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    Here are two Morrowind inspired drawings. Sketched completely with a ballpoint pen and colored with gouache.
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    Two quick ballpoint and marker sketches. Reference taken from http://iamchicago.net/
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    Spaceman sketches:
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    It's been long time since I last posted here. I've still been drawing a lot and I got into a figure drawing course which has been very helpful. I'll probably share some of those when it ends. Here are some sketches:
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    Another viking sketch:
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    I gotta say man your drawings are really good for a 16 yr old! Heck you're makin' the rest of us look bad lol. your heads, proportions and attention to detail is really strong. I'm curious to know how long you been drawing for and if you hope to make a career out of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giantano View Post
    I gotta say man your drawings are really good for a 16 yr old! Heck you're makin' the rest of us look bad lol. your heads, proportions and attention to detail is really strong. I'm curious to know how long you been drawing for and if you hope to make a career out of it?
    Thank you really much! I've been drawing every day for few years now, but I got into drawing when I was about 10 or 11. So far I'm completely self-taught but I will go to a design university. I'm really hoping to make a career as a entertainment designer, and as a matter of fact I'm already doing some designing for a company. I'm also getting some commissions every now and then. I hope that will answer your question and thanks again for the nice comment!

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    Wow you're already doing commissions? that's great! It's really inspiring to know that there's someone out there who is younger than me and doing better than me lol


    I started getting serious 2 1/2 years ago and since then I've been only studying anatomy and form construction. I'm only now starting to venture out in landscapes and painting. If you have any questions about anatomy or the body in general, I'm your man.


    Oh and if you have some time I'd appreciate it if you could stop by my sketchbook page and have a look at my latest gesture drawings. Cheers.

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    Gorillas are marvelous creatures. But I really need to start painting more because at the moment I suck at it.
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    Today's history class sketches. I'm not really happy with these but I thought to share them anyways:
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    This is not from history class:
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    Hyvia sketseja. Tykkaan erityisesti kuulakyna-tussipiirroksista. Toi postaus #32 on erityisen magee. Jatka piirtamista ja maalaamista ja kehityt varmasti vauhdilla!
    My sketchbook here: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...75944&page=999
    (some nudity may occur)

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    Today's sketches:
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    A quick sketch and a beginning of a painting. I really want to improve my painting skills. I've done a ton of research about Mongolian soldiers recently, and I'm really enjoying drawing them.
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    I just read the first chapter from Hampton's book and had an urge to draw. I drew a lot more but most of them were just really really bad. I did 1 and 2 minute drawings.
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    Longer poses:
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    Today's figures:
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    Some other primates as well:
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    You're really doing a great job! Keep it up.
    Learning to do things digitally is much different than learning to do them traditionally, so be patient with yourself on that front.

    Keep doing figure studies, keep reaching out and studying different varieties of subjects.
    Do some significant value studies with pencil and paper.

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    Sketches from today:
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    I think 1 min poses are good for finding the flow of the limbs and the body, but for establishing form/shape design you need to give yourself a little more time to think about it. When you are doing that 1 min gesture, try to find the line that will lead you from the head to a foot. So it could go down the neck, down the centre, noting the direction of the sternum vs the belly button if twisted, an then down the inside of a leg to the foot. note that this isn't always possible like in foreshortened views.

    Also, note that in mattesi's FORCE he emphasises straights and curves throughout the body. This may sound cartoony, but after studying the anatomy for so long, I found that it leads to good shape and form design and a quick read which is essential for gesture.

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    You also need to understand the difference between shape and form. Shape is essentially 2d flat shapes which have no tone but are good for a quick read for a limb. So say for a flexed arm, you could have 1 side which explains the active side (which would be the bicep which would be curved) and the other side which would be inactive (the stretching tricep which would be a straight line). So its a combo of straight and curved.

    Forms are 3d volumes which explain the overall feel of the body in space. Arm, leg etc are cylinders, ribcage is an egg... Drawing lessons for the Old masters covers this well as well as Hampton.

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    Thanks for the great advice! I usually try to find the line of action, but sometimes it's little tricky so usually it ends up being only from the neck to the pelvis. About the straights and curves of the body, I try to follow Hampton's approach in which he never use straight lines , only C-curves and S-curves. But I'm always open for new things so I'll read Mattesi's book trough and try new things.

    Here are some more sketches:
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    These I made in a figure drawing course in our school some time ago:
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    Some construction studies:
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    Nice construction studies, those took my anatomy to a whole different level. I studied from the Michael Hampton book, really help me alot!
    Keep at it, your doing great!

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    Digital sketching is incredibly hard.
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    I think I can't make this any better from this:
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    Some marker and pen dwarfs:
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    More dwarves. I always get these things where I only draw one thing for couple days and then get bored and then draw the next thing for couple days and so on.
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    Designing an alien pilot for the challenge of the week. I don't know if I went too far from humanoid.
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    I don't know if the colors are good.
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    Knight sketches:

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