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October 22nd, 2009 #1
ArrAy in being ArrAy's Sketchbook
Since this is my first post/thread, I think it is a good opportunity to introduce myself.
I'm 21 and from Germany/Hamburg. I'm attending an Design-related technical school to be able to study at the University for Applied Science Dep. Illustration.
I think i have a long way to go, to reach that kind of skill i wanted to have.
To make it short i'm looking foward to get some tips ,crits and some other useful Info and of course fun
Here I go^^
After long absence i honed my skill *hopefully* and will update my sketchbook with some highlights of the works i have done in my absence.
Further more i am now studying in my second semester mh what is it called in english i think some kind of industrial design?.. but i intend to switch to Illustration.
now to the updates.
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October 29th, 2009 #5
omg a saw some sketches i did 1 year ago, to think that i liked them >_>
quick sketch with PS of a sitting woman... well okay crude-drawn woman haha
here i go,... need
October 29th, 2009 #6
So far, your studies are good. I would recommend that you work on your digital colors a bit more.
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October 29th, 2009 #7
i think you should keep working on your anatomy and muscle studies, your figures seem alittle flat, so maybe some shading aswell?
nice sketchbook tho, keep it up!
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October 29th, 2009 #8
Your figures feel very 2 dimensional. I think it's because there is little or no foreshortening going on. If you take some time and construct your figures with cylinders, really thinking of the form as a 3D object, you might seem some improvements. There are tons of art books that illustrate how to do this.
I would also recommend drawing from real life as often as possible.
It looks like you have a lot of really good ideas! Keep up the good work! I can't wait to see more!
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October 29th, 2009 #9
Keep on working that anatomy. You should pick up some books by George Bridgman
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October 30th, 2009 #10
Looking good mate, keep up with the anatomy studies. Like your muscle studies a lot! What book are you using?
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October 30th, 2009 #11
Thanks for these nice tips i ll work hard to meet my (and your^^) expactation.
yochanan : It's a spanish book translated in german with the title "Dibujo de Anatomia Artistica" ~ "Draft of the Anatomy for Artists" i think in english"
Frittzell(Image) : yeah i think I ll do that, thanks
super skoda : I think that too. maybe adding some light skin-texture^^
clockworksnail : mh shading yes of course
FightingSeraph :yes i knew it, digital coloring is really my weak area like anatomy, have to work on that.
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October 30th, 2009 #13
some posemaniac stuff ive done
some have too weak lines for my scanner, next time i'll use a darker pencil