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    Carmen's Sketchbook

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    Welcome to the forums! Your Ancient Astronaut picture reminds me of Amano, almost.
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    Sketchbook Scans

    Hi! I've been watching Concept.org for a while and I saw so much great work on this forum. I said to myself "I need to get in on that." So here I am, just a hard working art student with a lot to learn, posting my work with the hope that I'll get some serious feedback and critique from this community. I've been on the look out for a great anatomy book for artists (any suggestions?)

    My personal critiques is that I should work on (in addition to general improvements)
    Male anatomy
    Animals
    Backgrounds (thats a big one)
    Figures in space

    I thank you in advance for any suggestions on how to improve.

    Here is some recent digital work done with photoshop.

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    Some Acrylic painting

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    A mural I painted in my high school a few years back. Latex based paint on cinder- block (eww)
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    Some ink drawings from imagination
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    I'll be posting more technical drawings (male ones too) as soon as I get pages from my sketchbook scanned.

    here are some more aliens...
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    Skulls
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    Copies of Michealangelo's figure studies,
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    Thanks for the welcome Littlebones. I have seen Amano's work before and I can see what you mean. I like to scribble in bic pens sometimes and they have that same organic yet scratchy texture that he uses in in his etchings.
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    More Sketches

    here we go some more figure drawling, and a still life. Its a clip of my midterm project for drawling 1.
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    INSPIRED!

    I just came back from a Lecture by Bioware-Mythic's Art Director Peter Lipman and I feel so completely inspired! I feel like I could run a mile or just stay awake for days drawling or whatever! I wasn't completely sure about the game-design industry or concept art until I heard this lecture and now I know what I want to do with my art and it is the most amazing feeling. Im like tripping on a manic high. I was so nervous before the talk and I couldn't figure out why and now I know that nauseous feeling was excitement and a sign that this kind of industry was the place for me.

    I making a resolution from now on to work harder than ever at improving my art. Starting with the promise to post a painting or sketch every week.

    Whether anyone is watching this thread or not I just had to get the energy Im feeling this moment out there!
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    Here is something Im working on reluctantly for my studio fundamentals class. It is suppose to be a negative positive space exercise. Attachment 1327056

    and here is a doodle and a study
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    I really love your sketches! especially the geisha(?) one! and I like the hair in the last drawing!
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    I should do more quick studies like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarmenJudy View Post
    I should do more quick studies like this.
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    You give yourself tonnes of great advice - the hard part is fallow through (I know it is for me for sure!)
    So far looks like you've got a good handle on the figure, good proportions and what not- I think more specific studies is the way to go- pick a theme- texture, lighting- folds- blah blah blah and do some studies. '
    You can never do too many studies!
    Welcome to CA & Happy sketching!!!
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    Rhubix- Thanks for the advice I'm working on color studies now and Im going to try and incorporate some fold like you suggested, some object too.
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