LAST PAGE IS BEST PAGE! I Promise
Hello, and welcome!
I'm gonna try to update this sketchbook as frequently as possible.
The reason i've started this thread is to hear other peoples thoughts about my sketches. I'm not sure how this all works, but I guess i'll just try it
I'm starting with some head studies from Loomis, I think this is somewhat the best way of learning how to draw figures..
Thaks for reading & watching! (:
Here we go!
Last edited by DvrJeroen; November 18th, 2012 at 03:32 PM.
Wow, loving those head studies. I really like your style in the first picture in the second batch of drawing. Especially all the side view heads. One of the fatter gentlemen looks fantastic and I really really like it. Your drawing have that classic comic book feel I love. Keep it up!
As a side note, I like all the facial feature studies you've done but the teeth jump out on that one picture. Unless I'm doing a really detailed picture, I like to take attention away from the teeth (which almost always stand out) by drawing them as a solid mass and sketching lightly where they divide.
Good sketchbook so far dawg, keep them head studies up cause they're lookin good so far. Only thing I find a little wierd is that all your sketches seem to be very light, how hard are you pressing down with your pencil? If your using just a regular no.2 pencil I suggest goin to the store to get some 2B pencils or somethin. Anyway, welcome to CA
Dothaithanh: Thanks! i'll do.. Forrest_I: Yes i know, i draw very light, and my scanner makes tem even lighter.. I draw with a regular HB pencil atm, maybe i'll graw a softer one sometime. Prsnsweeney: thank you, i'll keep doing those studies!
I did some anatomy studies, from the very beginning