twilightmoon777: thanks a lot for your kind words i'll try to keep practicing as much as possible
it's been a whole week without posting anything... i had to do some kind of projects for the last few days before our vacations... but here i am
and since i'll have a lot of time now, i'll try to draw and scribble as much as i can
so here's today's up with some stuff from mind
Last edited by braineater; December 29th, 2013 at 09:12 PM.
cgaddict: thanks for having a look in my sb, i really appreciate that and thanks for your advice. i'm already practicing with loomis and bridgeman but i know there's much i have to go through
today i felt like "you know that you're not improving, why are you tryin', though ?" but well.. trying not to give up or something like that
so unfortunately there's not much to show today but i promise to keep on working
i forgot what this was supposed to look like.
Last edited by braineater; December 29th, 2013 at 09:26 PM.
Its been too long since I've dropped in on your sketchbook, stuffs looking quality as usual
Definitely doing the right things - studies, anatomy, still life, imagination. can't go wrong really! keep it up
Oh and on that last point, you are improving. keep up the confidence, we know its a long path and theres not going to be many points where you've made huge improvements in one day so just keep at it
I plan to check back here more often so make sure you're posting plenty - I'll be watching
Hey, Just took a look through all the pages of your sketchbook and your human anatomy has improved a lot since your first post! Sometimes when you get that feeling of 'arghh my work looks horrible' it just means you're improving and noticing the mistakes you had overlooked before. Don't get discouraged if you skim through your sketchbook from the beginning to now, you'll see the improvements .
Keep up this level of hard work and studying and you'll improve and the most important thing, don't give up! (Also your mind drawings are coming on leaps and bounds, I need to practice imagination drawing to implement what I'm learning to! plus you're only 16 or so about 10 years younger than me and you're already doing what I wish I had done when I was your age!!)
This and the hands are signs of HUGE improvement.
You're getting much better and are at a point where just keep doing those gestures and figures, watch instructional videos online,
there are plenty here: http://www.ctrlpaint.com/about/resources/
and your skill will improve with time. keep at it. and observe things like.. the proportions of men's pecs to shoulders... and necks on women. observe from professional illustrators and from life.
Then copy and paste using your mind (apply) them to your drawings
Glad to see the improvement.