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February 27th, 2011 #1
Hi everyone, my name is Wil, i`ve been drawing since i was a lil kid but only recently started studying seriously, i`m selftaught. I`ve been lurking around conceptart for quite some time admiring the great artists around here, and i finally decided it was time to start a sketchbook, for the purpose of improving, of course, so i will greatly appreciate any tip of advice you can give me.
So today i will be posting some face studies, and i`ll update this sketchbook as often as i can, so i`ll thank any feedback you can give me from now on.
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February 27th, 2011 #2
Wow, very nice start! Glad to see that you've got the pen/pencil skills down. More more more!
Here's my Book of Sketches
"Anything you can imagine is real." --Pablo Picasso
"Nothing says, 'I couldn't care less' like Times New Roman." --Me
March 11th, 2011 #3
Thanks Cozmo, glad you liked it, time to dump what i`ve been doing lately, a lot of quick figure studies, some gesture drawings, more faces and a few sketches for some drawings in progress.
March 11th, 2011 #4
Here`s a bit more, damn i`m messy.
March 13th, 2011 #5
A few things i got done today. Once again, any criticism will be greatly appreciated.
March 15th, 2011 #6
Here are some more studies i did today. I`m trying to get as good as i can with human anatomy and portraits, so i`m mostly doing studies such as these and some gesture drawing too, i was wandering if i was right focusing on these kind of studies, any piece of advise? Thanks! And i just realized my hands suck, so i`ll be probably drawing a lot soon.
March 26th, 2011 #7
Thanks a lot violet! i haven`t really had much practive with bridgman, i was trying to get some info on the reilly drawing method but i can`t seem to find anything that will help me with it. So far i like loomis the best, and you`re right about the chins!
April 17th, 2011 #8
Well, it seems somehow my scanner is not working, so this is going to be a shorter update than planned. I got my very first wacom a few days ago, so i have been playing with it, it`s awesome, so next updates should have more digital stuff. I`m new to digital painting so I would really appreciate any advice and help you guys could give me for my development as an artist. I`m still working on some of these but here they go.
April 22nd, 2011 #9
A study i`ve been working on for to many hours now, got to move on...
April 22nd, 2011 #10
nice hatching and great light-shadows in the digi stuff! Keep on posting!
May 23rd, 2011 #11
Thanks surus! Well i`ve been lazy for some time. Now that i got a wacom i`ve been trying to figure out how to use colors, since i never tried them before ( i always worked with grayscales) and i seem to be having a lot of problems with them, i`m mainly trying to get some decent flesh tones, not easy. Here are some thingies i`ve done, i would really appreciate any advise on colors, maybe a book recommendation, basic theory, how to approach the subject, anything would help me, thanks in advance!
May 29th, 2011 #12
Thanks. Here`s another one.
June 5th, 2011 #13
Some more things, still trying to figure out flesh tones, any crit appreciated.