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    Hi there this is cerealist speaking. Well I m a beginner... just bought my very first wacom tablet last year (April 2010).

    i pursue to develop my drawing skill which i have taken light after i ve learned 3D modelling during my study in product and industrial design.

    Not until i ve noticed there re alot of great artwork, great concept artists around the world, I want to pick up my pen to draw again. However after these few years of study, work in different fields and my days in the army, i lost much of the skill and patients in drawing. So i decided to learn how to draw again through this journey of self learning experience, watching alot of online tutorials, browsing u guys' works. trying out this brush, that brush and download new brush. This is not only for my personal interest, but my determination to get a job related to drawing and painting!!

    Again, i m a super newbie. i dont have knowledge on digital painting.. have been struggling for 1 year 3 months. Please give me advice and critics as much as possible. thank you very much.

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    Hello, welcome to the board and getting started with a sketchbook. Seems you're off to a good start, can't really comment about the pieces.

    What are your goals and things you plan to work on? It helps to have a goal for the sketchbooks, allowing us to offer better critiques. And don't be afraid to show in progress pieces or pieces you're having problems with.

    Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Asatira View Post
    Hello, welcome to the board and getting started with ....
    Thanks Asatira for the reminder. yeah i ve just registered as a member.

    jump into this site in hope of looking for good art pieces and valuable comments for improvement.
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    I love the black & white one with the robot.

    My overall tip for you would be to work on your line quality, try working with fewer and more confident lines (vary the thickness, speed etc). Same thing goes partially for colors, makes 'em look smeary.

    As for the paintings (in color) I would advise avoiding the use of black & white for shadow and light, more interesting that way.

    On the yellowish painting you should be more careful with the color, there's a strong very contrast between the eyes and the rest of the painting where there is almost no contrast.

    Also i think you should draw hair in bigger lumps like you do on the red & white painting.

    I hope you see this as good critique from one learning artist to another.

    Peace!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wr00m View Post
    I love the black & white one with the robot.

    My overall tip for you would be to work on your line quality, try working with ..
    Hey Wroom thanks a lot for the very useful comments and tips!

    u are right. i m a new art pad user. i ve been using the pad for more than 1 months but still, cant get myself adapt to it in very small scale, as in most of the lines are inaccurately put and drawn. i did a lot of undo and erasing.
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    Love stories If you have an outline of any of your stories you could PM me them and I could crit them. I suggest doing and showing us some of your pencial drawings, I belive that drawing traditionally is an important foundation

    Do some still lifes and some photo studies. Grab some anatomy books and study those too!
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    Nice start. Your sketchbook is getting great.
    I think you should try more opaque brushes cause your work is a little blurried on edges.

    Keep going!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dy.laneA View Post
    Love stories If you have an outline of any of your stories...
    That ll be helpful. and yeah i m weak and inexperienced in drawing human figures. thanks for the advices!
    Quote Originally Posted by Luk999 View Post
    Nice start. Your sketchbook is getting great.
    I think you should try more opaque brushes cause your work is a little blurried on edges.

    Keep going!
    thank so much. drawing unconfirmed outlines is my weakness.

    today i try to set the background in higher dpi before i start my sketches for the day... man i ve just discovered setting in higher dpi also means being more sensitive and more accurately detecting my pen tip the Painter is..

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    too bad
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    keep it coming you will see improvement in no time at all! Take your time in some of your drawings and do your best to figure out the structure more.
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    Like your "shaggy" sketches. Well done1
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