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    Kay's sketchipoos (UPDATED 30 March PAGE 4)

    Hi there!
    I've been a member for a while but not very active...George(CGAddict) dragged me over here to start my own sketch thread. It took me a while and a bit of nagging, but here I am
    I really should do more sketches and stuff anyway, it really helps me improve. But I just need DISCIPLINE. I just suck at being disciplined :/. Hopefully being here with George will help a lot.

    These are from Barbara Bradley's book Drawing People: How to Portray the Clothed Figure: Barbara Bradley: 9781581803594: Amazon.com: Books Including the notes. Copying her drawings and observation tips has helped me a lot in drawing fabric..
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    OMG moar

    They are all drawn on A1 paper so it's huge so each of these pics are scanned 4 times and patched up together in Photoshop..i know the patchwork isn't perfect meh
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    from imagination, no ref
    Kay's sketchipoos (UPDATED 30 March PAGE 4)
    Kay's sketchipoos (UPDATED 30 March PAGE 4)
    I used Shashi Kapoor's face as reference for the one on the right
    It's supposed to be my version of Rama and Lakshman
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    :)

    Hello and welcome. Sweet job with the studies and cant wait to see more
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    Very glad you finally made a sketchbook! Trust me, it'll definitely pay off with all the advice and critiques you'll be receiving - you'll be a pro in no time

    Really enjoy the work here so far, especially those drapery studies, especially regarding your use of values. Keep going!
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    ahoo!

    Joe, Justyna, George - THANK YOU so much for the warm welcome

    This is a character I've been having in my head, perhaps an updated cartoon version of me. I'm drawing concept and sketches of her because I have plans to do two paintings that include her, and I want to get a feel of how she would look like and who she is and such.

    will tidy up and colour her later, hehe
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    nice start man ! love the last one keep posting...
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    heyyy hücumkedi, nice seeing you here! Thanks for commenting
    here's the coloured version...i don't think i'll colour every one of them. I just coloured one just to show how i imagine her
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    ahah waow nice coloring man!

    edit* she is so cute
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    Damn those clothing fold studies are gorgeous! I gotta check that book out.
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    I'm glad you made a sketchbook, I always liked your stuff and it's interesting to
    see your process! I definitely have to by that book, looks really useful,
    looking forward to the next update ^^
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    welcome... and ı think you start to work hard. I really like pencil and color sketches.
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    WOOHOO!!!

    hy thanks everyone! More post! 1/2 new 1/2 old stuff
    1. linearted and coloured version of the little girl sketchies
    2. studies of hands from Giovanni Civardi's book, Drawing Hands and Feet
    The following are a few years old
    3. my hands and feet
    4. Ben Barnes! I had a crush on him lol
    5. feet drawing from Sarah Simblet's book, The Drawing Book

    hucumkedi hgeyyy thanks so much, i'm so glad that such a talented artist visit my sketch thread
    dana T thanks! Barbara Bradley was an insanely talented illustrator.
    mokka thank you so much! yes Bradley gave probably the most useful tips on rendering fabrics that I have ever seen. She had obviously been studying and theorizing it for years!
    Karantina thank you so much for the encouragement....you guys give me incentive to work harder...harder !!!!!!
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