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Last edited by Morgan_R; January 10th, 2011 at 12:14 AM.
Princess, after John Bauer
nice start i loved the second one keep practising and download andrew loomis books and bridgman book theyr very helpful
Thank you. And yes, yes I should. In the meantime, a very quick gryphon.
A demonstration of why I should be doing anatomy studies, instead of drawing random things "from imagination."
Fun with "Fun With A Pencil"
Unicorn (because it didn't look like a horse when I was done trying to make it look like a horse)
Reference from Colourize-Stock.
You've got a great style and i can see you going far, I agree with Forrest dont let the lazy bug get you. Try to draw at least one thing everyday and try to practise the things you dont like drawing, if you let them slip past you now you'll find it harder as you get older.
I love the minimalistness that your art has but that being said try new things too. Here's a tutorial that really helped me think about composition and lighting which i think you could benefit from. http://itchstudios.com/psg/art_tut.htm
Thanks! I am drawing something every day this year (at least so far) and yeah... I wouldn't have bothered to save some of these otherwise. I just don't have time for anything more than doodles at the moment. But I definitely want/need to do more studies. Thanks for the link.