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So I've finally worked up the courage to make a sketchbook here. I hope this'll stimulate me to work extra hard. If I can make it, I'd like to be an animator, but there's still so much to learn! Anyway, I'll put up some pictures. Some of these are two or three months old, but I still like them. Which worries me, because I feel like I'm not improving fast enough
A quick sketch/doodle thing to try to employ colours better:
A little doodle to take a five min break from animating. I know anatomy's not my forte, but I'm working on it.
I'm just amusing myself. Once my vacation's over I'll have more time to actually draw
mh, i think i have to try my tablet. things drawn with this looks really better then the pencil things.
your last entries are still kewl, like the others. would you finish them?
Last edited by Gobi; April 22nd, 2011 at 06:42 AM.
I'm gonna enter the teen challenge. Or at least make an attempt at creating something. This is where I am right now:
Some of the proportions look a bit wierd but many of the crouquis look really good. I think you got potential man, keep on drawing =D
Probably won't be able to finish it, since I leave on holiday today
Those trees definitely need to be darker. I feel like my whole value scheme is messed up
first of all gain knowledge, then start painting from imagination
so studies of photos, screencaps, life stills and anatomy
Andrew Loomis - Figure Draw For All It's Worth or michael hampton- figure drawing - design and invention
and for enviros
I started studying 'Drawing the Head and Hands' by Loomis, and I already feel like it's working I also bought 'Color and Light' by James Gurney, and my, is it amazing! I'm going to reread it soon, and try to apply what he explains to what I paint.
thanks for dropping by
i recommend you to buy Imaginative Realism also written by gurney