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November 25th, 2012 #1
Hi, take a look around!
(or just go to my last page => http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=258563&page=5 )
Last edited by Elias Leonard; December 25th, 2013 at 04:41 PM.
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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
Last edited by Elias Leonard; December 25th, 2013 at 04:40 PM.
November 30th, 2012 #3
my first studies
(made them this week)
December 3rd, 2012 #4
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
December 4th, 2012 #5
domo arigato mr roboto!
the lineart is from my teacher Nick Marien (see signature)
Last edited by Elias Leonard; December 5th, 2012 at 07:21 AM.
December 4th, 2012 #6
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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December 4th, 2012 #9
Oh dude I think you're improving already. You're on the right path, all you gotta do is keep travelling down it. c:
I lurk here sometimes.
December 5th, 2012 #10
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)
Last edited by Elias Leonard; December 5th, 2012 at 07:20 AM.
December 5th, 2012 #11
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!
December 6th, 2012 #12
first landscape study
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,...
Last edited by Elias Leonard; December 6th, 2012 at 10:43 AM.
December 6th, 2012 #13
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December 6th, 2012 #14
Thanks for the feedback, I really appreciate it
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December 7th, 2012 #16
Nice going, some things;
-It seems that you color picked the colors from your reference. Try to see the hue, value and saturation and choose the color yourself
-For the reflection of the environment in the water, you can make a copy of the area above the water, flip it vertical and put a little blur on it. I.e. Filter->Blur->Gaussian Blur. Lower the oppacity of the layer. To have waves in the water, add a mask for erasing and paint in some lines in the water (search up some references for the waves).
December 7th, 2012 #17
guess I'm not the only Belgian DAE student from first grade inhere :p, Elias, some great studies in there keep it up
December 7th, 2012 #18
Hello Elias and welcome to CA! Like other said, your improvement is really visible. Like you I started my sketchbook on this site a few weeks ago. 2 years without drawing seriously and I already begin to see results on my studies. Even I suggest the Loomis books, they're helping me a lot, and "Bridgmans Complete Guide To Drawing From Life" for better anatomy, togheter with "Michael Hampton- Figure Drawing - Design and Invention" that explain really good the human parts.
For the rest draw draw draw, to get better, and see from real life. To "see" better, Betty Edwards "Drawing on the right side of the brain", really helpful.
Keep up and you'll improve in no time.
"The fulfillment of oneself is achieved with victory over their challenges"
December 8th, 2012 #19
Thanks for the tips!
I think i'm going to get one of those Loomis books, since everybody recommends them
December 8th, 2012 #20
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December 11th, 2012 #22
i really like the Anatomy Studies, its good you do this. but its even better to keep practising these over and over again
i heard, i'm trying to do the arms in all directions this week.
keep it up fellow Dae colleague!
December 11th, 2012 #23
I've noticed those figures as well as you working on anatomy, I assume it is to improve your figures? Well anyway! what I suggest is to work on form rather than anatomy. Try reading The Vilppu Drawing Manual and do as many gestures as you can at least and hour a day. That way you train your brain to see form better as well as to achieve a looser line quality and to have a lot of energy in your poses.
December 12th, 2012 #24
Last edited by Elias Leonard; December 13th, 2012 at 01:30 PM.
December 12th, 2012 #25
thanks and good luck
December 20th, 2012 #26
we had to make a speedpaint in class,
This looks like total crap, scroll on please :p
Last edited by Elias Leonard; March 1st, 2013 at 06:21 PM.
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January 10th, 2013 #29
Hey man thanks for the tips and stopping by.
I like that fire you drew. You are showing some good progression since what you showed in your first post
My drawing journal: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=198866
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