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    Crowling's Sketchbook and stuff

    Hey all,
    so...I have had an account in conceptart.org for maybe around 2-3 years now...and still hadn't posted anything. Now it finally seemed like a good time to do so.
    First a bit about myself. I am Bulgarian and have graduated Illustration in the UK (awarded 2.1 last year). For all intends and purposes I am self taught and have been drawing for less than 4 years now. Yeah it might sound strange given my degree but for those living in the UK it will come as no surprise. Currently I am a freelance artist who, among other things prefers to draw...well Sci-fi and Fantasy stuff (hardly any surprise there ).
    In my art I guess I lack a lot of things, some more often than others, and I hope that the community here and conceptart will help me improve myself. If not...well I am guessing it will be great fun non the less
    So, lets start with some recent things and a few sketches. (I will try to update daily depending on how much time I have, and....how much I draw )
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    Here are a few sketches from the last couple of days. Cant really say there is a theme here, just random doodles in order to keep up practising.
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    Some landscape thumbnails, about 15 min for each.Name:  Env thumbnails copy copy.jpg
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    and a Wip of something...it needs a lot of work and I should definitely fix a few of the anatomy issues
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    And here is the finished version...If I have the time I will do a short step by step
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    You seem to be lacking in the head development department. I'd suggest studying from Andrew Loomis's Drawing the Head and Hands, which you can find for free here.
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    Hi there and thank you for your comment. I must admit the drawings I have here hardly present a good development of the head of facial features. However I mostly stray from the overly realistic and try for a more stylised or semi cartoonish style. Andrew Loomis's books are definitely a god read and I do used them from time to time for referencing, however I do prefer using photos or other artist's works as a source of inspiration and if needed referencing (Digital Art Masters for example ). I will do some more realistic head sketches in the following days in order to show some diversity of style (I do actually admit I haven'd done any of these in quite a while )
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    I really love your sci-fi machine designs .They're simply cool
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    wow, what I love about your stuff is you can go really technical but your figures still have great gestural qualities too. Fantastic.
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    Thank you for the comments! (:
    The last week was...lets just say exhausting....had to do a 3D model in 3 days (+ 1 for sketching) and it turned out to almost be more than I can handle.
    Here are some of the concept sketches I did.
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    The faces for some reason are a bit distorted....seems like scanning didn't do them any favours, non the less...here they are
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    sweet stuff, love the witch designs. sorry i can't give any advice, i'm just a beginner/noob
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    And here is the model itself. It was rejected due to the very obscured reason of not being anatomically correct....It was a funny comment given that I had 3 days to make the model and texture it...and the only specification given, when I asked what it should be like was- Just do a Witch (Baba Yaga) ....and that was it. I could have done a cartoon style one for all I care...so yeah
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