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    1sketchaday

    HI all
    I wanted to start my sketchbook here that Im (obliged) to work daily 'cause I dont want to go back to square one again
    There is lot of work remain to be done.
    no sorting here got no time.
    Here some sketchs tht ive done 1 month ago
    Any criticisms are much appriciated ,I really want to IMPROVE

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    I know there is some weird human faces here

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    I will try to make at least one portrait a day and I will try to get better as I attempt to correct the damage that lack of practice has done.
    this one done yesterday

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    Hi, I like what i see so far, your gestures and your portraits are looking good, but trying going in and rendering the figures that you draw. Also don't stop and have year long breaks or whatever, the only way to get better is too constantly be working.

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    SORRy for the big size from now on i'll post normal size
    @psychobuddy thx for the encouragements

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    I wouldn't worry too much about rendering if you are just doing gesture drawings, since the goal is to get the spirit of the pose. But based on your last post you can render pretty well (as far as the face goes). Just keep drawing

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    @ghast thanks for the comments
    another one i from observation t takes me an hour I don't know if this is too much regard to the outcome
    something wrong with th eyes ? feel free to comment.

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    hi shypod

    glad too se you're posting.
    your rendering is pretty nice. Concerning the eyes perhaps, you could render them more in order to avoid blurry effect. this would also direct the eyes into the eyes.

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    @zou THX for encouragements
    PORTRAIT 1H15

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    Drawing gesture 45 S

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    PORTARIT 1H15

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    I want it evil he looks funny XD

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    post n11 is pretty good

    the last one would be worked more, but it a good start


    keep on the good work

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    PORTRAIT 1H

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    Nice start to a sketchbook. Looks like your using a soft brush for most of these paintings, try out a harder brush for your block in and once you get all of the shaping and value contrast between those shapes right, switch to the softer brush to finish. Keep it up.

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    hi

    this portrait is pretty nice. Watch out your proportions. always check , recheck again and again. The distance between nose and upper lips is a bit long. Your could easily shorten it by selecting the whole jaw and move it upward. His vest is also higher

    Your color variation is a good point, keep up your good work.

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    thanks guys
    @palladium thx for the trick, I will try it next time
    @you are right sometimes I focus in details and forget the essential there is always something that doesn't add up
    todays I try to focus on the structure of face , I'm kind of having some problems with muscular structure

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    pencil portrait 1H20
    the mouth and the head was re-bored 3 times .
    I cannot yet reach the likeness .

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    10 MN each one, except the last and (worst) one XD 30 MN

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    awesome update,a lot of work

    the pencil portrait is pretty good, just make the nose shorter

    good luck with your nexts

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    I don't know how much time it takes -_-

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    first try with photoshop : my ring

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    Hi §Hy9oD, thanks for comment yes i use photoshop. Why did you ask?

    keep on working! maybe try some landscapes or scenes instead constant poses and portraits.

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    Really nice figurative sketches, your portraits all kind of look just shy of finished--maybe try really getting a harder brush as suggested and knocking in some of those firmer details (hair highlights, texture details, etc) on one of them sometime? Admirable goal, a post a day--I wish you luck!

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    @takashmen I'm just curious ,Iam new to Photoshop I used to work with "sAI"

    concernning the landscapes ,Im just focused on figurative but I will soon do so.
    it will not be long before I will be fed up with figurative, Im beginning..
    @kasei thanks for your kinds words and encouragements.
    I used harder brush in my last portrait , but it's not visible enough ,apparently IM still working too much with soft brush without realising it .
    that will takes some time to get used to.

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    hello shypod

    your last poses are good, especially the first.

    keep on track

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    thanks zou
    didn't post anything ,I was a little busy today , it will be the same thing in the coming days but I will never give up :p
    Here are Some head studies . much remains to be done !

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    I really like the energy and life in your studies.
    Your lines could be a tad more confident and you could also be more daring when it comes to reflected light/saturation.
    I also noticed that sometimes when you draw 3/4 views the eye turned a away from the viewer looks too much like you're looking at it from the front.
    Maybe you could accentuate the browbone more and rethink the way you position the lids on the eyeball.

    Keep them coming

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    @Xelar thanks for the comments about the eys im aware of this
    I got some difficulties in placing the lid in the eyebrow its too obvious in post 11, maybe i need more practice ansd more eyes studies.
    here a portrait with photoshop ,I followed your advices

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