Hi,My name is Nick and I'm 19 years old at the moment (year 2014).I love to draw.I'm from Bulgaria..So here's my stuff.I need some badass ass kicking so i wouldnt get my ass kicked,so please kick my ass to eliminate the possibility of my ass being kicked.Cheers!
Hey again.Been a long time,been really busy ,done a bunch of work,but not nearly enough.Here are today's stuff.
#1 - The animal studies in #4,i tried to change them in a bit drastic and interesting way.I was trying as much as i could to keep the changements different from one another , so i can learn more.
#2 - A motion capture of the body,learned a lot.
#3 - I started actually studying some of Algenpfleger's sketches , so all the pages marked with a circled A are filled with copies of his sketches.
#4 - Animal studies
#6 - don't really know.I just liked the thought of a medieval atmosphere and the two dangling rats , so i drew them and built everything around them.
Comments and critics would really make my day
Been away for a week on vacation.I have been drawing there as much as i could.A sketch or two a day.Here they are.Could not draw digitally,so that was a bummer I really hope to get som crits, since i feel i'm in a rut artistically.Un advice,tip or a superficial revue would be awesome!
Can't really scan my actual sketchbook stuff,so only digi today.I'm REAAAAALLY not happy with my digital stuff.Please give me some tips on how to improve on using colors,values etc i need some serious ass kicking right now!
3-a doodle while listening to Bobby Chiu
Hey man, that's cool I love drawing too and I love wizards.
Seems like the crit you need most right now is to watch proportions & symmetry.
You did good in this one; maybe use the same approach with your figures and stuff from imagination. Try it anyway. Use those methods when imagining. It will go slow at first, but once your mind grabs on to the 3D shapes it will never let go... trust me... it will drive you insane
nice pencil studies indeed! Anyhow, I must agree with p_sage: practicing anatomy is probably the most important thing.
I learned a lot from this amazing tutorial: http://warrenlouw.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d2p3au1
You should check it out
Never cease to draw, you're doing good.