VictorQ No problem, I really enjoyed your sb. I Will come by more often Yes Im also going through loomis tho, I need to be more patient with the practise of his books. Thanks for the comment, I try to vary but I also need to do more things from my mind, something I feel is very hard atm ^^
Keep up your good work too.
Fungus Thank you That is a very good suggestion, I do think Im still a coward when it comes to use higher values and darker too. but thanks alot. really appreciate it! btw love your name
Been sick again so the drawing have been going abit slower than usuall. But anyway I must say that I truly appreciate all the help I got. big thanks to you all!
You've got some really lovely gesture sketches, and you're environments are nice too (I particularly like the cliffs/rocks in #15). Keep up with the facial studies, I think you're heading in a good direction with them.
i like the figure studies and the red dress painting in post #20 and the landscape painting from #24 it has a nostalgic feeling when it look at it!!
also good job on those head and nose studies !!
and i hope you get well soon :]
HEY NINA! just wanted to offer you some support and say how much i admire your courage for pursuing something you love! I too am in a similar boat. It's definitely worth investing in your future 8-9 hours a day/ 6days a week job of which you love than for the 5 hours a day spend at home. life lived weekend to weekend is too short right?! I'm glad you've found and chosen art as your passion!
You're improvement is amazing and i'm really digging your structuring technique for your gestures, it works well! how many hours a day on average would you say you draw? and any advice for something struggling to get over the whole curve of digital painting?
check out my : SKETCHBOOK: All critiques much needed and WELCOMED!
thanks i'll update some stuff pretty soon
i like how you use those rough textures in the first one to get the feeling of rocky surface
im not really that great of an artist but a word of advice, if i may,
the second piece has a very little feeling of depth right now it looks flat on paper try adding a lil fog and some desaturation for the far away hill/mountain to give it a feeling of depth so it feels that the mountain/hill is far far away
but nonetheless good job on the env.
Hey Nina I've really enjoyed looking through your sketchbook. I think you are doing well and studying all the right things, so no crits from me, just a large amount of encouragement to keep it up. I'm looking forward to watching your progress.