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June 23rd, 2012 #196
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June 26th, 2012 #197
Hey man!That violin girl really really turned out nice!I love the blockiness it has!
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July 14th, 2012 #198
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July 17th, 2012 #199
So I went a certain distance with the violin lady and went fuck it, I'm sick of it, then didn't draw for two weeks.
So here's as far as I got. Back to doing doodles, but don't have anything else to share.
So much for consistency. Oh well, back on the ball!
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July 22nd, 2012 #200
Some of what I've been up to. Most of this is from within the last 12 hours because mostly, I've been doodling/doing blind contours.
Drew a lot of this while watching the Tour de France livestream. Alas, it's over for another year. Congrats to Wiggins and the Brits, they've done well this year!
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August 14th, 2012 #205
Painted with acrylics in class today! Sorry, I thought it was dry but apparently it wasn't when I stuck it in my sketchbook, so there's bits of white paper attached to some of the trees. Alas.
Also I'm pretty sure if my teacher wasn't as nice a person as she is (it's a beginner's class, so) she would have been breathing down my neck going WIPE YOUR BRUSH and MORE WATER. I kept putting the paint on too thickly and forgetting to wipe my brush.
It was really fun trying not to use black and white, though. Managed not to use black, but I ended up having to use white for the sky.
August 19th, 2012 #206
I think with the faces you're bunging down the features before working out where they go first. Throw some guide lines down first. Still, you're improving, knuckling down does that.
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August 19th, 2012 #207
... adding to what Black Spot says... try to get the head shapes right first... work big to small. Even if eyes are misplaced on a well drawn head, it will look more correct than well placed eyes on a skewed shaped head.
Making your shapes (3D volumes) read is one of the most difficult things to do (I'm still learning it), but once you're there, everything else become immensely easier (light/value/color/detail/etc).
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September 26th, 2012 #208
Black Spot & p sage: Thanks for the advice! I'll do some studies and work on my volume and so on.
Lolwhoops barely did anything the last month.
Here's stuff from class, as well as the WIP which is taking forever because I have the attention span of a gnat.
Barely done anything in weeks. I hate that; I feel like I'm busy, but I'm actually not, I just get exhausted when I've done everything I need to do so I slack off on everything else, because by the time I have free time to draw and stuff, I'm too tired to feel any motivation.
I hate that.