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    Alex Petrov's sketchbook - current page 5

    Removed those, in order to change the icon, sorry
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    ur hatch lines are cool.. keep on posting mate
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    Here's some more from me. Mainly pencil sketches from observation
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    Really nice rendering man, i expecially like the eyes on the last image. great stuff
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    Here's the last ones for a while. The eye and horse are stylization projects I am working on, the digital one is just a sketch from a reference, I wanted to play with, I added the environment and tried for the character to fit well in it. Maybe with some critisizm, I would make that into a finished piece. Enjoy!

    On another note: how can I change the topic's thumbnail
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    Some stuff from the last couple of days.

    First a figure study I did for 30 mins. It was preceeded by the ink sketches which took about 10 mins.
    Next is another one from life - Took about 30 mins.
    The next two are some studies from photos I did tonight, inspired from other people's sketchbooks.
    Last one is an oil sketch I did a couple of days ago, which took me 3 hrs.
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    Quite impressive works here. May I ask how long you draw?
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    Nice work. Your sketching is very well developed, and those last few life drawings are looking quite accomplished.

    I think if you edit your first post so the top attachment is the picture you want as your thread icon, it'll automagically become your thread icon. I have deleted all of my original first post attachments and I just attach the single picture, which works quite well.
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    I've drawn for maybe 3 years, more seriously, but the last two I study graphic design and visual comunication in a local university, where we have drawing and painting classes. I am not very pleased with the professionalism of most of my teachers, but my drawing and painting tutors are good and give valuable feedback.
    First I started going to tutoring sessions for about 2 years, once a week. Back then I was still in high school, studying maths and informatics, so not much time for drawing. Then I prepared myself and applied to university.
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    First Is my exam work on perspective. Nothing impressive.

    Second is a sketch I did awhile ago.

    Third and fourth are a couple of stylizations I am doing on a project I work on.

    Critics are strongly adviced!!! I'd apreciate some.
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    The last two pictures have really more effect with colour. Love the eye.
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    I love this one, great colors and nice brushing, I love the lost edges, solid looking anatomy and dream like mood. You seem to be at a good speed with the anatomy studies too. Some of them have slight structure problems like facial features not following a straight center line or the basic framework being slightly off but those will get fixed with practice so keep at it! I don't know if you're familiar with George B. Bridgman's books but if you aren't, he's got a great way of teaching the forms of a human body in a way that empathizes thinking about form in simplest terms before going to detail. I think his Complete Guide is a must-read for anatomy enthusiasts.

    Looking at your work in Deviantart, you seem to be able to get a really solid feel on the anatomy with the longer poses. Great legs especially, on this one, this one and this one. Wish I could draw as correct looking feet as you some day. This face also has loads of depth.

    Thanks a lot for the in depth comment on my SB! Keep this thread growing!
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