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    I'm now doing my first year in Digital Arts and Entertainment (DAE)
    and this was our first lesson with photoshop
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    my first studies

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    (made them this week)

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    Hey dont be embarrassed by your work, we all start somewhere, keep practicing and you'll be proud of the improvement you see, I hope you keep it up. Take a look at some Loomis books if you haven't already, its a good place to start. Nice work with your anatomy study by the way http://www.placidchaos.com/AM/index..../andrew_loomis

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    domo arigato mr roboto!
    the lineart is from my teacher Nick Marien (see signature)
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    thanks, being a litle embarrassed motivates me to get better
    I've got some old litle book from the 60's called Pencil Drawing for fun, actually quite helpful.

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    Oh dude I think you're improving already. You're on the right path, all you gotta do is keep travelling down it. c:

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    Everybody tells me my perspective isn't correct but I don't really see it which makes me crazy.
    I used a waypoint so what's still wrong?
    the lineart is from my teacher Nick Marien(see signature)
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    Hello Elias,

    For the perspective, have a look at the leg, standing on the ground. Don't use the leg that is raised to find the horizon line. Don't forget to post the name of the person who drew the line-art.
    Very cool that you're already working on your anatomy. Try to break things up when studying. For studying the muscles, concentrate on on part first and go the next one after that. Do life drawings to study the different proportions.
    Loomis is very good to start with.

    Good luck and have fun!

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    first landscape study
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    i see i've got some major mistakes, the foot of the mountain shouldn't be visible, grass surrounding the carriage schould border the image,...

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    Hello Elias,

    Don't rely on lines in your shading. I.e; the skyholes in the trees and shadow parts of the second wagon.
    The second wagon should also be placed higher.

    Keep doing them!
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