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    Wanna learn!

    Hey there, I tried once a sketchbook topic but didn't go far.
    This is my second try, I hope this one last forever.

    Little intro: I'm a brazilian guy, 22 years old, graduated in advertising. I did work on graphic and web design area, but now my goal is drawing/painting. I hope is not too late for this career change.

    C&C are welcomed!

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    w/ photo ref:




    life drawings:






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    Sorry about the quality, my camera and scanner sucks.

    some doodle:


    from life:



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    Hey guys, Ive started to use Loomis`s Successful Drawing to study some fundamentals. The books starts with perspective.

    And I have a question: what you guys think, should I focus on get all I can from this book until I finish it or should I study Loomis`s Successful Drawning and some others authors at the same time, like Nicolaides, Vilppu, Bridgman, Hampton, Goldfinger, etc?

    ps: sorry for any language mistake ^^"

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    The drawings (I`m in the beginning yet):

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    self portrait

    my first self portrait, i think i liked. just something in the eyes that bothers me, and maybe the flatness of the face, need some more 3d appearance because the rendering wasnt good.

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    Some Bridgmans studies...

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    a self potrait and a failed tentative to do some figure from imagination, my skill in anatomy sucks hard, so I must practice more.

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    E ae mermão! Valeu pelo comentário lá no meu sketchbook.

    E sim, eu sou da Hangar também e eu lembro que tu fazia uns designs FODAS. Largou essa vida, cara?

    Respondendo a sua pergunta: é melhor você alternar os estudos, um dia anatomia outro perspectiva e parara. Eu também tenho muito problema com poses realistas, dá uma olhada nesse site http://www.pixelovely.com/gesture/figuredrawing.php , programa pra uns 30 segundos por pose e faz desenhos rápidos, resumindo bem a pose (tipo isso: http://hippie.nu/~unicorn/tut/img/ba.../gestures.jpeg ).

    Daí quando tu for fazer desenhos de cabeça começa simplificando bem a figura, com a linha geral da coluna e 2 cubos, um pra abstrair o tronco e o outro a bacia, aí conecta cilindros pros braços e a sua vida vai ficar mais fácil!

    Grande abraço e continue com os desenhos!

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