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Thread: Fayve`s Sketchbook
June 12th, 2009 #1
I want to improve my techic skills and hope to get some helpful input and comments
Last edited by Fayve; June 12th, 2009 at 08:33 AM.
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The problem that stands out to me is on the second piece, her proportions are off.
Her lower leg and foot dont seem large enough to be proportionate...
Keep up the good work though!
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June 13th, 2009 #3
Yes, you are right. I had some problems with proportion of the lower leg because of the shortening.
June 13th, 2009 #4
more stuff, critic is welcome
June 14th, 2009 #5
new day new stuff
new day new stuff
June 14th, 2009 #6
The Tree-Guy is year old and I´m not sure how to finish it
there is one possible solution below: someone wants to cut the tree
Another solution is fight like the lord of the rings
also possible a big creature that is blowing strongly against the tree
June 16th, 2009 #7
The first one shows a collage overpainted with gouache - Size is A4.
Then I decided to do a bigger version with acrylics - Size is a little bit bigger than a2. Here you can see the steps of work.
Im not happy with the finished result - maybe I was unfocused sometimes.
June 18th, 2009 #8
-new archictecture drawing
-new landscape doodle
June 18th, 2009 #9
Good first page for your sketchbook!
Keep it up -Omerta
sketchbook updated October 6th
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June 19th, 2009 #10
-Thanks for comment OmertA
speedpainting in PS
June 26th, 2009 #11
June 26th, 2009 #12
you should work in this way, the other drawings are not of this level.
clap clap for this sketch.
euh my blog of course.
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June 26th, 2009 #13
Some of your drawings are quite nice, like the tree-man and the one Gax reposted. They show patience and grace. Your other drawings and especially your paintings feel a bit rushed. Take some time to work on your paintings and see what you can put together when you set your mind to it; not everything has to be a speedpainting.
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