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try to more think about the form and how things are build up
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October 1st, 2011 #70
Nice studies. The colors look generally good. Just try to clean up the edges more.
"You might be disappointed if you fail, but you will be doomed if you don't try"
October 3rd, 2011 #71
Thanks for dropping by my thread. You got some niiice studies here. I will be looking forward to seeing more from you
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October 26th, 2011 #77
Theres a lot of improvement you made since the first page. You seem to be getting fairly comfortable with the human figure especially the female. I saw a thumbnail of what looked like a comic page in your recent posts. I think you should push yourself to do a big project like that for you can use the knowledge you have gained. Good work, keep it up!
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October 27th, 2011 #78
hi!first some old stuff that I havent uploaded.
catwoman WIP,I was not liking how it was coming out,but was a good chance to study latex.
recently I had surgery done in my nose.Could only breathe for one nostril.while there I drew this guy(he and other 2 had NUT surgery).I know this is a really shitty sketch by it was 1 day after surgery,yeah that's my excuse lol.
this has some time...this is for a sticker type of thing that is printed and then applied to motorbikes.Im kinda stuck,the shape of the area in wich I must draw is very wierd.(also,I NEED PIRANHA REF's!)
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October 28th, 2011 #80
oow, posso escrever em português!!
muito bom começo! essa hipster tá ótima!
só uma coisa sobre copiar fotos: elas são boas para praticar. você não vai aprender muita coisa delas, mais como lidar com os materiais...
o que é bom no início, é fazer cópias dos grandes mestres e ilustradores atuais. assim você realmente aprende.
em alguns fins de semana, faça uns estudos desses caras, sem se preocupar com tempo, e vá documentando o processo.
o bom é trabalhar o maior possivel, 42cmx29, ou, melhor ainda, 60x42cm...
e, de novo, poste o processo, por que assim o pessoal ótimo daqui pode te ajudar mais!
o segredo do desenho é o processo, como você lida com os problemas durante o trabalho.
você mora na europa, pegue um bom museu e faça dele a sua segunda casa!
espero que tenha ajudado! era isso que eu precisa ouvir quando tinha a sua idade, e fui ouvir só por agora...
você ainda vai crescer muito!
Last edited by Pedro Cardoso; October 28th, 2011 at 08:14 PM. Reason: language
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December 7th, 2011 #89
shits really cool. I dig your loose style!
Check out my sketchbook
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December 7th, 2011 #90