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You are definitely doing the right things,
you just need to do much more out of them.
The proportions and limb size will come to
its right measure after some experience.
Keep up the studies man
if you dont already you should study up on some bridgeman
have a good one
sketchbook updated October 6th
This is some Awesome stuff coming along here. i have to say, I admire the effort your putting into learning better anatomy, it's something that everyone has to go through and it can take a long time to become an "expert." Liking the creature designs and the lighting and shdows used in the digital painting of the apple near the top. I also like the torso studies, you can see a lot of thinking behind your drawing. My only suggestion would to do what i'm sure others have said, go outside and draw or just draw from real life reference a little more. Even though eventually you may draw something entirely fictional, you'd be suprised how much of each design is taken from the real word and modified with our imagination. Keep going mate, i'll keep an eye on your sketchbook! :]
yesssssss, you're working on the right things here just do more of it. Also you've been doing a lot of single body parts but try to combine them all into a "long" figure drawing maybe it doesnt have to be too long just trying getting the forms down with some basic shading. Keep chugging along.
Check out my sketchbook and comment/crit while you're there =)
Thanks for dropping by my SB. By the way, have you noticed how faaaaaast are you improving man? Don´t know where you get the time but keep doing it!!!
More interested in learning than in defending....
Really like your anatomy and the apple study-picture! Awesome work! Keep it up!
3d/2d Portfolio: www.oscarottosson.se
My sketchbook: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=235236
Hey Gautham Good to have you back!
The face studies you've done were coming out real well, especially #42.. Your gesture drawings are improving with each post too, these have more volume than the previous ones.. O and here's one more gesture drawing tool, unlike posemaniacs, this uses photos instead of a 3d model..
Pixelovely's Gesture Drawing Tool
Keep drawing! You're being watched
Hello! I'm trying to improve my artwork and I really could use your critique - S k e t c h b o o k
Great work! I see you're now in Bangalore- why don't you try and join the dudes at PencilJam and meetup with them every week if possible for the jam sessions? They're loads of fun, and you get to talk to people who're actually interested in drawing. Used to enjoy going for the sessions when I was at Bangalore, it actually encouraged me to go out and draw. And it was a big break from office work.
Don't bother looking at my sketchbook. I haven't updated that thing in years. :/
hey i like the gestures. some of the gestures have a lot of sense of movement while some are a little stiff.some are a little scribbly. i think you should take a little more time with the gestures rather than rushing it. i think catching forms in less times comes with practice. you are slowly getting there. keep working.. moarrr!
sense of purpose