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    Wladimir's sketchook -C&C appreciated!

    Hi there guys, My name is Wladimir and im from Dominican Republic, i have learned a few things at the university but i still lack practice, so i try to study daily while i can. I dont want to rush into other things like creating my own work while having flaws with things like anatomy, composition and such, so im taking it slow and making studies.

    Here we gooo

    Here are some studies i did digitally, im still making my way into digital medium since ive spent most of my life using traditional techniques.
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    Im having a problem with the attachments, let me see again if it works.
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    A few more studies
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    A scene from a movie and a portrait i did a time ago while waiting for a class.
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    More anatomy studies and a few ones of my hand from life
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    I made this armor study yesterday.
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    And finally, today's studies so far, a still life and some life drawings of my hand!
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    Hey guys, a few more studies from today!

    I took some photos to study them (cup of tea, silver shiny stuff) made some weird ice study, and made some quick poses at posemaniacs with the timer set on 60secs
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    I also forgot to post this portrait of Kanye West i made a few weeks ago
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    Nice looking work. I see you aren't afraid to tackle reflective things and transparent things. I'm scared to try them. The armor is quite nice. I tried a shiny suit of armor once and failed so badly I had to curl up in the corner and cry.

    One bit of advice: It looks like you're trying to solve little value relationship problems before solving the big ones. I think this is why each wrinkle seems to go from 0% in the valley to 100% at the peak. Before worrying about little wrinkles in the shirt or the face, you need to squint your eyes and establish the big relationships. Then you can work into the details while keeping the big relationships intact. In the case of wrinkles and things, just tiny hints in the right places will get the job done. Don't feel that you have lay in tone for the entire length of every crevasse.

    Onwards!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdiegert View Post
    Nice looking work. I see you aren't afraid to tackle reflective things and transparent things. I'm scared to try them. The armor is quite nice. I tried a shiny suit of armor once and failed so badly I had to curl up in the corner and cry.

    One bit of advice: It looks like you're trying to solve little value relationship problems before solving the big ones. I think this is why each wrinkle seems to go from 0% in the valley to 100% at the peak. Before worrying about little wrinkles in the shirt or the face, you need to squint your eyes and establish the big relationships. Then you can work into the details while keeping the big relationships intact. In the case of wrinkles and things, just tiny hints in the right places will get the job done. Don't feel that you have lay in tone for the entire length of every crevasse.

    Onwards!
    Thanks man! haha yeah those shiny things can become really tricky!

    I definitely understand what you say ill do my best to follow your advice! ive been having that problem for a while haha.

    These are some of the things i did in these days, that portrait took me more than i expected but it was a fun thing to do, tried to get the colors right without picking them from the photo.

    And some sketches i made while waiting for the teacher in the class, some things that came to my mind for the Crimson Daggers bloodsports, lets see if i can make it before the deadline.

    Thats it for now guys, have a nice day!
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    It's been a while since i posted here haha, thats what happens when you get homeworks, and works together and fall into a black hole of just working :/.

    While i recover from this time vortex i fell into, ill leave you with this piece i made for a contest.
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    A few studies from today and a few weeks ago guys!

    Thats all for now!
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