Decided to combine all of my smaller sketchbook threads into this one, so moving the newer stuff into here. Added some way older images to the first post of this thread to keep it all chronological. Going to use this thread from now on. Stopped counting hours, it was a good motivational tool for awhile, but now motivated by just wanting to get better and learn more.
wow! lots of practice and dedication here!
I love those anatomy studies, they look pretty good. Are they only from Peck or also other sources as well?
Moreover those silouttes both digital and traditional got my attention as I've seen people using those when they want to do a character design, but I haven't been able to do it right, for I tend to draw the outline first and without that I'm lost.
Is DSG refered to daily sketch group? those studies look very nice, could you please give me the link to the DSG?
keep up the studies
@Miss.BonBon Thanks! Most of the studies are from Peck, some of them that are probably all wrong are from my imagination =P DSG is the DAILY SKETCH GROUP.
@Sushy Thanks, funny how i always feel like a slacker though
@kevin_ Thanks, and I'll try and pay attention to my contrast more. I'm guessing you mean when I don't have enough (where it looks washed out) and areas where I'll have too much (where it loses realism).
A DSG, some cowboys from reference, a copy of a Joe Johnston sketch from "The Empire Strikes Back Sketchbook", and some random sketches.
Last edited by browntear; December 12th, 2012 at 02:14 AM.
You've got some really nice anatomy studies and your proportions and faces are coming along nicely
For your digital paintings: Try to check the values more often! I do this by putting a completely black layer on top of my painting and setting it to "color" mode. Now you can turn B/W on and off. I find this very useful.
I haven't posted in awhile, still drawing though. The skill on this site is intimidating as always. Here's stuff I did the past week, hoping to post stuff every Sunday with things I did the previous week.