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February 4th, 2012 #1
Don't see this - Mauricio's Sketchbook
Hey guys, i'm Mauricio Marinho (this name must be difficult to pronounce in english) 19 years old, and i finally decided to post something to have some critiques after reading this http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=145606
I think i've take so long because of the high level of work that i see here, my ones sucks, so that's why. But, anyway, i'll be posting my drawings and see if you wanna spend some time criticizing it, if you do, thanks a lot, i really apreciate it.
That's it, i hope you don't like it (and say why.)
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hi i think you have an ineresting style but i think you need to work more on putting more life into your characters faces they seem a little bit robotic, you should google andrew loomis he has alot of good art books that i think will help you alot
My Sketchbooke http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=236283
February 4th, 2012 #3
I agree with you, their faces really looks a bit stiff. I'm reading one of his books, "Creative Illustration", didn't finished yet.
February 4th, 2012 #4
Judging from what I have seen so far, you have a good grasp on anatomy, proportions, and character design. However, I would suggest that you work on your gestures/poses.
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February 4th, 2012 #5
Thanks for the tip. You guys really see a lot of things that i somehow totally missed, that's great.
February 16th, 2012 #6
Some more sketches and a illustration (that took some time), feel free to critique.
February 16th, 2012 #7
Nice start. A bit early to crit, but be great to see some action poses and more dramatic lighting
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Dig the ART disease piece. Really nice idea behind the it, hope to see more. Keep it uuup!
February 16th, 2012 #9
February 25th, 2012 #10
Hey again. Finished Loomis's first book (in chronologic sequence) "Fun with a pencil".
Below are some studies of it, a resized painting that has been posted earlier, some other studies
and a hand study, even been a little old, that i actually like.
That's why is really important to have critiques on that type of thing,
i may be not seeing what's wrong
Last image is a 3D model that i'm working on, about 5 hours of modelling, going for the painful part:
RIGGING! ... . I enjoy doing lighting on the other hand...
I will not stop studying drawing, it was just modeled to have something else on my mind, copying
the drawings were starting to get boring, so i thought that would be a good idea to forget it for a day or two.
Again, if you want to criticize, thank you and i haven't forgot those who have commented so far, i'm reading
through their sketchbook, but they have a looot of stuff, i will be criticizing (read: helping to grow) there soon.
June 27th, 2012 #11
Finally posting something new. I now have a full time job, so i don't have more that precious lot of free time that i had. But anyway, just trying to draw something everyday (:
Any kind of criticism would be awesome, thanks.