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I'm an Illustration student at RIT, working on my skills so I can get into some sort of concept art career.
Right now I'm trying to focus on better learning the human figure, as I didn't get as much out of foundation figure drawing as I really needed, though I'm aiming to get better at digital painting while doing so.
For now all I have is a figure painting I did tonight of JB-Fotodesign's Walking
I'm studying abroad in Croatia and all of my sketchbooks can't be put into the internet.
Side note: for the sketchbook/basic practice, if I worked while looking at a photo, should I cite it- or does it not really matter?
Last edited by Cericke; June 22nd, 2014 at 12:04 AM.
I don't think it really matters provided you don't claim it to be yours or use it for any purpose different than studying, personal stuff. But it would be helpful to know when you used references or not because you know that looking at pictures while drawing makes the whole thing easier. For instance, my goal is to be able to draw the figure properly without using pictures, did you use reference for these sketches??
You're right Cerickle. I always try to sketch from imagination and I sometimes become frustrated because of my not being able to do it accurately. I forget that it takes years to master something without references!! I should do the same.
Been a long time. Here's what I've been up to. I should probably work more on speed paintings and thumbnails, instead of just finished pieces and anatomical studies.
Last edited by Cericke; October 3rd, 2012 at 09:50 AM. Reason: Oh jeez, attachments are stranger now.