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September 18th, 2009 #1
Come on people kick my ass!!!!
hi folks i'm akshay aka. ACE from india..im a 19 year old amateur artist.I have been drawing since my childhood and i have no education in arts and totally learnt everything from reading books and surfing on net..so these are some of my creations..any critics and helpful advices are most welcome...
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Your factory sketch actually is good. Perspective almost right and colors match good. I guess you need more depth and texture in it. Best decision would be drawing your surrounding environment. Good luck to you )
September 18th, 2009 #5
thanks for posting seraph..yeah i have been havin problems in drawing perspective.now i'll practice more in drawing environments.
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Nice start ACE, maybe try not to pull attention to your skill level, especially in a negative manner, titling yourself as a ''noob'' won't do you any good, just accept your skill level and think nothing of it, work hard and you'll do fine. Best of luck to ya.
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Great work so far, the dragon and the eye are by far the best. You are greatly improving I can't wait to see more. Keep up the good work.
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September 19th, 2009 #9
It would be nice if you did some studies)
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September 19th, 2009 #10
IZER-yeah may be i shoudn't have had called myself a noob and i will work harder..thanks for posting...
Verehin-yeah i would have gone to art school but there are no good art schools in my city and those who are good are really expensive and i cant afford to go there so i prefered to learn from books.....thanks for posting
October 8th, 2009 #11
posting after long time..........
oils from painter...
October 9th, 2009 #12
basic proportion study
October 9th, 2009 #13
your values are lookin pretty descent. Try using some warmer color in the highlights instead of just plain white. Otherwise it tends to get a little chalky. Keep it up!
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oh, you are getting better! i love looking trough sketchbooks and see how fast and well some people improve! admirable i want more ^__^
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October 21st, 2009 #20
oops im sorry.............
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there is a tutorial section at conceptart.org
you should check it out, theres all you need to get better. study it!
then people might give you some useful crits towards your learning practice. also u might point out where you want to go with your art so at least i could make some suggstions.
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November 3rd, 2009 #22
Thanks for the visit to my sketchbook.
A lot of work in here. Very good.
If I were you I'd begin to study how the large volumes of the body (head/chest/pelvis/legs) turn in space and relate to one another.
The easiest way to do this is to draw them as cubes and boxes.
The reason? So you can get a feel for their three dimensions in a simplified form. That will make it easier for you to do that when you begin making the figure more and more complicated.
Basically, start very simple. Bridgman's books are excellent.
I would hold off on anatomy until you've done some of those. Doing anatomy now would be like laying new carpet before the floor was swept.
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November 4th, 2009 #23
P SAGE - thanks for the advice man i'll definetly do that....thank you again
i did this one for a competetion...........
November 7th, 2009 #24
back with some studies from the old master rembrandt's painting's...............
copying those paintings was really hard and i couldn't able to match them 100% but still i learnt a lot from it..................
November 8th, 2009 #25
nice job dude really awsm work keep it up
November 9th, 2009 #26
kya baat hai maza aa gya (saurabh)
November 14th, 2009 #27
another copy of rembrandt...............
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March 20th, 2010 #29
posting after a really long time (more than 4 months) i've been practicing a lot nowadays...and i dont actually have anyone to comment or criticize my work so i actually didnt had any idea if im going on the right direction or not so this is my HUMBLE REQUEST to any one who is seeing this sb to CRITICIZE my work HARSHLY thank you!!
this is some of my work i created for my portfolio and some digital sketches...
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+1 ass kick.
Keep posting, that digital painting of the baby and the doctor is looking good, nice idea.. Also great master studies, on those last drawings, I think that even some more darker values in some places would make it look a little better, or just adjust contrast in photoshop, and see if you like it. You should maybe also try out charcoal, maybe you'll like it.
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