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    Oneisu's sketchbook

    Welcome...
    Thought i would share some stuff of my study. This is my journey to become more great in Art.
    Hope you all can give some advice for me. Thanks.

    *Get to the last post, to see my lattest drawing.

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    Volume & Perspective

    Rough start.. LOL

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    Some friend told me to playing around again with perspective.

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    Volume & Perspective

    Keep it up, more sketch here..!!!

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    Volume & Perspective

    New sketch.

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    still trying to develop volume and perspective, it's quite boring now. LOL, any idea what should i draw next?

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    keep at the studies, but also draw stuff you also want to draw on the side and have fun, if you just go to hard at studies in the start you might lose the joy of drawing just a tip from personal experience and from seeing friends go at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snatti View Post
    keep at the studies, but also draw stuff you also want to draw on the side and have fun, if you just go to hard at studies in the start you might lose the joy of drawing just a tip from personal experience and from seeing friends go at it.
    You're right, i don't want to lose that joy, it's important for us to enjoy what we do, i almost forget about that, thanks for remind me.

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    Nose, Major Plane

    I'm start study with the nose, it's quite hard to make the nose pointing at right position, but it's just the beginning. LOL
    what about this?

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    Have you seen Proko's videos? The ones about how to draw the head from any angle are really helpful for building up your 3D mental model. Right now, I'm getting the feeling from some of your drawings that you lay down lines but don't have a solid idea in your mind of how the thing looks in 3D.

    Also worth building up is your idea of how it all fits together (need to think of it as one structure, not as isolated parts or as particular lines you lay down). I found the Reilly method to be helpful for this -- it's all about 'rhythms' of the face, i.e. what stuff connects to what other stuff, how you can find facial features in relation to other facial features. Ron Lemen explains it well here (video is squished tho -- here is a text/images non-squished version). By googling you can find other demos and examples, like this one. Here are some more links.


    That said, what do you want to draw? Why do you want to draw, what are your goals? It's a bit hard to do studies in the abstract without any kind of goal to work towards -- it's easy to get bored and lose context. What sort of thing would you love to be able to draw? You could try drawing that now, at your current skill, and then you'll be able to see better what you need to work on next.

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    Lol, I can't stop laughing at that Taeyeon gif XD.

    Anyways, good on you for studying. I agree with Lulie, Proko's videos are great, they'll help you get some form to those eyeballs too.

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    Lulie :
    wow..it's great to get more comment from you,thanks.
    i've seen that videos and as you see i need more practice to feel dimension of my object, your'e right it's easy to get bored, i feel it right now.
    My goals right now is i can make good figure drawing, i'am a 3DAnimator right now, but i really love 2Danimation, so i dicide to more serious with my drawing skill, and hope i can make 2Danimation movie someday.

    But sometimes i'm worry with my self, this quetion always come : am i good right now with perspective? is it a good time right now to start drawing head? or i should back to draw more box/building/or elipse?

    maybe you have some problem like this before?
    thank's


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    LOL, i really love that gif.
    i am fan of her, she loves drawing too, hope i can make some potrait of her and can give me a reason to meet her. LOL
    Anyway maybe you can give me tips for my problem? I'm really thankfull for that.
    and i'm sorry if my english are really bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snatti View Post
    keep at the studies, but also draw stuff you also want to draw on the side and have fun, if you just go to hard at studies in the start you might lose the joy of drawing
    Seconded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneisu View Post
    Ambiguity:
    LOL, i really love that gif.
    i am fan of her, she loves drawing too, hope i can make some potrait of her and can give me a reason to meet her. LOL
    If it's that easy I'll paint her right now haha.

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    Anyway maybe you can give me tips for my problem? I'm really thankfull for that.
    and i'm sorry if my english are really bad.
    Well, the way you're drawing the lids right now they don't have any thickness. When you look at a person's eye you should be able to see the bottom of the top lid(although it might be bathed in shadow or blend in with the lashes), and you should see the top of the bottom lid.

    Again, Proko's videos are good at explaining this:
    How to Draw Eyes - Structure
    How to Draw an Eye - Step by Step

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    new drawing from me, it's been long time since my last post, haha, but i keep the study and i hope it make it more better.
    some random sketch, so i don't get bored.

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    Now i'm trying focus to develop the head, start with proportion and the surface plane.
    It's hard to draw the head from below, still don't understand where's the problem.

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    your perspective drawings are very good, as well as the 3D forms. The recent head studies are nice too, they should help you with the placement of the features. When you draw heads from below, the important thing to remember is overlapping. We tend to place the features where we think they should go instead of really looking at the picture and getting those overlaps how they should be. The shaded nose drawings look awesome btw. Keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus Masochist View Post
    your perspective drawings are very good, as well as the 3D forms. The recent head studies are nice too, they should help you with the placement of the features. When you draw heads from below, the important thing to remember is overlapping. We tend to place the features where we think they should go instead of really looking at the picture and getting those overlaps how they should be. The shaded nose drawings look awesome btw. Keep it up!
    I appreciate that, thanks. Hopefully i can improve it again.


    I have some quetion about surface plane. Besides to help me draw in perspective, is there another function with this tool(surface plane) to help me in drawing? thanks (hope u guys not confused with my words)


    Here's some new drawing.

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