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September 7th, 2010 #31
@ Pretty Angel: thank you for checking my SB ..
I downloaded Loomis books and I think I'll start by studying the anatomy first .. and I'll keep struggling till I improve with the anatomy .. then I'll move on to the book that you talk about ..
please check out my SB time to time ..
@ LeoGr : hi there, thank you for ur comment ..
Hide this ad by registering as a memberSeptember 9th, 2010 #32
hey thanks for stopping by. i suggest to start drawing from life. i think you know that. and stay away from anime till you learn the fundamentals of ART. Do some still lifes and anatomy studies. keep in touch yo
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September 9th, 2010 #33
you tooootally need to start practicing 3d. they look quite flat, I think that doing a page everyday of 3d cubes and cylinders would help a lot. do them freehand, no rulers or so on, trying to visualise them in 3d. posemaniacs.com will help too. everyday i would do 1h of posemaniacs in the morning, and some days also 1h of 3d shapes. if you do that you'll improve the same speed I did
keep it up!
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September 11th, 2010 #34
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September 13th, 2010 #36
@ Joce : well anime helped me in the beginning .. but now I'm studying Anatomy .. and I'll share few studies soon !!
@ aks9 : thank you for dropping by .. I'll try your advice ..
@ sketchibo : thx buddy !!
@ Abnormally : thank you , twa7achnaaaaaaaaaaak a sa7bi
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September 15th, 2010 #38
I like your work. I also agree with LeoGr. "Draw everyday" and if I may add....except no excuses. You have to Thirst for it. Hunger for it.
Im not quite sure what direction you want to go in as far as your work is concerned. I see what appears to be portrature as well as wildlife. when it comes to the human form I sudgest that you pick up a few basic anatomy books and build you knowledge and skill from there. As far as wildlife...I have no advice for you. Hell, I cant even draw a worm.
September 15th, 2010 #39
Thank you guys .. I'm so glad 'cause you like this SB .. And I hope that you'll like the next sketches ..
September 15th, 2010 #40
some anatomy studies ..
I used no reference ..
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