Let's start! 8)
Let's start! 8)
Last edited by hu-ha; September 4th, 2014 at 05:41 PM.
Hey thanks for stopping by my sketchbook!!
So far as suggestions go, I'd say looking at where you want to be and backtracking, I myself would love to be able to draw convincing people and environments, huge epic illustrations pretty much lol, so I'm starting with anatomy studies and building from there. I'd tell you to try something similar. Apart from that lots of hard work, don't worry about your art not looking great thats what sketchbooks are for. The sooner you hear where you may be going wrong the sooner you can concentrate on it and squish that problem. It's great you found CA early, its a really amazing environment to grow as an artist. Best of luck and keep on drawing
Hey, just had a look through your deviantart, some really awesome stuff you have.
I see you got a nice illustrative style developing, and you have some really interesting concepts.
I'd keep up the studies so that what you learn will improve your imaginitive works, particularly anatomy studies.
You can look for Loomis's books too.(Sorry if you already know about them xD)
They're all in english I'm afraid, but you'll most definitely still get some use out of them. Keep up the good work, mate!
Hello, i forgot about this topic. Thank You for kind comments yeah i know Loomis, but i should use his books more.
I was playing with ink and made about 15 pages of crap, also my hands sketchbook reached 20 filled pages. Here are two speed inkz, ruskies from photo drawn poorly and in hurry and little illustration
Last edited by hu-ha; September 12th, 2011 at 01:27 PM.
Great job on that image of the soviet revolution. Now give us more !
recently i had tons of work but now i won contest and only thing torturing me are my grades. I drew some ideas lurking in my head, for my own pleasure
even the starry sky is impressive!
And congrats on winning the contest!
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Nice stuff, especially the last piece and the one with all the geometry sticking into the orifices of the head/face.
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Thank You so much folks!!!
Sushy hmm what i can say, that was about "presenting collection". I wouldn't call my work good but mindless effort i've put in it was even impressing. But I didn't take the pictures
Now I'm working on comission (A2), I bet you saw dat face somewhere
Hello, I forgot about few sketches, mainly from my trip to museum+graveyard and playing with new pens while lying in bed (yup i see its crooked).
PS tell me if two pics are too wide
Last edited by hu-ha; September 12th, 2011 at 01:29 PM.
Hey, haven't had time to reply back this week! I'll fix that now.
Nice idea with using a calendar, it actually looks pretty cool with the ink lines. I especially like the inked shoes - they look very professional. Not much advice or help I can give at the moment, so just keep working, that's what always helps . Looking good!
Thanks for stopping by my book, very nice work on your Stalin - it's good to see you are not afraid to use extreme dark shades. Using that range of value is what makes an image pop. Keep it up man
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