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    graypersona sketchbook! i want to draw

    Hello ca peeps, my name is sergey, I am 23 years old and I live in Israel. I have been a longtime lurker( typical noob cliche)at the site and finally decided to open my own thread.
    hopefully i can learn from your critiques,get inspired by new talent and grow as an artist and a person.

    so help me learn and Ill do my best to help you too!


    here are some stuff from my sketchbook and some studies from ref.

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    Wow...these last two reflection studies are amazing! Figures sketching are nice as well, looking forward to see more
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    sketch dump.

    classmate-thanks man.

    I have been busy with perspective and manikin construction,here are some recent stuff and not so recent,the first one is a real crappy self portrait i did yesterday.

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    Hey, nice environment sketches! Add some value to them definitely Use 3 gray (1,3,5 or 3,5,7) tones. Then take some of them and make a bigger one with details it might be cool.
    I recommend you practice freehand drawing every day- lines, arcs, ellipses. It will help you a lot!
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    I see more digital stuff here...in my humble opinion, try work with traditional stuff more before you will switch to digital.
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    First of all, thank you for stopping by in my sketchbook and giving some pointers. it is more then appreciated.
    Second of all, I see some solid stuff here. The photo practiced images are looking very good. I can't really give a lot of critic.
    There is one thing that jumps out to me thought. On the painted guy with the axe in your first post his skin tone looks kind of pale.
    The weak skin tones in that one really jump out because lightning and muscles and all that are painted in a more realistic fashion and
    Are well done.
    The perspective stuff looks really nice aswell!

    Just keep doing what you are doing, it seems to be working!
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    classmate-thank you for commenting I defintely am focusing on traditional right now and need to improve my elipses and lines,but there is no harm in combining a little bit of digital,i do want to try that marker technique though.

    Staal Sander-thank man, comments like these really make me want to work harder

    anyways here is todays batch of studies a crappy self portrait,a dirty loomis study and some small manikin studies.


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    there's a lot of potential here and it looks like you're working hard. keep it up and i'm eager to see to what you'll be putting out in 6 months from now
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    really nice of you to leave a comment sleepy goat,i am trying to work harder every day.
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    It looks like you have a good grasp of 3-dimensional construction. I also love the metal reflection studies. How long have you been drawing, and are you self-taught or did you go to school?
    It took me like three hours to finish the shading on your upper lip. It's probably the best drawing I've ever done.



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    dude nice, just looking at your studies makes me want to work on my construction and perspective more.
    "Art is never finished, only abandoned." Leonardo Da Vinci

    My Sketchbook:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=1#post3362160

    art website:http://calebportfolio.webs.com/
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    blazingdimensions-thanks man,it really pays off to do those studies.
    J@n!t-thank you,i have been drawing since i can remember myself but i never wen to school.

    here are the latest studies again mainly construction , a crappy self portrait(I need to work on my patience I always fuck it up during the value phase)and also a quick study of a bowl.

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    Your studies are great! The tea pot looks amazingly real!! Great job! I look forward to visiting often!
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