Great sketchbook. Loving the water colours and gestures.
A few doodles
Pen & ink, brush pen, markers:
Good work! Your work shows improvement through out your postings, keep practicing.
The immense artist H.R. Giger died Yesterday. RIP
@arttorney thanks, I will certainly do more drapery studies, it's very relaxing (also incredibly time consuming).
Femur and phantom of Patella, pen + markers
Still life, watercolors
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Right patella (kneecap)
Right femur and fibula
The bones of the knee, flexion
From photo ref
Woww, so much meticulous work here, immaculate, awesome studies!
Sorry for the crappy quality scan, I lack a decent camera
Looking awesome despite the lack of a decent camera (or a scanner for that matter ) I really like the figure. It has a nice gesture to it.
@ Misty Feather: thank you for dropping by. Glad you like the figure, I'm spending a hell lot of time trying to understand how to draw people with poise and dynamism. Not there yet but progressing I guess.
@ Kloss: Wow you'll make me blush, there are definitely far more interesting sketchbooks than mine, but I'm flattered nonetheless.
Nice water colours.
I wanna see more of that WIP developing, it looks like it's gonna be great!
The progress from your first posts till now is pretty cool! The water color painting in post number 113 is absolutely beautiful! Keep up the good work!
Really inspiring Sketchbook. Learning to draw from the basics myself, I am amazed by your improvement over one year. I wish I had your dedication
I enjoy your watercolour+life drawing combination - This is something I really have to try myself.
@ Misty Feather: thanks for stopping by. The WIP dancer is at a standtill for now, will post as soon as I figure out a
satisfactory way to render it.
@ dragning: thanks! I checked your SB and - dang man! - I'm impressed! If you keep up with this kind of dedication, you'll go
anywhere you want
@ LuTus: thanks! You definitely should try watercolors, it gives really nice sensations and forces you to be strategic with your
mark making. I wholeheartedly encourage you to do some still lives and plain air paintings, the amount of things you can
learn doing these is tremendous. I'd recommend ink and markers as well.
@ Uyeno: thank you! Very nice fluid lines and studies in your sketchbook. And 15 yo! It's a fabulous start! I wish I had started
at your age
Three links for animation tuts and references
A walk Cycle Tutorial
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