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    Sandalwood's sketchbook

    Hi everybody. So I'm just registered here and, since I really need to improve my anatomy drawing skills, I've decided to create a sketchbook. Critiques are welcome
    Photo reference: Ashke Forest 31 and Ashke Forest 23 by Falln-Stock.
    Last edited by sandalwood; July 21st, 2009 at 12:14 PM.
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    Clean line work! How about some shading in your next one?
    Keep it up! This is a good start
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    Well man pretty good
    nice line, try to post more drawings

    check out my post, f@ck i don't even know how to post a link
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=163710
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    Second batch As jackpot_anjr90 suggested, I've tried some basic shading in some of them
    Photo references: Back study by Watchstock, Triangle arms and Hands to leg by Justmeina.
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    Pencil drawing of a character from Shadowrun novels. I'll add more details to itlater.
    Photo reference: Sailor Sakky with AK47 by SenshiStock.
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    nice line work..im just atartin out too
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    i just started here too. i like that last one with the rifle the most. keep at it that way and you will improve. try to use references alot. always works for me... not that im this good...yet. (sry for the bad spelling)
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    Hey Sandalwood, welcome to CA.org gratz on making a sketchbook!
    I like your lines, they're really clean. However, you're focusing on what they look like - as in contours, not form. Such as, what's beneathe the skin.
    I think if you took that focus, and worked on learning about the bones, the muscles, how they work and connect, you'd get a better understanding of the human form, and in turn how to draw it.

    Nice work so far. Keep going!

    -ephelea
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