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    betty's sketchbook

    Hello everyone!

    My name is Betty and currently I'm on full time BA course in Leeds College of Art ('digital film, games and animation'). I really want to improve so feel free to comment/critic, I'd really appreciate your help!
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    more anatomy practise, based on stock photos and Bridgman books.

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    you have a very nice rendering style and a great life confidence in your work. keep it up

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    Aryeh thanks pencils and fineliners are my little comfort zone

    little illustration I've done for college brief. to be honest I like it more than the final piece

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    few sketches from yesterday and saturday

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    creature sketches and few months old still life paintings

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    Good studies overall;

    However I feel like the still life with the onions and the pear: Those three items specifically could use more contrast. I can see them, but I feel like you should push it a little more. Perhaps make the values on the onions and the pear more dynamic? Add some darks? I think the problem is with those three things - try adding some darks and see where it takes you. Don't worry about the fabric behind the food though, that seems like it's got enough going on for now.

    Doctors heal you, Artists immortalize you.

    "Those who can, do. Those who can't, teach" - bullshit.

    The usual staples for anatomy:
    George Bridgman
    Joseph Sheppard
    Andrew Loomis
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    hitnrun thank you so much for advice, i will try with my next still life study

    new sketchbook title page + some old teddy bear studies (fineliners,pencils)

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    more sketches

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    another sketch page

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    acrilics! still life with nectarines (hope i've done better with shading this time) and lighthouse based on few random photos.

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    little cartoony characters and bit of anatomy practice

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    drapery practice

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