March 15th, 2010 #27
Thanks Vloth for giving your critique.
I aproached the dragon in another way using more references from nature.
its not yet finished but hey its a sketchbook.
September 13th, 2010 #28
Hi here some new work to share enjoy