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Greeting everybody! I've finally decided to really get serious about art. To improve, I believe the fantastic people on CA will have some pointers.
Thanks in advance for taking a look and throwing in critique, opinions or any other feedback.
Enough talk, let's draw!
Some various stuff to get things rolling.
Thanks for the feedback Zorly! You're probably right about that.
Here's some grassland/mountain sketches and a self portrait.
Great scene work. Perhaps practice anatomy some more? The figures seem just a little off. It looks like the female figure heads are a bit off from their neck, as if the head shapes are drawn separate from the gestural spine and neck base.
Wonderful armor design and weapon details! Keep up the great work.
A few random environment sketches
Thanks Erin! Appreciate that. My anatomy knowledge is indeed lacking, I really should learn the theory and do a lot more studies.
Anyway, here's stuff.
Back with a light scout ship.
Forgive me sketchbook for I have sinned. It's been a month since my last confession.
So here's some stuff done during that time...
seeing your posts, i"m must say you're very good with different subjects
keep it up
my advice would be:now you shouldtudy each subject more deeper, i mean concentrate each time on portraits, clothes, architecture ... and do much of them and make some finished works
as a critic for the last post: awesome piece of watercolor, her nose is a bit long (in fact all the lower part of the face should be higher a bit)
the hair work seems more careless than usual (careless is sometimes nice but only if you give the illusion of it)
you seems more at ease with traditional than digital man. isn't traditional supposed to be harder ?
keep up your nice work and good luck for your nexts
Thanks Zou for your input! I kinda do feel more comfortable with watercolours and pencils versus a stylus.
So, some acrylic and watercolour stuff again. Haven't had the time to paint recently...
And then some... Watercolour works and some characters from The Wire, done with charcoal.
A bunch of quick portraits from photos, and a sketch of a generic traveling scene
Good evening! Here's some practice stuff again.
A simple jungle sketch.
Nice start - love your sketchy stuff. Those thumbnails are very fine.
Thanks Klaustrophil! I somehow seem to make stuff look very dull and digital or something the more I work on the piece. Practice practice...
Anyway, here's a painting done with acrylics.
Decided to upload a few pages from my traditional sketchbook.
i think you should do more countour or 30 seconds. you lines and painting seems a bit to choppy, try doing just 1 line to build the body. For painting, use big brushes to block out the area and then blend in.
I am going to be amazing! .
Marlo, thank you for the feedback! Totally agree about the choppy lines gotta try doing that one-line-body -thing. For painting I already do it like that, going in big and then blending and going smaller. Practice practice...
A few quick environments from photos, and random bikini girls with a bit more comic style, also from photo ref.
A couple of portrait sketches from reference, and a sneaky illustration.
More green stuff with water and rocks. And a sword. With some woman holding it.
15-20 min speedies.
Some life studies for a change. Maybe 2-3 hours each? I don't know... What I do know, I really don't know how to take photographs or how to salvage bad photos in PS Not that I care too much about that... Hopefully I'll just learn to paint soon.
some environments again
TIGERRRRRRRR!!!! YOU BAWSE GUY!!!!!! loving the sketchbook G! I haven't been able to do much with my nephew around for summer can't begin to describe how stressful it is not being able to draw as hard as I am use to because of my conscience not allowing me to neglect my nephew -__-
anyway keep it up man, glad to find you here on CA! and your water colouring is outstanding!!
If I happen to comment on your sketchbook, please don't feel obliged to comment on mine. use that time instead to get back to work.
CA sketchbook: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=245741