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Thread: Born for sketching
August 19th, 2010 #1
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Welcome to conceptart!
Ok first of all studies are the right way to start so just go on doing them.
Grab some books like Bridgman, Burne Hogarth for anatomie, loomies for heads and also anatomie. Of course live drawing is really helpful.
And if you do studies always pay close attention to the details you draw ( draw what you see- not what you think you know)
And the last tip for now is to drop the watermark of yours, because it destroyes your art and is not necessary at this point
So keep on studying
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October 24th, 2010 #8
I like the apple on the blue drapery image, and honestly all of your work you have up. what i would advise, is to lighten your contour lines since they aren't really as viable as you draw them. You use a much too hard a line when creating your contour drawing, at least if you are trying to make an observational drawing.
but as i will often tell every one i post a critique to, this is just my opinion, and opinions are like... well you know. lol.
basically, the only thing i can think to say is watch your outlines. other than that i think it's good work.
Fudge this AWESOME place!!!
My SKETCHBOOK: please critique! i can take it!
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Awesome rendering in your figures! Im excited to see more
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