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This sketchbook was started long ago and it shows. There's some awful and suprising work in her that I totally forgot about.Today, I realise I've come a long way from my first drawings from the first page of this SB. ConceptArt.org has motivated me to become best at what I like to do: paint and draw.
Feel free to check out my old submitted work below, or follow my recent work on the last page(s)
Latest work - Latest page!
Last edited by Mila; June 2nd, 2014 at 11:48 AM.
First off, I'll start with my first tablet-colored work that I started after just recently browsing on CA.
Secondly, a really old piece of work I started when I was bored. I never finished it and just trimmed the side off on the left. ( With a horrible gradient, as you can see )
and last but not least, a character I recently tried.
Posting some old studies
Please feel free to crit / comment !
I really like the houses...really
Anatomy needs work...according to those old sketches...post some new ones.. even take photographs. I too am missing a scanner and at the moment camera is the most accessible medium..
My sketchbook Comments & Crits always welcome!
The houses are much work - as I see you are not lazy so the progress will come. The apple need highlights and the shadow is too bright beneath it. Where the apple touch the table or whatever the shadow must be almost black and fades in the end. Keep working on anatomy too
The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step! Great start, can't wait to see where you go (and thanks for the comments on my sketchbook )
this is really cool:
some beginner's advice. make sure you apply all your anatomical knowledge. i've been drawing for quite some time now and for a while i didn't make any progress on my imaginative figures because i didn't try to understand the link between anatomy studies and figure drawings. so make sure you incorporate some of that knowledge so it doesn't go to waste.
keep posting. :-)
kitana_mk -Thanks for the advice! I'm currently working on using my tablet more for painting. Need more color/lighting studies!
goldilockz - Thank you, hopefully I'll go a long way!
Catish - Glad you like the houses. There's more, but it's unfinished. I've been wondering if I should finish it or not. I'm afraid after all this time you'll be able to spot a huge difference in style compared to the rest of the drawing.
razen_sketch - Thanks man. I'll have to force myself doing more these days. Can't give up!
Meanwhile - I started a enviroment painting in Photoshop yesterday. WIP for now, but I'll try to work on it as much as possible and keep updating here. ( Bear with me, I have no idea what I was doing there. )
ooOOOhhh loving the city scape. I want to see more like that pleeeeease!
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Busy lately, but managed to produce enviroment speedpaint today. I have to admit, at first I was about to get rid of it because it just wouldn't look right but I just kept working and discovered new things I added. ( the lone character, the low sunlight ) Eventually I'm fairly pleased by it!
What did I learn today? Dont give up and just keep trying new things.
razen_sketch - Aye, at first I was thinking about letting sunlight filter in through the windows, but I decided to make it dark and gloomy. ( As seen in the back of the picture ) Now I have to adjust the rest of the picture to that mood and ofcourse, finally finish it :p
Meanwhile, I tried 90 seconds posemaniacs drawing today. As you can see, it was a disaster... I can't even complete a single drawing under 90 seconds yet.
Great start, man! The hands studies are going well. Practive a lot, because hands are hard to do.
I like this piece very much too, even if the perspective is off. It has personality, and this is important!
About the apple on the first post, I strongly recommend you to search on web how to shade correctly cubes, spheres, cilinders and cones, they are the base for everything that sorround us. Spend a lot of time learnin how to draw them correctly and how to render them under diferent lighting conditions. Study this togheter with anatomy and you will improve drastically. Good luck, I'll mantain an eye on your SB.
I'll also take your advice on shading and get started on that this week!
Some great work here, love the environments Keep posting!