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January 1st, 2010 #1
Cleverdarts sketchbook. (Now with some 3d)
Thanks for takeing the time to check out my sketchbook! Right now I am self teaching, so any crits are very welcome
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a small update, faces still give me a bit of trouble,
January 3rd, 2010 #3
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that hand in the second picture looks insane! keep it up!
January 3rd, 2010 #5
@buttkwark witch hand?
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January 4th, 2010 #6
another small update
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Yeah learning art can be hard without a formal education! Something I want to point out with regards to your faces is the proportions and structure. It looks like you are pasting facial features on without relating them to the underlying structure of the skill. For example in your older drawings you placed the eyes way too high up on the face and in one of the more recent drawing the chin is too long. I"m not sure if you heard about it, but there's a book by Andrew Loomis called "Drawing the Heads and Hands" which I discovered on this forum which explains drawing heads so you might want to look into it. In the meantime remember the structure of the skull influences the placement of the features on the face. It's kind of hard to give a critique since I have the same problem sometimes and I might be a bit confusing, but hopefully it helps in some way. Just keep drawing and learning and eventually it'll become easier.
January 4th, 2010 #8
Thanks Rickys! I did a quick skull study and saw a few things that I was doing wrong. Here are the results, I'll be doing more.
January 6th, 2010 #9
Another update, this one took me a while
January 7th, 2010 #10
I'd never thought I'd say something like this, but why not look at manga and assorted comics for some ideas on how the human body would be put together? Hell, 's what I did and I didn't turn out too badly, right?Amateur Artist. Professional Asshole.
Lookit the Pretty!
Rule #1 of depicting soldiers: KEEP THE DAMN FINGER OFF THE DAMN TRIGGER.
January 7th, 2010 #11
Well, the one above is done without refrence. I'm working on it again after posting a copy in the crits section of the website. The re-do should look much better.
February 22nd, 2010 #12
Hey! I have been neglecting my SB for a while,
今多いよ！ As you can see I need to learn how to render!
April 14th, 2010 #13
Another update. I might come back to this one and clean it up, but for now I'm going to move onto another project, kinda burnt out on this one for now.
April 15th, 2010 #14
Guess I'll post it anyway,
For reasons unknown, I decited to try my hand at 3d sculpt, Just because it looked fun really,
April 15th, 2010 #15
Interesting work on the "3D" gun , especially the one at the bottom right.
For anatomy and bodies, I'd say that it's better to concentrate on the lines first: don't try to put directly colors, usually it takes time, and you focus less on the lines.
First of all, work the anatomy, the lines, and when you think you're good enough with that and don't do too many mistakes, you can start thinking about the color. You'll see, it will be easier.
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