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    Wow, some really great imaginative stuff in here and amazing studies. Keep it up!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Fraser View Post
    Wow, some really great imaginative stuff in here and amazing studies. Keep it up!
    Thanks buddy!

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    some random stuff and some portrait and figure invention

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    random doodling

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    some random drawings and a few studies, i'm off season

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    i actually like this slime, it was inspired by joe mad's style
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    Really like your sketches man , you gonna be really famous & successful in future , i can bet u . just keep grinding Don't give up ever
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    What an awesome sketchbook my man, great line control here!
    Don't have mercy on me, feel free to give me your opinions, critique my stuff or maybe send a hate message, jus don dare of saying sth about my English ok?i'm fluent as fuk
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    Thank you both very much!

    Some Joe Mad studies and sketches

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    some random sketches

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    And I've also been learning Zbrush for the past week or so
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    here's my first longer sculpt that i did watching some course along with a quick concept drawing

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    Another Zbrush sculp that I did trying to apply what I've learnt from tutorials (the concept sketch being one of the zombies from an earlier post)

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    And also first time learning and trying hard surface modelling (very shite)

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    a fairly quick Diablo inspired demon bust

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    Its cool to see someone experimenting even outside of comfort zone, I don't see much of color work, not sure where/ what is your goal. Keep it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by stonec View Post
    Its cool to see someone experimenting even outside of comfort zone, I don't see much of color work, not sure where/ what is your goal. Keep it up
    I'm not really sure where my goal is either, but for right now it's just getting good at fundamentals, i started learning zbrush as a way to be able to study form more efficiently in 3D hoping it would translate better to my drawing

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    Another quick bust sculpt

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    random sketches and studies

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    mongolian armor and clothing studies

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    archer poses sketches

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    daily painting practice, the prompt was 'godless'

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    and a cat study

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    quick pose studies

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    metal material studies, last one after the amazing Jeff Simpson

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    portrait studies

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    quick poses practice

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    rendering and perspective practice

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    a demon sniper character design for CHOW, along with some sniper studies

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    hello there i love your studies, especially those centered around scott robertson’s book. any tips when learning perspective ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grünerhund View Post
    hello there i love your studies, especially those centered around scott robertson’s book. any tips when learning perspective ?
    Thanks a lot! For learning perspective I'd say the most important thing is to take it slowly and become really comfortable with basic constructions before moving on to more complex ones. Also, a lot of this stuff can be quite tedious and boring so I suggest not working a lot at once, but doing shorter study sessions every day.

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    Well apparently my external hard drive broke and i lost all my books, video tutorials, art collection and a few of my drawings, so here's what ive been doing from then

    some sword fighting poses looking at videos to figure out how the movement works
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    portrait lighting studies from a simplified model and ref

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    and then applying that stuff painting from invention, the 2nd one being done later and much better imo

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    Holy shit man, this is one of the most dedicates sketchbooks I've seen. Really cool and inspiring to see your motivation to learn. any tips for quick poses?

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    hey man. i don’t know if you wanted to make them like this or not, but some of your cylinders look squashed because you’re aligning the ellipses to the cube faces (which makes the major axis not perpendicular to the minor axis)

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    video: Thanks! When doing quick gestures i firstly think about the main gesture, but i dont necessarily draw it in, I find that defining and figuring out the rib cage and pelvis position and relationship (as connected with the spine) is most important. Also, think in terms of 'c' and 's' curves to simplify the gesture and not get bogged down in details. Asymmetry and gravity is also really important, and try to make the curves flow into each other, be very deliberate about sharp angles and breaks
    grunerhund: I really don't know how to create accurate ellipses without too much construction, I know there is a complex construction with which you can create a perfect square in perspective and then place the ellipse inside, but without constructing, just drawing and guessing, i really don't know how to be sure if they are correct or not. I think if i practiced more i would get a better feel for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ognyendyolic View Post
    I really don't know how to create accurate ellipses without too much construction
    that's the nice thing about them, you need only two construction lines for ellipses: the major and minor axis

    first you find the center of both the faces where you want to draw the ellipses on, then you connect them to find the minor axis. once you have that, the major axis should be perfectly perpendicular to it (except for some of your cubes, where you've drawn them in a heavily distorted perspective, which changes the angle between the ellipse's axes as well)

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    just keep in mind that the axes of the ellipse and the perspective lines don't have to coincide (and since a circle looks the same regardless of the way you're looking at it, it doesn't really matter, you just have to eyeball it to fit the perspective of the face it sits on)

    I hope that this made sense and that it is helpful to you !

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    Thanks man, that cleared up a lot of things actually, I never really payed attention to the axes

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    pose practice

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    clothing folds studies

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    portrait studies

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    and some random designs

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    A batch of traditional studies

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