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    Learning to draw and paint journey.

    Hi all,

    I've been looking at the amazing art produced on that forum for some time now and I decided It's time to give it a go myself.

    I'm a 3d animator and I've started on the journey of learning how to draw and paint.
    I'll put here some studies and work and hopefully get some feedback from this great community.

    Thanks for watching and helping me improve.
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    Some recent sketches from photo references and books.
    I've been using these great tools recently for refs:
    http://lovecastle.org/draw/
    http://www.pixelovely.com/gesture/figuredrawing.php

    Last one is a study from William Maughan's book on portraits.
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    Some not so old Life drawing

    They're doing these nice life drawing session in a pub in Sydney every monday.

    Most of them are short poses in charcoal.
    I took some of them in computer to add some highlights
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    Wow, the portrait of the woman is gorgeous. I really like your life drawings too. I think for someone who is on their journey to learn to draw and paint, you are well on your way.
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    @Sycra Thanks! I did it after watching the awesome Zanghlu tutorials.

    Here are some more sketches. Animal studies from refs.
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    @Syrca Thanks! I did this after watching Zanghlu tutorials.

    Here are some more digital paintings.
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    Master studies William Maughan

    Some studies done with Sanguine and white pencil after William Maughan
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    Life drawings

    Some more life drawing studies from 10 minutes pose I think.
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    These are sick! Love the figures, and those last studies look just like the book.
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    Life drawings

    Some more drawing scanned and highlights added digitally.
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    Digital painting from photo refs

    Quite old but It's always good to get some feedback.

    I used the photos provided on characterdesign.com for these. Great source of reference.
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    woow your traditional work is really impressive!
    Maybe show some more work from imagination too
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    Thanks Sushy!

    Here are some stuff from Imagination.

    The lady dragon was inspired by a Bobby Chiu Podcast.
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