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January 21st, 2011 #1
Neon Leon's sketchbook of awesome
Here's a drawing I did of MacGyver. Any criticism is welcomed. The first picture is my drawing and then the second is the reference.
Last edited by Neon Leon; January 21st, 2011 at 03:26 PM.
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I like the lineart portrait! Do you plan to add any shading to it later?
Everything is better with dinosaurs.
January 21st, 2011 #3
Yeah, once I get better at shading I will definitely shade it.
January 21st, 2011 #4
a few more sketches, two of which are still life. The superhero guy isn't done yet and I am still messing around with the hands.
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Seems to be a solid start. You may want to start looking at Loomis or Bridgeman for anatomical studies.
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February 13th, 2011 #6
Here's a few more sketches of mine.
February 23rd, 2012 #7
Hello, I haven't posted in a while but I hope my new stuff shows improvement. I am trying to go for a cartoon/comic feel with my drawings. Any advice would be great. Thanks!
February 23rd, 2012 #8
Oh, also I would like to know what I am doing right too, so I can build on it.
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What's up, Neon Leon. Okay, what you did right...well, you're drawing traditionally and you drew a couple of still lifes. That's a good start. Now you just need to do a bunch more. You need to work on the basics...drawing cubes, cones, and eclipses, etc...to learn about form and volume.
There's a lot of tutorials around here that would get going in the right direction...you just have to look for them.
I just found this one in the Tips and Tricks section just for you (I'm going to be looking at it later too as I've never seen it before) in the stickies section:
Also, don't get discouraged....have patience and work hard. Good luck.
My Sketchbook: Criticisms and Feedback needed
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."
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