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After lurking around, I decided to join. Please give me critics and instructions so I can improve. Thank you
Last edited by ketoprak; December 10th, 2009 at 05:35 PM.
Ugh, I have the urge to color this...
Okay....First of all Welcome to CA.org
To improve I definitively suggest you to scratch more the paper, work more on intention, and structure, leave color for later
keep it up
Takehiko Inoue's Vagabond.
Thank you for the opinions and directions. I appreciate them greatly.
Last edited by ketoprak; December 15th, 2009 at 10:59 PM.
You know how to render your b/w sketches. They're good. But i agree with andres that you have to work on your structure more. But do color if you like, there's no strict rule, but be balanced I'll be back when you updated more. Cheers!
Last edited by ketoprak; June 2nd, 2010 at 04:20 AM.
I'm a really big fan of Inoue Takehiko's work. Even though your work reminds me of his it's still got it's own twist. I really like how the eyes are larger than life but realistic in a way. Really awesome .
Ketoprak? Just like that Indonesian food?
Nice studies so far. I love your life-drawing!
Btw, can you teach me how to draw rose? I haven't been able to draw rose since I was a kid >.<
Anatomy kills me....I kept on drawing people in uncomfortable positions -___-
Please point out my mistakes and help me improve.
@BluezAce: Heh heh. Ketoprak is a nice dish.
Last edited by ketoprak; June 5th, 2010 at 04:00 AM.
You've got a really pretty and delicate style going, but I have to agree with what some others have said about structure. Some of the sketches don't show very good grasp of the body's forms, though it'll, imo, be a bit tricky to reconcile that with the flat paper-work like quality of your linework. Keep posting!
Your studies are improving, and it looks like you're practicing the right things.
I have to say I also agree with the others comments about structure. It's hard but you are drawing stuff with 3 dimensions, so you might want to practice getting that three-dimensional quality in your work. Not only through shading, but showing us the planes of the subject, just as you would a box in perspective.
I'll try to work on structure next
@zombifried: thank you. I'm learning as much as I can.
@equili_brium: thanks! I think I can keep this pace for a while.