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    Sketches of Midnight

    Anyone reading this thanks for dropping by, and feel free to comment!

    Like many others here my ideal is to become a concept artist/character creator. Using clay, 3D programs or drawing doesnít matter to me as all i want to do is create creatures, people, worlds, machines, basically anything that I can create and make in some way. I want help others be as immersed as I am in watching films and playing games by laying the artistic foundations. Itís a long road ahead and I have only just decided what I want out of life, so in this sketchbook Iím going to train so i can become good enough to show the images and ideas in my head to the world.

    Iíd say Iím a complete novice and all help & crits are appreciated!



    *17/8/11*
    Back to having lots of free time for arty work!

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    some digital

    just some digital bits

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    study

    a quick hogarth study

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    Sketch

    Some more sketches, and the first time i have ever drawn a woman.

    Also a slow work day, need to pick up speed.

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    Haha, I'm quite the beginner myself, here's to getting better!

    I like how you're getting along with your studies, the contour lines on the arms/hand are especially nice. Do you have any books? If not, I'd recommend anything from Loomis (you can find his stuff online). It's great for beginners, and was recommended to me as well.

    Although your anatomy sketches are very nice, I'd personally say to go back to do some simpler stuff. Find a ball or any cube-like structure around your house and put it next to a lamp. Draw/shade in what you see, and try to understand what causes the shapes and how light behaves on it. If it helps, do some line on the ball as you also did with the arms. These can help tremendously, as after you have a firm grasp of these more simplier shapes, they can help you build a more 3-d model of the human body (or anything really) out of it.

    Can't wait to see more of your stuff! Definitely going to follow your thread c:

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    somthing

    Hey, thanks for looking in at my stuff. Iíve been working through Loomis fun with the pencil, really enjoying it.

    Iíll spend some time working on shapes then, thanks. Iíve been neglecting drawing from life as i find it easier to draw whatís in my head or in front of me on paper, but i guess hiding from it wonít help

    And a quick sketch as i donít want any wasted posts

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    Your feet and hands look great. I'd recommend zooming in on other parts of the torso in the same way and really trying to get all the little details down. Don't worry if you spend an hour drawing an areola, that's art!

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    Some life, and a dragon with bad teeth

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    Thanks. and thanks for the tip. Ill spend some time on detailing some torso

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    sketches and studies

    Just a few new sketches and studies, anymore advice on what i should work on would be stellar

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    Gestures/ posemaniacs

    Seem like gestures and posemaniacs kick my ass. I think i need to be looser with them.

    Sorry for the image lines, had to adjust the levels in Photoshop as my scanner didnít pick up the lines to well.

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    Some Stuff

    Some new studies and an image that i came up with.

    Feet and hands seem to be the weakest point, need to work on that

    Feel free to critique it to pieces

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    I can see improvement, and you're very prolific. The more, the better! What I'm wondering though, after seeing these pages, is if you set up guidelines when you draw your figures, or are you just drawing the outlines? I'd recommend doing some speed sketches with only straight and slightly curved lines representing the most basic structure.

    I've been doing the very thing I've suggested and my most recent post in my sketchbook has a couple of pages of 10 and 30 second stick figure sketches where I was really trying to capture the essence of the position that the model was in.

    I hope I as able to help!

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    Pretty decent stuff so far! Although your poses are stiff. Do more gestures and make them more fluid.

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