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i'm 16 and start to drawing about 3-4months
now i have a problemm with my sketches i think these are terrible
look at it
can anyone tell my what i'm doing wrong ..
anyway ^^ have fun and feel free to post what you think hehe
I dont think theyre bad at all. I think maybe you're suffering from either 'toosmallsketchbook' syndrome or 'toobluntpencil' syndrome. Aside from that they're a good start! Take a good look at how other artists on here use their pencils, how they draw...I always find that helps me work out where I think I'm going wrong.
Keep going...and sharpen that pencil!
You need to do more anatomy...and check your values....wait...did I just say that?
hehe thx man
i'm trying to understand how the other artist use there pencil but
i dunno how is the best way to made it by myself
any tips or something ;D ? hehe
anyway .. hope for more posts in next time
really need some criticism
and tips ^^
thx & cya
no one ?
wel im drawing for 3 months too .... this maybe help -> try to get better line quality , dont be scared to pull a line from one side to another but think about the shape that that line have to discribe ->to do that you have to understand the concept of volume(3d) at the moment this is more then enought to work but one more thing is always useful is -> analyse stuff you draw ... like when a head is bigger then the torso the must be something wrong ..? but to be honest get books from Loomis ...and practise as much as you can... and you'll do just fine
cleanliness is next to godliness...very cool stuff
try to make cleaner lines tho and it'll move on to being very awesome stuff...lol
keep it up lil dude!
"The challenge of creativity, as far as I'm concerned, is to move towards the greatest thought you can think of."
The first one has lots of good movement and action.
Do more like that!
some more :
i've tried to do that what all of u said but ^^ its not easy
They're actually quite good! 3-4 months, and your this far? not bad mate, not bad at all.
What I would personally recommend is just play around with your style, and play with drawing different things. Bottles, people, environments, animals...everything. These things help a lot, they get you to doing shadows and tones, amongst other things.
I can't really give you any advice, because I taught myself everything on how to illustrate, since I was but a small wee babe, and I did it all through tireless practice. I would doodle ANYWHERE, and I mean ANYHWERE, and through trial and error learn whats best and whats not.
Just red x's to me, I wish I could see them, I like disaster stuff...
oh yea ^^ sry i think the server was down but now i can see the disaster