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Thread: LastGen's Path of Improvement
November 26th, 2011 #40
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December 26th, 2011 #43
yo last gen! haven't popped in here for quite some time but i see you are making progress. though there are some gaps in between updates, it's good that you didn't stop at all. your value studies of the fruit/vegetables are taking the right direction but i think you can push the contrast a bit further with them (referring to post #36/#37). the following studies seemed to have solved the problem so nvm haha. hmmm.. try to worry less about speed, especially in your quick sketch (#39). just focus an actually conveying the form correctly and speed will come later. well, keep it up!!1! hope you had a wonderful holiday~
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December 27th, 2011 #44
teapo, you're right, I lack of motivation drawing continiously - gonna try to fix this lazy attitude. Thank you for your suggestions und critics, that's exactly what I'm looking for!
So here's the "bigger" update - my first sketchbook. Maybe I'd better upload the pages regularly, but again, I'm to lazy to scan it each time. Sorry for the bad quality, didn't really figure out how it works correctly, yet.
December 27th, 2011 #45
im eagleacz from deviantart.. I must say you have amazing studies. I wish I could focus for that lonng.
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December 28th, 2011 #47
December 28th, 2011 #48
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December 31st, 2011 #49
Wow o.o lots of work here, I need to be more like you! I'm just going to say to keep working hard like this and you'll get better and better really soon. I think you have a good sense of values, keep working on that, but don't forget about the colors. Poses/gestures are always good and fun to practice too
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December 31st, 2011 #50
Thanks for droppin' by
Lots of hard work going on here. The apple and eggplant still lifes are well done, the speculars in particular is what gives them their likeness.
Remember to mix up your subjects of study, anatomy is only a small part of being able to draw well.
Keep up the good work
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January 1st, 2012 #51
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January 1st, 2012 #52
First of all: HAPPY NEW YEAR to all of you!
Rustveld: Thanks a lot, it's challenging to paint a realistic surface which fits to the object. I guess I should practice this more often.
Guik: Thanks, man! I didn't forget colors at all
HunterKiller_: Thank you, I'm trying to find other practice opportunities. Though, I feel that I have to work hard on anatomy.
AllyAlbon: I'm glad you like it!
So, here is some digital stuff. I suck in values and colors...that's one thing I've learned from that
Shame on me for these scribbles, I will do it better!