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Okay, this is a sketch that I did both to pass the time and to practice drawing one character's face from different angles and making sure that it looks like the same character. For that purpose I admit that she is a rather generic character, but this was only for practice purposes. I would really appreciate some feedback on aspects of this sketch that I could improve on.
Okay, this is a locket that I drew as a break from drawing manga (hehe, yeah, I focused a lot on that). It was quite refreshing. Also the background on this was rushed and this is not drawn in actual size (obviously).
Hi there, welcome to CA and I like manga too! Though I'm learning how to draw it. The character sketches are great.
Keep going, keep drawing!
My Sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=202920
This is another sketch I did. I drew my brother (well I tried, he doesn't like to sit still for long). I started with his eye, then yeah. Also the thing that looks like a bad ghost (according to my brother) is a towel that I draped over a door knob. Also the round thing in the left hand corner is a caricature of myself...yeah my face is not that round.
yet another sketch of my brother from behind. the main problem i encountered was, again, getting him to stay still.
Hi, how are you? I'm not very familiar with manga, as it's not my style- do hope to get into it one day tho!
In terms of your character, I think it's good. I don't see anything really wrong with it. I would suggest studying anatomy-- a lot of anatomy. But wait, scratch that...
I don't know how many people suggest this, but what I personally found help me out was drawing box rotations, ellipse rotations, and just general shape rotations, start with 2d shapes, 2d letters, and 2d number rotations... I know that sounds really wierd. But trust me, do this for a week or a month and you'll see yourself jump to a higher level. It's like eating vegetables, because you get bored really quick- like "what Am I doing?? AAARRGH!"... But It's simply understanding form and perspective. Do that, and you'll improve quicker in no time!
well, peace. keep it coming!
Behind every great master is a great student...
Imagination is more important than knowledge- Albert Einstein...
NEW SKETCHBOOK -- http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...40#post3743640
OLD SKETCHBOOK: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...25#post2543225
crapola! i just realized i put 2010 instead of 2011! yeah, most of these were drawn this year with the exception of the first drawing which was done last december. damn, need to get my head in 2011 mode.