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October 4th, 2009 #1
twan learns to draw
Hi everybody, I created a new thread to show you my stuff ^^
I'm twan, I started this thread when i was 15, now i'm 17 aand .... that's all ^^
So my new goal is to be able to draw from mind portrait with pencil or computer ( eg: speed painting )
thus I spent the last week drawing and painting on my tablet, this is the result:
and some studies with ref :
please advice me ^^
Last edited by Twan; August 20th, 2011 at 06:45 PM.
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October 7th, 2009 #3
Thanks you GweNdz
faces from imagination and other faces with refs drawn in 3/4 minutes:
to finish, life drawing, sorry for the quality but I cannot scan such large drawing ( 50 X 65 cm)
please critic or advice me, need to be motivate!
Last edited by Twan; October 7th, 2009 at 06:08 PM.
October 7th, 2009 #4
nice work, i enjoy your figures the most i think a good next step would be to start mixing and applying the colors you see with Acrylics. hope to see more soon !
"Poor is the pupil who does not surpass his master
October 10th, 2009 #5
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Great start! You're 15!!!??? Keep this up and you'll be a pro by the time your 20! Threads like this make me wish I started earlier, and make me push harder now. Good start!! More
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October 11th, 2009 #9
thanks you all, so I started to draw males head
1 hour for those one:
and for the next, I spent only 45 mins because I just love the render, It was fun
and now heads from mind, oh it's fucking hard, can someone correct my line ? Or just tell me what's wrong and advice me
the next day I'll study loomis, bridgman, norman rockwell and kevin kchen because someone advice me to study masters drawing ^^
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October 18th, 2009 #14
*Slowly claps with jealousy*
I wish I had your drive at your age dude keep it up. When drawing from mind, just remember porportions, some of your eyes are way big (a problem of mine
Just google genreal face porportions if you dont know what they are, you get a good list.
my sketchbook is a work of art.
sorry that joke WAS horrible
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October 28th, 2009 #15
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Really nice studies in here i really like the guy in post#9 looks like heath ledger??? Keep going and you will be there in no time
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November 4th, 2009 #17
November 4th, 2009 #18
Be careful on the jawlines. Men have jawline's close to the ear, women's are further down. Make sure the soften the features on women, and pay attention to the differences between the sexes. You're doing good.
Spend a little more time on your studies and get the most out of them. It looks like you're rushing some of them.
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November 4th, 2009 #19
Great eye for shadow shapes, which explains the solid likeness in these portraits
keep it up
dont stop man!!
its fun here
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November 22nd, 2009 #20
December 20th, 2009 #21
hey guys! I haven't posted her for a while (1 months), I was busy but now I can draw all my days,
I found my line was one of my worst problem. Indeed it give a negative image to my drawings, because it's dirty and too rough. Moreover with a bad line, correct the line become really hard . I have difficulty to beautify and improve my line, any advices?
so yersterday I wanted to start over, create again a new thread but evenif find my old drawing too bad, it permit to see my improvement I think
so here stuff of yesterday and today:
some hands, lot of funs, I learned a lot
I think I have to draw more from mind but it's really hard damn
I'll begin to study anatomy in the nexts days !
have you got artist to advice me to study (except loomis, bridgman and kchen that i already know and who are awesome!) ?
December 22nd, 2009 #22
December 22nd, 2009 #23
hey very nice works here
December 22nd, 2009 #24
You have a really good touch with the pencil and great dedication, especially for someone your age.
One thing to work on...keep an eye on your proportions when you are working from life or from photos. I notice that many of your referenced drawings are showing some measuring errors. Practice sight measuring and triangulation and really get those relative distances down, and your work will soar to a whole new level.
Keep at it!
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Damn you are motivated!
Keep drawing, keep drawing!
December 23rd, 2009 #26
thanks for the advice MephistoLV, I'll try to do it!
here a failed attempt to paint an apple, it sucks, it's realy hard to make realistic painting...
and some anatomy studies, I've drawn so slowly for those one, I can't believe it ( around 3hours I guess) but I do not want to make low quality stuff, that why I spend so much time. Need to draw faster
December 24th, 2009 #27
So today I decides to study arms!
first some bridgman's and hogarth's studies:
then I study my dad's arm, which was fun eventhough there was no light source, thus no shadow and light could be render and it more difficult to see volume:
to finish I tried to apply what I've just leanerd, I draw from mind, which is no so easy!
I think I should study shoulders ^^
and to all have a very good christmass, cheers ( so I won't post tomorow obviously)
Last edited by Twan; December 24th, 2009 at 05:32 PM.
December 26th, 2009 #28
Hi Twan, thanks for having a look at my sketchbook! Yours is nice as well. Good that you do so many head-/anatomy-studies. I think working more with reference will help you; so do more still-lives. I also had a look at your SP-thread: try out various techniques for SP (watercolor works well, because it is fast; or digital).
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December 30th, 2009 #30
Your Anatomy and the drawings from your mind are good. You can transfer the things you learn by studying fast to your imaginational drawing.
Keep going Are the Heads in your last post from imagination too?