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Thread: OnkelJoe's Sketchbook
January 28th, 2012 #1
First of all hello everybody!
I`ve been following CA for quite a while now, especially the "Sketchbook
-section" to find Tips'n Tricks to improve my skills and after realizing that
Deviantart is not the right place to look for critique and "professional help"
I decided to register here.
Until now I learned everything from books and visiting nude drawing lessons.
(if anyone is interested in which books i am/was using I`ll upload a list)
Goals I want to reach:
- better knowledge about human anatomy
- drawing in perspective, drawing movement and action
- basic skills in drawing/painting digital
- learning different types of shading
- reaching a decent skill-level in drawing landscapes and sceneries
I really hope you guys give me the chance to improve my skills, leave some critique
and advices to make it easier for me.
Thanks alot already, for everyone willed to give me a chance.
(ps. I'm drawing/painting digital for about 7 months now)
but lets stop talking, here are the first works of mine.
(the latest are at the end)
Last edited by OnkelJoe; February 4th, 2012 at 05:38 AM.
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drawn while talking on livestream
not much detail
messed up the eye once again.
Last edited by OnkelJoe; February 4th, 2012 at 05:39 AM.
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February 3rd, 2012 #5
Uhhh I don't know where everyone else is, but you have some good work in here.
Post #1 pics: 6,7,8,9 look way too simple. I don't know if that is intended or not, but try adding more objects to foreground or background, to keep an eye moving.
I can only give critique on what I see and how it feels. My bad if it's not constructive enough.
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February 6th, 2012 #9
there are indeed some nice pieces in here. I think you can push your values more in some of them.
February 8th, 2012 #10
Cool stuff, keep taking it to the max.
If you want my opinion, at this stage you can really benefit from studying some good artists that you like, try studying a frazetta (or whoever it is you like) piece for instance, see what colors he uses, brush strokes, how he treats edges, I feel like a lot of your personal stuff lack some of that knowledge
I know it might not be as fun as inventing your own concepts, but that's real practice for practice sake
keep it up
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