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September 27th, 2011 #34
Hey WaSsiM, your Bammes and Hampton studies are looking great! Those two are my favourites too I personally like to follow the form around with a few strokes to indicate a feeling for three-dimensionality. Maybe you can try that sometime and see if it works for you. Anyway... awesome stuff, looking forward to an update!
September 27th, 2011 #35
You've got great studies here, WaSsiM.
Have you ever tried drawing still lifes? Or going out and sketching random people, buildings, trees etc. (for example of sketching outdoors, look through the artwork on this site)?
All this stuff is very important. It took me several months to figure this fact out.
Also, just curious to know, is it easy to buy art materials in your country?
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September 28th, 2011 #36
Baudolino : thank you , glad that you like the studies , yeah i like that way of shading , i'll be doin it in my next stuff , thanks
Guardian G.I. : thank you , yeeah , i tried to draw still lifes , i will do some ; thanks for the link
i've been studying latlely the anatomy & sturctutre of the torso
so here are some that i studied from bridgman and villpu
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Hey Wassim well done on getting off to a good start. My best tips are to be as accurate as you can with your studies. If you see an error fix it straight away. Try to do your study from imagination after you have done your copy. This helps to build your visual library in your brain. Hope this helps.
September 30th, 2011 #41
Delay : thanks man
Silwynar : thanks dude i'll post some stuff from imagination in my next post
BlackDelphin : thanks , glad that you like the studies ; accualty i did some drawing from real people ( photos ) and i'll do some next time , thanks
Marian : thanks a lot for this tip , i did some drawings this morning from imagination , and it helpps , thank you
thank you all , and please i need some crtiques to get better
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September 30th, 2011 #43
Hey! Nice studies, specially the bridgeman ones. Your drawing is good.
As for critique, I would say to be more careful when drawing the arms, sometimes the proportions seem a bit off.
Keep up the good work!
September 30th, 2011 #44
you need to study perspective and do some still lifes and also do some color studies
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Doing great WASSIM! Were the same age .. Your inspiring man .
Good job! Keep it up..!
Oh, and one quick question.. What do you draw with? It's obviously pencil.. But do you do mechanical? or like standard graphite? And how do you draw? Do you start out light and then darken the lines a bit? Do you draw loose? or hard?
Sorry if that was a question overload.. I'm just pretty curious. I really like the way you draw.
"The noblest pleasure is the joy of understanding." - Leonardo Da Vinci
Keep up the studies!
October 2nd, 2011 #46
Baudolino : thanks man
Voodoo_Mama : thank you for the critique , i'll be more carefully in proportions , i appreciat
X_o : thanks bro for suggestions i just did some still life last night
Faelerai ; thanks man , glad that you like my stuff , and about the question , personally i have never care about the materials , i use them all ( Mechanical pencil Hb , Regular Pencil HB ) and some color pencils and sure i start drawing lightly to harden .
sorry guys , i didnt draw too much these days , the school is taking all my time
so , here are some stuff that i draw from diffrent artists and some still life
thank you all for your comments and Critiques are very welcome
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do some long figure drawing session(1hour or 2)
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October 2nd, 2011 #51
Do you use pencil crayon?
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October 5th, 2011 #56
retarded simba hhhhhhhhh updates man
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October 6th, 2011 #58
wow very nice anatomy studies! the way your going i am sure u will be super awesome in no time , good luck
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October 7th, 2011 #60
cool anatomy studies. do some anatomy study and mix it with shading study to explore the light and shade on the body. that's will help you to improve your art skills.
keep it up my friend
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