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June 21st, 2009 #1
A few shots of Cuervo...
Figured I'd start a Sketchbook on 'ere in order to get my arse into motion over the summer so ... tadaa...
Last edited by Cuervo; August 11th, 2009 at 11:09 AM.
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Everything looks great and the caricature is frighteningly startling and well done to boot! Nice work!
The piledump of sketches
row row rowing my boat.
June 22nd, 2009 #3
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June 22nd, 2009 #4
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June 22nd, 2009 #6
Hey there !
Pirate guy looks cool and the lady above him, too.
The "warmup" picture is interesting, too, but I'd probably a bit more consequent with the line work, because the outlines look really cluttered. Maybe you should show us some pencil sketches ? I'd really like that.
Keep up the good work ! I would love to see more !
June 22nd, 2009 #7
June 22nd, 2009 #8
- not much for today, just a quick play around with some splatter brushes i found.. 30 mins...
June 23rd, 2009 #9
Hi SSG friend! You've got a nice start. As mentioned the line quality of the warm up poses are abit feathery. The only real way to improve this is to draw a lot, from life preferably.
I can also recommend setting up a sketch schedule / routine, like:
1 page posemaniacs for warm up
1 still life drawing of a random object from your desk/room
1 page of studies from Loomis, bridgeman, kchen etc.
June 23rd, 2009 #10
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June 24th, 2009 #12C'est la vie
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Good stuff so far. One thing I tell a lot of people though, even when it comes to studies is to not "force the issue". Learn to relax, and draw with confidence. Don't worry about messing up, cause you learned something, and just move on after you're finished. You can tell when someone starts getting too conservative about what they draw and things tend to look stiff.
Last edited by Costau D; June 24th, 2009 at 01:18 PM.
June 25th, 2009 #13
Cheers for the responses guys, keep'em comin aye
@Braintree - i had a go at what you said... ill upload the scans tomorrow
@RoboMonkey- cheers mate, appriciate it
@Ook- now that you point it out im going to have to fix it, lol, its buggin me cheers
@Costau - Took the advice.. got myself a brew and had a go at a speedpaint... loose and relaxed
-5 min Bod study
-Speedpaint of soldier. proportions are a bit off and the lighting is buggered but good enough for a speedy lol