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August 15th, 2011 #1
Magyar has a better sketchbook now.
I have another post here in sketchbook but I messed it up ><
I will try to post 1 image per day in here! If I miss a day the next I will post 2.
I am 16! I work in black and white 90% of the time, here are some scribbles.
Last edited by Magyar; August 16th, 2011 at 07:16 AM.
August 15th, 2011 #2
A study of noses and lips
August 16th, 2011 #3
Study of girls face. Faces need work
August 16th, 2011 #4
It's turning out to be a nice study so far. Good luck, I'll be rooting for you. Teenagers unite!
The girl's face on day 2 reminds me of a happy Mona Lisa. (:
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August 16th, 2011 #5
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August 16th, 2011 #7
@Rhubix I have no clue, but thanks and you too! Happy sketching
I hope when I am 18 to apply for a college of art. Not sure where yet but there's time.
August 16th, 2011 #8
Last image of the day - pair of ink shoes. Now time for sleeping and then tomorrow working on a persons portrait from the thread somewhere in the forums...hmm....
August 16th, 2011 #9
so far so good - your kicking my ass at 16.
August 19th, 2011 #10
August 20th, 2011 #11
A study of the face focusing on depth, quick sketch 2-5 minutes.
August 23rd, 2011 #12
Drawing of adjutant from SC2 (spelling?)
August 23rd, 2011 #13
Drawing of the lovely AmyRainbow for this thread http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...09#post3226509
August 26th, 2011 #14
Some degas studies
September 5th, 2011 #15
September 5th, 2011 #16
The first image is using watercolour, and the second was finger painting using oils
From quite some time ago. Been meaning to paint some more skies and landscapes but where I live there's mainly fields....and they become rather dull very quickly.
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September 8th, 2011 #17
A giger - inspired picture. I am trying to only copy the basic form of the original picture, trying to see if I can achieve it. Actually really difficult to draw metallic objects successfully, but its fun and something different.
September 12th, 2011 #18
Hey... good works... specially for a self taught, going for an art school, you improve a lot your skilld and aknowledge...
it is difficult, but keep going, because art is always funny...
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you're doing a good job mate. i like the girl's face that you posted on day 2.
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September 13th, 2011 #20
Thank you guys
Will be updating random sketches soon, studying metal objects
September 15th, 2011 #21
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September 16th, 2011 #22
Sadly I don't really have any opportunity to go to life drawing classes so all my anatomy work is done from books, which tend to be kinda dull and result in more lifeless work. Will be updating soon as I finally enrolled in an art class n.n
Two studies here - one of a mans face and another is the study of the neck area (hence the vague outlines of the face)
September 16th, 2011 #23
study of perspective and a torso (strange arm...)
September 17th, 2011 #24
September 15th, 2011 #25
A good start for a sketchbook here, I like the anatomy studies but think there could be more. Keep it up.
Freelance illustrator! Looking for any commisions.
I do Book covers, editorials, conceptual art, character design, CD/DVD covers, comic book covers, graphic novels, double page spreads and anything else visual!!!
Sketchbook - http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...93#post3003293
Hit me up on http://www.behance.net/JasonFullwood and http://artistjasonfullwood.blogspot.com/
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September 18th, 2011 #26
Good stuff! you've been good on updating regularly
It's tough when you can't get into a life drawing class but in the mean time you can ask some friends or family to pose for you.
Also you can just do quick 30 second - 5 minuet studies from life -
draw whoever is cooking supper, in the park, at the mall.
My favorite place to draw is the subway. I'm stuck on there 2 hours each day, I might as well make use of the time. Morning ride is for sudoku and crossword lol evening ride for life drawing.
You can also branch out from people and draw objects. Old boots and handbags are really good drawing tools. Their simple and complex at the same time. When ever there are no interesting people on train I start looking at their stuff. When all that gets exhausted (I'm the last stop so there may only be 4-5 ppl on there) I start drawing boxes or imaginary stuff.
Don't forget to draw the fun stuff sometimes- all studies will burn you out. ;D
September 20th, 2011 #27
I have drawn at subways before but I haven't got one close to me ):
Thank you for your words Soon I will be starting an art class so I hope to post more works
October 6th, 2011 #28
Some more art after a long time away, pastel clouds and oil crayon (?) tree, focusing on colour.
October 8th, 2011 #29
Some hands - Recently I feel my art is getting worse :|
I just need to draw more...I guess...
October 10th, 2011 #30
Trying to use shapes in the studies - Not necessarily good sketches, but it's an improvement