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May 24th, 2010 #66
You wanted it, here you go
1. Still life sketch
2-3. My hand, practicing foreshortened view, and started to do a value study from it, but it sucked and i'm sleepy
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May 26th, 2010 #68
Moar Loomis, i like this mannikin drawing stuff
May 26th, 2010 #69
May 27th, 2010 #70
Baneling from Starcraft 2, just for fun
May 28th, 2010 #71
May 29th, 2010 #72
May 30th, 2010 #73
Na,végre találtam egy magyart az oldalon!Nem volt sok időm eddig,később átfutom az összes oldalt,de amit eddig láttam,az tetszik!Feliratkoztam,csak így tovább!
(that was hungarian language)
EDIT:Na,átnéztem.Sok a fejlődés,szépen haladsz,a tónusok és az árnyékolás nagyon tetszik!
(csak mellékesen:Az erősítőd odab*sz! Gondolom,gitározol,nem?Egyébként merre laksz?)
"Storytelling is my passion.Shadows and lights are my muse.Art is my first love"-Shawn Martinbrough
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May 30th, 2010 #74
lo úgy gondolja, hogy így beszél egy másik nyelvet trükkös mi? : P google fordító a győzelemhez. Tudok beszélni bármelyik nyelv a világon nem igazán beszélt, hogy ...
Én nyertem lmao
May 31st, 2010 #75
Studying loomis is the best way to improve. Just some general crit: try to work on line control a bit more. Currently all your sketches are built up of little sketchy lines and it really weakens them. William Whitaker has this demo where he shows exactly why you should work with longer lines (check photo #2 and #3). Maybe it sound like nipicking but this is really a must for any successful rendering.
Achieving it digitally can be really challenging. Setting the tablet's tip feel to firmer value (lowering it's pressure sensitivity) helped me a lot.
"Try again, fail again,fail better!"Samuel BeckettSketchbook
May 31st, 2010 #76
Thank you for the tips, i knew the lines was bad, but couldn't really make them better (not really tried anyways). Will check the link and try out better lines with lower sensitivity
June 1st, 2010 #77
Keep going, Nlete!
My advice, just take your time when drawing. Although I know many professional who could make many great artwork really fast, I think it's better to not rushing when we're still learning. Just do it slowly in a relaxed pace, be patience, and try your best at every line (well, it's professionalism. Better train that attitude as soon as possible, doesn't it? )
Btw, I've read Drawing On The Right Side of The Brain too? But until now I still wondered what's the difference between "seeing with right side of the brain" and "seeing normally" @,@
June 1st, 2010 #78
Seeing with the artist's eyes, don't describe the tree as a complex biological living thingy, but describe as shapes, forms, light and shadow. That's what it is all about in 1 sentence. (that's why you did exercises like the negative space drawing and stuff).
I'm not rushing, i'm having a lot of spare time, that's why i can post nearly daily. Sometimes i don't feel like drawing (today for example) and i don't draw therefore My lines a suckie, because i never really tried to correct them, but i will