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August 3rd, 2012 #131
Keep pushing, man ! You should start doing greyscale studies because I think you've got the hang of shading. Then it's a matter of practice before you can move on to color.
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August 5th, 2012 #132
Psychobuddy & Jaik: Thanks mates! i will study him in near future. Fuck, only 4 months left and it's already a year? need to work harder, psychoooooooooooooo!
Joe777k7: Oh, thank you so much! :> Had done only 1 Life Drawing and no more.. hard to find sources, private hours are full and you have to wait like 1-2months before your first hour.. and when you'r there, it's only 2hours per week, so, fuck that.. it's pretty complicated here about the gestures, hard to say.. it's kind of thing that you have to feel.. it's the Action where your attention should go, if you check my gestures, they'r not clean Gestures but mix of gesture+form, when you do gesture, all your attention should go for the Action, what the figure is doing? that's what you have to feel and draw. Learn also something about rhythm, it's part of it, upon that you can build whole figure by applying basic forms & complex forms etc depending on anatomy.. check Vilppu Drawing Manual and Michael Hampton - Figure Drawing
Pete Hidalgo: Haha, thank you!
IanLlanas: Thanks! No mechanical on gestures, otherwise yes, if i want extra sharp edge or something extra detailed i'll grab the Mechanico Pencilo but i dont use it often, when i will able to draw more precisely and be more concentrated, i'll fuse with her.
Psychobuddy: Thank you buddy im not so sure if im doing things right, but i hope so it's a bit hardcore to study from books where i have to translate 60% of the words and being not sure if the translation was correct, or if my brain understand it the correct way.. so i spend like 1 hour on one page depending on author, asking myself what da fuck what da fuck, fucking puzzle game.. hope i understand it well..
aks9: Thanks bro! loool, man, awesome avatar! love it!
ozark: Mmmmmmmm, i'm mega afraid of painting that's why i am letting it for the end, my knowledge of values, color and light is bad and i have no clue how to think when painting stuff or doing photostudies, what kind of brush, what opacity to use or how to start things off etc.. dont know the correct process&technique how i should do this stuff.. and to be true, im not sure by myself when i shade something but thank you, really appreciate your words!
August 9th, 2012 #133
August 9th, 2012 #134Draw or Die !
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August 13th, 2012 #135
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August 13th, 2012 #136
August 16th, 2012 #137
Good to see you putting a lot of effort, keep at it!
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August 16th, 2012 #138
I have a suggestion for you. You do lots of studies, which is cool but the other important think is to develop your imagination.
I have some friends with who i make sessions, we draw some characters, etc for 20 minutes and we exchange our sketches, if you are interested we can try. pm me.
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August 19th, 2012 #139
Fuck, thanks guys so much, unfortunately i cant update stuff because i am on holidays with family, i draw here very little and more time i spend with reading books, i was working on worksheet that i want to follow after coming back home, soooo maybe you could give some your thougts how it should be orderly for maximum performance in progress, check it out, check it out
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August 19th, 2012 #140
Hey man! Soon. Uhm for your warm up, I'd consider cutting out, well okay I'll put it this way, after doing it once you're gonna be pretty damn bored with drawing straight lines and spheres. I'm not sure how much that would really teach you too. I know it's just a warm up but shouldn't everything be focused on improving, maybe find a comfort zone or something and draw that for a warm up. As an example; if it were me, I'd draw eyes during that warm up time. Anyway, just something to think about. Maybe try and dedicate some more time to working out of your head as well. Trust me, if there isn't a proper balance between study and personal work, things get messy really quickly. Uhm yeah...hopefully that helped.
August 19th, 2012 #141Trust me, if there isn't a proper balance between study and personal work, things get messy really quickly.
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It looks that there are some massive preparations. I think that you don't need any special program for making progress. Study/ draw everything you have problems with. Work on your weaknesses. That's all.
Are going to draw 6 hours a day? you are crazy. Hope your back will survive
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August 21st, 2012 #143
Damn, so organised lol, maybe I should look at something like this, I spend way too much time just staring into space trying to work out what to do. You've done a lot of figures, which is really good, I would use figures as maybe the warm up for maybe 20min then get into anatomy muscle studies or something. I wouldnt put a huge emphasis on proportion as figure drawing will eventually ingrain that in you. Just my 2cents, I wish you luck
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