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April 30th, 2012 #1
Phew... well.. hello everyone, i guess? :3
Okay it feels really weird that i am finally writing something and making a sketchbook here..
As you can see, i have been around for a while.. But i never actually participated in this forums life. I just stalk around here silently from time to time.. But.. Lets change that!
Okay so what can i tell you about myself. My name is Nat (Natalia). I was born in Russia but moved to Germany when i was 13. I currently live in Munich. I ve been drawing since i was little but its been only a couple of years ago where i started to discover painting and also started to draw more seriously hoping to do it for a living someday. I am currently studying graphic design. But i really want to tilt more towards illustration. My biggest childhood dream was to someday work as an artist at Walt Disney Studios! *_*
So why am i here? I decided to practice more.. Try to develop a style.. And to actually upload all that stuff here for people to troll ;P Also, to hopefully make some awesome artist friends on the interwebs! So wanna be my friend??? OOOH COMEON!
Okay i think thats enough text now (I doubt anyone will read it anyway so..)
Here are some still lifes and animal sketches i did recently! The still lifes are from life, the animals are prom photos. Some imaginative animals will follow soon...
See you around guys... *___*v
Puh. I can't believe i did this..
Last edited by Natalia Soleil; May 3rd, 2012 at 11:50 AM.
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May 3rd, 2012 #2
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Hello and welcome!
Beautiful color studies! You're ahead of me so I can't think of any crits for now. Looking forward to seeing more.
I'm also curious about your process of work and where have you learned your skills. From your graphic design course? From books?
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May 8th, 2012 #4
Beautiful still lifes. What can I say - ehm yes, portfolio level.
Keep up your wonderful paintings
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May 10th, 2012 #5
@ Llinda: thank you! Well, as i said, ive been drawing for quite a while already, looking at books, other peoples work, failing often, like everyone out there i guess
@ Klaustrophil Thank you! Im trying ;_;
Okay here is some recent stuff!
One new stillife.
Some very quick sketches from the zoo.
And some imaginative doodels!
May 10th, 2012 #6
Wow awesome start!
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May 10th, 2012 #7
Wow! I like your still-life drawings a lot! They are simply amazing!
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May 10th, 2012 #8
I love your animals. Great work. Keep posting.
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May 22nd, 2012 #11
great lizard-sketches. i alos enjoy your skull-study.
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May 22nd, 2012 #12
The only crit so far would be to try and add sharpness to your studies seeing that they are blurry. Be confident, add those details that make the image pop and believable
I've also just started my own sketchbook so we're kinda in the same boat, hehe
Anyway, I've subscribed to your sketchbook now so I'll be trolling around from now on (only creative/productive crits from me, don't worry)
Muh name's Boti, use it
PORTFOLIO - http://harkobotond.carbonmade.com/
Sketchbook - http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=1#post3458987
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the point you made to draw those lizard studies on that paper texture was really smart. Its always good practice to throw in unlikely reference and base a design of that, bound to form something new! will be back to check out the dragons!!
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