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September 6th, 2010 #1
Phew! Studying really payed off. Critiques Pretty Please!
So here's just a few things from what I like to call my, F-it book.
I'd love to get some critiques please ^_^
If you can spare a few words, I'd love to listen to each and everyone.
Next up, I'll upload stuff from my Moleskine
Last edited by Sumisoul; September 14th, 2010 at 02:22 AM.
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Here's the moleskine stuff...
September 6th, 2010 #3
very good start keep up
September 6th, 2010 #4
thank ya much!
I'm just happy to be doing regular work.
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September 7th, 2010 #6
nice new stuffs keeeeeeeeeeeep up
September 7th, 2010 #7
haha, alright. I will! Even if it's just you looking at my sketchbook.
It's nice to have something to post regularly.
September 7th, 2010 #8
hh its not abouy how many people see your sketchbook but how your stuffs is
and you works are good
keep drawing you are good so trust yourself
September 7th, 2010 #9
haha, I do.
I like the way my stuff is progressing right now.
I just want the pros to take a look and give me a wise word here and there.
September 7th, 2010 #10
hh even that im not a pro but here what they gonna tell you
draw everyday hhhhhh
September 7th, 2010 #11
^_^ words I hold to be precious.
"you're going to be a better artist at your 5000th drawing, than at your 1000th"
September 7th, 2010 #12
hh yes i heard this from Benjamin Leitgeb AKA Selwy
"It’s not something that happens over night. If you’re telling yourself that you’re 100% untalented, make at least 500 drawings within the next 12 months (take your time for every attempt) and I bet you will never say that again.''
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September 7th, 2010 #14
thats good bro and i wish you luck on your journey
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September 10th, 2010 #18
Some pretty neat stuff in here; and I think your light studies are very good ( i should do some myself :c ). With that last piece though, I feel that the texture isn't quite distinctive enough. All three objects are different because of thier obvious different shapes, but it's hard to see what they are made of. The bottom cup for example,the shape suggests it may be a tall glass, but it also looks like it is made of some kind of metal or chrome. It has a very distressed serface to me. I think you should focus on applying texture as well (this is what i gather, from seeing the few colour studies youve given at least :p)
You'r anatomy looks fairly good to me! Would like to see more and see how your style solidifies. I love more styalized pieces.
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September 10th, 2010 #19
^_^ thanks for leaving such a nice amount of feedback.
I know what you're saying about that last one. It's a really good point.
As long as I'm doing some light studies I might as well put the effort into textures.
I always draw people but I just don't have too much that I really feel like posting.
But I'm doing really well on productivity due to the teachings of, "the artists's way" by julia cameron. So I'm sure I'll have loads of people drawn pretty soon.
I saw that I've never really drawn sexy voluptuous women, kinda like Frazetta. So I thought I'd give that a try. It should be my next dump.
September 10th, 2010 #20
youve got some good pencil skills!! Like it a lot
What are those colour test thingys you have up there? i need to learn that stuff too. Any useful tutorials youve found?
September 10th, 2010 #21
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September 10th, 2010 #23
Thanks for the kudos everyone ^_^
Here's a really good site to study from
It's great to hear that one of my oldest habits is a good one
Yeah, that texture is something I started including right after my last post.
Sigh, my line economy has haunted me since the start of my artistic career. Haha, a good 15 years. But it's gotten better. I don't really have any ideas as to how to tone myself into better line economy. I guess it's all about confidence.
I'll post shortly.
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Just augmented the breasts to something I thought looks better.
Starting to take into consideration some of my own preferences instead of working with what I've been told. While still going along what guidlines the real costumer wants.
September 13th, 2010 #27
Another update on this piece.
I still need to ad some depth (i noticed at last glance) With some darker colours.
Overall I did some more rendering on the night elf and a little on the humans skirt/kilt/robe bottoms. Though, I think I may have messed up the face. She doesn't look as youthful. I guess I'll have to detract some details.
September 13th, 2010 #28
I like how your coloring is going, so far!
The only thing I might suggest looking at is the human's neck/shirt. Unless you intend it, she appears to have a bit of a hunch or scoliosis in her neck. Maybe working on that might make her appear more youthful?
Aside, you have some great work here. Keep it up!
September 14th, 2010 #29
haha, maybe I need to emphasize it someway.
The human is a beefed up male, haha
Though perhaps the humpish like muscle mass in the back is a bit much.
Thank you for the compliment!
September 14th, 2010 #30