what a cute bear and I love the colors on the last one. Maybe you should have put some more detail in the fur of the bear, it got a little muddy but still nice job. You are doing very well sir. keep it up
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Oh wow, I guess my subscription to your thread went wonky! You have been working! Awesome that you're doing anatomy studies. You gotta work on your accuracy though, man. Get some simple shaped stuff - boxes, cans, and throw a light on it. Study the shapes, try to get as accurate as possible. Try to ignore the fact that you're drawing a "can" or a "box" and just draw what's coming into your eyes.
Great to see all these animal studies. Keep it up.
One thing I want to point out on the bear pencil sketch is that you don't have to render every single fur. Think of the shift in values on the fur as shapes instead of lines. (One of the few times lazying out is okay. Haha. ;D) Plus, our eyes doesn't see every detail at a single glance.
Kudos to the hard work ethic.
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teapo i will , add more details after this , it must looks as realistic as possible .
himart hehe , OK .
DeJakhalz very good tutorial , i saved it so i could use it later .
PaintMyBrain sir !!! yes you are correct its a bit muddy and needed more details , i will be more careful after this .
karmiclychee i got what you said , i will try that as soon as possible .
Danny_K these are s ?
orochigenocide you are right .
seagulls ok .
in2eternity creativity is one of our goals .
Trisscar i will try my best .
Black Spot all of us still have a long way to go , it will never ends .
himart here you go .
rabbit studies , used some references .
i couldn't find rabbit muscles names and i lost a lot of time there but i found bones names .
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Hi I have see your thread for ages but now that I have, I have to say congratulations. You are improving greatly and I especially like yor animal studies. Continue the studies and continue working on your figure drawings which still need a lot of improvement as the placement is still a little off. Try and do some more still life studies, something I need to do a lot more of and doe some more guesture.
Maybe you could try some master copies, they're good for imrpoving drawing what you see and you can analyse the artist's techniques whiles you're drawing. I love your dedication, dedication is something i need to work a whole lot on more myself. I hope my advice was okay, I'm still very much a beginner myself.
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You are working following a Riven Phoenix video tutorials,
that is just great, I did that too. But.
But, watch out, do not do only them, cause Riven is
coughing too much and he ain't had a real feeling when
the proportions go wrong. He is not a natural born athlete is
what I am trying to say. He knows the muscles and the
theory stuff, but do not catch his drawing style, cause
it can ruin some of your qualities.
You are a hard worker, so I guess nothing can
go wrong. The only thing that can brake you,
if you give up.
Take care my friend, and keep
up with the good stuff.
Lots of improvements from your earlier posts! Good job! The animal studies are coming along nicely as well as the human studies. All I really have to say is keep studying and drawing as much as you can! Go, go, go! Haha, keep up the great work!