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    Sketchbook. The start of a long journey.

    Hello to all members, I'm 19 and I start this sketchbook seeking critique of my works and tips to improve it.
    By the moment i have read learning to draw on the right side of the brain and I have a few books of Loomis.
    Here is the work that I have done today by the moment:


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    Still life 1
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    Anatomy study 1
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    I cant see any of your work..?

    "Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, 'Let me take the speck out of your eye,' when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother's eye."
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    I had a problem uploading the pics sorry.

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    Some of my today work, please comment.

    Some perspective studies
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    Exercise from Drawing on the right side of the brain workbook
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    My hand
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    Some new sketches
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    My cell phone
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    Some of imagination
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    Another day and some new sketches:
    Study of my hand
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    Quick sketches of my cat (1 minute each one)
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    Bethany K: Thanks, I'll take note of it.

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    Great start here at Conceptart, try digging some more in Loomis books for anatomy studies, they really help.

    While drawing from life try some longer poses, keep challenging yourself.

    "When you put soul into your drawings, they will come to live."

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    Some sketches and studies of today, I'm trying to improve the anatomy but I have problems with it.

    A study of light and shading
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    Few bad anatomy sketches. I have to improve a lot on them but is very difficult to me.
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    A potrait.
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    -cifgha: Thanks for your help I will keep that in mind

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    A new update with works, please comment

    Hands study.
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    Some draw from life.
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    Anatomy studies from Riven Phoenix videos.
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    looks good, keep doing those still lifes, they will help you the most. Try doing some basics and stuff like drawing cubes and stuff they will help you a lot too. Nothing more really to say other then that!

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    Great start, those life studies in particular are very solid. Glad you're starting off with the 'Right Side of the Brain', great way to start if you're serious about improving your technique. I also recommend 'The Natural Way to Draw' by Nicolaides. He has some great exercises that will really help you improve your draftsmanship .

    Keep on going, looking forward to seeing how you progress.

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