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Hey everyone I'm new to this forum. After viewing other people's sketchbooks I finally decided that its time to start posting and get some feedback. Ill start with a few things from the end of last year and move into this year.
Last edited by Maximal91; April 16th, 2012 at 05:25 PM.
some more studies
quick face study
here are some gestures.
Hey, Maximal91, soild start, keep drawing from direct observation and doing anatomical studies, Bridgeman and Loomis I find are the best sources- making mastercopies are good learning experiences too.
One thing I would say is be careful drawing heads, some of the features in your studies are skewed, try to keep in mind where the vertical center line of the face is and that the eyes are in the center of face. The problem is we focus on the features too much therefore make the lower half of the face bigger than it is, which can really throw off a portrait, if that makes sense.
at any rate, solid start, keep drawing and keep posting, all the best
some poses from a movie i did for a project and some bridgman
thanks for the advice on the faces Hunin. and i'll try to pick up a book or two from Loomis.
cirvardi and bridgman studies. sorry for the bad scan on the last one.
some perspective exercises from Seedling's tutorial.
more work from one of my school projects.
some more bridgman and a couple of animal studies
scanner's been messing up so the best i can do are these pictures from my camera. anyways gestures from pose maniacs...
some life studies.
a few more gestures
some more sketches from life done over the weekend
I haven't been able to post lately because of school. But things are finally slowing down. These two drawings were from pixelovely. 1st one is graphite and the 2nd charcoal.
the second and third images are life studies from classmates.
The second drawing is my grandmother, and the last one is from pixelovely.
The first is a sketch of a classmate last week, the second is part of a parking garage, and the third is a quick gesture...just didn't have time to get the chair lol.
a self-portrait and some bridgman studies
The first is taken from a model and then i just added my own idea to it. The third is my first figure in watercolor. Kind of messy but its a start. All three are from pixelovely.
Here are a few more Bridgman studies. Pretty soon I going to start applying them to portraits..