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Thread: sharas.K SKETCHBOOK
November 28th, 2009 #1
Hello all, so im 21 years old student from Lithuania, unfortunately I'am studying drawing by my own... But I believe I will make progress with time. Starting this sketchbook to gain more knowledge and that maybe will be some reason to draw much more.
this one will try to colour I think
trying something in digital
Last edited by Sharas.K; November 27th, 2010 at 01:20 PM.
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need to draw more, some quick sketches here
and a portrait of a spanish girl, need more work on it, but Im just too tired now to finish it... Will leave it at that stage I think.
Last edited by Sharas.K; December 3rd, 2009 at 04:44 PM. Reason: updating sketchbook
January 18th, 2010 #3
bought some toned paper, really fun to sketch on it ;]
text in cloud - I'm watching you
January 18th, 2010 #4
portrait of denzel washington on a3 paper
March 13th, 2010 #5
some fresh work
other pictures will post later, need to back in to habit
March 19th, 2010 #6
I really need more anatomy studies. I think taking some anatomy book for artist or some goodies for drawing human figure. Sketches of my studies I'll post soon I think
no ref for this
March 23rd, 2010 #7
these are from reference, I found a site with interesting clothes dress ups photos in some ones sketchbook here on CA, site is hel-looks.com. so little studies from it.
Last one is from life, drawed it after dinner.
April 3rd, 2010 #8
Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook, Mr. K
I agree with you. You need to draw more.
Anatomy in particular. A book might help (but the only book I ever really used for this purpose was because it was homework,) photo reference also helps, but what you should really be doing is drawing from life.
Life drawing/figure drawing classes are great because you have a professional model posing for a long period. He or she will be naked, so you won't have to worry about clothing. The lighting would be set up to make things easier to see/render, and last but not least, you will have someone looking over your work and guiding you on the spot.
If you cannot afford such a class, or if there aren't any in your area, a friend willing to sit still for a while might be a second best, even with clothes on.
When you draw, you need to think about the 3 dimensional forms that the figure is built from, a sphere for the cranium, tubes for the limbs, a box for the hips.
May 12th, 2010 #9
thanx hamsta for stopping by, yes you right I need more study on anatomy. Well I bought a book "human anatomy atlas for artist", I think its pretty good for studying human body parts. Well now for life drawing classes I just don't have a time (writing my diploma work), but at summer I think to start draw a lot more, and take some drawing classes, maybe it will help for me to progress quicker.
Some figure drawings, first three is about 10-15min on each, last one took me about half an hour.
Last edited by Sharas.K; May 12th, 2010 at 03:19 PM.
August 5th, 2010 #10
Hey, so right now I'm far away from home, trying to earn some money, almost dont have a time for studies :/At the end of august will get back to home and I planning to start some sort of a drawing studies blog. Idea is to force myself to draw every, every day and post it there, no matter what it will be.
and that's a little update, to keep my ca sketchbook not so dull... last one is just a mind flow
September 11th, 2010 #11
little update ! sorry for bad quality, no scanner at the momment
this one with tutorial help from idrawgrirls.com
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