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February 17th, 2011 #1
Cedric's Sketch Compendium
Thanks for taking a look at my sketchbook. My name is Cedric, I am an illustration student at University College Falmouth. I want to become a concept artist for the entertainment industry. You can view my portfolio at ceddo.carbonmade.com.
As usual, I really appreciate any crits you may have so fire away! I find that the hardest part of progressing as an artist is not being able to see your mistakes and limitations. If you point out my weaknesses, I will be very grateful and set out to turn them into my strengths!
And so, we shall go to sketch!
Please go to the last page for recent artwork!
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February 17th, 2011 #3
Let me be the first one to comment on your stuff. I'm glad you've gained the courage to finally start a sketchbook of your own.
some great studies above. I'd say perspective and structure are crucial things many beginners miss. So you're on the right track, don't stop doing this stuff.
The only thing I'd say is you should finetune that scanner 'cause those thin grey lines on the large white background can be really eye-hurting - at least on my monitor.
Anyway - I've already setup the first assignment in my little group - I hope you'd still like to join.
"Try again, fail again,fail better!"Samuel BeckettSketchbook
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February 18th, 2011 #4
Ah hello there.
A good start, already you have some studies, and the last portraits looks good- though you could make them even better if you put some more contrast in there (something I have to remind myself too)
Anyways, I hope to see more soon, so keep up the good work!
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March 16th, 2011 #5
@Novbert: Thanks for the feedback! I disabled color correction on the scanner which was making those blinding whites, hopefully it's a little better now. Some of the stuff I'm posting here will also be posted on the mentor thread. Sorry I've been gone a while, I'll explain in the other thread
@Naidy: Thank you for your comment I'll definitely take that into consideration for future portraits!
Anyway, here is an update. I think I'm getting better!
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hey ceddo, you got lots of thumbnails I see. I especially like the head study part from it, its very good. your also good in rendering, your using good contrast and values. so keep up the good work and good luck
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Looking hot dude! Im liking the experiments with composition
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June 8th, 2012 #12
I wasn't sure whether to create a whole new topic or not - I decided to just update this thread with some of the stuff I've been doing this year. Here we go!
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June 8th, 2012 #13
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