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    I like this so far. On your photo studies try and get proportions right and see it as a whole and then relate parts to each other. It takes good amount of erasing and fixing.
    Good luck.


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    im learning art too and far away from being good, but maybe it helps a bit:

    scratchy lines, thats a problem i got myself too, i know its hard to break the habit of drawing that way, especially when you very used to it.
    as some guys posted before, you should try to draw cleaner lines and dont do a lot of fuzzy strokes to discribe the form.
    your lines will become moe confident in that way because you really have to know where to draw your line.
    i know that from myself, at the moment we dont really understand how the line has to be drawn, so we draw a lot of fuzzy strokes to try out, what looks best.

    also i would suggest that you use a thicker brush for you lines, at the moment they are very thin and its hard to read the dynamic of the brushstroke in that way. your drawing with pen pressure right?

    futhermore it could be helpful to just sketch with value instead of lines (if you like to draw outlines more, keep it.)

    colorless its just a point i noticed, a lot of your drawings are a bit pale, maybe draw with higher opactity?

    real life studies, i know its a bit boring to draw an apple for example, but it defenitly helps a lot.

    last, i would be careful with the use of photos in your drawings. even if it looks good, it doesnt really help your drawing skills.


    again, no offensive, just trying to help you.
    its easier to find mistakes of others, then fix your own. it would be great if i follow my own advices instead of being lazy... ;D


    ah yeah and sorry for my poor english, i hope its understandable.
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    THANK YOU ALL FOR THE GOOD TIPS

    SMILEFACE its hard but im pushing for greatness!
    Highland3r all valid points i just love using scratchy lines, they call it chicken scratches LOL
    Alien Space Cloud most of my proportions are messed coz i just jump in with out using guide lines and proper structure, your right.
    adamsimons yes your 100% correct mate if i got wonky guide lines most of my proportions are messed its all about how i structure it from the beginning i guess


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    This weeks creature of the week #228 fantasy war mount beast.
    getting confused with time zones again not sure if its for today or tomorrow the deadline, but here is what i did today in a couple of hours

    and just added in the final no time today to do much at all
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    Hey bro, great stuff!
    I just wanted to let you know that i saw your comment on "magicMan's" thread, and wat he meant by the games department is the building 14, level 11......its were the video games degree are held, and second semester Magic man teaches a concept art course 2nd year Im currently 1st year games student (bachelor's of digital art) maybe i'll see u around. If u got any questions send me a message. Look for Helen Stuckley's office or something if u wanna try enroll in it for nxt year.

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    Hey Adrian, good to see you in the COW again. You arew doing great with the WASTED stuff. I see you are getting better in environments, that one was a step forward. So right now your weaker points are characters and human shapes, so this is the part where you have to push harder. Like ismo salid, keep doing studies and practicing anatomy.
    see ya!

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    Some Asterix fun, noticed how much line weight is used rather than value to demonstrate shape/form Mr Uderzo is a master!

    calling it a night im to sick to do anything ..

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    Some early morning studies, a small tribute to Kojima Goseki one of my fav Japanese artists, again couldnt find an photo bigger than a thumbnail of him, seems some artists aren't really remembered.

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    I hate the influenza, some studies, some IDW speeder perspective rough fails, a foto mash up sort of fail and then the parrot on tree imagination speedy landscape fail LOL, back to bed for me

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    Down by the Sea
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    gotta work today and other stuffs and for the next few days so i did this in a few hours more or less to soothe the itch ive been having LOL
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    Yo ADRIAN!!! lol

    I noticed that cheetah study you did earlier, there is an obvious difficulty with proportions you have, I did this paintover on the photo you referenced to help give you a bit of a better understanding of what you should look for when reference from life, photo, whatever.

    First I'm obviously not an expert or professional but this is just some stuff I learned that helped me out with drawing.

    Now this may look like just a mess of lines, but each line you see here has a purpose of showing approximate relationships with certain elements of the photo
    ie. the top of the left (our left) pupil is about even with the right side (or top of the black part) of the nose, while the bottom of the pupil is about even the left side of the nose which you notice is slightly lower than the right side, also the angle at which the right eye and bridge of the nose meet is almost exactly perpendicular....
    see if you can figure out some of the other relationships

    also the H's you see here and there is sort of a measuring scale, based on the size of it's eye (the orange iris) of the cheetah, notice the ear is just a tad larger than 2 and a half eyes and the nose is just under two eyes wide
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    it looks a bit complicated, but thinking like this can help generate proper proportions, think of the forms as a series of angles instead of a curve or circle (like what I did around it's head, not perfect, but approximate), think about distances between objects, even sketching like this before refining the shapes can help with understanding. Do a lot of portrait drawings like this to help yourself with proportions and distances. You'll notice some relationships that are consistent with all faces (such as the common term of the space between eyes is one eye wide) The goal is for the artist to see not a cheetach, but a series of shapes and angles in a relationship with each other to create an illusion of a cheetah, afterall this isn't a real cheetah you see but a bunch of square pixels working together to genereate an image of a cheetah, just an illusion.

    to sum everything up the better you see the better you draw, painting is more or less the same cept with shapes and values (and/or colours)

    now that I'm ready to take an F in english for major grammar errors, such as a large run-on sentence, I hope this helps in some way and I hope it makes sense, btw love the Asterix sketches :3 just keep up the hard work and remember Practise, Patience and Persistence! 3 keys that'll generate success!
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    did this in a hour or so, gotta go to work no time at all but i enjoy drawing these type of things

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    A great plan for chow this week got it mostly laid out, and then some random sketchbook stuff from the past few days not posting to much of that since its hard to transfer it i find personally from paper, one the pencils are to light for scanner, two taking photos with the shit cam i have the shoot angle messes up proportions and it just comes out to muddy.
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    working from my scan although there are some major mistakes this is gonna be one hell of a mission luckily the resolution is huge so i can really render this babe coolly
    chow this week

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