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well here are the drawings i made over this few days, ive been practicing alot of perspective im gonna do more figures i got loomis! so im gonna read the hell out of it too i need to draw more -.-
DRAW DRAW DRAW
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Hola! y que bueno que te hallas animado por tomarlo en serio, es un buen inicio para tu sketchbook. Me gustan bastantes los diseños con tramados del primer post, sigue trabajando en ellos! También los estudios que estás haciendo, trata de hacer el trazo más limpio, arriesgate. Te aconsejaría que para los cilindros también apliques perspectiva y su construcción. Espero ver más actualizaciones seguidas.
Good vibes !
well here are the sketches of theese days im trying to up de drawing hours per day but my schedule hasnt allowed me to do so, well anyhoo here they are
Hey man! Thanks for the super nice comment in my sketchbook!
Improvement is 90% hard work and 10% hating the taste of dissatisfaction.
Also don't worry about improving "fast". Focus on getting quality studies, and the rapid pace will follow on its own. Lets say you have a study that takes you 3 weeks--ok, so it's taking a while, but if you're truly focused and learning during that time, the things you learn will carry with you into the next study and suddenly you'll be making good decisions, quickly, and noticing "fast' improvement. So, focus! Consciously analyze everything you're doing during a study.
You're off to a great start, definitely focus on the basics of simplified shape. I notice in a lot of your anatomy studies, you 're focusing a lot on the torso and fleshing out the details of those muscles, but then your legs and heads just fade into simple lines that aren't the correct shape or proportion. I'd suggest stopping before you flesh out the torso, and start only with the simple shapes of ALL the body parts. This way you can determine right away if the legs or the head are in the right place in relation to what you know best (the torso). Then as you flesh out the torso, the rest of the limbs won't feel like an after thought.
I hope that made sense and wasn't confusing.
Buckle down and do some hardcore studies! You're on the right path!
wow thank you so much!
hala:youre right i flesh the torso right away but that is because i have been focusing on it and ive improved quite a lot im moving into arms and legs but ill keep on doing more and more quick poses and take your suggestion in doing some long ones
here are all ive been doing as of late
Good start. Keep them coming.
well this is what i did two nights ago and yesterday i just inmmersed myself in figure studying im getting alot more confident when drawing a pose that little fear when i saw i kinda difficult one is almost gone i have gained the knowledge to tackle quite alot of my usual problems so thats good right?
of course im still a dimwitt in everything else, being color composition linework anything hahaha guess ill just have to draw draw draw and draw
also im gonna quote a bit of an article that made smile and i totally agree with.
"You will achieve greatness only through an enormous amount of hard work over many years. And not just any hard work, but work of a particular type that's demanding and painful"
well here are the figures of today ! im struggling with structure still but i feel my line changing more and more im broadening my comfort zone
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those studies look eddible. keep it up.
Really good job so far. Just make sure to also draw from life.
"The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark." - Michelangelo
Gracias por pasarte por el SB! (I'm Spanish too)
Tu sketchbook tiene muy buena pinta, mucho mejor que el mío, yo aún tengo muchos problemas con la figura y cómo dibujar la anatomía desde distintos ángulos, etc, me vuelvo loco! Me ha gustado mucho lo que has hecho con los rotuladores o boli, las ilustraciones abstractas con hatching y patterns (mierda, esto de hablar inglés todo el día...a veces me cuesta explicarme en español sobre estos temas jaja). Muy muy chulo, keep it up
jajaja gracias dave a mi tambien aveces me cuesta hablar traducir algunos tecnicismos de dibujo que solo se en ingles jajaja
and for everyone else thank you so much for the support, and yes most of my poses are from photographs but im planning some weekly zoo trips to draw people and animals so i have to get my quick drawing poses to the par of the people and especially the animals! ive done this before but i did a terrible job at it so ill try to keep the animals to a minimum and focus on the poeple, ill update tomorrow with all ive done i hope its to your liking and you can see my progress.
a lot of sketches. good job and keep it up.
whats up guys mi usual dump haha im drawing alot also focusing greatly on structure (and a little bit on lips and mouth my alltime problem) when i feel im confident enough with basic forms i will move on with anatomy have patience im getting eager to do it too but i just feel i gotta keep on doing gestures and structure
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Keep up this pace, and you'll be seeing major results in no time. Some things are kind of hard to see, so it may be worth bringing things into an image editing program to adjust the levels and contrast.
It looks like you have the areas of study pretty well covered already. Other than what you're already doing, I'd recommend some in-depth still lifes where you try to get your version to match as close as possible. This will help a lot with realism, color use and control over your tonal range.
hey lionheart .. thanks for the sketchook comments.
You appear to be doing great although you might wanted sharpen your pencil?
Something to try at your current level is a couple of tone studies where you think just in terms of light and shadow rather than line. Would be great for those portraits you have been doing. You need to get reference from a single light source though.
Your figures are looking good so far, if you havent already check out Michael Hampton's book I think it would be right up your street.
For the Bridgmans try not to just copy but apply them to something. Like photo ref or life. Even try and copy and then draw from memory. Anything that keeps you thinking.
Just keep going and have fun!
and ill be sure to stop by your sb i love to see your drawings
thank you so much! i have been starting some hand and feet practice heads well its a subject im kinda having trouble improving im getting stuck,
btw to everyone that has been in this post, i have over 250+ pages of drawings i need to scan all of then recent from but i cant seem to find the time to do so, i dont even know if im gonna scan them all
OK guys HUGE update basicly most of what ive been up to, its all a little mix excuse me for that but i guess you can see the improvement but i had some problems lately and getting back on the horse C: plus i have a tablet now so im getting messily as always into digital and color if any of you could recommend me any reading or guidelines to all this digital painting that would be great
well today wasnt very art packed yknow, i promise a lot more in the future, i did a couple of portraits and some composition studies and more miscelanious practice here and there well here are the drawings anyway, as always any feedback is appretiated.
some more girls today i want to practice my females more and tomorrow ill practice males and maybe some color, a couple studies for sure
You have awesome studys here!
sooo today i did some figures and portraits i really liked the back one i made it an extra effort to try and use line weight to show form and it went good i think, what do you think?
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