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    Ayyy! Wow man. So many great studies here!! And your passion for art really shows. You have a really great work ethic and that's very admirable. There's also a lot of varied studies, which is great to keep the brain thinking. Keep this up--you're making so much progress.

    With that said, I want to guide you bro. I can tell you love art and I want you avoid many of the pitfalls that I once had, so here goes.

    Few critiques for your journey:

    Everything is a building block for your future steps. Trying to skip any steps or gunning through any areas will cost you in the long run. Slow down bro. This is ALL the difference. Slowing down is essential. You cannot go into auto-pilot until your fundamentals are as clean as can be. I'd argue going on auto-pilot is probably always bad.

    First things first. Lines. You art lives and dies by the quality of your stroke. Remember this well. Live it and accept it.

    In terms of your work, a lot of your lines are labored and messy. This is very much a speed related issue. Speed will come with time, so slow down and allow yourself to truly 'feel' the objects you are drawing, whether in your mind or from a reference. It's through mileage that we start to build shortcuts. Practice drawing parallel lines. Practice the accuracy of your lines. Curves. Long lines. Short lines. Ghost your lines 8 times and keep them straight. All these exercises help so much, even if you do them for a simple warm-up. Whatever area you are weak at, if you tackle it, you will improve!


    Form. Man, when you're focused, your studies can really show! I can see you're dedicating a lot of time to learning construction and perspective. That's great. I'd recommend practicing construction with simpler, every day objects when you can, and then applying more complex shapes every now and then. Essentially, still life type stuff. Household objects that can let you focus on the geometric primitives. Take your time in understanding the perspective and forms of these simpler objects. The firmer your grasp on these things, the more you can apply them to the more complex. Try free form exercises. Cross contour studies on objects. Try different types of construction for an object. For example, construct the human figure out of cubes one time and then boxes another time. Try doing exercises where you rotate a cube every which way. Then a cylinder. You can even incorporate that sort of thing in a daily warm up.

    I can tell you respect the fundamentals completely, so all I want to do is get you to think more critically about them. Lines and form are critical to your work, and if you rush these things you art will pay big time. Even some of the monolithic figures in our art communities always go back to practicing the more simpler things. That's because the things that seem so small matter so much!

    For color: Focus more on values and edges than being distracted by color theory. Learn what the type of edges are and how they apply to forms under certain lighting conditions. Cast shadows have soft edges and hard edges depending on how far the light is. Learn about the anatomy of shadow. Learn about local values and how everything has a local value attributed to it. There are so many useful videos on this subject, but take things one at a time so you don't get overwhelmed. Color is the icing on top. Also, practice blending. Ctrl paint really helped me with this one when I truly slowed down and did the exercises carefully.

    Most importantly. Find your creative fuel and just have fun with it all. Every day, look at art which resonates truly and deeply within you. Better yet, try to emulate the techniques in these pieces. Break it apart, piece by piece. Make a piece practicing it. Try to take in as much of what you love as you can. There is no shame in emulating your idols. But think about their process. Apply what you know about learning to how they approach their work and incorporate it into your own. The more you learn about art, the more you can break apart what you love of other people's work and make it your own.

    Sorry if that was winded, and I am by no means a professional (at least yet), but I hope that helps. Cheers bro. Keep up the good work.
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    Thanks, I really appreciate the time you took to respond. I'll be sure to take all of the things you brought up into account over the next few months. I think that lack of patience and thinking on the page are the main things I need to tackle, which seems to be reflected in your message.

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    More stuff. There's some HTD exercises, although I could have done more of them today. I spent more time doing ninja studies and sketching, as well as a study on my iPad. There's also some stuff from the last few days, such as yesterday's colour study.


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    The usual.


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    You've got some really nice stuff, Zak. Your perspective studies are looking really solid and your figures are sitting in space nicely.

    I'd think your figures would really benefit from studying the proportions and basic anatomy, at the moment they're a little inconsistent and unbalanced.

    Keep up the hard work, man. Really digging your character design too, some really interesting outfits.

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    Thanks! I've made perspective the main priority at the moment, and I have found that I think more in terms of 2D shapes rather than forms and anatomy when drawing figures, so I'll be doing more of that over the next few days.

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    Today's study dump. I focused primarily on skull anatomy.


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    Today's stuff. This being a Saturday, I also threw in an animation. I think for my 1 hour ipad studies I'll need to extend the time, or at least further simplify the form that I'm drawing because I'm spending half of the study time laying down linework of the subject, when the main point of the exercise is to observe value and colour. Oh well, it can't be hurting my observational drawing skills.

    See you in 2 days!

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    Here's another update on my summer study. I threw in an additional ninja pirate.

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    Today's stuff. I've decided to regularly revisit ZBrush, once every week or so, to practice my anatomy.




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    Stuff for today. You may notice some old sketches, because my sketchbook is running out of space I've been flipping back through and looking for gaps in previous pages to make use of.

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    This is such a cool sketchbook! You work so hard and the perspective in your drawings looks really accurate. It's cool that you are doing lots of studies and you are always trying to learn. Also I like the Asian objects and samurai people you draw. In my local musuem there are few ancient Japanese and Chinese objects I like to draw, but a lot of them are really hard to draw but some of the vases are easier so I draw them instead.

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    Thank you! I've been trying to up my game and get more artistic mileage now that I've finished school and have way more free time. That sounds cool, I too am a sucker for asian vases whenever I see those in museums, definitely worthy of being drawn! Because of their shape they'd probably be quite good ellipse practice, if you did the Draw a Box volume contours exercise on them or something. Unless they're square, which I've seen a few of.

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    The last couple of days were somewhat disrupted by external affairs, so I didn't get much done. I have the bare minimum of two digital studies however, although they didn't turn out very good. I guess some of them are just going to completely suck. I also have some value studies. I also decided to throw in something perhaps more interesting to compensate for the lack of work, so there's also a collation of character sketches I've done so far for a book visualisation project. At the moment I'm still experimenting with designs as well as doing some research, so that hopefully I'll be prepared enough to tackle some finished pieces. Also I've thrown in a ship.

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    It's 1 in the morning and too late to use the scanner so this isn't everything I've done over the last 2 days but oh well.


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    Today's stuff

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    Some Asaro head value studies and iPad studies. This time around with the iPad studies I spent an hour on them as oppose to 45 minutes as usual, and it has a big difference. I've also got some studies from my last anatomy day of the week.
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    Here's the rest of the work that was supposed to be in the last post, that I didn't put in because it was too late. I tried some curvelinear fish eye perspective, which was pretty fun. Also some figure drawing and sketches from yesterday as well as mirrored curves in perspective practice.

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    Same situation as the last post. It's too late to scan everything right now so I'll just post my ipad studies and put the rest of the work in tomorrow.

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    Todays stuff

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    Not much output this time around. Just some studies.

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    Because the site was down I haven't been able to post anything the past few days. Here are the studies and sketches I've done in the meantime. Over the weekend I went to a forest and sketched some trees, ducks and geese, Whilst I was sketching the trees, I felt something on my elbow and instinctively wiped it on my sketchbook to get whatever it was off, and an unfortunate spider was squashed on it... that's why there's a green smear on that page.

    Sorry again, spider.

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    Studies.

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    Hell yeah, you're doing a great job bro. Lemme see more!!!

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    Some more things. I did some figure drawing and studies. Today's study was done with gouache and I need a lot more practice with it. I also attempted a mapcrunch study but gave up and instead opted to paint an old sketch which produced an amusing result. Additionally I took part in Bjorn Hurri's 2 week challenge and designed a thieves' hideout.

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    Oh! I didn't recognize you until I saw this sketchbook and realized it's yours! Absolutely love your characters and style! The thieve's hideout looks great, I'll keep following your awesome work!!!

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    Thanks! Much appreciated.

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