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    slacking a bit, no time to draw atm))

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    Evening life sketches 7-15 and last one around 40 min

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rav3 View Post
    Thanks) Btw your work "Glory" is great, I remember I did quick 30 min copy of it a while ago))

    @ scrt_AgentMan Thanks, I'm keep going forward))

    Cool, thanks!

    Keep up the nice studies!

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    life study 50 min+

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    With those larger life studies, I'd use graphite sticks instead of a standard pencil. It will help you block out the figure much more quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kraemology View Post
    With those larger life studies, I'd use graphite sticks instead of a standard pencil. It will help you block out the figure much more quickly.
    It's A4 page format around 30x20, not too big, charcoal is very nice but you need to fixate it with varnish otherwise it will smudge around the page To be honestly it's a little bit hard for me to make thin lines with it and control value, need more practice) Thanks for advice anyway!

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    Evening life sketching 15 min

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    Fantastic figure work Rav3! You have a good grasp of the fundamentals of 2d art. Don't worry about what other people say, if you're passionate about both 2d and 3d art just go for it. It's all art anyway. Looking forward for more!

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    Love the latest life sketches, especially the 15 min standing pose! Really gorgeous!

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    Wow, I love your figure drawings!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fantasyartist View Post
    Fantastic figure work Rav3! You have a good grasp of the fundamentals of 2d art. Don't worry about what other people say, if you're passionate about both 2d and 3d art just go for it. It's all art anyway. Looking forward for more!
    Thank you! Nah, the main problem is that 2d skills won't get me dream job at Ubisoft as env, props, char etc. modeler and I doubt that I'll be env or concept 2d artist one day))) Anyway time will show, 2d is really fun specially traditional, 3d is more serious business

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    Love the latest life sketches, especially the 15 min standing pose! Really gorgeous!
    Thank you!

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    Wow, I love your figure drawings!
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    Some 3d propz)

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    Very nice studies. Love the color piece. You need no advice but just encouragement to keep doin hat you are doi g. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SenK View Post
    Very nice studies. Love the color piece. You need no advice but just encouragement to keep doin hat you are doi g. Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks for feedback SenK!

    Some sketches from past week:

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    Subway sketches. 2nd guy started to freaking out that I'm drawing him what a nut, well such things happen sometimes

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    Inspiring sketchbook. Keep drawing and posting

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    Hello. Sorry but I'm confused, you write comments like you've not got much confidence but your figure drawings are exceptional? Values and anatomy show a high level of skill and knowledge... I don't see what your problem is? I just see great art work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mindbendermind View Post
    Inspiring sketchbook. Keep drawing and posting
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    Hello. Sorry but I'm confused, you write comments like you've not got much confidence but your figure drawings are exceptional? Values and anatomy show a high level of skill and knowledge... I don't see what your problem is? I just see great art work.
    Damn you got me! ))) Thank you for your reply! I'm electrician and I envy those guys who have classical school with all it color study anatomy classes etc. I'm 99% self taught (1% school taught me to read and to write ), yeah may be I'm regret that I can't study at Academy of Arts (like Italian, Spanish, Russian etc.) or so, there's ton NO why I can't study there and one of this NO is: I'm bad at painting, at composition and in some cases in drawing so I can't pass exams. 3D is time consuming in this situation but I'm crazy about game dev, all this engines, fx, scripts, rendering it's really amazing collaboration of Art and Technology. I can't get enough skills for AAA titles in short time period in both of this stuff and nobody need artist who's skills are great in both disciplines. I'm fine with it - time is like smudge tool in Zbrush it move everything on it own place) More important not where are you working but how good are you!))) Best words of wisdom - wanna skillz go practice more))) Cheers!

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    "...nobody need artist who's skills are great in both disciplines"

    Although generally I think you are correct, there are devs out there who seek candidates with skills in both areas. A buddy of mine recently (3 months ago) did 2 art tests for blizzard, and their main complaint was his lack of 2D concepting skill, even though his 3D hand painted stuff is strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kraemology View Post
    "...nobody need artist who's skills are great in both disciplines"

    Although generally I think you are correct, there are devs out there who seek candidates with skills in both areas. A buddy of mine recently (3 months ago) did 2 art tests for blizzard, and their main complaint was his lack of 2D concepting skill, even though his 3D hand painted stuff is strong.
    It's interesting what skills they are asking when they take cleaner or senior cleaner to the job))) Sad story, specially when your taking everything to make it best and you get decline in the end

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    20 min fisherman sketches) and some muscle face study

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    Life sketches 1st - 45 min and the next 2 -1.20h

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    Your 3d work is really nicely polished. nicely done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedininjaman View Post
    Your 3d work is really nicely polished. nicely done.
    Thanks!)

    a little bit more of Zbrsgzhz))) I feel that I need to start doing sculpting everyday but can't manage the time properly, damn it...

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    10-15 min sketches (Sometime I think it's weird a bit to just post pictures without saying anything, well no idea who to write about, just practice sketches that's all nothing special)

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