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August 10th, 2011 #1
Noob's learning diary (need more studies!)
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Hi lads, I'm new here and also newbie in drawing and digital painting.
My first artwork (~30 min)
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Waiting already 5 days for moderators to approve my posts but it probably won't happen...
Because of IMG tags? meh >.>
Looks like I have to use attachments until I get 10 posts on my account...
Some very quick sketches (2 or less minutes) and some longer like that cat or architecture.
And some fast digitals (~10 minutes per each), some of them are not finished yet.
August 20th, 2011 #3
A lot of drawing people and figures today (15sec, 30sec, 90 sec and longer)
August 20th, 2011 #4
Ah, and two digitals from the morning (first took 13 minutes to draw and the second around 25-30)
August 27th, 2011 #5
No replies, so what, I won't stop posting just cuz of that!
Bunch of digital arts (last took me 4,5h to draw)
I HATE THOSE ATTACHMENTS!
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August 27th, 2011 #6
that an ambitious piece, well done.
here are a few tips.
you are off to good start with those still life studies, i recommend you continue with simple objects(one at a time) and try increase the time you spend on the study, from 10 minutes, aim to increase to 20 and from 20, 30-40.
increasing the time when your ready.
try to be accurate and fix things as you go. it will help improve your art overall.
here is a link to get you started on some constructive anatomy http://radhowto.blogspot.com/<have a look through the archives.
keep at it
August 30th, 2011 #7
I've checked out this website, very cool and interesting stuff. Thanks
Some quick coloring experiments (I looked how Kashivan colored the lizardman and tried similar technique)
August 30th, 2011 #8
Best advice for you would be to keep hammering those fundamentals every single day. Do test your skills from time to time with these concept pieces, but working with basic drawing skills such as perspective, value and anatomy should be your main priorities now if you really want to make this your profession. You're off to a very good start.
"You might be disappointed if you fail, but you will be doomed if you don't try"
August 30th, 2011 #9
You want to become a pro you say, well heres the good news! YOU'RE GETTING THERE!
my only advice to you would be to draw your heart out! look at the really proffesional people, learn from what they've learned.. and eventually make it your own!
September 15th, 2011 #10
Some unfinished monster-guy:
Art for a little flash game:
September 15th, 2011 #11
Fck attachments >.>
Spent some time today on posemaniacs ^^
Lately I was mainly drawing in my notebook with a pen, here are some examples:
September 22nd, 2011 #12
Lately I started to use references, because I noticed that it'll be easier to learn this way.
Some animals from references
and items from imagination (very quick)
A viking from imagination
Some girl's portrait done with a reference
And also some older artworks:
October 4th, 2011 #13
Since last post I'm drawing everyday at least 1 artwork. So here it goes, some of them are from references, some are from imagination, in some I didn't focus on proportions, they were just supposed to be caricatures or sth like that.