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Playin RUMI with my buddy KB! First Pic Post People.
How many people are there? I can not tell. Good Job. BZ! The Papers are imperssive.
Her sum more. Man sitting, Guy laughing, Hoof replacing.
Hope this is something you can see.
Your newer posts are a bit more viewable but still very dark. If you like working in heavy ink I recommend using white-out to lighten some of the areas and clarify what your drawing.
Also, invest in some unlined paper. The cheapest option is to buy computer paper with the holes pre-punched then putting it in a binder.
When you step back and look at these pieces, they have greater value.
Whoa, I never expected somebody from Gulfport to sign up here. The problem with your pictures is that you use too many lines, which make things hard to make out. Plus, the second to last pic has disproportionate legs. I recommend that you work on your anatomy and proportions for a while.
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I took a few pics during the last eclipes and here is a good one. Especially wanna thank Sony for making an incredible camera. And a shout out to my buddy Donnie who text me about the event. Your a trooper.
In the stix.....
Still working. How many faces can you put in one piece. the world will never know.
And a chopper....
Hi Surdadi! While I applaud your efforts, I am confused. There's a lack of clarity, and without a statement of intent by you I'm not sure what direction you are trying to go. At this point I would suggest trying to draw simple shapes you see around you. tables, plates, glasses, etc.
I think you should find a huge piece of paper. Like A1 or A0 in size and draw all over it. It would be immense.
Also, I think your work would benefit from something that isn't a pencil. Something with bolder marks. All the little scribbles are getting confusing to look at. You want to get the energy and information of them into a more visually understandable piece. Maybe pastels?? Get some colour in there?
How's this if a start in pencil?
Naughty and Nice/
Hoping this catches an eye and enjoy. Thanks