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    eivenna dumps sketches

    hi hi i'm eivenna.
    I'm new around here. hope to get some good C&C to help me improve my work.
    here's some stuff, more to come.
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    some posemaniacs 90 second gestures dump
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    and some life sketches of my boyfriend i did after doing some bridgman study
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    (above reference: faestock@deviantart)
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    Really Nice Start! The Portrait of the Woman is Petty awesome.

    My Sketchbook Critique&Comments are welcome
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    never going to finish this >_>
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    reference:http://ricchy.deviantart.com/art/675-387068925

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    please bear with the terrible animu drawing but

    I feel like my drawings loose vitality or something when I go from the sketch to the colored lineart.
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    the second one feels especially stiff to me. :/

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    ahhhh it's ugly help
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    Quote Originally Posted by eivenna View Post
    I feel like my drawings loose vitality or something when I go from the sketch to the colored lineart.
    I know exactly what you mean. It feels like you're stuck to a blueprint and you lose all the energy and flow you had before. Try keeping some of the rough sketch underneath the lineart, instead of painting it over or hiding the layer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinLam View Post
    I know exactly what you mean. It feels like you're stuck to a blueprint and you lose all the energy and flow you had before. Try keeping some of the rough sketch underneath the lineart, instead of painting it over or hiding the layer.
    thanks, I'll give that a shot! also your sketchbook is so inspiring, you portray such a variety of characters so well. lots of energy in your sketches.

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    Hiya, these look great so far! I love your line work, and I know what you mean about your pictures "losing something" when you color them. I've experienced the same thing and what I did is transition a bit from starting with linework to starting with blocking in colors. Later, if I want lines I can add them in where they will be most effective without interrupting my workflow. It always seems like the problem lies in "finishing" the line work and then going back to square one with color. Have you tried keeping the linework slightly unfinished and working through color and line at the same time? It may help keep your process uniform and maintain the energy that is sometimes lost. Good luck, let us all know when you find a solution! Keep up the great work

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    when I procrastinate on my art history homework, I start doodling the art piece I'm supposed to be writing an essay about. it's a little sad.

    also it's been a little while since I tried drawing much of anything or posted here so I'm trying to get back in the swing of things.

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    Some stuff I did for art class, this is how I learned that I do not know how to paint. at all.Name:  artists block resize.jpg
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    Good start to the sketchbook. Liking things so far, dunno if it was intentional but the anime girl looks like she is falling backward. Just watch the balance. Apart from that it's a good drawing. Like someone else said maybe leaving the lines in as overlay or something and then painting on top might add more energy. Don't listen to me though, I've not got a clue what I'm talking about hehe. Just practice practice practice and say nightly prayers to the art gods like I do

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