ı am new in conceptart.org.I want to improve myself(sorry my bad english ) ı am customer representative in a bank.I live in Turkey/Istanbul.My hobby for this study ı'm not professional I am wonder intricacies of this business.I hope you'll like my amateur work.too
I installed looking for good
Last edited by karantina; June 15th, 2011 at 06:50 AM.
Baya bir çalışma yüklemişsin.
Açık konuşucam, bence dijital ortama fazla erken girdin.
Tekrardan kağıt kaleme dönüp bol bol referanslı çizmeni tavsiye ediyorum, sonra yapabilirsen biraz geleneksel boyama yapman da iyi olabilir, en azından sulu boya veya pastel.
Bunlarda daha iyi olduktan sonra dijital boyaya dönmen iyi olabilir.
Çalışmalarının devamında başarlılar dilerim, kolay gelsin
Good to see that that you do studies. One thing i noticed is that in many of your portraits of the girls with half of their faces covered with hair you tend to paint the visible eye too large and misplaced. sketching a full shape of the head with all featured placed (even if only roughly) first, and then adding hair on top should help solve that.
And study more anatomy.
Oh and I just noticed, after looking again at Your images, that what makes them read .. well.. not quite right, is the bluriness. Try using hard-edged brushes.
It doesn't cost You much to leave a comment in my sketchbook, and it can help me a lot.
I'm not good so I'm no authority, but as a rule of thumb, don't follow deviantart tutorials. Check some good books instead, like Loomis, Bridgman, etc. Or get some conceptart.org videos
Also, try to work from reference or even better from life for now. Until you are really great at drawing, you shouldn't be relying in your imagination. So use reference, do studies, draw draw draw and post here. Draw more and paint less for now. Learn line and value first and foremost.
Take your reference and add, substract, repeat, mix with more reference, etc, to produce your own work. But dont do it out of your head or it will look worse, you'll reafirm bad habits, and hinder your learning process. But dont take that too seriously, above all you need to be having fun drawing or you wont do it.
im impressed by how much your improving
really dig the posts #23 and #25
just keep study, do some life painting, study your favorite artists/old masters
also you should get your hands on some Bridgemen/loomis books you can find some free ones on the net. Just study them it will help your construction
have a good one looking forward to seeing your progress
till next time