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July 12th, 2004 #1
syrogen's NEW pencil shavings [dec 11th]
hey all, its me again. my old sketchbook was getting too cluttered with bandwidth wasting nonsense.
anyway, im a 15 year old guy with a horrible addiction to drawing.
more updates tommorow!
Last edited by Syrogen; December 11th, 2004 at 04:11 PM.
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Anatomy to the rescue!
Doing doing good - this will help!
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July 14th, 2004 #8
WOW only 15 ! man you gnna be amazing if u keep at it )!
looks like your takeing the right direction in learning as well
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hey just thought I'd return the favor and try and write something constructive. Hmm.. on your drawings.. it looks like you have pretty confident smooth lines over everything, which is good. But I think on your drawings you should go a step further, and really look at where certain things would overlap.
For example that girl standing leaning on the side.. do you see how that bent arm that she's resting on.. where it's bent.. u have that line sort of overlapping.. to show the forearm is in front of her bicep? U could use that type of idea more.. in different areas of the human figure.. such as the deltoid. Or around the midsection, to sort of be more descriptive of the figure you are seeing in front of you. You can even exaggerate it a bit.. to increase the feeling of structure. Hmm I hope that makes sense.
July 15th, 2004 #13
Crap, you are doing all these studies at 15...awesome! Keep them coming. I don't see much gesture drawing hidden underneath your drawings. Try mapping out your subject with some quick loose gestural lines. Then you can go in and refine (don't erase ). I am excited to see you progress.