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    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    Well let's start this sketchbook. Hope you guys will like it and I really hope you will learn something as well as watch me learn.

    I'll post these before I go to bed, I'll post more in upcoming days.

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    Very nice environment piece!

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    here are more paintings I forgot to attach.
    The environments were done in 30-45 mins

    Cheers!

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    Thank you Elz

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    Haha, welcome!
    Great batch of environments, the colours are lovely too.

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    The enviros are really good. Try to exaggerate the difference between foreground and background, by making the closer things more contrasted.
    Really looking forward to see more works from you!

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    Thanks Abrodos, I will try that. You mean more dramatic colors in the foreground and less saturated brighter for background?

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    Life drawings from my extra life class
    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

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    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

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    My Sketchbook - Journey of seeking knowledge

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    this is going to be one of my favourite sketchbooks, i think.
    A lot of great studyes there, ur a hard working one or simply a lot of passion.

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    Hehe thank you very much, I love art I'll post some progress pictures of how I did some of my paintings soon.

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    Some vehicles I've sketched in my sketchbook with a pen.

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    I really like your drawings a lot. How did you get good at vehicle design? I really need to do some more of that myself. Also, in your third post from the second image down, how did you get the texture on the mountain and grass to look so real? I've been having trouble doing that kind of stuff. I'll def be checking more of your work out.

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    Istmin52 - Thank you. When I was at school taking animation, one of my teachers drew a car in my sketchbook for fun. I thought I'd draw a few as well, but I found it extremely hard. I fell in love with the challenge and spent probably two years drawing cars for about 3-4 hours a day without reference (maybe that's why it took me so long hehe, but I learned a lot)

    As for mountain, use broad strokes to lay it in, then I use a small default round brush to add texture like cracks.

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