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    Hawart Sketchbook!

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    Some thumbnails i've been working on, practicing my perspective drawing

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    Feet practice

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    Perspective on objects.

    I've been trying to study more perspective, simplificate figures, and get proportions right, here is one of them, i'll try my best to improve

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    Hey there! I enjoy the look of the thumbnails actually, they're kind of like small explorations. With the feet, I found the best one to be the forward facing one. The top of the feet on the others seems too flat for me, but I see improvement already on the second page of feet. What I think is a rather good method is separating the foot out into parts. It's hard to explain, but I'm going to recommend you look at sinixdesign on YouTube. He has handy Anatomy Quick Tips that aren't long to watch and very helpful(:

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    Putting some objects on my desk in perspective, still a lot to work here

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    Quote Originally Posted by nosvee View Post
    Hey there! I enjoy the look of the thumbnails actually, they're kind of like small explorations. With the feet, I found the best one to be the forward facing one. The top of the feet on the others seems too flat for me, but I see improvement already on the second page of feet. What I think is a rather good method is separating the foot out into parts. It's hard to explain, but I'm going to recommend you look at sinixdesign on YouTube. He has handy Anatomy Quick Tips that aren't long to watch and very helpful(:

    Hey! Thanks a lot for stopping by and share your thoughts with me! I'll take a look at it, i think i got stuck in the "box" formation there, and forgot some important things, but i'll definetely work on it! Thanks again!

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    I've been studying a lot of everything, something that really caught my attention, was some diferences between organic and non organic forms, i'm trying to implement everything, hope you guys can see more improvement from me!

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    A little bit more on my perspective study, i'm trying my best to understand all the relationships between the concepts, hopefully soon i'll start to show more elaborated stuff

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    Very good that you're studying the fundamentals, you are working in the right area. When doing perspective studies stay with the basic shapes for now. The last practice is good, cars, lamps etc will come after you're more comfortable with boxes and other basic shapes. For feet and learning to draw anything else also bring them back to basic shapes first, for the foot I saw you drew a box but that's a bit too simplified A great way to see what kind of shapes certain things exist is by looking at 3D models of them. You can find 3D models of anatomy, or objects at sketchfab.com. If you search for foot you'll find a great reference that you can turn around in 360 degrees. The frequency that you upload with is very impressive and by studying like you are now you're going to see massive improvement in a short amount of time, all you have to do is keep it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Kessel View Post
    Very good that you're studying the fundamentals, you are working in the right area. When doing perspective studies stay with the basic shapes for now. The last practice is good, cars, lamps etc will come after you're more comfortable with boxes and other basic shapes. For feet and learning to draw anything else also bring them back to basic shapes first, for the foot I saw you drew a box but that's a bit too simplified A great way to see what kind of shapes certain things exist is by looking at 3D models of them. You can find 3D models of anatomy, or objects at sketchfab.com. If you search for foot you'll find a great reference that you can turn around in 360 degrees. The frequency that you upload with is very impressive and by studying like you are now you're going to see massive improvement in a short amount of time, all you have to do is keep it up!

    Thanks A LOT, i really liked the sketchfab.com, amazing! I'm practicing everyday, eventually sharing some things here, i'm really glad that you shared your thoughts with me, i'll keep focusing on the fundamentals by now, but maybe in the near future more complex and elaborated stuff will start to happen, thanks again, and please be very welcome to give more feedback whenever you feel like it!

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    This is a exercise from Scott Robertsons How to Draw, i tried to mirror a curve, i'll try to do more of this in perspective, in this exemple i used more than one method for the 4 points of intersection, is not really really accurate because i did without any ruler or anything, but since i had not showed anything here, there you go!


    Update: I've done mirrored a 2D curve on a tilted surface and.... that's fu**** hard

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    A little bit more on my perspective practice, still on this basic shapes and techniques, hopefully soon i can bring more fun and complex draws here!

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    Hair study, i've been having a lot of problem with it, my teacher helped me a GREAT lot, since i learned a lot doing this, i thought it would be great to share, my problem was on the process i guess, throwing values and later on adding more detaills, making the pieces come together, anyway, there you go!

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    First time trying character design, first ever

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