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    Sketchbook: Raymond Luk

    Welcome! Critiques are graciously welcome
    I'm aiming for concept design, hope to improve everyday

    +It's not about the quantity, but the quality+
    +Don't wander aimless; define your goal+
    +Sing songs, not just scales+


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    Here's some stuff I've been doing recently, just some general anatomy.

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    Right now, I'm actually focusing on feet, which brings me to a point: Drawing different poses of feet could be helpful, but what can I study to allow me to draw a full foot rotation accurately [guidelines, perspective, no ref]?

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    Lovely anatomy studies, especially the color-coded muscles of the legs. I'd like to see more.

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    Did more foot sketches today

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    Just imagine that, but more, and so I wanted to get away from it and did some picture studies here with references from deviantArt here and here

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    Today's work

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    Gosh, haven't done anything in aggggess @_@ been doing lotsa life drawing lately, but gotta work a ton on tones and value for sure @_@
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    A quick lil perspective test before I draw it on paper
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    Tried a mini test plan :0 Not sure how the front view and side views might apply other than to indicate the height ._.
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    Great work on the anatomy studies (I'm jealous of you ability to draw feet :<) and also on the greyscale paintings (though I think the left one could use a lot more darker shadows)

    Please take a look at my Sketchbook! <- Comments are highly appreciated and returned C:
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    Your anatomy studies are gorgeous, especially shoulder bones. And feet are so damn cool. Keep it up!

    Thanks for stopping by in my SB!

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    Heh heh thanks you guys, but those are old woorks Definitely gotta work with a wider range of value @_@

    Just a lil update, no sketch today , school in 6 hours, and this fever isn't helping me stay awake, so ima retire tonight
    These be my roughs for tomorrow's class (2D design. Theme: full moon)
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    and the bat study accompanying it :0 compliments of deviantart and google for their refs
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    Nice bat studies! Even if I wonder why you cutted one wing off. it's digital, so you can can move around stuff or make the canvas bigger. Missing things looks just strange here. Well, but I like the bat in the upper left corner a lot. There'S some nice brushwork on the left wing =)

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    Whoops you're right, It didn't even slip into my mind that I could move it xD Ha hah thank you, i'll do some more in depth studies pretty soon actually

    And here's an acrylic painting done today, spent about 6 hours working it up from life. I'm slowly getting a handle on how to blend :0 Subject matter is a squash I think
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    Blaaarg been procrastinating and slowly doing homework lately, so here's a selection of 1's, 3's, 5's, and 10/15 min poses from a 6 hour life drawing session :0
    Some are good, some are bad, and some are fantastic baby
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    Nice anatomy stuff man, keep pushing out those studies

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    Hey Will, I'll toss some studies in after homework tonight

    For now, here's this! :0 I gotta loosen up on these sketches, too scared of wrecking my art >
    Reminds me of Samus
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    Thanks for the encouraging words, and I'm loving those figure drawings! Keep at it man!

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    @kiichi You too bro!

    @Goremageddon Saw your foot study, coming along, but I actually learned most of what I know about feet from nude life drawing Especially in those 5 minute and more poses, try to really observe the details of the hands and feet :0

    A quick update: been super lazy lately and procrastinating + wasting time, gotta get back into it and do something... right after I seriously spend time on my homework @_@

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    I'm not sure if you have noticed, but you have a strong tendency to enlarge the legs and feet of your figures.

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    You're right, I do! :0 Even in life drawing, I definitely gotta pay attention to my scale .0.

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    You can do it ! great job on the studies! Really kicking me to get on mine again

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    Dropped by to say thanks for all help and encouragement! Your life studies are looking great, and I can see why you support so much practicing and studies.

    I have to agree with karmazon on the emphasis of the lower half of the body. They seem a bit thicker/wider than they should be. Besides that, love the details!

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    @Nerferinn Go for it!

    @G-ro Thanks for dropping by Ha ha, I support it, but I myself am lazy .0. And I agree too! Needa study some anatomy hardcore xD

    Here's a little random sketch, coloring a bit more than normal, really need to whip out some studies @_@
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    Here's a 20 minute film study I did today :0 Focused too much on the details on johnny's head, and didn't even get around to blurring
    So hard to get the color of that railing >..< I see it sorta has a orangish tint but just by colorpicking, it's way too hard, so I had to paint orange over the blue, and get a value from that @_@ Hope I'll be able to see colors better the more I do this
    It's Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides xD Got the screen cap from http://screenmusings.org
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    and some 1 min gestures from yesterday
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    and 3 mins! :0
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    A lil paint study from yesterday :0
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    A few more paint studies, so bad at matching colors and stuff .3.
    Just not sure how to do this >....< Should I do value studies instead? or just keep sticking to colors? Any tips?

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