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April 12th, 2014 #1
Hi! I'm a 22 yrs old graphic designer from Indonesia and have a hidden passion to be a concept artist one day, as do most of the people here.
I decided to open up sketchbook to feed my drawing starve. These are few of many things that run in my right brain. Some of these are drawn during waiting time : in the bus, Starbucks, airplane, etc.
Currently I'm still in search of my concept art identity, so hopefully I will find it soon by exploring drawing stuffs here in this daily sketchbook. I have sort of interest with human, culture, and stories. I guess from that interest, I know what to start with
It's nice to be here in this forum and seeing everyone has made me motivated too. Stay awesome ppl!
P.S : Comments and critiques are very much welcomed
Last edited by springofsea; April 16th, 2014 at 11:51 AM.
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Some of my previous stuffs with animals. The dogs are done with pencil, and the horses with pen
April 12th, 2014 #3
Digital practice. As I've said, I have interest with human & culture.
Here I practice drawing Asian female face.
April 12th, 2014 #4
You are heading in the right direction, your drawings of dogs are very nice, watch out for proportions though they can be a bit tricky sometimes. A tip to get your started would probably be to look up some concept artists you might like and study a little from them just so you can start to develop a taste for concept art. Also don't forget to do studies of everything!!!
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Yes I do, Anthony Jones, Sinixdesign(hes does videos on youtube), bluefley(deviantart) kim jung gi is a really great illustrator, Jana schirmer, Jaime Jones, Miles Johnston(has a sketchbook on here) There are alot of other ones that I just cannot think of right now
Those gestures are looking good, when doing gestures, what has helped me out the most is to think in big parts and not get obsessed on subtle things, so try making broad strokes with your pencil and think about fluidity, also you should read some loomis, he explains the human anatomy really well.
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I tried out 30mins class figure drawing from http://artists.pixelovely.com/ and immediately love the site. Will be hanging around there for quite some time because they have interesting various photo stocks for practice
The class starts with 30 secs - 1 mins - 5mins 45secs - 11mins 30secs.
if anybody have anymore site recommendation for practice, pls lemme know.
April 16th, 2014 #12
Another gesture class.
The first two were in 5mins 45secs and the last one was in 11mins 30secs.
Lately I've been very busy & can't draw as much. I will update more next week once my schedule is less tight
April 17th, 2014 #13
- The Red Raeburn,
- Captain Dando,
- Black Spot,
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