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Thread: My first sketchbook...
July 25th, 2010 #151
a doodle from tonight...
Thanks Lav! Yea I've just been busy with work so I haven't had much time to draw as much as I want.
Basically I've been learning more about web programming for my job. I've been teaching myself php but it's actually harder than I thought when you are trying to teach yourself. I ended up creating a basic e-mail form but now I'm trying to modify it and yet again I'm stuck and it's not working properly. lol. I'll try to work on it some more tomorrow.
Anyway, this is another doodle from tonight. I might revise some of it tomorrow.
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I decided to create a zengarden website for fun and to possibly add it to my portfolio. I ended up doodling isntead and I'm thinking of using doodles for the zengarden site. If you don't know what I'm talking about, you can go here
I notice I draw people in general in the same pose. I'm gonna start varying the poses more. See ya.
July 28th, 2010 #153
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August 16th, 2010 #157
I know this isn't a drawing (well obviously) but I thought it would be nice to show you what I do at my new job and show you the other skills I have. I basically design websites and e-mail blasts. This is an e-mail ad I created at work today.
I particularly like how this ad came out. I used html and css to create this.
I am still drawing so don't give up on me. I just thought it would be nice to show you some more of my graphic design work. Enjoy!
August 17th, 2010 #158
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August 22nd, 2010 #160
Here are some more drawings I have been doing. I still find myself struggle a bit with anatomy and trying to remember things if I want to draw anything from memory. I might not completely remember certain key points that I draw from observation. Does anyone else have this problem? Maybe someone has a solution other than, "just draw" because that is what I'm doing.
August 23rd, 2010 #161
Do you mean it's always the same specifics that you do wrong? If so perhaps you should try and find examples of how it really looks, it would be perfect if you could look close at a skeleton and see certain things look and work. Then try to simplify it and draw it in different angles and once you really understand the form, it shouldn't be too difficult to remember it in a memory drawing.
(Tho that being said, if i don't draw something for a while i always need to go back to the basics and remember how it exactly works again but i hope this tip will help you as well)
And your poses are looking very nice so far
August 23rd, 2010 #162
Lav -- Yea that's a good point. I guess revisiting the skeleton is something I should do again. I'm wondering that it's normal for artists to revisit things. Maybe it is. I also sometimes find it difficult to find specific poses that I'm looking for. I've been looking more at Bridgeman and how he constructs figures so I try to do something similar. I still feel like I need to get better at drawing gestures quicker. Also, thanks for the compliment.
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