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    Somelar's sketchbook.

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    Some latest and very quick sketches in PS.

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    You obviously have a strong drawing background, because these first posts look great! What is your goal for studying? Keep posting!
    -I often post from my phone; so please excuse the typos
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    Nice start!!!
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    Thanks, guys

    My drawing background is only my own observation from life and lessons from books of drawing and calssical painting etc... no artistic direction from teachers and art supervision at all (unfortunately). I study history in university at the moment, so i don't have no time to draw much. Only some sketches.

    I want to learn classical ways and principles to do art, so i have strong basic skills. (in perspective, composition, colours and so)
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    You look very professional already, very nice!
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    great profiles..
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    hi
    here is my latest quick sketch. Not good at all, i know, but still... i like his face. So, i made some variety of characters. They looks stupid. If you want, you can change this picture (overpaint or whatever), i give up with this one


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    Tere Rauno,
    Ma õpin maalimist ja maalingute restaureerimist Tartu Kõrgemas Kunstikoolis, digitaalset maalimist olen ise õppinud.
    Kus sa ajalugu õpid?
    Minu arust võiksid rohkem teha värviõpinguid photoshopis ja vb natuke laiendada oma õpimaterjale.
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    Nice citrus study, try doing more painting from life, it's a great exercise.
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    Hey, thanks for looking at my sketchbook. No, man, they don't look stupid. They have character and style. You're pretty good for not having much time to draw, imagine if you had more time. Anyways, I'd suggest getting some life sketches up there. You know, people studying, eating, walking around. Keep it up!
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    Thanks guys for you suggestions! Much appreciated!

    One of my very first sketch in photoshop. Called "into the sky"
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