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The Following User Says Thank You to Avon For This Useful Post:
@Azsha, thank you =]
@JDBI, you're right about complimenting imaganitive stuff with studies and I will start doing more of it, thank you =]
@Avon, why thank you ^_^
So here is some more studies. The daily anatomy. And a few figures. I am gonna sketch for the rest of the day.
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The Following User Says Thank You to V3T For This Useful Post:
Studies. I'll post more later. I tired just using the chalk brush for the figure.. Did not work well. Oh well. Back to learning!
From imagination... I really suck.
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really good work with the recent pieces, you could push the values up a bit. looking forward for more finished stuff!
The Following User Says Thank You to ~KJK~ For This Useful Post:
Hey ~KJK~, thank you very much for the crit, I'll try push my values alot harder =]/
Anatomy studies and two failed value studies <.<
I done more anatomy studies but I forgot to save the files like an idiot.
Quick study.. I just focused on the glass.
Last edited by V3T; February 23rd, 2013 at
Just some studies, more later.
Hey there! Good lookin sb so far.
Nice amout of good figure studies and nice improvements showing already.
Keep it up!
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Thanks Satu =]
An imaginative piece. I don't think I am good enough to keep going. Must practice harder <.<
Anatomy and two still life's I got sick of looking at.
How long do you work on one of these still lifes? I think you should take them further, it's not bad to get into detail until you don't lose yourself in it.
The Following User Says Thank You to LastGen For This Useful Post:
Hey LastGen. About a half hour each.. Even if that. I get so tired looking at them I lose the motivation to keep at it, and when I take a break the light changes (Using daylight)
First and foremost, I'd like to say that u are making a very good progress. I like the way u drew the boot a lot (not only because I wear similar to this type myself
). Just a friendly recommendation-do some gesture thumbnails or dynamic figures.
Note: Sounds a bit weird to give tips since I am a total newbie, doesn't it?
The Following User Says Thank You to lifelover For This Useful Post:
Great start to a sketchbook! I'd want to see less B&W studies and more full color studies though. B&W's are great for studying values, but I colors are really important too. Anyway, keep at it
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