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I know that technique to draw straight lines, though I feel like it's very difficult with my current tablet. It's to small or something. Also I wonder how I can rotate the canvas in photoshop. I know there is the function, but I got to look up how to do again ^^
Hey man, youve made some progress already. A couple things: Its good that youre doing studies but try and study something relevant that you can apply to current work. For your digital the one of the three kids is a big improvement, working with bigger blocks to start with and building up will keep things more solid and less messy.
Try not to worry so much about the quantity of studies you are doing and focus on quality. Remember, youre doing them to learn so look at the form and the light and find what it is that piece has to teach you and you will improve faster
it's great to see how hard you work. if you keep up that level of work you'll be really good really soon. so dont stop. yo're doing well
just giving you this very useful link. read carefully and you'll possibly learn a lot new useful things about digital art: http://www.itchstudios.com/psg/art_tut.htm
Thanks for the motivating words!! Now every day I feel too lazy I can remember that and hopefully get startet again ^^
Thank you for the link too!! I found it some days ago accidently too, and I must say it's incredibly helpfull. A lot of information, explained with tiny pictures and examples. Thank you so much, it's better to get some links twice than not at all ^^
hey man! stopped by here to return a favor. thx for visiting my sketchbook. i see you re improving, really shows since the first post. i like your geometric and solids studies, shows your effort. keep on exploring and keep up the good work!
by the way...how do you make the sketchbook link look good like yours?
and that link Lux gave you is awesome. thx
so all the best, c ya soon, vinc
I'm sorry for the late response x_x"
I really liked your city XD
It looks fun to do~!
Did you use Google sketchup for it?
It's a great application, if you don't have it, you might want to give it a try.
Wow, that's great!Yesterday I gave this artstudio app a try again. And I must say, I have much more Ideas somehow when I paint on my mobile
I think you have more ideas because you worry less about the quality of the drawings~
It's all about fun XD
Aaaand the shapes rendering
Really great start Prototypt'.I'm sure it'll help us all improve a lot!
Keep it up!
Great shapes, I can see that you're developing already XD
That 3rd shape's shadow sure was difficult, but that's what we need to try~"harder"
But don't neglect your references, you might have missed something~
Let's all do our best
Wow!the city's lookin' great @3@ and that tiger's gorgeous
Nice hand study over there 2~
And about the tiny sketches, I didn't really recognize them XD
Keep updating and improving!~
seems like you worked a lot while i've been away. great to see you working that hard
really like your photo studies and the last scenery rules. also like the way you're practising light and shadow in your studies. (guess i need to start doing this, too)
Great, now that you have your new tablet, you should post more~
I think you should do color studies~
Try exercises like this one: Here
It's a great channel, I found his videos very useful~
Go check it out.
Thank you veeerryyy much!!! I will do much more with colours in future! I see them as my weakest point. I have very much problems with creating a good mood and picking the correct colours.
I feel fine with the details and general form of my sketches. They still need a lot of practice of course, but without good colour I allways feel like my painting looks flat/boring/... So this is where I want to go first, make my stuff look good at the first glimpse, so I can focus on good ideas more.
I will do much more of these, they might not allways look really great, but I think and hope it will help me
Good result!You're not so far from it, just keep practicing and you'll get there in no time~^^
Hey, thanks for the answers!!!
Stpete: If I wanted to use one I'd have done so Thanks for the tip, but I wanted to make this without using shortcuts. Also this was more about the colors, so giving it a texture would propably make the colour be less important.
yay a little start in anatomy very nice to see (more, more )
again cool photo studies and trying to get a routine in painting seems to be a good attitude. (makes me feel kinda lazy)
oh and class trip was alright, thanks for asking^^
wish you good luck for your english exams !
Hey dude, awesome that you're doing thumbnails! Too many people seem to not do them at all, but it'll help you so much learning what compositions work both in the short and long term, without having to go through the trouble of rendering things out too much.
I suggest you go for something without too much complexity in the pose and perspective, that way you get to focus on laying everything out properly and nailing the proportions. A one-point perspective drawing with awesome proportions will always look better than some super distorted angle with fisheye with no idea what's going on in the actual drawing haha. And start bringing a sketchbook with you and just draw boxes in perspective or something, anything!
I loved #4, nice angle.
And #5 and 7 have potential too.
Should I cheat too and put my sketch as an anatomy drawing? X'D haha.
The angel is looking demonic, she's good, you just need anatomy studies.
Really good nose study 2~
Keep it up!
Thank you too
I am taking a break of like half a week, I got some tennis matches by tomorrow and want to sleep well ^^ So I am not going to be awake until 3 am, but go to bed at half past 11pm
I will finish the angle soon though, the anatomy should be correct by now, thanks for pointing that out