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November 28th, 2010 #1
My Sketchbook. Critique wanted and needed!
Hello! This is my second sketchbook now. The first was too cluttered with crap. Heh.
Anyways, I'm starting afresh in hopes of getting more critique on my imaginative and study works.
Also, I am 17(Now 18 as of July 2011), female, from New England and it's been almost a year since I started seriously drawing/digitally and traditionally painting.
Anyways, hope to improve!
Last edited by Featheredface; November 11th, 2011 at 10:10 PM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberNovember 30th, 2010 #2
another 17! Well, I'm not one yet but anyway
I think you can afford to use larger brushes or else the small strokes start to bog things down. like the purple alien's cloak.
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November 30th, 2010 #3
hey, i think you can try do play around with some textures on these images
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November 30th, 2010 #4
nice stuffs here....i really like the still life...keep it up.
Building up the courage to be more than I ever was ...
November 30th, 2010 #5
November 30th, 2010 #6
Still a WIP.
December 1st, 2010 #7
December 1st, 2010 #8
I do, yes.
December 2nd, 2010 #9
It seems like nobody (not on this site, others) is interested in my stuff very much.
What should I be drawing? I mean, what would be good to practice for the non existant potential I have?
December 4th, 2010 #10
December 4th, 2010 #11
i agree, some human and animal anatomy practise, still life is very good aswell helps you see the colours you wouldn't normaly think are there, if you compare it to a photo, also mabye give a shot at a speed painting, just go nuts with the brush strokes but try to make them useful in a way, look at these two speed paintings
mabye start the art session by doing a quick one in similar style to just losen up
then again all just a personal opinion
December 5th, 2010 #12
Hi thanks for visiting my sketchbook. You have really nice ideas and composition, I think your great strength is with colors. I agree with the people above, anatomy and still life study is a great start. Figure drawing books are good too, I personally like those of Loomis, they're great. Study values, lighting and shapes it'll spice up your colors even more. These are just my suggestions, I'm still learning too. Keep it up, you're doing great!
December 5th, 2010 #13