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    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!

    The art of 'Mila' - Updated December 19-12-'14

    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jramauri View Post
    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.
    Hehe thank you jrmauri. That old 'city' drawing started off randomly, and I had only eye for adding more bits to it. Dind't even realise it was way off perspective! It's fairly old too.. maybe I should redraw it these days, and see if I improved!

    I'll also take your advice on shading and get started on that this week!
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    Some great work here, love the environments Keep posting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by saltfox View Post
    Some great work here, love the environments Keep posting!
    Thank you! Here's another I made today.
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    I like your city scape in pencil, there are so many lovely textures in the drawing. Try to add more textures to your last digital landscape!
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    Thank you ranunkel What do you mean by more textures exactly? More detailing? Because the idea díd cross my mind of adding shipwreckage, maybe even some kind of pirate-cove'ish buildings on the sides of the cliffs!


    Meanwhile, more enviroment practicing.
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    Decided to try something new; Characters from ref! Guess which movie it's from ( shouldn't be hard. )

    One thing I can't get right is his face. Seems to resemble more pleading/crying than in pain.
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    Quick studies from posemaniacs. Should do more of these today if I can find time with school!
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    Did another hand study this afternoon - still having trouble with the basics, it seems. Also worked a little more on Dr. Manhatten, just before dinner arrived. And now time for foodies!
    Last edited by Mila; February 25th, 2011 at 02:08 PM.
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    Thanks for visiting my sketchbook!

    I really like the planar hand studies on the last page. I really got a sense of form while looking at them. Basics... ah... don't let the basics get you down. PUNCH THEM IN THE FACE.

    Your perspective studies are beautiful too. They look like they come naturally and I'm really jealous of that (I was never a mathematical person so perspective drawings are a little confusing for me).

    I like the looseness of your new digital painting. Try not to overwork one area at a time. Make sure you're developing other parts of the painting along with the face.

    Go, dude, go!!
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    MeZergy - Thank you for your kind words! Here's a little update on the digital painting from ref. Your advice about not overdoing one area at a time really helped me pick up the pace! Thanks for that Hopefully I'll finish it this evening.



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    Decided to clean up this environment painting and add some more textures. Still could use some work though, so feel free to drop any critiques
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    WOW man , that last painting is GREEEAT .. really love it

    good luck
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    ayou66 - Thank you!

    Should be sleeping, but couldn't be bothered. Instead, I made some environment thumbs.
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