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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.
December 15th, 2013 #14
Here is a quick drawing
And then there is a failed attempt at painting, any advice on painting? D:
December 15th, 2013 #15
Here is a WIP...It's taking me a lot of time to understand how I'm supposed to do this. Any tips or tutorials on digital painting out there?
December 16th, 2013 #16
You can also check out Scott Robertson's Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrJhSmz4zo9t-Z2GdHECW7A
Feng Zhu's Design Cinema Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/FZDSCHOOL?feature=watch
and this is really good too (another general guide): http://ct1.addthis.com/static/r07/sh142.html#
That should keep you busy for a while haha You have some nice portraits at the top of this page, you just need to keep practicing the fundamentals like head construction and overall proportions.
December 16th, 2013 #17
Thanks for the links jondawo!
Watched a couple of the videos and practiced a bit
December 16th, 2013 #18
Here's something I've been working on today!
December 16th, 2013 #19
Hmmm...colors are not how they are supposed to be...I need to practice moooore!!
December 17th, 2013 #20
Nice work I advice you to do a bit more easy studies. Because right now your making to many finished or very detailed paintings. For instance the guy in the blue pants you just did probably took you more than an hour ( I better be right ) And you learned some anatomy some figure drawing etc. But to improve it's better to focus on one thing like anatomy and figures for instance. So I would advice you to go to posemaniacs or artist pixelovely.com and just draw figures and anatomy for 2 hours. From that you'll improve way faster on certain aspects of drawing. You work hard that's obvious from seeing how much you draw so keep doing that and good luck!
Ma Sketchbook brings all the girls to the forums, damn right its worse than yours.
December 17th, 2013 #21
I don't know if you also work on paper, but it might be good to work on there too, sometime. And when it come's to analog painting: you need to build in layers. And maybe acrylics are easier than watercolor for example, because it makes it easier to correct your mistakes.
Anyways; you're going in the right direction and might be further down the road than I am.
Trying to draw every day since Feb 26th 2014.
Crits are always more than welcome!
You can find my sketchbook here: sketchbook
December 17th, 2013 #22
Thanks Dennis you're right, that took me more than an hour to do, I'm very slow at the moment. But I will practice! Will do posemaniacs more often also
Here's a figure study I'm working on...Hopefully I'll have time to finish it later today
December 17th, 2013 #23
December 18th, 2013 #24
Here are some 30 second drawings from posemaniacs and the figure study I was working on
December 18th, 2013 #25
Trying to get better at this!
December 19th, 2013 #26
Some quick doodles
December 19th, 2013 #27
Here's a really quick portrait
And some 30 second drawings using posemaniacs!
Also, a quick figure study
December 20th, 2013 #28
I really need to practice more anatomy
December 20th, 2013 #29
I need to get better at this!
December 20th, 2013 #30
Yesterday I started reading The Sandman by Neil Gaiman, and it is great
Today I decided to try and draw Morpheus