Great sketchbook, intense studies, I'm inspired! Good job
Happy new year guys, love what you do and have patience & discipline! cheers!
I dont have much time to draw these days, i work like a madman, but.. the more i work the more i miss drawing and the passion still grows inside
LtPlissken: I know, always the same stuff, bro, until now it was all about practicing the fundamentals, now it's time try new approaches and stuff everybody likes.. i want this year make some finished illustration no matta what!
fefe73: Thank you Fefe
Bri in the sky: Appreciate!
ecki: Thanks bro! Yeah it shows but i stil struggle alot! will see what will come next..
I decided to try record myself while drawing, for some reason i could't focus like i would wanted, but whateva.. will do more of these.
300-400% speed up
Have lost some of the original psd files because of crash.. This month was very weak, to much work and less time for drawing.
Just as you said, making finished full illustrations for this year is a very good goal,
you should follow that path, I am here to support. Studies are studies, but there
is a need to do something finished, just like a vampire needs blood, you need
some finished pieces now. Be it traditional or digital. Try to spend as much time
on them as you can. Test your current skill level and potential. A fully rendered
pencil or digital piece. I am looking forward to see that one. Anyway, it’s Saturday
now, we should have some party and fun time with our friends. Cheers.
Thank you everyone, weird times these days ;/
hey buddy, long time no see. Great progress since my last visit I must say. When you do the studies and doodles I'd suggest you to always keep the page layout and design in mind. Don't look at the blank sheet of paper as it is never ending space where you can throw out anything anywhere. It will help you organize and communicate the ideas and studies. Keep well!
Good news, i have more time again so i can draw more..
Jr.Molcak: Hmmm, im not exactly sure but i will try that idea to apply, thanks Juraj!
Wow man! You've come really far. Your understanding of form and anatomy came along really nicely.
I'd highly recommend giving yourself an illustration topic and doing a big finished painting / drawing. I think it's really important to do that, to tie everything you've learned together.
Good studies! I recommend doing a lot more action poses and new angles, less of the frontals.
Always try moving out of your comport zone
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