Here's another drawing.
Here's another drawing.
cool to see you get so motivated to get better. I think an important thing, as others have suggested, is to keep drawing from life and just keep drawing in general. Faces are good because you can easily spot when you have made proportional/positional errors and that makes it easier to train your eye.
Mostly, it's as simple as Black Spot puts it: "Just keep drawing and you will improve."
Ok guys I'm probably not going to post any sketches today and Just do pure practice on drawing and hopefully by tomorrow I'll have something that can take better pictures as well
thank you everyone!!!
Here's the update! Alright so I did get some practice in, and practiced on mostly of some poses of the head again haha but its still practice and I need it ! oh yeah I used my iPod Camera, so the quality should be nicer as well.
Demon on unicycle .xD. Getting better. Heads are tricky, but just keep on studying them. You will get them down for sure.
Hey man, thanks for checkn out my sb nice start, would be nice to see some studies from say andrew loomis or burt hogath (im more a fan of loomis but there you go) hust to help your form out. apart from that just keep sketch'n and doing what your doing.
Hi, it would help you to have this one too http://www.artsyposes.com/drawing_tool if you need more variety.... XD.
What Jephyr X said is the absolute truth.. you have to enjoy doing this, it would take time and sometimes you just want to rush and know it all at once, but learning the basics well will help you see things different, and youll learn to find solutions to a the problems that you could encounter... Never stop drawing and thank you for stopping by my sb ^^
I really like your positive attitude! You have some very creative concepts in some of your posts. You should revisit them once your technical skills develop more and perhaps turn them into more finished pieces. Keep up the great work.
My Sketchbook would benefit from your critiques.
Great start mate, just keep going I can't give you much input as many have already contributed enough so no need to confuse you even more.
One book I might recommend for you which has helped me at some point during my journey is called Drawing on the right side of the brain by Betty Edwards, its like £6 on the UK amazon and I guess it would be similar price in other places!
Its a good book with fun exercises for building your way of seeing things as an artist! Welcome to the awesomeness!
Hey good start to the sb. Some good advice from others too. Practice is what really helps you improve. No matter how talented someone is when they start, if they dont work hard and practice. they wont be as good as someone who studies and works hard and practices everyday
Welcome on CA, man. :) As others said, Loomis at this point will be the best starter's guide.
Sorry guys no artwork today, I'm pretty tired. Don't worry I still did some sketches I may continue on the rest of that Loomis book now that I believe I can do it at a steady pace !
Thank you everyone who has viewed the thread and even more thanks to the ones who critiqued it It means a lot.
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