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    richie's sketchbook: now with real sketches

    Hi everyone thanks for dropping by
    Im a 3d games animator by day and a wannabe artist.
    Ive been lurking here for many years and have finally decided to give a sketchbook it a shot. So heres my go at learning to draw hopefully ending with me being able to create my own illustrations.

    Crits and any advice more than welcome

    try at 60 second gesture drawing from the tv show so you think you can dance,
    last page was me trying my own gestures

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    more getures

    more 60second getures this time from a strkeforce mma match
    last page are gestures from imagination

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    cafe sketches

    and lastly cafe sketches.
    I plan on doing some anatomy studies for todays next upload.
    any crits and advice welcome

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    todays round of gestures, the last page from imagination.
    and a study on the trunk of the body since i noticed im cutting short in my gesture drawings.

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    your gestures have so much energy! really nice stuff so far.

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    I admire the gestures, as they are rendered fluidly, smooth and quick. That really develops your eyes as an artist. Well done. But don't be afraid to render stuff from your imagination once in awhile, it'll suck to have perfect form and not being able to imagine interesting subjects.

    Don't be a wannabe artist...be a artist and believe it.

    I'm out to conquer the world equipped with a pencil, digital paint and a Sketchbook
    and when I do achieve that goal...I'll conquer the moon too


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    "Use the ability you already have, and use it, and use it, and make it develop itself."-Robert Henri
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    @rocketcandy thanks for the first response here!
    @Sanakris, yep i have to keep stepping out of my comfort zone if i want to develop. Im going to do a round of anatomy studies first then once i do a pass, I`ll join up the CHOW and the other activities.

    have been ill the past few days so heres what i got:

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    hands study from loomis and bridgeman 100 hands

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    nice going richie!! keep em coming!!

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    Hi all,
    Back to work for the past week, so slowed down a lot!
    got to pick up the pace
    heres the latest round from vilupu dvds
    got the head and feet to do then im moving over to more active learning by using echoches like the ones on http://www.reybustos.com/03ra/ra.html

    richie

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    Nice sketchbook Richie.
    Those poses are rockin dude Those Vilppu dvds are a great way to learn in your free time. I've went through them a while back, not all of them, there are many.lol. I should really watch them over. Anyway, keep posting, these are looking good

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    excellent work and discipline

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