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    I hope your family noticed what happened to you when you didn't draw for that two weeks. Maybe they'll back off for a bit.

    The still life is coming on. Looking forward to more updates.


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    Man, you making big steps everytime. Sweet clean studies - keep 'em coming!

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    studies, studies, studies!
    People like you make me feel so lazy xD
    Very clean linework too.
    You're doing brilliantly so keep up the good work.

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    Quick update. Edit it later (errr... I think this begin to become a habit of me...)

    The avatar/mascot for the expo that I designed. Also used in teaser and recruitment poster...
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    My (first) entry for the expo, not actually finished yet. I'll also send this one to an art festival in a famous university in my country after the finishing touch, hope this will pass ;D
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    Last edited by BluezAce; August 23rd, 2010 at 12:04 PM.
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    Wow,those last two look awesome!Great job dude!Friggin cool!

    Keep it up!

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    Finally, time to answer the replies!!

    @Donna
    Banzaaaaaai!!! Lets work hard toward our dream!!

    The characters studies were much fun, especially because all of them were the characters I love since I was a child. But the annoying part was the project dragged on until more than 1 month for me to finish it. Family problems, part-time jobs, other projects that I had to finish first, etc etc. At the end of this project I kept thinking "Hey man, this is just a simple project, but why it took you this long to finish it!!". Kinda "I had enough" feeling... but afterall this one was still very fun project from the start to the very end

    And you're right about the graphic design. I often want to enter a graphic design university in my town to study more, but sometimes things like designer's slave-like job makes me doubt it


    @Black Spot
    Thx ma'am for keep commenting in my SB!

    I agree when you say there are many paths in art, and that's why I keep loving art. It's unique and everyone have their own unique way

    Ugh... I really want to continue the statue still-life, but the season here never make friend with me right now. It's almost rainy season and I never got a good sunlight. That's why I decided to switch to drawing simple still-life from the stuff around me right now. I'll scan and upload it when I had the chance!

    Don't worry about the photo from the expo! I'll upload it even if I have to rob the photo from the expo's documentary division hehehe


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    Thx for dropping by, Purple! I'll visit your SB soon too!


    @Seraph Fawkes
    Seraph, my friend! Thx for keep checking my SB, even when I didn't hehehe

    Trying to give more concentration on still-life now, but I want to continue my study on anatomy and Loomis. Imagination stuff is nice too... Why there's so much fun things in drawing, and I feel confused on choosing what to draw. I want to draw them all!!!!

    Thx for the compliment too, I want to keep improving!!!!


    @ThomasM
    Long time no see, Thomas! I'll check out your SB tonight!

    It's kinda disappointing for me, because since the 2-weeks-without-drawing I think I slack off and not drawing as much as before. Those 2 weeks sure hurt me much. Still trying to build again the momentum to draw more and more!


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    Thx for the analysis, compliment and suggestion, Lord M!

    I'll make sure not to forget translating my comic to English next time (which is pretty soon I think)

    Will try to do study from black and whit photo as you suggest, as soon as possible...


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    Hohoho... DSmith! Man, it has been a long time! I really really miss CA!!!!
    Thx for the offer, it did a good job on making me me excited. Lets share more and give some good comments, so our works will become much better

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    Hey thanks for dropping by my SB

    I think your buildings that you've drawn in your comic look good and I'd love to see some more architecture from you, and your memento for your girlfriend is real cute, just like all your other funny little characters.

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    you are doing amazing works here mate.Love your studies and your hard work.You are doing great with these.Your construction and general apply of the studies you do is great.You improve really fast.
    Love the lines man, actually i love everything , you have a nice variety of concepts here
    keep up the fun!!!

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    @Trailblazer
    You're welcome, mate

    Well, I do like how the buildings turn out to be, but it was a real hard work to finished. So I think I won't do something like that in near future, unless I begin to learn about concepting the environmental hehehe

    I also love those cute characters. It's always so much fun for me to draw them. I'm planning to make a short-comic (maybe 2-3 pages) with cutie characters and "child storybook" style!


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    Update: Old stuff actually, haven't been able to scan my drawings in past 2 weeks

    Drawing hands exercise, from Loomis + observation on my hand
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    Continuing a bit from Loomis' Figure Drawing
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    Little doodle about the expo's avatar, and a leftover doodle
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    Actually I want to make this one into a promotional poster for the expo, but don't have the time to do it yet
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    Last edited by BluezAce; August 28th, 2010 at 12:34 PM.
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    That last one is a very striking picture. On the Loomis studies, you're not making the hips wide enough when you put the flesh on.


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    Great SB! Keep 'em comin!!!

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    Hey BluezAce, thanks for stopping by my SB.

    You've done a really superb job on that Expo poster with all the many characters on it. Its really top-notch.

    Hmmm....as for advice well, the biggest thing I can see you need to work on right now is probably proportions.

    You have a very clean and neat line style, which isn't a bad thing, but it seems like it can hold you too rigidly.
    One thing I haven't really seen at all from you is gesture drawings. Of course I don't post my gestures generally,
    either, because they look like crap but you do need to do them.

    Another thing I've noticed you do a lot is exact copies of instructional drawings (Bridgman, Loomis, etc.) I would
    say you really need to avoid that in, but instead, try to immediately apply the principles in your own way to a
    scenario of your own invention. For me at least, understanding comes from application and analysis, not from copying.

    On the other hand when you really take your time drawing from life, I see you get some really good results. You
    should be doing much more of this. For figurative work, if you don't have life-drawing opportunities in your area,
    maybe get some good photographic references. There are some 'books of models' out there that often include a
    great CD or DVD where you can rotate the models 360 degrees, this is a great tool!

    One more thing...how many hours a day / a week to you spend drawing, I mean actually moving the pencil
    on paper? You seem to have a pretty good tempo going right now, but I was curious how many hours you have
    committed to drawing regularly.

    Good work, man keep it up, and work on those proportions (you may want to check out the work of Michael Mentler
    on this forum for help on that).

    PS: almost forgot something I meant to say: don't worry so much about anatomy.

    Once you get a good grasp of the basic volumes and proportions, anatomy is a detail that can be layered on top of
    everything else. Now of course, you do want to learn the basic structure so that the appearance of the human body
    isn't such a mystery, but I would say concentrate on large forms and not individual muscles. If you're going to study
    anatomical details, concentrate on the bones, especially the joints. Once you have a good grasp of that, the muscles
    sort of fall into place around the bones, based on their attachment points. Also, the joints and bony parts that protrude
    through the flesh give you your best landmarks and a guideline for dimensionality, direction, foreshortening....all the 3D
    elements of proportion and form.

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    Great work in that last update. Want to see poster finished, but I can already see that you've done hell of a job! Keep it up man!

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    ohhh ; nice drawz , man

    love the illustration wich u post all the stars of cartoon

    great ideas u have ; just keep it up , and show us more ;p

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    yo hi, update terus sketchbooknya, go go

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    Hey there!

    First of all: Nice stuffs you put in here. Good amount of studies and they come in good quality too. I also love your cartoons. No crit for now, but I'm agreeing with Blud there and I'll certainly keep eyes on this thread of yours.

    I have to say that I'm really glad I stumbled upon another fellow Indonesian here. Let us watch each other's progress, yeah?

    Well, keep it up you!


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    OMG. There are some great sketches here. I love this thread.

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    Quick update, just to show that I'm still alive. Kinda busy these weeks, and having hard time to reach a scanner

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    An entry for a book contest. The pencil/sketch stage was so smooth, but kinda disappointed when I continued it >.<

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    loving your entry for the expo
    keep it up

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    Nice composition.


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    Be cool, I'm sure you'll nail this contest.

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    Great job on that last one dude,you nailed it!

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    I like to see a variety of styles that you can handle. Personally, i find that the solours as on the flower mascot are a bit to mat, with hard shadows etc. Always gave me the sense of a fake coloured thing. Don;t get me wrong, i am only talking about the colours on thiw one. Also, BludHund gave you some precious advices. Keep up and take care.

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    It turned out that it's hard to find the time to scan most of my sketches/drawings!! So I'll just post the drawings that I did yesterday and the day before


    Finally I had the chance to do a bargue drawing!

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    These are some things I noticed when I drew it:
    - This was my first time to do bargue drawing. Before this, I always measured by my eyes alone and tried "feel" the size/shape. Maybe because of that, sometimes it kind of "frustrating" for me to use "tool" (thread) to measure something. I think it was just because I haven't familiarized with this method yet.

    - When I drew the first 3 eyes, I just realized that I didn't really understand how exactly sight-size measuring was. But after those 3 eyes I experimented, and later when I read an old archive in my laptop it turned out that my experiment was pretty much correct

    - My hands kinda "shaking" when I held my arms straight and it was hard to maintain a stable/still measuring. But after the first 6 eyes, I usually got more accurate mark after 4 or 5 attempt of measuring. And yeah... sometimes I after I was sure I put the mark correctly, I used a ruler to double-check it (not in the purpose to "correct" the mark placement, but just checking my accuracy)

    - When I made the individual eyes, it didn't really hard to make correct measuring for size and shape (only missed one or few millimeter when I compare it). But when I compare the "bigger picture" (the whole drawing), some of individual eyes had pretty much correct size/shape but the placement missed around one centimeter.

    - I only realized that the horizontal line between the eyes weren't the same after the first 9 eyes. I think that was why mostly the measuring didn't match when I hold the "bigger picture"...



    Haven't get a good success yet in this drawing. As it turned out when I stacked the paper to see it (these two are just more-or-less visualization of my unsuccessful drawing, not the real drawing. But it pretty much like these)
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    Actually I did the bargue drawing in 2 sheet of A4 paper (A3 = 2xA4). Well, actually I want to do it in A3 but it was hard for me to carry around A3 sketchbook, so I did it in 2 x A4 paper...

    I want to redo the bargue drawing until it's more accurate!!!


    The last is my t-shirt design for me and my friend's project. It is representing a battle technique from the main protagonist of anime "One Piece". Actually I did few more for the other characters, but I still have to rework it because it didn't turned out well in t-shirt >.<
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    Will replies the comments tomorrow morning, got to draw right now! Hehehehe

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    Time to reply the comments!!

    @Black Spot
    Still struggling to learn composition bit by bit ma'am! But I think now I enjoy thumbnail stage and deciding the composition more than before.

    @Mahran, GrayHeart, andres333, Liffey
    Thanks for stopping by at my SB!

    @BludHund, kingkostas (and novbert as well)
    Thank you so much for the very thorough and accurate critics. Thanks for the PM and the guidance too. As I'm self-thought and still a newbie, I have many weak points. But I'll learn and digest little by little! Slow progress and long time it takes, but I'll keep going!!

    @Seraph Fawkes
    Hey mate, thanks for the support!
    I still don't have the time to share about the expo, though. I'm still trying to get some photo of the expo from the documentary division, and I'll upload it as soon as I get it...

    @blackrobin, witcrack
    Finally, Indonesian comrades!!! I've been wondering around, would I meet another people from Indonesia in CA
    Keep going, mate. I'm watching you too!

    @DSmith
    Thanks, man! Your recent work really made me envious! Starting to touch digital painting this last few days, though I'm still clueless and my results aren't much worth showing. Maybe it will takes few months before I upload my digital paintings hehehe

    @knut-
    Wow, thanks for pointing it out, knut-! No offense taken, it's true that I'm still weak in that area. But well, I always love to take a job/opportunity/challenge that is right in front of me and learn by failing, rather than waiting for my skill to become "oh so great" before I have guts to take a project/job




    That's all, folks! Don't hesitate to come and comment and critics my works so I could improve more!

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    One Piece!! Haha
    Do you really recommend do the the Bargue drawings? Because I'd heard of them but not sure if it's that helpful/seems tedious to set up.

    Very meticulous Loomis studies too, keep it up!

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    Great line work as always. That T-Shirt design is ace, very dynamic.

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    Quick update: Commisions for my friend...
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    Finally I met some fellow comrade from Indonesia
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