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January 24th, 2010 #1
Scimok's sketchbook! Updated often!
Hello. I'm Scimok. I am 16 (17 now) and from Britain.
I have been trying to improve at drawing for 7 or 8 months, but prior to now haven't really felt confident enough to make a sketchbook here. I've been doing Bridgman studies for a while and more recently I have been reading Andrew Loomis' books.
To start, I'll post some relatively recent master studies, anatomy studies, drawings and a digital painting of my computer desk.
Critique is very much welcome and wanted! I'll post as often as I can!
Edit: Original images from this post in second post.
Last edited by Scimok; April 14th, 2010 at 04:02 PM.
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January 27th, 2010 #3
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January 27th, 2010 #4
Good start, keep those anatomy studies coming.
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January 28th, 2010 #5
Pixie Trick: Thank you, I certainly will try to!
The Exon: I'll try to! Here are some more, in fact!
Some anatomy studies from Bridgman and Bammes, a few doodles and a pretty quick robot I painted yesterday from my imagination that looks odd (I need more practice painting machines, and more with perspective as well!).
January 28th, 2010 #6
Those environment sketches are looking nice. Keep it up.
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January 28th, 2010 #7
cool figure work man, I like your sketches, keep drawing!
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January 29th, 2010 #8Tattoo Artist
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Great start here, keep up with the anatomy studies i can definitely see improvement the more you do them. Keep up the good work.
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January 29th, 2010 #9
xbrianx: Thanks, I'll certainly be doing more environmental studies. They're far more relaxing to me than painting people.
CocaTertoka: Thank you very much. I will!
Icedearth15876: Glad to see they're helping me! Thank you very much!
Only two images today. Some arm studies from Bammes and a drawing I did to see how much, if anything, I've learned from my studies.
January 30th, 2010 #10
Some good work you are doing here!
I really like the arm studies, the little bit of grey tone you added gives them some nice depth!
Thanks for the post on my sketchbook. Keep up the good work, I want to see more!
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January 30th, 2010 #11
Oh, cool start! I particularly like the study of the desert.
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good studies i cansee the hard work.
i like that first still life too.
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February 1st, 2010 #13
Greyskill: Thanks, I was hoping the grey would have that effect.
Inishmore: Thank you very much, out of the three that's my favourite, too.
HTML rulez d00d: Thank you very much, I should get back to doing more
painting from life.
Two quick things today. What is possibly the world's worst Rembrandt study (I am certain I could do better with more time and effort. I will reattempt this when time is not constrained) and a quick drawing to test a pose. It's supposed to be of a man holding a cigarette, it turned out more effeminate than I had hoped, which I am sure is due to the positioning of the hip and hand.
Last edited by Scimok; February 4th, 2010 at 05:42 PM.