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Thread: Disciplette's Sketchbook
August 21st, 2010 #1
Well, this is a collection of my doodles, sketches, and some classwork. I draw in pencil, colored pencil and on photoshop when I can. My career goal is to be an illustrator and graphic designer and I'm not there yet so by all means feel free to critique.
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August 21st, 2010 #3
I'm still posting. Anatomy studies are coming within the next 15 minutes.
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August 21st, 2010 #4
Anatomy study from my imagination. Many more of these are coming.
August 21st, 2010 #5
First couch I've drawn in years. I tried out crosshatching which is something I'm trying to get the hang of more. I'd like to do a full interior scene when I have more time.
August 21st, 2010 #6
I set up a still life of my mom's bedroom slipper, a book, and a pack of cotton rounds on my living room floor. I was at a loss on how to handle the plastic.
August 21st, 2010 #7
Aha! That was faster than I'd thought. xD
Those anatomy studies are good, especially since they're from your imagination.
I like how you're drawing the things around you too, such as your room and slippers- something I just can't get myself to do.
I think I might have to keep an eye on you. xD
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Ah you're making good progress, the lad in the boxers though seems a little stiff, perhaps it's because his torso is straight and so is his leg.
Perhaps if he was leaning fowards a touch and his upper leg was stretched out a bit rather than straight down?
Oh- I'm not sure what I'm talking about, just keep experimenting with figures and finding refferences of running people- I'm sure they'll be more helpful xD
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i like your pencil crayons. i do them as well, it's fun.. and it's a good way to learn the basics of colour before using a brush. :-)
do more gestures. a combination of life drawing, photos, and figures from imagination. keep it balanced between those for a while. you could read books as well, but i never found them very helpful.
August 28th, 2010 #15
I did some painting on photoshop. I have always wanted to get that painterly effect and I don't know if I'm doing it right.
And don't worry, I'm still doing gesture's also. As a matter of fact, i just started my life drawing class so I'll post some of my work from there.
August 28th, 2010 #16
Make sure to post more!
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August 28th, 2010 #19
Hello again! Not like I ever do landscapes, but I think the one you did could do with more contrast.
How was the lighting on it? Morning? Afternoon? Cloudy? Sunny?
What sort of foliage is there?
Mountains need a little bit more of a jagged look to them too.
If you're not using a refference, why not google some just so you can try and understand what textures you need for what you have in mind. It's almost impossible to do a nice landscape from your mind if you're not used to doing them, same with figures or any other subject.
Anyways, keep posting.
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August 30th, 2010 #23
Spent 2.5 hours on a landscape.
The photo is from this site:
August 30th, 2010 #24
Hey there, nice progress on those last posts... I specially like the last figure drawing, you can really notice the weight of the dead/unconscious body there, really nice.. keep 'em coming!
My sketchbook - help me get better!
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You did a good job on the landscape in #23
I suggest you draw more people from life or photo and do master studies to get a feeling of the human body and face, your first posts look like they are strongly influenced by anime
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