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    At least one drawing a day- now with brains! nsfw

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    Excellent! Good luck with your endeavor! =D

    My sketchbook! Looking for mad critiques, yo. =P
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...24#post3166624
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    Yesterday I went to a Svenskarnas dag gathering, so I drew people around me and what my mom said I should draw (she wanted me to draw trolls). Also I did some blind drawings of my hands, and some non-blind drawings of my hand.

    So here goes the pictures;
    gestures;


    Hands (blind/non-blind)

    Legs (muscle study/skeletal)

    Arms (muscle study/skeletal)

    Trolls



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    Things around the house, in random order;
    A frog phone, a candle, next to some magazines and my dads i-pad
    A sheep plush, and a phone charger plug in.


    I'll try to draw things around the house everyday, along with my 'at least one drawing a day'.

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    Update:
    I'm still doing the drawings everyday, I just haven't scanned any xd

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    It's really wonderful that you're starting out so young! It's okay if you don't upload every day- but be sure to draw every day and you'll be improving in no time

    I have faith in you buddy, keep going!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuestro Capitan View Post
    It's really wonderful that you're starting out so young! It's okay if you don't upload every day- but be sure to draw every day and you'll be improving in no time

    I have faith in you buddy, keep going!
    thank you!
    I will upload soon though xD

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    Ahh!
    I slacked off, but I've managed to get 1 drawing a day at least except for a couple days..
    I will get back on track
    But I lost one of my sketch books that had most of my real life drawings in them, so I'll upload some recent ones, but there still aren't much...


    ^not done/it's based of the the sea goblin fish^

    ^random^


    And a super rough digital drawing


    Also, a rough monochrome ringo


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    NEW DATE: 8/17/2011 | 14 years old

    ink&wash



    Art class;






    Art class&first time using oil pastels


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    first flower drawing;

    my spore creature, hermit;


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    Haven't been here in a while but I still draw everyday.
    I really want to be an artist, have some kind of art job when I get older

    sorry some of my stuff is transparent, you may just have to open the direct url












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    [14 y/o 1.22.12]
    Something I'm working on

    Still drawing everyday, at school mostly.
    No more art class at school, not allowed to take it both semesters but in two years I can get in to IB art.

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    /Reading looking through other 14 y/o's journals and seeing people say 'good for their age?' I thought age didn't matter.../
    I'm recording the process for this, here's where I'm at right now:


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    more!





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    Age shouldn't matter, I think people just are impressed with the progress and quality of work from someone younger than themselves. I think your work is really impressive, the improvement since the beginning is really great! If you carry on drawing everyday and improving at this rate you'll be a professional by the time you're my age (which is 19) I just wish I'd had your dedication and skill when I was your age, keep going, you're going places (:

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-May View Post
    Age shouldn't matter, I think people just are impressed with the progress and quality of work from someone younger than themselves. I think your work is really impressive, the improvement since the beginning is really great! If you carry on drawing everyday and improving at this rate you'll be a professional by the time you're my age (which is 19) I just wish I'd had your dedication and skill when I was your age, keep going, you're going places (:
    Dang!
    Thank you so much, that really brought up my spirit

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    Your very creative with the stuff you do! your small creature monkey-ish looking thing is awesome

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    Thanks, blue



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    Cool paintings. Keep up the good work. BTW, don't ignore the ears when painting the face. They can be super important in suggesting head tilt.

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    Looks like you're on the right track. Keep it up!

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    Here are studies I did on real paper





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    More stuff, I didn't include a lot of pages, because they got blurry (I double side my sketchbook) .

    I found a ref for this so I thought it would be fun haha:




    First /almost/ serious thing from my imagination in a while, drawing from real life has helped!


    Oldest, and a blanket study:


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    The skull drawing from your imagination was really cool!
    I suggest more intense shading contrast? Ebony really helps with that! And for your digital art, I'm no expert, but I read this tutorial on uniformed color palettes and I think it helped a bit. It makes the colors seen not as "default", if you get what I'm saying. Ah, and I used to have really straight lines like you do (no messy sketchiness). I don't know if it's preference, but I find using many messy lines easier for sketching.

    Oh hey! I'm around your age!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckmeow View Post
    The skull drawing from your imagination was really cool!
    I suggest more intense shading contrast? Ebony really helps with that! And for your digital art, I'm no expert, but I read this tutorial on uniformed color palettes and I think it helped a bit. It makes the colors seen not as "default", if you get what I'm saying. Ah, and I used to have really straight lines like you do (no messy sketchiness). I don't know if it's preference, but I find using many messy lines easier for sketching.

    Oh hey! I'm around your age!
    Yeah, I definitely need to work on the contrast, what's a uniformed color palette?
    My lines are straight because I like to block in the subject rather than scribble everything, I don't know if it's better though

    That's cool, I need art friends around my age, I only have one. :p

    I've been working on doing black and white photo studies, I messed up on the first one.
    The first one is done with a "chalk" brush, and the second is done with a circle brush, I wanted to see the differences.



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    My goal is to create a portfolio to get into a very nice art college in sweden, Atelier stockholm (and get a good scholarship!). A lot of my favorite artists have or are studying there, och jag kan prata på svenska till du, om du vill
    Actually I'm just learning ;P




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    So my tablet has decided to go all wonky on me, which means not that much digital art anymore.
    I'm kind of glad, because I hear traditional media helps a beginner like me way faster.
    Also I'm doing a ton of drawing this summer, so far the only thing I've done today is draw (first day of break)
    A lot of gesture/5 minute poses coming!

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    Alright, stuff I did yesterday!
    (sorry, phone pictures; too lazy to run around the house scanning them)







    I was practicing using my shoulder to draw shoulders, and decided to form a head ;p


    This one is from longer ago, a baby angel sculpture in our house


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    Pretty sweet stuff man! Let's see how much we can improve this summer. One thing I could see though is maybe improve the quality of your lines, it would really improve your work I think. You got some real nice studies going on in there.

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