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    Iím still on traditional media, this are some of the plants drawings i did, iím trying to simplificate some areas, to create a interest point, my use of the pen is getting better, iím learning a lot!


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    A house in Bhutan, iíll start to get some action with the fundamentals now, wish me luck!

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    Still on values

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    Iíve been working in deconstructing the forms and drawing other angles, here are a few of them

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    Well done with the ork head!

    The form deconstruction sounds like a great exercise. I don't think you need me to tell you this but make sure to keep things very simple at this stage, I think you have the right idea with simple forms like the lamp. I like that you're drawing through those objects too!

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    Nice updates, are you still working on the How to Draw book, you were doing some great excercises and that book will help you a ton. Your perspective still needs work. I'd also recommend a book called Framed Ink to learn a bit about composition, you seem to just put in the element of the piece on the page without thinking about where they should be placed or what should overlap to create an interesting dynamic within a piece. Your values have improved a lot. I hope to see some more How to Draw exercises too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shoebill View Post
    Well done with the ork head!

    The form deconstruction sounds like a great exercise. I don't think you need me to tell you this but make sure to keep things very simple at this stage, I think you have the right idea with simple forms like the lamp. I like that you're drawing through those objects too!
    Thanks a lot brother! I am sticking to the fundamentals, perspective, values, simple forms, i think this simple forms will help me a lot, in the construction, and the painting in the near future, is my first ones with this approach, i hope to see improvement in the next week, thanks again for taking time to pass by, you are awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Kessel View Post
    Nice updates, are you still working on the How to Draw book, you were doing some great excercises and that book will help you a ton. Your perspective still needs work. I'd also recommend a book called Framed Ink to learn a bit about composition, you seem to just put in the element of the piece on the page without thinking about where they should be placed or what should overlap to create an interesting dynamic within a piece. Your values have improved a lot. I hope to see some more How to Draw exercises too!
    Thanks mate! The first exercises were made from How to Draw, this last ones i got a little lazy with this steps, just to get my mind putting the pieces and simple forms together, i think i should take more care and do some guide lines, so it doesn't get so messed up, i'll add this week, hope to do a ton of this bad boys. Amazing ideia with the Framed Ink, i heard of it a lot of times, since i'm practicing a little of everything, somethings were left for latter, like composition, but you are correct, it's good to have a fundamental ideia on dealing with it, i hope to start adding this part to my studies.
    Thanks for sharing your thoughts with me, it really helps in my early noob stages, be very welcome.

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    Today i woke up without internet, so i got to get a little creative, i used some of the basics i learned so far, i'll keep working on my fundamentals, this is just a break for a fun sketch

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    Cool sketchbook!, I'm glad you taking your time with some fundamentals,
    I look forward when you start the construction and painting in the future!

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    Quote Originally Posted by imPhelikz View Post
    Cool sketchbook!, I'm glad you taking your time with some fundamentals,
    I look forward when you start the construction and painting in the future!
    Thank you so much for the kind words! I'm working hard on my fundamentals, get them way stronger, to be able to get in the next stage, i don't know how much will this last, but i'm really having fun with it. Got to say that i am looking forward to start that too hahaha
    ps: your sketchbook is awesome!

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    I've started to put some shadowing in the basic forms, still a long way to go in this ones, working the way up in the construction with basic shapes

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    Getting back to the values, still one of my weaker points

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    More study on Moby Francke work, on my way to rock values, some proportions and stuff may be very shitty, by now i am focusing only on value



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    Some quick fun time off the studies, messed up the values, colors, a lot of stuff, still a lot to learn, but i had a good time

    Tips and critiques are always welcome!

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    Nice studies, perspective knowledge will definitely help your studies out a lot since you'll better understand the relative sizes of objects withing a scene and at what angle to put horizontal lines. But you're on the right track so just keep going!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Kessel View Post
    Nice studies, perspective knowledge will definitely help your studies out a lot since you'll better understand the relative sizes of objects withing a scene and at what angle to put horizontal lines. But you're on the right track so just keep going!
    Thanks a lot brother! I've been on and on with the fundamentals, the last days i've tried to apply a little of what i learned so far, hope to make thousands of them. Thanks again!

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    Shaped the forms a little bit more, looking the thumbnail, the body was not well described

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    Started with the second Scott Robertson "Render" book, interesting concepts on casting shadows. Still a lot of fundamentals to learn, hope to get more deep into anatomy in the following weeks

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    Got into the car section, in Scott book, here are some off them

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    This last one is my own creation, tried to get a little creative with the concepts used in the studies

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    Comments and critiques are always welcome!

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    Some thumbnails i've done today

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    I've been working in some thumbnails, with values, a little of the composition, i really liked the range of values in this one, it was a little hard to do, but i hope to produce more soon!

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    I’ve been practicing my light and shadows, using “How to Render” as reference, having a hard time to internalize all the concepts, but with more time and practice, the skill will start to take form, comments and critiques are very welcome

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    Light and shadow, cylinder chapter, still working with the How to render to put some juice on this fundamentals, still a lot to go, but i'm learning af from this

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    Working in my construction, basic shapes, and perspective

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    Having some fun this morning

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    The practice is paying off. Good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fahad View Post
    The practice is paying off. Good stuff.

    I'm so glad to read this man! Thanks a lot! I'll keep doing my best!

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