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March 12th, 2009 #1
Jenn's student-tastic sketchbook--crits super welcome!
Hey there. I've been wandering around concept art for a long time and I decided to start my own sketchbook.
I'm open for any critique. I'm young and I don't always know the "right" way to draw, color, or paint.
thanks very much for your time!
I can't think of anything else to say.
*EDIT August 8, 2011 Hey everyone. So I'm going to try to not neglect my sketchbook like I had previously. I'm a rising senior in an art highschool, so I'm getting my butt kicked. Working on improving all the time when I can. I am welcome to critiques! I want my art skills to keep on growing! Thanks guys!
*EDIT DEC. 24, 2012 Hey, all. Just updating to let you know I am now a college freshman. No more of that high school stuff. Phoo! I major in animation at my school, and I'm keepin' myself busy with work as always! Also don't hesitate with the critiques! I need all the critique that I can get, so have at it.
Last edited by ArtemisDragon; August 1st, 2013 at 08:27 AM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberMarch 12th, 2009 #2
Anatomy. I haven't forgotten about you. Recently I've been going to live figure drawing classes (a.k.a. nude models) and it's been really helpful. I have something to look forward to every week now! I personally enjoy drawing figures more than anything else...maybe...
I should be able to post some of the figure studies soon.
a quick digital paint.
as you can see, my color theory is atrocious, but I'm working on it. Hopefully I'll get the hang of it the more I work with color.
March 25th, 2009 #3
figurative drawing class
I've been going to a drawing class that actually has live models. This is a great experience, seriously. My friends poke fun at me for it, but it really helps.
March 25th, 2009 #4
The figures are very impressive.
June 25th, 2009 #5
some other stuff.
June 25th, 2009 #6
August 11th, 2009 #7
more stuff. oh, i can't believe summer's almost over... nooo
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August 22nd, 2009 #8
school started up again..
I need to switch out of my study hall to an art class to get me some art credits! YEA
August 8th, 2011 #9
oh my! I haven't been on here in ages. I feel kind of ashamed. (and I'm still trying to get used to the site, jeez I'm slow)
well, I guess I should update
these are school projects. The first is a finger painting assignment for my design class. We were also allowed to use a pencil to scratch and etch into the paint. This was personally my favorite assignment of the year.
The second is a pretty early piece from my drawing class. Self portrait. Before I added the hair, I looked like a mighty fine angry tribal baby. ;D
whoops, I just previewed my post and the pictures were gigantic. Give me a moment to resize them
August 8th, 2011 #10
August 8th, 2011 #11
@RomanRiot- Thanks! I appreciate it. I look forward to posting more and being more active in general
Here's some more!
First is another project from school and my first attempt at multimedia. It's fun stuff.
then there's some figure studies. I love me some gestures
and then this last piece is from this summer, an assignment for my drawing class. acrylics, gotta love 'em.
December 22nd, 2011 #12
So, I read somewhere on the internet that painting on mylar was a thing. Apparently I missed the part that clarified that it wasn't just any mylar, but frosted/matte mylar. So, I went off all, 'mylar! my roommate has extra mylar!'
Reflective mylar. But I didn't know the difference.
Fortunately, I just wanted to do some studies, and cheap, easily portable materials are my favorite painting surfaces! These mylar paintings were done in no more than 3 hours each. I was originally intending for them to just be some sloppy studies, but I actually liked them so much that I hung them in my year's intensive arts show.
Here are a couple of those studies:
December 22nd, 2011 #13
Great improvement Artemis!
Those last studies are great, i like your colors! Maybe try to have more contrast on those.
Also, i see you got it best with the abstart kind of drawings.
Keep your traditional studies and also try to improve that ability of yours on abstract at the same time.
P.M. Artemis, you don't happen to be Greek, do you?
My Sketchbook ---> http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...42#post3225942
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