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Thread: DamnStraight's Sketchbook
June 7th, 2012 #1
Okay, lets get to the pictures...
Last edited by DamnStraight; June 12th, 2012 at 06:59 AM.
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Hey! Welcome to the forum. I'm a beginner myself so I can't offer much in terms of a critique but if your looking for some books to start off with try these. Bridgman's Complete Guide to Drawing From Life and any books by Andrew Loomis. The Atlas of Human Anatomy For the Artist by Peck is a good one too. Those should start you off on the right track.
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June 9th, 2012 #3
This one is just from a tutorial, actually. I don't have a sphere handy at the moment...
June 9th, 2012 #4
June 10th, 2012 #5
Drawing some skulls
June 10th, 2012 #6
welcome to team sketchbook
You seem to have an idea of where to start, personally I think perspective is one of the best things you can focus on early on, especially on a project like skull drawings.
Taking the time to slow down and really work out the angles of those cheak pones and eye sockets will really pay off in the long run.
we all get the urge to do quicker studies, getting more drawings done can feel more productive. but often 1 drawing that takes 3-6 hours will be worth 50 or 60, shorter sessions.
in first year of college it was not unusual to spend 12-15 hours on an old boot, really focusing on perspective and value.
The most important thing is to just be stubborn enough to keep going. It's the most valuable tool an artist has.
June 10th, 2012 #7
Thanks for the advice
I'll start doing some perspective work today.
June 10th, 2012 #8
Everything imagination except rabbit and light bulb...
June 12th, 2012 #9
Some perspective and life drawing of a baby monitor
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June 12th, 2012 #12
I had a 5 dollar bill...so...
June 13th, 2012 #13
Life drawing of one of those ceiling sprinklers.
June 13th, 2012 #14
It's awesome how you draw whatever happens to be in the room. You'll never know when you'll need to draw a fire extinguisher from your imagination!
"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
June 13th, 2012 #15
June 22nd, 2012 #16