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Thread: Skechim's Sketchbook
April 15th, 2011 #1
this is my first sketch book critiques,suggestions,hell even tounge lashings are mush appreciated since all I want is to improve
Last edited by skechim; August 17th, 2011 at 12:50 AM.
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How do i stop the the double imaging.
Last edited by skechim; August 17th, 2011 at 12:40 AM.
April 20th, 2011 #3
need to draw more ,I also forgot to introduce myself
I bring more sketchs!!!each done on a separate day except for the last one where each the adult creature was done yesterday and the child-baby-thing was done today.
Last edited by skechim; April 28th, 2011 at 01:02 AM.
April 29th, 2011 #4
I bring you mien scribbles!!!
It's been some time and I did not update last week, fortunately I update today.here are things from ether the imagination or observation with some shame....oh yeah I decided to finally try to attempt an interior(need critique). Also the last two sketches were something meant for a competition that I had given up on even though now I get the feeling that I should just "Throw my hat into the ring".
May 1st, 2011 #5
July 26th, 2011 #6
Looking good, I can already see a little improvement from your first post to the latest. It's good to see that you're tackling busy compositions this early into your work; keep up the observational drawings.
If you haven't already taken a look at it, I'd suggest picking up a copy of Betty Edward's "The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain." I sling this book around here a lot, but I can't speak highly enough about it's ability to take beginners to another level. It also gives a great list of exercises and how to do them (contour drawings, negative space, etc.).
A lot of your drawings and lines are looking rather skewed, I'm not sure if that's just because of how the pictures were taken or if you're drawing them that way, but keep an eye out for that (and use a mirror to help you see). Make sure that your right angles are actually right angles and not leaning one way or another.
Keep up the work, looking forward to seeing you grow.
Last edited by Prophet; July 26th, 2011 at 10:32 AM.
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August 10th, 2011 #7
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July 9th, 2012 #11
The last set of figure drawings are really nice.
Try to maintain a simular level of subtlety with your digital work.
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July 21st, 2012 #12
July 21st, 2012 #13
There is a big difference in level between some of your figure studies. I think some were done after bridgman, as i recognise some of his sketches. So it makes me point out the fact that you must not forget to understand what you are drawing and why. Don't just copy the lines, but understand as well. Try drawing a pose several times, the same pose from different angles, construct with cubes and spheres, etc.
And most importantly keep posting, progress is just a matter of time
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