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November 24th, 2010 #53
Thanks everyone. Can't really work on my art right now with so much going on but hopefully I'll have weekly updates soon. [maybe even daily]
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December 4th, 2010 #55
This was the Ashley portrait i did i while ago. Think i improved a lot digitally due to this one but so far it is only a WIP so it must be pushed to be better.
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December 4th, 2010 #56
the last post looks good for a short time
keep it up
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December 7th, 2010 #57
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December 15th, 2010 #58
good to see you doing so many studies. You attracted lots of good advice allready. One from me, to improve your lines and perspective, start using grids when sketching. Just a few low opacity line in the background should help you a lot. Also, use a ruler too occasionally when sketching. Get used to it. IT will come in handy.
A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didn´t come back.
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December 18th, 2010 #59
You improved, but you have to start
studying values. Take a ball or box or
some object, and try to render it in grayscale.
Try to do more simpler value studies, before
you get to a full face painting.
December 29th, 2010 #60
hi.. thanks for ur comment.. i notice in ur study's that ur lines are erm.. how u say it.. not well tought about.. lots of small lines..
try too think more about the line u gonna put on the papper.. remember drawing isn't just putting lines on a paper.. u have too think about them first..
keep it comin..
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January 1st, 2011 #61Registered User
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Your graphic design work and photos are very good. You need more drawing experience though. Try doing more than just copying from Bridgeman and study what he says as well as what other artists say about bones and muscles and how they connect and the planes of the form, etc.
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January 11th, 2011 #62
nice start to your SB. I'd love to see you do a landscape, I noticed you said you would like some tips on landscapes. It's kinda hard to just list tips out of the blue, try spending at least 2 hours on a landscape then post it and we can give you some tips. Other than that, just keep up the studies!
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January 24th, 2011 #63
Thanks everyone for the advice and tips. I just started Drawing and Perspective classes and learned some new ways of looking at things. Chances are i wont be active if you havn't noticed by now for a bit though i plan to update and attempt to look at others stuff when i get free time. [just learned how to use Negative and Positive spaces. Sorta lame i didn't know about it]
January 25th, 2011 #64
March 30th, 2011 #65
A show of progress to alert everyone i'm not dead but busy. Starting to work on a gaming project and unlike my other attempt this one has a stronger footing for what i want to do and ideas written down and research started on it. Enjoy the self portrait i did. Lemur head should be bigger and i am going to work on this more and update this with the progress seeing as my face in shadow [the front of my face] Should be darker and the highlights should not be white. Also Lemur is not properly shaded.