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Thread: Hui's first sketchbook ^^
May 6th, 2012 #1
Hui's first sketchbook ^^
Hello everyone!Welcome to my first sketchbook!My name is Hui Yinan and I'm from China.I've been learning painting for nearly 3 years.I love to draw but have never studied in art schools,maybe that's why I think the speed of my progress is too slow.I really want to improve my skills and learn knowledge from here,so I decided to post my stuff since today.Any critique is appreciated!
(Sorry for my poor English!^^)
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May 9th, 2012 #4
Wow man, great painting studies on the first post (love the eyes) and I wouldn't worry about speed just worry about the quality of your work.
my sketchbook- http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=235313&page=3
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May 11th, 2012 #5
Thank you guys!I'll persist in doing practice.
Perhaps "worrying about speed" is one of my biggest problem right now.When I draw fast,the quality apparently become lower,just like this one(today's practise)
Expect feedbacks,thank you guys!
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May 30th, 2012 #9
Great practice! You have a wonderful attention to detail, and I can see you're improving quickly. I especially liked the little owls. (: One thing to notice is how you start a drawing, especially of a human... I'm very guilty of starting off with something "fun" like the face, clothes, etc. and ignoring the body proportions until it's too late. I can tell something is definitely off in the image of the young woman, where her body seems to kind of dissolve after the rib cage. It's always good to take a minute and think about the underlying form of the skeleton, even when drawing quickly.
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May 31st, 2012 #11
Thank you guys!So happy to recieve your advices!Natalia Soleil,you're right!"Hand" is really really hard to draw(in my opinion).Maybe I cared about the contour too much than the construction,thank you for pointing it out!
And thank you hziegel!But sorry,I didn't quite catch your point.My faulte,you know,my English is really not good. Could you explain it in a little more detail? Do you mean it looks a little flat around her ribcage?
June 20th, 2012 #12
Hi everybody!It's been a little while since my last practise(thanks to my japanese boss,every day is full of work,work,work,overwork,work...).Anyway here's my latest practise,a female skull.How's the shading looks like? Can you guys feel the form or Volume?Or still a little flat?(Poor English,sorry again)Like always,any critique is welcomed!
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