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Great rendering studies on the previous page!
Its really good skin coloring practice, I see.
lol at their eyes.
The last proportion study with the picture looks a bit too enlongated, I too have problems with proportions, but I think it's because ideally the human body standing upright is 8 heads tall, but since this guy is spreading the legs and squashing on on side he shouldn't be exactly 8 heads tall, but the proportions should still be there...hmm it's hard to explain D: maybe someone with more knowledge of proportions could come and clarify.
Anyways keep up the great work!
I like your art
-Especially the way you work with lines!
Nice mix of studies in your Sb except there are no still lives - they do help. Keep up the good work.
Voodoo_Mama thanks!! I totally understand what youre saying, thanks. Ye, I normally just finish and never double check, a bad habit of mine Thanks for pointing it out
Trixtar Oh thanks!!
Black Spot Thank you, ahh still life!? They hate me D: I'll try to make some still life! Thanks for the advice
Question : How do you folks do photo studies on the PC? Do you have to cram everything on the one screen with photoshop like I do? D:
I put the photo next to the program I'm using, just change the shape of the window to fit. I like the flower studies - now put a pot next to your screen and draw them.
Black Spot Thanks, but wouldnt your photoshop be all crammed up? Thank you, I couldnt find a vase, but heres an antipersperant, hope that'll do
A 40 min still life, spend most of my time trying to get the shape and colours right... I really suck at this D: I promise to spend more time on my next still life!!
Good start on the still lives. I have a wide monitor so it doesn't feel that cramped; I also use PhotoPlus not Photoshop - different layout.
Lots of good works mate! thanks for visiting my place. It's a fantastic imaginative SB here. So much inspiration. Great theme! Wait to see more.
"The fulfillment of oneself is achieved with victory over their challenges"
haha i like disco bobba fett!
sb most art copied to page 1
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Lucarky Thanks thanks!
Velocity Kendall Haha, thank you
Trying to step out of my comfort zone...a really small step...
really nice work. I particularly like the camel piece, oh and the last one. more like that please. awesome colours.
your sb is quite inspiring
and im loving the last painting
keep up the good work
crisimikiwiki Haha, thank you thank you! I'll try
The weed chewing camel looks pretty cool.
On the landscape - where is the light coming from? I haven't a clue. Back to still lives I think.
So how do you peeps go about on texts in still life?
Some photos of my sketchbook that should be burnt before it lays eggs XD
Naaaww now it laid eggs! D:
MY EYES!!!!!!! MY BEAUTIFUL EYES!!!!!!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABX5TwQFPfk
Just kidding . Great improvements! You completely won me over with the boba fett image, boba fett + hitman = awesome. Hope you don't mind if I steal your study technique of drawing skulls and muscle into photos.
"A man chooses. A slave obeys."
Mrkolsyrad: Oh my! Haha, thank you
Diggin your studies and designs. That Boba fet is ace!
Hello, I like the progress that you have made over the years. But there is one thing that you need to know. Lose the ''Omg lol I suck!" attitude that you seem to pull out sometimes. It's unprofessional and nobody expects you to say something like that. Yes it's maybe not the Mona Lisa but see every piece that you make as another step to being a good artist. You don't have to create the best artwork in the world every time. And we expect to see progress here not somebody who is (probably) insecure about their work. I hope you understand this. Great job by the way.
Miqoten: Thanks for the feedback! Ah, yes, my insecurities often gets the best of me and I apologize for that. I'll try my very best to overcome this bad habit of mine . Thanks!
And for my first step of overcoming this:
Here's some more moderately awesome sketches! (Baby steps!Baby steps!)
Thanks for dropping by
Hahah good good. Remember that you don't have to force things, but it sure is better. Maybe you could tell us what you've learned from that exercise. And when you made something that you are truly proud of, then tell us that. Just some advice, you don't have to do anything with it if you want.