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    some carriage concepts (assignment for school)
    which one do you guys prefer?
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    in the last class before christmas break we had to make like an apocalyptic christmas scene... kinda forgot the christmas element :p
    (the white stream is supposed to be a creek )

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    Good sketchbook bro! I think in the last one you could push the values more to create more depth!
    I really like your designs in post #31

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    thanks, i'm going to pick one and make a painting of it, but don't know which one i'm going to take yet :/
    Do you prefer one, or really don't like one?

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    Hey Elias,
    I like your carriage designs, those are some interesting ideas :p
    I think your second design is the best. It looks very elegant and the most original. I just wouldn't put a door on the side..
    The shell covered carriages are pretty neat too, but I think they will be a pain in the ass to draw in perspective
    Also, it's a pretty cool assignment they gave his year. Previous year it was a submarine we had to design ( I'm in dae2 now :p)
    I'm curious for your final carriage!
    And good luck with the coming exams

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    You have a great deal of potential! Keep up the hard work!

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    Your anatomy studies are well done, and those tortoiseshell carriages are nice.

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    Hey man, what school are you going to? Also that christmas scene of yours in first glance looked like a UFO attacking a train with the creek looking like some sort of foreground-wall haha

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    @Jiri92 I'm going to Digital arts and entertainment (first year) in beglium
    and it's supposed to be a ufo firing up a barn and there is like a fence of some pasture in front of it, but now i see it indeed looks like a
    train on some tracks haha.

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    a drawing, gonna try and paint her when i have some time (after the exams)
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    cool sb! a lot of imagination work, i would suggest adding more studies to your work flow

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    thanks alot for stopping by my sketchbook! Good start so far just keep pushing everything to the limit! Draw Draw Draw!!!

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    Thanks for stopping by. I'm seeing the progression, so just keep up those studies!

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    Pretty cool stuff, really diggin' on those siege turtles!

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    Good work Elias, but be careful with the photo studies, or else your paintings may develop a sort of photo like sharpness, unless that's what you're going for.

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    that would be awesome actually, but i'm happy if my painting just looks like the girl...
    it doesnt have to be photo realistic, because there is no way i'll be able to do that

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    Hi, thanks for dropping by my sketchbook!

    I'd recommend trying a few more still life studies. As in, try setting stuff out in front of you and drawing that... or taking your sketchbook with you when you go places! That should help build up your observational skills and also help with things like accuracy. Tackling the fundamentals of perspective drawing will also help, if you haven't done so already.

    For painting, I can't stress stroke economy enough. What I mean by that is that I recommend you start working in an iterative process. Go from big big brushes and gradually work yourself to smaller brushes. I'm still getting the hang of it too, but it's made a huge difference. Learn to simplify what you see- it's easy to get so lost in detail that you lose sight of the big picture.

    Keep at it!

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    Hey man, thx a lot for the sketchbook visit, I can see a lot of creativity and great concepts in here, just try doing some more studies and stuff to really push up the technical side of your work, hope that helps

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    I like the amount of work you are pushing out from you imagination, but will123will is right. You should do more studies, and I believe gesture studies will help you out a lot. That tortoise vehicle is pretty neat idea! I'd love to see that one fully realized and in a 3D perspective. I still have trouble doing those, but tutorials/ books from Scott Robertson should help out with drawing vehicles! Keep it up :]

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    You're improvement is great. Keep us updated. I love seeing your progress.

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    haha i think my environments are the worst part of my sketchbook, but that's just my opinion

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    Thanks for dropping by my sketchbook and offering your advice, much appreciated.
    Nice sketchbook you have going here, but in regards to the environments, I think you would benefit from a bit of a large value range in the landscapes themselves. Showing more atmospheric perspective etc. But nice sketchbook nonetheless

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    holy crap man such an awesome sketchbook here, if you managed to study as much as you create imaginative things you would be a force not to be reckoned with in a short period of time BRING IT MAN! i want to see lots more!

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    Thank you for commenting my sketchbook.

    I should say that you are pretty a beginner. Read that you draw only during summer breaks etc but if you intend to become better i suggest you to watch some videos and also loomis and bames could be in a lot of help!

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    ok, I'm already drawing a lot more since I made this sketchbook and my "loomis figure drawing for all it's worth" just got delivered 3 days ago
    Now I'm in the middle of my exams, but I'm going to start drawing again when they are over.

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    Sup. Thank for stopping by at my humble SB. I've checked your stuff, and even though I saw some anatomy studies, I didn't saw any anatomy construction. Try not to draw from the books, but understand the anatomy as simple objects and shapers - circles, spheres, connecting lines, boxes. I see you got your Loomis, which is ok. If you'll nail that stuff, you'll be able to pull off awesome poses from your head.

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    Good work so far, I really like the environment studies from page one. I think it would help you a lot if you do quick grayscale studies of them, to grasp the different planes and compositional elements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elias Leonard View Post
    @Jiri92 I'm going to Digital arts and entertainment (first year) in beglium
    Vlaanderen or Wallonie?

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    drew my ideas with a litle more detail and bigger scale, I really can't deside which one I want to paint for my exam assignment :s

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    @Jiri92 the school is in West Flanders (west vlaanderen), here is a link to their website http://www.digitalartsandentertainment.be/?#/en/News/
    (I'm from Antwerp -> Zoersel)

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