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December 30th, 2010 #1
One Twin Trying To Be Better Then The Other
Hello there, my name is brook and i am 21 year who is studying graphic design. I had no idea that drawing was important to graphic design and so i want to improve my skills in traditional and the digital side. My goal is to improve and like everyone else, i want to make great artwork. I have this dream of going to vancouver film school.
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Hey there, glad to hear you guys started a sketch book!
If you let us know a bit more of what you're trying to accomplish in your drawing skills --color, form, texture, creativity etc... We can better advise you in your future posts.
For now, let's just see some more stuff!
And when you do start posting, let us know whose drawing it is, of course.
December 30th, 2010 #3
Just a few drawing i did for fun. I was mainly trying to accomplish some tone and value in my drawings and having to practice drawing faces.
@kiwigarbage: Okay we will do that in the future.
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December 31st, 2010 #4
This is Brook posting here. I have posted a spider machine which was made in google sketch up and placed in photoshop to paint and other machine sketches. I have trouble with anatomy and i don't really feel comfortable using a pencil so i got that Andrew Loomis - Figure Drawing for all it's Worth PDF and giving that a great read and doing a lot of practice with it. it. I need to really get more confident using a pencil i think. Tell me what you think and am i going in the right direction.
December 31st, 2010 #5
I dig your inks man keep it up and have a good one
sketchbook updated October 6th
December 31st, 2010 #6
One problem I see is that it will be difficult for people to keep track who did what, so it will be difficult to give personal critique. Otherwise, the PS painting is pretty amazing, the linework seems to be good, keep it up! Post more anatomy studies.
January 1st, 2011 #7
@ pixel cheetah : fair point but we will see what happens for now.
This is Brook. I concentrated on anatomy by doing some pose maniacs stuff but i think 30 seconds is not enough for me so i will probably go for a much long time. I have more anatomy stuff which i will post more tomorrow morning but the scanner seem to work when it suited it so i only have these nine poses, i think i have the right idea.
January 2nd, 2011 #8
This is Brook. Did some anatomy study and hand study today, some of them are referenced while others are not. I like some of the work i did today but i need to still practice more.
January 2nd, 2011 #9
Do not draw the boobs like big circles, they are not!
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January 2nd, 2011 #10
Thanks for that, i will not be making that mistake again. Anything else i should fix?
January 2nd, 2011 #11
Nice manakin studies, but be careful to look at the length of the arms and legs compared to the torso. In the Central figure of the last post's 4th picture they look especially short. As for posemaniac's gestures, you don't really learn much from the quick gestures unless you know your anatomy and are just looking for movement. I'd recommend trying to really capture the pose by just looking at the picture instead of using the gesture timer first.
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