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Here are some drawings from : Fun with a pencil, some perspective , live drawing and star wars characters from a step by step tutorial..
Here are some digital painting experimentation using photo references.
I used a photo reference from a movie and then posterize it to reduce the levels. (original on the right, my drawing in the left)
Here is a Betty Edwards exercise (drawing upside down) and more loomis heads
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Really awesome start!
I would suggest taking a sketchbook with you where ever you go, and anytime you have to wait, take it out and draw everything around you!
Keep drawing your own hands, it's a really great exercise. If you can, grab a mirror and draw yourself too! (You don't have to show it here, of course, but it helps establish forms.)
Good work! Keep it up!
Thank you for the kind words and the suggestions. I did some drawings from life I'll upload some new one soon.
Here are birds from photo reference (google). I'm happy with the results but I find the shading a little hard to do with the pencil
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Here is my first try doing a digital painting from lineart. I used a character from the Media coloring book, it's an awesome thread so check it out.
The lineart is from DavidCousens
Here is the image and the process, comments are welcome. I'm happy with the overall result (it was my first try) but I'm not sure about the light and shadows in his face.
Really awesome for a first try! You've got a lot of potential.
Thank you, I surprised myself in how well it turned out.
Here are some new drawings, I keep reading Loomis I tried some head construction but not very well, also I did some drawing from life: fireplace, furniture and boxes with papers.
At the end I draw some animals from photo ref, my favourite is the horned beetle
crits and comments are welcome.
A skull study from photo ref. Bad proportions, I started with the outline and then was hard to integrate the features. I think I should start with the base structure (big circle, square, etc) and build from it.
The first row is trying to construct the head with loomis method. The heads looks weird so I need more practice.
Second and third row is an exercise where you draw any shape and then try to fit a face into it, it's fun..
Then some loomis body proportions.
Awesome! Keep up the great work! As long as you dedicate time everyday to these studies and pushing your imagination, you're gonna do amazing!
Thanks I try each day to draw from life, an exercise from loomis book, and something fun to keep it interesting.
Here are a couple of still life, a wood log and a little bell
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