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May 24th, 2012 #1
Me vs Anatomy (and other things)
Hi Everyone! Long time lurker here. This is my first post and first sketchbook. I've been drawing on and off for quite some time, but now I've finally decided to go 100% on it.
I'm trying to go over the basics as well as anatomy, hope you can help me!
Updates always on the last page
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(Sorry about the bad scan quality by the way, I forgot to make darker lines )
(that convulted shape next to the pear is supposed to be an apple)
(gestures from posemaniacs.com)
Last edited by Januz; June 20th, 2012 at 06:30 PM.
May 28th, 2012 #3
This is so confusing. First I see some typical beginner's stuff and then BAM! you've got that plane and other neat works.
May 29th, 2012 #4
Good start here! just keep at it!
May 29th, 2012 #5
HederaHiberna - Thanks , I did study some of these some time ago. I'm refreshing some and also trying to go deeper on the basics.
kidult - Thanks!
Some more stuff:
* My ellipses are still wonky
* I need to get my brushstrokes under control (damn anxiety)
May 30th, 2012 #6
Still trying to get a better grasp on painting
June 2nd, 2012 #7
The last few days haven't been too productive, but here's more stuff
June 2nd, 2012 #8
Hey! well done for starting your SB
like HederaHiberna there is some very diverse stuff on here...are the pencil sketches older than the digital stuff? some of the digital sketches show a much better grasp on value and form than the pencil ones...maybe its because you have better control of the settings of the digital brushes I dont know...but it looks good..I will point out that in your perspetive studies...keep in mind that 2 point persppective vanishing points will almost always (if not always...and someone can clarify it) be outside the image borders...when dealing with right angles...in fact by spacing them out, the one picture of the cube from below looks a lot better than the one of say...the cube receiving the shadow from the plane.
anyhow, it's great that you're putting all this work in, pencil to paper and studying your anatomy..you'll be sure to improve much that way!
keep it up!
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June 2nd, 2012 #9
Hey Claudio, thanks for stopping by!
The ships are from about 1 week before I started this SB. Everything else is from the day/s it was posted.
Thanks for the tip on perspective. I noticed on my enviro sketches above that almost all of them have the a vanishing point inside the image, which is not always the case. I got bored with perspective after a while, but I'll definatively get back to it
June 2nd, 2012 #10
Your sketchbook is off to a great start Januz. I really like those nose studies.
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June 2nd, 2012 #11
June 4th, 2012 #12
Blue Gun, Thanks!
Psychobuddy Thanks for the comment, my target for this week is to do at least a full page of studies for each part of the face and then start working on complete faces
Eyes and lips for today. The eyes page includes some older stuff
June 5th, 2012 #13
Hair day, and a skull
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