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October 3rd, 2010 #560
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October 3rd, 2010 #561
LAL Thank you for the draw over, it's making more sense to me. I will practice them this week. =)
Andres Thank you, yip, it's a grind but fun. Kind of like going through a meat grinder =)
Vatsel Yip yip =)
In a hurry.. sorry guys.. got to be up early tomorrow, keep well for now.
Self portrait... trying different ways to hold the pencil when hatching.
Watercolours... taking a break from studies.. otherwise we go crazy..
October 4th, 2010 #562
Hell-o. What's up buddy?
I can see strong things happening on these grounds.
You have the motivation,
you have the power
and I can see that
you have enough sketches to kill a dragon with,
there is nothing that can go wrong here.
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October 4th, 2010 #563
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October 6th, 2010 #564
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October 6th, 2010 #565Registered User
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hey man just a little advice i think i'd be great if you drew more lines to draw heads I mean there's nothing wrong with leaving the structure, remember we're LEARNING!!! (and we'll always will )
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October 6th, 2010 #566
nice, really these are great way to relax .
Btw the shapes u drew there i think help somehow.
try to improve your perspective at the same time
keep up the good work!!!
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October 6th, 2010 #567
Plissken You ROCk bro.. you just keep drawing like you want. Thank you kindly bro.. have an AWESOME DAY, it's on me. =)
Ricardo Robles Thank you bro, yip.. they are soo nice to mess about with, there are no obligations with watercolour.. it's a free for all.. Thank you bro.. you too.. I will be coming around soon.. have a wonderful day bro and keep well for now.
Andres Hey bro!! Long time bro.. welcome back.. yip.. I should leave some structure in (mind you.. I barely start with or use any structure.. I know this is bad.. people tell me that they hate me.. and they want to rub out my drawings and it is evil.. lol.. kidding..) mmm.. okay, we see.. no promises, but I will start to use construction maybe. =) Have a wonderful day bro.. keep up those drawings, I will be around again soon to see your works, so keep it up, even if it's on the bus, and you get wobbly and stuff. =?
Kostas! Thank you bro.. I'm happy that you like the exercises and relaxing things. Yip.. perspective is not so hot at the moment, it's all over the place.. We see, no overnight changes but yip.. got to keep going.. Have an AWESOME DAY bro, I will be around soon.. keep well for now. =)
Sorry guys.. haven't updated last few days.. seriously got to keep up.. this is so naughty on my part..
Everything is looking crappy lately.. sorry guys..
Imagination & Life..
October 6th, 2010 #568
cranking out a lot of hands I see. If you keep doing those you'll see improvement in no time.
Check out my sketchbook and comment/crit while you're there =)
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October 7th, 2010 #569
Thank you bro.. here is some progress with the hand (we have to make a hand in 3D for school).. so I did some hands from life first to warm up, then drew some contours over them too, although I used my own photo reference to model from.
Keep well everyone! =)
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October 8th, 2010 #570
Nice bunch of studies. The thing that's bothering me in those hand studies is that they look like there's no bone structure underneath. They're just a bunch of wavy lines. If you really want to improve your drawing ability my advise is to slow down with those figure studies and focus more on perspective and constructing simple forms in space. Once you get the basics you'll be able to draw anything. On that hand in 3d, take a good look at the proportions and the attachmentpoint of the thumb. Keep up the hard work buddy!
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October 8th, 2010 #571
the last hands looks far mores structured than the rest, but the rest had a flow quality that's good to keep.
your 3d hand is nicely done, good mesh. you could wteak some vertex to make it more natural posed.
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