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    Sketchbook of DOOOM... learning to draw.

    Hello,

    Thanks for checking out my sketchbook. I appreciate all criticism, feedback, support, etc. I'm 23 and I've been drawing consistently for about 3 years now + the time I spent messing around as a kid drawing street sharks or any other scribble that could have a lazer gun strapped to it. My goal is to improve as much as I can and CA seems like a great place to foster that spirit.


    Enjoy!
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    Heres a few WIPs
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    some really cool stuff here man, i like your designs, very gritty. keep it up!
    MY SKETCHBOOK!
    Some Sketchbooks you should check out! --->
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    Yep i second NickyBeats cool characters and some lovely inks too keep at it this time you have talent!!


    The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all art and science.
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    You have plenty of talent. I love the guy with the shield and the chainsaw on his back. Looks like he's just having one hell of a day

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    Thanks for the comments guys. I worked on it some more and stopped at this. I think I like how it came out but ill probably still mess with it a bit.

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    I love the last one.Keep it up man.

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    congratulations the last one is pretty good.

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    @karikaertan: Thanks man, hopefully there will be more to come.

    @andres333: Thanks for checking it out, I appreciate it.

    Heres some life drawing practice I did over the past few days. I need to do this kind of thing more often, its great practice. There were some things I couldnt get right, but overall it was a good exercise and something to improve on.

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    Hey, hows everyone doing?

    I woke up this morning and did a few arm studies from Bridgman for the first time. I definitely need to do more of these cause its great practice and I've never really done it before... gotta improve!!

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    Hey, I've been making myself do some studies over the past few days and these are a few examples. I read a couple bridgman books as well as Successful Drawing by Loomis and I tried to incorporate some of their ideas into these... must improve!
    Last edited by Maunty; November 4th, 2009 at 01:09 AM.

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    Heres a WIP from tonight that started from a sketch I liked. The face will be redone and I still need to finish up his right arm and legs + enviro. Hopefully it comes out well, I like it so far. Please let me know if there are obvious things that need fixing other than what i've listed.

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    really positive start! defo want to see more i like your style!

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    great stuff man. I like your lines. You have a very graphic style that uses a great spotted blacks. I also really enjoy your concepts. I would continue to study anatomy. The few that you have are pretty good. Get out and draw from life, that will really build up your ability. Check out these links.
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...593#post839593
    http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?t=297229
    http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthre...f=199&t=298699
    Keep it up. You are doing great.

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    Dr poPcoRN: Thanks for checking it out and there will definitely be more

    IronFistGoon: Thanks for those links, thats some really good info. I try to draw people when i get the chance and I'll have to get around to it more often now that I've been reading up on anatomy a lot. Thanks for the encouragement, I appreciate it.

    Heres where I'm at on the WIP I posted last. I think I'm pretty much done for now although I know theres plenty of room for improvement. Feel free to tear it apart, I wont mind
    Last edited by Maunty; November 15th, 2009 at 12:18 AM.

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