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Hey all, I'm Jess and I like to do the drawing thing.
I actually had a sketchbook before this, but it went abandoned so I'm kind of forcing myself to make a new one and get rolling with those studies haha.
Critiques and tips are greatly appreciated!
Last edited by Aquaticdog; April 16th, 2013 at 06:26 AM.
Sketches are looking really good, especially for a 16 year old, hope to see more .
my sketchbook- http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=235313&page=3
I like your faces quite a bit! They are detailed, but still retain a nice painterly feel!
I think you might be better off checking out some of the other gesture tools like pixel lovely or love castle. They are the same thing, only with photos. There's just something very stiff about the poses from Posemaniacs... Which, of course, is exactly what you don't want in your gesture drawings.
Isn't doctor who fun, though? I binge on that show every once in awhile. So many episodes to watch!
Also, edit: I noticed the thread title for the first time. Are you an Avatar far? I looooove that show. Korra has been really exciting to watch too...
Last edited by syrella; May 4th, 2012 at 11:56 AM. Reason: Typo
Syrella: thank you! yeah I gotta start doing gestures from real photos! yes I've been obsessively watching Doctor Who as of late hehe. And whoot! and Avatar fan! /highfive Korra is great so far.
Well school is slowly eating me so it's getting hard for me to find time to draw haha;;;
Uhmm some Tony Stark or Robert D. Junior haha
i like seeing more teens on here
for your 30 s gestures I can see that they're off in terms of anatomy which is why they're looking like that. Instead of trying 30, why not extend the time a bit more? 50s (i think that's one of the options) and try to focus on getting the form and anatomy down instead of going fast
also some studies in terms of proportions/anatomy from a bammes/bridgeman etc would greatly help
keep it up
i like figure paints
So it looks like my shitty phone camera is giving all my sketchbook paper a rainbow hue... after much consideration I have decided it's... magic....
So anyway yeah I'm starting to realise how much I need to work on my enviros... at least I didn't use the colour picker tool for once! /fist pump
Whimsnicole: oh my gosh you are now the coolest person. Thank you!
rajeshB: haha, thank you! (x
Fiskepudding: age doesn't really matter though because in the end it's all the same. But thank you very much!
Until a short while ago I had this artblock, but after discovering music by Patrick Wolf I am RE-INSPIRED
Hey, thanks for your comment I love the scenes with the trees in #13. Those arm studies are looking great too.
Aaaa I love this sketchbook so much! I love your coloring and pencil lines, you're absolutely brilliant! Can't wait to see more~!
Name-twin! You're back!! lovely strokes and texture but make sure to keep practicing anatomy underneath too, the neck-to-shoulder connection especially for now
Great work on the lighting, color, and texturing of the latest pieces. Keep posting!
I keep disappearing, sorry about that.
also my birthday came and passed. SIGH
Starshaker: thank you : )
krysjez: hehe thanks, I'll keep a lookout for those areas
MeteorCat: thank you so much!
vlad74: thank you aaa
Last edited by Aquaticdog; April 16th, 2013 at 06:36 AM.