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    Icon Licking The Sky Blue::: (Dec 15)

    What up
    The names Savion

    I live in LA been doing art since i could hold a pen or pencil love art to death and looking forward to transferring to a Art college and becoming a great artist in all fields.


    So let the Drawing Begin.
    *NEW STUFF *l

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    its good to see that your already studying what the masters did. make sure you keep this up as well as drawing from life as much as possible. another thing, learn perspective, it can be a bit of a pain in the ass but regardless of what you do, perspective will play a role, even if its a minor role. overall, good job and keep up the hard work. oh, here is an exercise that one of my instructors would have us do, a 100 sketches a week. one week would be hands, then feet, then heads and etc. then once you finish with the body parts, we moved on to doing a 100 nude men, 100 nude women (all shapes, sizes and ages{age is a bit a hard to do} then we would do a 100 clothed figures. 100 men and a 100 women (all shapes, sizes and ages) ... best of luck

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    BDxCrazyazian: Thanks i do need to study perspective a lot more and yea it is a pain to get right.Bet thanks i'm glad you like some of my work and yea i do need to get own my Life drawing sketches ^_^

    Here's another




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    Heres a few more drawing i did before i go to work :

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    I like your hand sketches. I've never seen hands drawn in that sort of position before! But I think the first and middle finger of the hand on the right should be just a little bit longer?

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    These are all really good sketches. You have great shading and contrast and a good understanding of faces (Especially noses) that second hand has it's outer two fingers stretched too far and the wrist up too high, I think.
    It's good to work hard on your sketches but try making lots of quick ones too, because each one teaches you something.\
    Keep working hard, your work so far is really good.

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    Nice work! A tip I can give you is to use less line and more shading. That'll help to keep your drawings from appearing too flat. Keep it up!

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    Trisscar:Yea you got the same reaction i got when i sketch them out.I was like damn those are pretty nice and the hands are from a random site i look up.

    MoKhi:Thanks for the tip ill get on those quick sketches as soon as possible(everyone tho i sick at that) LOL.Bet practices makes perfect.

    jackpot_anjr90:Glad you like them man and yea i do need to do less line and lot more shading thanks!!



    By the way
    Damn my feet hurt!!!!

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    lovin' the noses with the last sketch man, keep it up!

    Joshua A. Davis


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    Thanks John!!

    Heres some Oil paintings the first ever in my life never try it before it was fun tho
    Also a little kitty cat pose ^)^ lol

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    WOW it's (7/30/09) ready...

    Damn I have not posted in a little bit been busy working (Which is boring) bet that's work right ? anyways school will start soon which means a lot more art being posted so stay tune

    Here a oil i did a few days ago

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    (7/30/09)

    Here a few more drawings i did on my day off on Saturday at the time i was feeling great the juices were flowing.

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    Nice figures, that is something I need to do more of.

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    FightingFailure : Thanks glad you like it .Bet yea i need to do more figures myself been pretty lazy.

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    (8/2/09)
    Hello again
    Been studying and all that good stuff got a couple of sketchs also a painting i will pot when done so stick around fellow
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    Hello there beings.

    Here are some head studies and some figure studies(Finally got around to some) i been doing just a few minutes ago and very soon i will be shelling out a lot more today.

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    8/7/09


    This a small update.

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    Damn
    Once again, i have not posted in a while been pretty busy bet.I got some weird watercolors(Later on) and some sketches/drawing's to show.


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    Hi You seem to be on a good way because I see you do a lot of studies. That's always a good thing and the best you can do to become better. Always watch the proportions and if you draw something from imagination maybe check it later and compare it with some reference-photos. This last portrait for example could be fixed easily when you take a closer look at the ref. It's hard at the beginning but become more and more easy you'll see, just keep it up!

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    GunTrouver:Thanks.....Yea your are right my proportions are little off(Ok a lot) sometimes i can get them done and some times not bet.Ill be sure to work on those and my arch enemy perspective's.Lol

    Here are those Watercolor's

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    Here's a quick one i am doing as of now not done yet.



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    Here's a quick little step by step drawing i am doing at the moment(WIP)
    enjoy.

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    Good to see alot of studies and sketches.

    One consistant weak area for you is your foreheads - too short/small.
    The average face (rough guide) has it's eyeline at approx. half way. Yours are consistantly about 2/3 high. This is really distorting some of the faces.

    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

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    SEVANS: Thanks alot.....for the pointer never saw it that way.I should study more forehead's and Eye line placement and size because i kind of wing it from time to time.Mostly from being lazy half the time i map out the face and not really the forehead and eye line.



    GOES TO STUDY>>>

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    Hey, thanks for visiting my SB
    Normally I use russian watercolours, the ones I have are called "White Nights". And I have also some older cheap ones from "Pelikan" which I think is only known in germany. They make office stuff and some drawing and painting things also, but nothing really professional. In the moment I think about to buy some new watercolours to try something different...

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    GunTrouver: No problem man,Yea i never seen those kind of watercolor they look nice.

    Here is the sketch from yesterday half way done.

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    Posting time!

    Here a few studies i did today.Hopefully i can got more studies in here and stop being lazy.lol

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    Been a while i see.

    Good thing i have a good reason,because i just got my books by Andrew Loomis till waiting on my other books.Love the book so far great stuff in there very help full and a good read.Studying from it heavily bet only got a few sketch studies in.

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    Good job so far. The WIP of the abs and the Andrew Loomis stuff are especially nice. Keep it up.

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    Thank's alot Riddimensaur for stopping bye...!!!

    Glade you like it.

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