. Ja, ich zeichne nur als Hobby, doch ich hoffe mit mehr Übung irgendwann mehr draus zu machen.
King of the hill
And it's obvious that I really need to work on perspective. A lot…
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Still working on this piece. It takes forever.
Some fluffy ML slash (And full of errors. I will do better).
Here's a full body sketch of Nick for you
100 Things Challenge, 9/100 Poofy pink parakeet
interesting work, alot of pencil skills going on, perhaps u shud consider focusing ur energies on sketching and traditional mediums instead of linework + digital.
i think it would be a cool move to make
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Thank you, A Faux. Well, I'm rubbish with traditional mediums except for pencil. Always have been. Mind you I'll never say never, but I'd rather try to improve my digital and general drawing skills for now.
The Doctor and the Master (yes, watching Doctor Who again ^^)
The Starmaker makes another appearance. I've neglected him for quite a while.
The leather babe version of Elisabeth
Josef for you
And the latest doodles from today and yesterday.
Finished watching season 4 of Doctor Who, so I had to do a study of Ten
. I think the reference is from season 2 though.
And another one of Nick. I'm having fun doing these full body sketches. Gonna try something more dynamic though.
Let's turn it up to Eleven
Back to digital with number 11 for the 100 things challenge
. My favourite King of Hell. Not that much likeness though.
And here's the ninth Doctor to make the triple complete
A study of Martin Freeman as Watson to celebrate the airing of the second season of Sherlock in Germany this weekend.
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Handy hands. Because I haven't done any in a while. Probably more to come.
Nice work! Sketches coming along well.
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Thank you, XENöSIS
Some very nice drawings in here. Your portraits are pretty good, but maybe think more about structure? Doing some more serious studies through a book is definitely a good way to
level up, let's say.
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good improvement dude. Your stilllife - I mean the chop stock study - is very good. keep it up and as Aaron said, get some loomis and bridgman - it helps dude.
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@Aaron_: Thanks. Yes, I have some anatomy books here to go through. Thanks for reminding me.
@Klaustrophil: Thanks to you as well for reminding me of Bridgeman and Loomis. Got some Loomis and Hogarth books to get back to.
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