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    inexperienced's sketchbook

    ok so let me start off by saying im a junior in high school, and ive just recently started painting/doodling in sketchbook pro.so here are a few of my paintings/doodles. COMMENTS PLEASE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    it's just a torso. not sure what else to say. try drawing the whole body.

    maybe you should focus on expressing your own feelings and finding some ideas naturally before you begin on anatomy. anatomy isn't useful right at the begining.

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    Hello! Just poking through sketchbooks and thought I'd leave an "I Was Here" comment.

    It's tough to make a comment based on one piece. My first thought: fill the page. Either draw larger, or put more than one sketch on a page. (Sketchbook pages are meant to be filled, after all, and white space doesn't tend to be nearly as educational as even a sloppy doodle, in my limited experience.) Barring that, crop the white space.

    Keep at it!

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    What? Crop the picture, the white space is unnecessary, also what is there to say? One torso isnt a good idea, it doesn't serve a purpose. Try drawing a whole body or a face or something; whatever, no matter how sketchy at least it would make more sense.

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    one more sketch

    this is an eye i made while messing around in art rage

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    the butterfly

    this girl i was talking to wanted me to paint a butterfly. soo this is my first time ever drawing a butterfly.

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    recomendations

    ok so i have found out that to get into the college of my dreams SCAD i need to produce a portfolio. so does anyone have any recommendations of what i should include in my portfolio.

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    Hey, im actually a junior over at scad right now. Just thought i'd drop a few tips on you before you apply. First off i can see that in your head you can visualize what your looking to create, which is a good start. But tablets arent a good medium to begin learning on. You should be able to do almost anything in physical medium that you can do in digital! What scad is going want to see for a portfolio are still lifes, expressive color studies (color is a big deal over here, BRIGHT ONES!), figure drawings ect.

    But scad is a very expensive school, and your foundation studies needn't be taken here. What i did, and what i recommend to everybody anywhere is to go to a community college with a strong arts program. Start there, learn the basics, experiment with different mediums (charcoal, pastel, oil and acyrilic painting, photography) and feel what suits you best. Not only will you get a more relaxed introduction to art, but you will also save 60,000 thousand dollars.

    On your sketchbook so far i think your best sketch is your eye! you have some color sensitivity there. Keep doing anatomy studies and before you know it you'll learn so much.

    Hope i could help! keep it up!

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    havent been on in awhile

    I've been kinda busy so I haven't posted anything

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