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    just a study and some doodles

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    trying to get an acceptable 3D model of a random kid char done so I'll have something for rigging practice

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    aaand again just study and doodles

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    yooo

    so I recently bought a skull

    meet Fernando
    both, best roomie and shelf decoration


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    life drawing mood this week:

    "at least i showed up."

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    Quote Originally Posted by braineater View Post


    life drawing mood this week:

    "at least i showed up."

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    Great paintings up there. I really like the colors on the woman pic. [emoji106][emoji122]

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilgo View Post
    Great paintings up there. I really like the colors on the woman pic.
    Thanks a lot ! I actually picked that ref because I considered the colors to be interesting



    Sooo

    Environments are still the enemy and my "understanding of lighting" is still at an almost useless level
    same with observation skill, perspective, blablah



    Sketchy Sketches Of Doom


    I'll keep trying, though




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    I bet you used yourself after drawing environments as a reference to draw that dwarf. Am I right? Or am I right?

    Love your head studies, as usual, man. I'm trying to step up my game to get to your level.

    I kinda like the cave environment there. Looks a bit too blurry and undefined, though. Are you painting with a low flow/opacity brush? Have you tried using a harder one?
    "There're no lines in real life" / Is this a sketchbook? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    The gif, LOL.
    That ballerina is so cute ♡
    I like your environments, I'm struggling with the same things so I don't have anything useful to offer ..but I'm admiring your studies. keep them up.

    Your sketchbook makes me want to draw more.
    P.s: who's that handsome skull?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilgo View Post
    I bet you used yourself after drawing environments as a reference to draw that dwarf. Am I right? Or am I right?

    Love your head studies, as usual, man. I'm trying to step up my game to get to your level.

    I kinda like the cave environment there. Looks a bit too blurry and undefined, though. Are you painting with a low flow/opacity brush? Have you tried using a harder one?
    Haha, you got me Nothing expresses frustration better than some apathetic, life-questioning dwarf.
    I too see the problem with the blurriness. I usually use full opacity but still have pen pressure regulating it a bit so that's probably one reason. That and the fact that hard edges make me nervous 'cause they force you to perfectly block in your values <_<
    Maybe I should push myself to try full hardness/opacity
    Aaaand
    you don't need to step up anything, your heads are looking pretty decent


    Quote Originally Posted by Malu View Post
    Your sketchbook makes me want to draw more.
    P.s: who's that handsome skull?
    Yay, that honors me. You totally should
    Handsome? Gee, you're makin' Fernando blush

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    It's been two weeks again



    life drawing

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    trying to be all classy by using oil and paint from life (gave up at some point)
    and a few watercolors


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    messy stuff from mind and things i might or might not finish


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    and, to round it out,some quality content:

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    Wednesday!!
    Time to remind myself of one of those things I fail to learn:


    Drawing from observation (╯°ᗜ°)╯彡 ┻━┻


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    Hiyum. Returning the visit.

    I had a good chuckle browsing through. I can sympathize with the feels.jpg that come with the art thing, funny or not.


    Anywho, I envy the breadth of your studies, both in media and subjects. I believe trying a bunch of different stuff, approaches and tools will make you much more versatile and rounded as an artist. Great volume of studies too.

    I'd say your problem right now is a lack of consistency overall. Some of, say, your face sketches are super cool and show a ton of personality while some others are kinda wacky and beginner-ish. Same with some of your color/rendered stuff. The good news is that this levels out with time as long as you keep on keeping on.

    Looking forward to seeing more of your stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dndallasta View Post

    I'd say your problem right now is a lack of consistency overall. Some of, say, your face sketches are super cool and show a ton of personality while some others are kinda wacky and beginner-ish. Same with some of your color/rendered stuff. The good news is that this levels out with time as long as you keep on keeping on.

    Looking forward to seeing more of your stuff!
    Hey there! I totally see what you mean about the quality inconsistency. At some point I started sharing sketches that I would have usually not even saved in the first place but figured that hiding terrible things doesn't help me with anything in the end. Sometimes I just get super sloppy and unconcentrated and I totally need to work on that. So it's good that you pointed that out. I also struggle a lot with polishing/rendering or even just finishing things because I'm never sure wheter it's a better choice to try and put hours of effort and trial and error in parts I didn't paint further because I lack knowledge ... or just do some studies and move on to something new after that.
    I'm still trying to find a reasonable balance there
    But anyway, thanks a ton for stopping by and dropping some feedback Highly appreciated



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    Very cool studies, that last batch.

    I'm never sure wheter it's a better choice to try and put hours of effort and trial and error in parts I didn't paint further because I lack knowledge ... or just do some studies and move on to something new after that.
    I totally know what you mean with this. I go through the same thing all the time. I think it's good to do a bit of both, maybe. I like to think of it like working out: if you wanna be a good runner, sometimes you wanna train sprinting, sometimes marathon; if you lift, you wanna train heavy weights for few reps but also low weights for high reps. I think art is the same, it's good to be able to do both the long, painful, boring-ass 15 hours rendering (that just seems to go nowhere when you're not that good an artist) but also the quick 30 min study where you really need to be concise with what you're putting on paper

    For whatever is worth, I think you have the right mindset and attitude to get good. Just keep on working on them doodles.

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    your studies are already improving your portraits and anatomy, keep at it

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    Quote Originally Posted by dndallasta View Post


    I totally know what you mean with this. I go through the same thing all the time.

    Just keep on working on them doodles.
    Well, that's kinda relieving ... although there's still lightyears between your skill and my messy wannabe paintings

    But yea! I'll try to keep it up and hopefully learn on the way.
    Thanks again for dropping some advice

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    your studies are already improving your portraits and anatomy, keep at it
    Yay, happy to hear I always struggle a lot when it comes to seeing any progress... a lot



    some rather random mess

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    chaos from mind

    fairy ideas + a little bit progress on the mermaid
    (want to finish this before the end of may so if anyone has some last-minute tips and hints, let me know)


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    Great stuff as usual, man. The portraits are very good.

    Regarding the mermaid, I think her top looks a bit stiff. I think you went for a "wet shirt" texture, but I don't think it's really working. That hard shadow on the end of the sleeves and stomach are a bit weird.

    I'd also go for a more seamless and smooth transition from human to fish around the waist. You managed to get a nice shiny fish texture on the tail but it cuts a bit too abruptly, imho.

    Also, what medium are you using for those life drawings?
    "There're no lines in real life" / Is this a sketchbook? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    Wow, so much cool stuff to look at here.
    Amazing how much you can actually get down on the paper in just a few minutes with your pose studies

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    Great Job and sketch !!.The life drawing is difficult beetween the study and the life. The adaptation is long, in fact for me it was long.Keep your work, your improving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilgo View Post

    Regarding the mermaid, I think her top looks a bit stiff. I think you went for a "wet shirt" texture, but I don't think it's really working. That hard shadow on the end of the sleeves and stomach are a bit weird.

    I'd also go for a more seamless and smooth transition from human to fish around the waist. You managed to get a nice shiny fish texture on the tail but it cuts a bit too abruptly, imho.

    Also, what medium are you using for those life drawings?
    Hey, pilgo! Thanks so much for the feedback - the hard edges of the shirt were actually supposed to be a purple border stitched onto it ... but since you mentioned it can be mistaken for a shadow, I decided to remove it xD Also ended up smoothing the waist to tail transition.
    So yea, thanks for the crits And for the life sketches, I used a soft graphite pencil in the last post but sometimes switch to regular, thinner pencils or try messing around with ruddle or charcoal


    Quote Originally Posted by Trixtar View Post
    Wow, so much cool stuff to look at here.
    Amazing how much you can actually get down on the paper in just a few minutes with your pose studies
    Hey there, glad to hear :> Though I think my poses are still pretty wonky and off, especially compared to what others get done in the same amount of time given ... but I'm working on that


    Quote Originally Posted by féfé73 View Post
    Great Job and sketch !!.The life drawing is difficult beetween the study and the life. The adaptation is long, in fact for me it was long.Keep your work, your improving.
    Heyho, thank you! I understand that it probably takes some time until the studies show effect ... but damn, I'm so slow. Nevertheless a bit relieving to hear that it wokred out for you anyway - maybe there's slight signs of hope for me








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    I kinda want to test fun stylization and caricature with portraits from ref
    but I'm not sure wheter I shouldn't for the sake of trying to improve/learn exact eyeballing from ref?


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    nice job with all the studies. the portraits came out lovely.

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    Portraits are very good as usual. I specially like the girl with the bunny ears.

    I think your stylization is working well. Sticking to the ref would depend on your goal, really. Do you want to achieve complete realism or just depict the likeness?

    Abou the mermaid, yeah, there're still a few issues, but (brace yourself for some cliché) as Da Vinci said, "Art is never finished, only abandoned.".
    "There're no lines in real life" / Is this a sketchbook? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    Quote Originally Posted by DESQUOLOR View Post
    nice job with all the studies. the portraits came out lovely.
    thanks \o/ only wish i could do more and actually imrpove a bit - but i guess patience is a virtue... and blahblah


    Quote Originally Posted by pilgo View Post
    Sticking to the ref would depend on your goal, really. Do you want to achieve complete realism or just depict the likeness?

    Abou the mermaid, yeah, there're still a few issues, but [...] "Art is never finished, only abandoned.".
    i guess i'm not quite sure yet - i love super stylized/cartoony caricatures that capture main characteristics .. on the other hand i really want to be able to draw accurate portraits some day.
    i might just be a bit afraid of getting to used to stylization and not improving on actual anatomy and accuracy
    then again it's kinda fun so maybe the key is to find a balance and do both <_<
    anyway, abandonment is my spirit animal.





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    more portrait studies + style experiments


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    About the realism, yeah, that is a cool approach. To be able to do the real deal and then you can just don't do it.

    I think the main think that makes your style looks cartoony at the moment is the color. It's a bit too clean and smooth. Which looks great as a stylization but looses a little on the realism.
    "There're no lines in real life" / Is this a sketchbook? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilgo View Post
    I think the main think that makes your style looks cartoony at the moment is the color. It's a bit too clean and smooth. Which looks great as a stylization but looses a little on the realism.
    you're probably right
    i think this happens a lot because i can rarely decide on wheter to go for style or realism when i start out ... ending up in an undefined mess gotta work on that more



    oh boi, here's some chaos
    i promise, next time there will be studies again <.<





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    participated in my first gamejam
    we were a small team and had 48 hours to make our little 2D sidescroller game
    i mainly worked on backgrounds and assets

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    not much time lately :<

    some studies and enviro from life

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    Hey, I love your random art!
    I haven't been doing much lately so I consider what you did here as a good job!

    Keep updating~

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