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December 13th, 2013 #1
Hi, my name is Misael, I'm 23 years old and have been watching conceptart sketchbooks for quite some time now and only recently decided to make an account to post my stuff. I will try to add things regularly. Crits are very welcome. Hope you like what you see!
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Some old stuff, some not that old
December 13th, 2013 #3
Trying to learn to do digital drawings/paintings! Also...the other thing is Bartolo, a Beholder that wiped our entire party in D&D
December 13th, 2013 #4
A couple of zombies I did a couple of months ago
December 13th, 2013 #5
A little something before going to sleep...I really need to practice D:
December 14th, 2013 #6
A little bit of pose maniacs and a quick sketch with a brush pen
December 14th, 2013 #7
Brush pens can be very challenging. I still don't have enough control with them! Congratulations on tackling hard stuff.
As far as your work goes... the overall proportions aren't bad--especially in the faces, and that's sometimes a problem with people's work.
Work on your overall construction, especially with the heads. Bridgman has good head studies, as does Loomis. But don't just copy those exercises; copy the exercise, then close the book, and look at a magazine pic and then apply the new understanding to a drawing of the magazine head. Try to combine the ideas this way.
Nice work and keep motivated!
December 14th, 2013 #8
Thanks for the advice p sage, I will try that soon!
Someone called me a pansy because I want to get a tattoo but am doubting whether I should do it or not...so I did this XD
December 15th, 2013 #9
Here are some Bridgman eye studies using the red pen brush
December 15th, 2013 #10
Great portraits, dont really have any advice at the moment sorry
Crits and help of any kind are more than welcome!
December 15th, 2013 #11
Thanks Avon!! I will keep posting!!
So I was trying to make a portrait with the brush pen...but at some point I lost the way...I tried to fix it, but it still looks really bad
I need more practice!!!
December 15th, 2013 #12
Right now it feels like you are trying to find your own unique style. What I would recommend is using simple hatching instead for a while, get those fundamentals built up and then try find your own thing. Good luck =]
I'm a peacock, you gotta let me fly!
December 15th, 2013 #13
Thanks for the advice V3T I'll be working on it!
Here are some doodles I did in class this semester instead of paying attention.