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I consider myself a beginner in drawing, since I haven't until recently attempted to draw constantly. Well, but it should change from now on.
I'd be really grateful for any critique & comments. ^^
Last edited by lutcheh; June 5th, 2012 at 05:41 PM.
Starting off with some ordinary stick figures.
Last edited by lutcheh; January 30th, 2012 at 06:13 AM.
Stuff done during this month.
While your faces are plain, the stick figures really like to move and play around ! Those two jumping (first post, third line) made me smile. =)
You've made a nice start with LOTS of drawings, and I see you mentioned that you are using references at least some of the time. That's a recipe for success so keep up the good work! There's so much work shown that it's difficult for me to comment much except to say it looks promising.
It looks like some of these might be from drawing live models. sketching from live subjects probably trains your brain a little faster than working from photos but both methods have value I think.
Be sure to sign and date everything because when you're older you're going to have piles and piles of sketches and it may be useful or entertaining to be able to sort them by date.
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Thanks for the comment! ^^
(And sorry for late reply...)
The only "problem" I see with the drawing by using references is that it (at least for me) requires already some knowledge of the body structure... So in other words trying to sketch something more "complex" is sometimes a challenge and doesn't always end up well. ^^;
I may challenge sketching from live subjects once, though; as you mention.
... heh, yes, the piles of sketches are already accumulating. ^^; Marking them at least with dates dutifully.