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    Nestor's Superhot Sketchbook

    Hello everyone, this is my first post. My goal is to become a freelance illustrator/concept artist, i have been drawing on and off for the past three years.

    I am going to upload my sketches and studies here, so feel free to drop in and say hi.
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    Hello, Nestor, welcome to ConceptArt!

    Some interesting work so far, certainly. You have not declared any aims so I hope this general advice is of use and not too pedantic.

    It looks like you are training a proper sense of detail in terms of shapes - shoulder blades, vertebrae, folds of flesh and veins. However, the proportions are not very comfortable, leading the good details to have a certain lack of cohesion and fall apart. It may do you good to do some heavy pre-drawing, tracing (straight) lines horizontally and vertically to see how things inter-relate. It helps to think of proportions as a separate task - i.e., you can be good at shading but not at proportions and train them separately.

    A little note on shading - you have shaded these drawings almost as-if they are marble, perhaps because the highlights are strong and shadows straight. Real flesh has several layers of differing properties and capturing that leads, I believe, to a sense of warmness and physicality.

    Keep drawing and I hope to see more!
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    hello,

    good start. nice bum detail. lol.

    it would be more useful to say a little bit about your background and where you want to go in your first post. then people can help you more.

    first advice is to draw the head and legs as well as just the torso.
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    join to me to make beautiful drawings.
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    Thnx for the comments guys.

    Jeroen, thank you for the critique. I will be updating pretty often.

    Catish, you're right, i'll be updating the first post soon to include more details.
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    OhgodIloveyouranatomy. I think it would wicked if you posted a surrealist sort of painting with your anatomical details focused on like the torso of a person. Dunno, sorry for spouting out random words.
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    A few studies i did for a piece and a self portrait i've been working on for a couple of days.
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    Nice work, especially the colouring. Keep it up
    "How'd you like them apples?"

    ->Sketchbook <-
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    Thank you Dsacc!
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    realistic skins ... i am impressed .
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    My final piece for 's latest drawing jam.
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    Welcome to CA!

    Loving the first pieces you posted.
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