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    You did great with the character design I think I like the little cog guy most.

    I see you're still doing the exercises from scott robertsons book. Eventually you'll want to take what you've learnt and apply it to drawing real objects. I found a youtube channel that shows some of the same perspective methods being used to construct a variety of objects. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAH...Fz1WMRHIzAodUQ Maybe it will give you some ideas? Just make sure to tackle simple objects first, something like a foot is quite complex.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shoebill View Post
    You did great with the character design I think I like the little cog guy most.

    I see you're still doing the exercises from scott robertsons book. Eventually you'll want to take what you've learnt and apply it to drawing real objects. I found a youtube channel that shows some of the same perspective methods being used to construct a variety of objects. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAH...Fz1WMRHIzAodUQ Maybe it will give you some ideas? Just make sure to tackle simple objects first, something like a foot is quite complex.

    Thanks!

    Really awesome channel! Subscribed! I didn't knew anything like it, he takes the simple technique to the really elaborated part, awesome choise, the foot part was a anatomy study i was doing off the perspective subject, i was trying to simplify the shapes, but yeah, i'll stick to the simple for now, i'm building my fundamentals. Thank you again for taking time to share your thoughts with me.

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    Some little sketches to get back on the track!

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    Trying to better understand the shapes of the human head, there are some anatomy mistakes in this, but it helped me a lot to grow!

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    Some of the things i did today, i'm trying to learn how to paint the forms, and exploring the some colors

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    i liked more the colors i put than the structure of the painting, this is from a challenge of the MapCrunch

    https://www.google.de/maps/@-2.97965...89!8i830?hl=de

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    I recieved some tips on my last painting, so here, i used more the lasso tool, to define shapes, i still have to improve the color, but i liked the improvement in this ones

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    A cold road in Mongolia

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    with some of the suggested improvements, more use of the lasso tool, i took more care with the perspective, still a lot to improve in the colors.



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    A fun morning sketch for the MapCrunch challenge

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    I've been having some issues with values, so i'll take some time to work on it

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    Nice work on environments! I'd suggest learning more about colour theory since your colours are looking a bit flat/dull. Here's some videos you can check out on it!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qj1FK8n7WgY
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kQllLy_X4I
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJf4e5kAKWg
    My sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...itique-needed)
    I really need HARSH critique!

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    Quote Originally Posted by domenix View Post
    Nice work on environments! I'd suggest learning more about colour theory since your colours are looking a bit flat/dull. Here's some videos you can check out on it!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qj1FK8n7WgY
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kQllLy_X4I
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJf4e5kAKWg



    Thanks for the tips, i really have to take a look at it, a big one, the videos will definetely help,


    As soon as i build up and strenght my fundamentals the results will start to show up, thanks again for taking time to comment and share your thoughts with me, you're awesome!

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    Applying perspective in photoshop, digital is little bit harder, but i’m getting used to it, hope to get faster with the grids and construction

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