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    Astrolline's Sketchbook

    Hello! :)

    I'm a 19 year old astrophysics student, recently started working fulltime at a lab, and so I have a bunch of spare time after work (seriously, work life feels like a vacation in comparison to school terms) - and lately, I've been using that time to work on art. Not quite sure if I have a clear goal in mind, I just want to get more serious about studying and improving my art abilities.

    After a few weeks of lurking, I've finally made an account here, and hopefully having a sketchbook thread will keep me practicing!

    Recentish artwork:
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    Edit 09/03: transferred the art I had in my intro originally over to my next post, so I can update this post with more recent stuff


    Thanks for stopping by!
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    Wow that's some impressive dedication, looks great so far.

    My personal favorites are day 4 + 5 and the photo reference painting, especially her hair

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    @Trixtar - heh, thank you! I figure that I probably won't have time once I'm back in school over the summer, so might as well get as much done as I can now.


    Here's yesterday's (Day 9) master study, after "River Landscape" by Charles Harry Eaton; kinda had to rush it, but I think I got the general gist of the colours/values/forms.
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    edit 09/03/2018:
    Transferred art from my first post over to here.
    At the time I was working on a "21 Days of Master Studies Challenge".

    Day 8: After John Singer Sargent's "Alice Vanderbilt Shepard".
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    Day 7: After Thomas Cole's "Valley of the Vaucluse".
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    Day 6: After Henry Parker's "Homewards".
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    Day 5: After Jean Baptiste Greuze's "Jeune Fille vue de dos".
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    Day 4: After Albert Bierstadt's "Merced River, Yosemite Valley".
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    As well, I did this portrait from a photo reference in a few hours:
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    Master studies:
    Day 10 (yesterday); after Selbstbildnis Amerling's "Self Portrait"
    Couldn't get the face right; the eyes look like they're staring in two different directions, but I was trying to match the original image the best I could, and the more I looked, the more it looked like the eyes were off in the original painting. Pretty sure I was missing some subtlety in the facial structure that would've helped with that - for instance, the eyes should be at an angle and farther apart. I really should study anatomy more seriously; the trouble is figuring out how to make that studying fun (or at least bearable).
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    Day 11, after William Adolphe Bouguereau's "The Little Shepherdess"
    Only did the upper half of the painting, rather than the full thing - I spent far too much time fussing around with the face/hands, and after I was semi-satisfied with that, I thought the other half would take a while to render without really teaching me much. Once again, my lack of anatomy knowledge messed me up, particularly with the hands. It's difficult to know where the essential lights/shadows fall without a clear understanding of how hands work, even when looking directly at the original painting.
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    For tomorrow, I'm hoping to get some hand/figure studies done as well as a master study; I can certainly use the practice.
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    Hey man, good work so far.

    It's good to see you're identifying your weaknesses and trying to work on them, as the first thing I noticed was a lack of understanding of how the face is constructed in 3D. Looking forward to seeing those studies, they should help you out a lot. Unfortunately, it's not always the best of fun! Keep it up though.

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    Nice progress, one thing that might help you is constructing the head out of a cube for getting facial features. Michael Hampton has some good tutorials on that. That or Andrew Loomis who also has some nice tut's as well. Keep up the good work!

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    Apologies for not posting yesterday, been having a rough couple of days.

    @Oliver Titley - thanks for the feedback! Yeah, I haven't seriously studied face construction yet, unfortunately. I'll see if I can get some work done this weekend.

    @Demon Lizardman - thanks for the recommendations! Those tutorials sound quite useful

    Yesterday's master study, after Edward John Poynter's "Portrait of Agnes Poynter". Really struggled with this one, and it shows. Decided to call it "done" out of sheer frustration, rather than satisfaction with the final product.
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    Today's master study, after Willard Metcalf's "The White Mantle". In retrospect, I feel like I should've chosen a different painting from Metcalf; it's difficult to get a sense of depth in a mostly white landscape, so it ended up looking rather flat. Ah well, at least it's something.
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    Lastly, some figure drawings (out of order, and with different time limits), all poses from quickposes. Gonna try to crank out more of these in the next couple of days!
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    @TheBigItch - thanks! That's the plan

    Today's stuff:
    Gesture drawings (2 min each)
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    Head drawing practice (2 min each)
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    (Sorry for potato photo quality; I don't have a scanner so best I can do is phone photos)
    Both sets of studies were kinda relaxing, in a way. The portraits* were frustrating, in a "I can see that something is wrong, but I can't fix it" way, but I feel like I am learning something from them. Just gotta find time to do more.
    * Well, the figure drawings were also frustrating in that regard, but less so.

    Also, did a rough sketch from imagination, mostly to confirm that I can still do something other than studies lol
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    Not sure if I like it enough to continue (especially considering that I put no planning into the composition/values/anything really, and I feel like I shouldn't commit to finishing images unless I'm 100% happy with the initial concept), but it was fun for what it was.

    Lastly, today's master study is unfinished, unfortunately (it was getting late and my arm was starting to hurt, so I thought it'd be best to call it a day); since I'm paying more attention to getting the textures right than usual, I'm planning on finishing it tomorrow and counting it for both days. After William Henry Hurt's "Fruit".
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    Finished the master study from the last post; don't know why I spent so much time on this one but I became really invested in figuring out the colours/textures.
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    Might do some figure drawings later tonight as well - I didn't get nearly as much done this weekend as I wanted to, but I guess that's how it goes sometimes.
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    Master study for today, after Joseph DeCamp's "Sally".
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    Feels like the more of these I do, the less I'm satisfied with the results...
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    Master study day 17/21, after Willard Metcalf's "Ebbing Tide, Version 2".
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    I've had less time than usual the past couple days to work on art, so I've been finishing the studies too late in the day to be able to meaningfully compare them to the originals. About all I have to say about this one is:
    1) Rather proud of how the water turned out
    2) Not liking how fuzzy the image looks because of the brush I'm using... I like semi-transparent brushes with a bit of texture and usually stick to just the one brush for the whole painting, but that workflow doesn't work for photoshop; I need to find another brush with which to refine details and add some variation to the edges.
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    So, I ended up not doing much art yesterday: by the time I finished running errands, the choice was between half-assing a master study (which would be of dubious benefit), and sleep. I figured it was better to do one less study, than to waste my time+effort on something I wouldn't learn much from. I'm still planning on wrapping up the challenge on Saturday, though, as I think it's outlived its current usefulness (and I'm getting pretty sick of master studies, not gonna lie). Afterwards, I'm tentatively planning to alternate between studying landscapes with the help of mapcrunch, and practicing portraits/figures. Seems like a decent compromise between actively working to improve a particular aspect of my art, and working exclusively on that particular aspect.

    For tonight, I tried being more deliberate with this master study, after "The Painter Raimundo de Madrazo" by Federico de Madrazo.
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    Also, I made a gif of the process :>
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    Ran out of steam halfway through today's master study, after Eugen Bracht's "Gestade der Vergessenheit". Tomorrow should be better, though.
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    Last master study for a while, after Paul Chabas's "Portrait of Gracia Lees".

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    I tried my best to replicate the challenging colours in this one, especially for the skin tones (...and subsequently neglected to match the pose/overall composition as well as I would've liked).
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    A bunch of sketches from today! Used quickposes for the figure drawing and portrait references, and the moth girl is from imagination (well, I used refs for the moth parts). Really liking the new pencil brush I found (used it exclusively from sketch #3 onwards).
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    Today's bunch of studies, all refs from quickposes.
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    I tried to focus a little more on the "flow" of the poses, rather than getting the anatomy exactly right - so took only a few minutes for each one. The portraits were of similar duration, as well. Planning on doing this every day until I get tired of it.
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    Quickposes has some landscape photos (which I didn't notice before today), and I wanted to practice drawing thumbnails and simplifying a complex image into more simple shapes/colours. Also, I don't work with 100% opaque brushes often, so it was a fun challenge to be more exact in my brushstrokes/colour choices than usual.

    Part of me wants to start on an actual project, rather than working on studies nearly exclusively, but I just don't feel like my skills are up to par. I might use the moth girl sketch for something, but I'm dissatisfied with nearly everything I create almost as soon as I put down my tablet pen, so I don't want to sink a bunch of hours into a piece I won't be proud of :/
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    Painting of a place I found on mapcrunch - apparently, it's somewhere in Turkey. I'm continuing with a less painterly style than I'm used to, and I feel like it's forcing me to be more deliberate in my colour choices, since I can't just blend my errors away.
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    Ran out of time for figure drawings so I'll try to do more tomorrow.

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    Stuff from yesterday + today, mainly figure drawings (as always, from quickposes).
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    The next one is from imagination, which is especially obvious in the face. It was going well, then I wanted to fix something, and ended up creating a big ol' mess. I might return to it later, and redo the head entirely.
    Although the initial inspiration was a garden statue holding a vase, it's now been nicknamed "vaguely annoyed ocean spirit posing with a bowl of cereal" in my mind lol.
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    Today's set of gesture drawings, each 90sec. Pretty relaxing warmup, actually.
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    And I started working on this tonight; partially working from a reference to get the pose/face right. I'm trying to get used to working with a brush in which pen pressure only affects the opacity and not the size. I've seen numerous recommendations to hold off on the fancy brushes and get used to working with simple ones, only using the fancy ones to add texture in later stages of the painting, so I'm trying that out.
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    I had to skip drawing yesterday, but here's today's stuff.
    Gestures (90sec each, from quickposes)
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    And since I've been feeling rather discouraged about my art lately, I decided to set the portrait from a couple days ago aside, and do something more in my comfort zone. Played around with brushes/colours, a bit. Reference - http://www.mapcrunch.com/p/53.006578...1_6.54_-2.17_0
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    I sure hope these gesture drawings pay off at some point...
    March 18, 90 sec each.
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    March 19, 2 min each.
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    No time for anything else, but tomorrow I'm planning on watercolour painting for a gift - should make for a nice break from all the digital work I've been doing.

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    More figure drawings:
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    And a quick watercolour painting (which looks quite different irl, as I'm bad at photographing my art)
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    I meant to do more stuff today, but ran out of time. That's the way it always goes, or so it seems...

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    I recently discovered that I have free access to lynda.com - so I've started working through a figure drawing video course. Nothing worth sharing atm (I'm only a quarter way through), but I really should've started searching for art courses sooner... Btw, suggestions for useful tutorials/videos are always welcome
    Worked a bit on the portrait from earlier, as well:
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    Various stuff from the last few days (kept forgetting to post here whoops)
    Gestures (only the lengthier ones; my 30s and 1min are... high in quantity and low in quality) I feel like I've got a better understanding of the forms making up the body, instead of just the contour, although I as always need more practice.
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    Doodle:
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    Hey there, Astrolline. Good sketchbook. I specially like the landscapes.

    Great render on the face of this one: Girl with the hand on her hair, but her hand looks massive.

    The doodle on the previous post seem to be leaning to the right and have quite a few proportion problems. Since it appears you're doing digital art, have you tried mirroring your image a few times while drawing?

    About the gesture sketches, I've noticed some weird proportions here and there. Are you applying a measurement technique to your drawings? I'd recommend watching this video from Proko: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzDGO0LssEM&vl=en
    "There're no lines in real life" / Is this a sketchbook? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilgo View Post
    Hey there, Astrolline. Good sketchbook. I specially like the landscapes.

    Great render on the face of this one: Girl with the hand on her hair, but her hand looks massive.

    The doodle on the previous post seem to be leaning to the right and have quite a few proportion problems. Since it appears you're doing digital art, have you tried mirroring your image a few times while drawing?

    About the gesture sketches, I've noticed some weird proportions here and there. Are you applying a measurement technique to your drawings? I'd recommend watching this video from Proko: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzDGO0LssEM&vl=en
    Thanks for the comments, pilgo.

    Yeah, I see what you mean about the hand size - I was focusing a lot on the face and neglected to keep an eye on the overall proportions. Will try to fix it if/when I go back to that portrait.

    I am trying to get in the habit of mirroring the image more; with the doodle, I think the proportions were okayish initially, but I messed up when adding the clothing. It wasn't intended to be anything serious, but I appreciate the feedback.

    Hmm, I'm kind of applying a measurement technique? I'll try to focus on that more in the future, and I'll take a look at the video you mentioned I don't recall having any proper instruction in gesture drawings until the video series I mentioned recently, so I'm quite new to all of this.
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    For today's gesture drawings, I decided to spend more time, as I think the shorter gestures are not very helpful for the things I'm struggling most with atm.
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    Good studies Astrolline, and it's inspiring that you're doing these after work. Keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fantasyartist View Post
    Good studies Astrolline, and it's inspiring that you're doing these after work. Keep it up!
    Thank you, I'll try!

    I felt like working on a landscape today, to take a break from all the figure drawings lately. Pretty fun study!
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    Also, I've been going through my earlier posts and editing to make the pictures smaller (I ... did not realize how uploading them at fullsize made them look on site, yikes) so that should make my sketchbook a little easier to view lol

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    A couple of relatively quick still lifes from today (both done using photo refs).
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    Sketch dump from the last couple of days.
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    (sorry about the photo quality)
    I'm.. pretty happy with the pencil drawings, actually! I feel more confident in my ability to construct a figure from basic shapes, and I think that's reflecting in my lines as well (not sure how well that comes across in the photos). There's still room for improvement ofc, but perhaps these hours of practice haven't been all for naught. I'm hoping to continue doing 20 5min figure drawings each day for the remainder of this long weekend - I want to further explore linework, as well as attempt to consistently add shading.

    Still life (fresh from the fridge, this time):
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    I clearly struggled with getting the ellipse of the plate, but on the bright side, I got to explore some fun colours/textures with the pears themselves. I should really do drawing from life more often.

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