Thanks, you're right.
They were just quick sketches for fun, but I could've done better than just playing around.
Thanks for the critique, always appreciated.
Glad to see you here
Ah, you're right.I just tend to draw fast, so I don't concentrate on quality or proportions I know.
Thanks again for the feedback!Appreciated.
Here's some of what I've done an hour ago using posemaniac.com
I had a lot of fun doing these actually, I might continue later if I finished some other stuff.
Nice anatomy studies. I like the loose-ness of the sketches in the top page.
Yeah I like them loosethanks!
I've been drawing daily but nothing deserves to be shared.=_=
hey there, nice sketchbook! i really like the style you got going from post #58! very nice
keep doing those posemaniacs! thats really good practice, i could also recommend you http://www.lovecastle.org/draw/ and http://www.pixelovely.com/gesture/figuredrawing.php !
Cute stuff! I like your stylized stuff. Lots of energy!
One suggestion I have though is to not use Posemaniacs so much. There are a few other tools out there from pixel lovely and life castle which have photographs of real people and offer the same timer mechanism. Posemaniacs has some good qualities like being able to circle 360 around the model. However, the poses there are a bit stiff in my opinion and there's a fair amount that you just won't get from studying a 3 D model. Information is missing. The general rule is to stay as close to the source material as possible. Like, drawing from life would be the best bet. Figure drawing classes are awesome. Save that, study photos or do master copies. Third resort would maybe be a tool like Posemaniacs.
Hi, thanks a lot!Yeah I should do more "from life" and these sites are just gorgeous.Appreciated~
Thank you so much~You're totally right!
Appreciate the feedback
Here's a Bryan Fury sketches.
Now that I've posted this, I'll get back to study creatures' skeletons.And that's actually fun
Nice job on post 50! Just keep drawing and remember to have fun.
Last edited by jorvaa; July 27th, 2012 at 02:47 PM.
Thanks a lot you guys! ^___^
And jorvaa, hehe no problem!Glad you like my scribbles ;v;
7 months since my last update?!!
And the bad part about that is that I don't have anything worth sharing atm.
I had a break from drawing that lasted for almost 3 months.yeah.
So I'm training my hand, wrist and elbow again =_=
I no longer have a scanner -can't explain it haha- so I'll be posting digitals only I guess(still with a mouse though).
stupid things but I must update my SB, sorry that you'll have to see them ;v;
I lack creativity..............*kills herself* ;_; R.I.P
Last edited by Dihleez; November 30th, 2012 at 04:26 AM.
Wow a mouse? I always compared it to trying to draw with a brick, and you made it possible! Anyway make sure to draw traditionally as well because seeing that you use a mouse a lot, you would need that extra training to be able to draw with a pencil pretty well. I understand that you may have faults with your scanner but even if you can't share it with use it will be for your own self improvement. You only improve as much as you draw and there is no shortcut through this knowledge is there just to guide you the rest is just practice to be able to climb that mountain. Good luck to you!
nice sketchbook, keep it up my friend
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Hey, thanks for the awesome greeting!XD
Good news, I got my old tablet working!well, I can use it until I buy a new one.
Your'e a wise artist.
I'll put that in mind.Thnak you~
Now I know I'm a couch potato, but today I made something worth respect(to me of course)
Here's some of a 100(30sec) gestures I made this morning.Just for the sake of an update.
Happy to have stumbled upon/seen your sketchbook; it really inspires me to continue with my own studies. I don't have any critique to give unfortunately as I'm in the same boat as you--just beginning. Anywho, I hope you continue and consider yourself lurked. C:
There's a lot of schUng in your style, i sincerely hope you'll do something with that potential.
Thanks alot for the peek, and the lurking of course! haha.
Hi there~Wow, I never thought of it that way.Thank you for the vision!
SALUTE for you my hero, I needed to hear something like that very much! ;U;
Here's a fast sketch I did today with the new information I gathered here and there this month.
Very happy with the sudden improvement.
And if you can't tell, that's an old dangerous lady monkey that rules a gang somewhere in my fantasies.Yeah.
I'd better change this SB's sub-title to "aiming to get active"
Here's an old speedpainting and 2 sketches .I've turned the one I did before into a value study and corrected some stuff.Not finished yet but, I still feel it needs to be more intense and "dynamic".I hate the stiff look in this pose.
And as a gift, here's a gif for Kung Fu Hustle's epic musicians fight.Enjoy~=D
Keep it up!
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Don't be afraid to make mistakes. Nobody made good art by coloring in between the lines.
Ooooh, your anatomy is really improving from day dot! Same with a lot of your paintings
Keep 'em coming!
I'll be here with the Daggers for the rest of my art journey.
Keep pushing people, let us be great together-!
AeonPhoenix.Thanks for the encouraging, very appreciated.
smrrfette.Thanks! I hope so ( you come from the land down under ;A; I love that song! haha~ )
I did this moments ago.Don't ask, I'm too damn exhausted.It's 10AM and I'm still awake.Moreover, yesterday(the day before=v=) I had 4 hours rest only... TvT Insomnia you damn fkndglkjagkaghdfjblackberry!
You seem to be experimenting and doing a lot of different stuff, which is both great for your development and inspiring to see. In fact, I just got motivated to do some life studies Keep it up!
Hey everyone! Thanks alot!
I've been stuck-and still am- in a very messed up routine. No drawing, no nothing. Just wasting time.
So here I forced myself to do something! which is, basic shapes rendering -from imagination.
I'll try to stay in a chain of small activities in hope to overcome this crap.
We meet again Miss Morningtea... bwhahaha ^.^
I am very familiar with this phenomena, on occasion life gets in the way or you'll become jaded or bored with your progress and begin to procrastinate... when this happens I surround myself with art in all of its incarnations, especially music... an "art cocoon" so to speak.
But the only real tried and true way of breaking through this is to work it out I suppose, I'll be rootin' for ya!