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    Fritz's Sketchbook

    Hi I'm Aimee Fritz and I love to draw! I'm 19 years old and I want to work hard to one day be a concept artist or illustrator. I used to have an SB on here back when I was 14-15 but it's long gone now and I want to make one again to archive my progress and improve!


    Goal is to upload weekly every Saturday or Sunday with posts summarizing what I've been studying or working on:


    Thumbnail (personal piece from last year):
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    Hi! love your obvious determination! Nice studies of a good variety of things. And I fee you have a good eye for working off a reference that's very good!
    Excuse me commenting on your age, but I wish I had been that focussed on studies at your age hehe
    Looking forwards to seeing more

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    These are really good good luck on your art journey, will be following you as well to see you progress
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    Love the color scheme in your personal piece from last year and cool sketches!
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    Thanks guys! Mkinggames, it's cool, it motivates me!

    It's Saturday! Timeeeeee for the art drop!

    Working on someone's DND character. Looking at it now, I realize that the second one has a messed up arm.
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    This is what goes through my head; you could say that Master Studies are real VALUEable!
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    Look like I can't post any more images, this will be a two-parter!
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    2nd part of today's artweek artdrop:
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    Allrighty! I think this is it for this week's art drop. See ya next week!
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    Hello! It's not Saturday yet, but I'm posting a bit earlier because Saturday and Sunday might get busy.
    My main struggle is in painting skin and perspective. I'll work through some of the chapters of Scott Robertson's book next week for sure and more skin studies.
    Here goes...
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    I think this is all I've got for this week. See ya next week!
    Let me know if the file sizes are too big. I've got a pretty big monitor so I can't tell if my uploads are too large for viewing.
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    Lookin goood! Love to see how the studies or clothing and anatomy you do translate directly into your imagination doodles. I like how light yes precise you put down your lines, looks like you could easily do this in pen. You're not a fan of the eraser aren't you? I like.
    Your traditional works often look a bit more warped than your digital works. Are you looking onto the paper at a 90° angle? If you're using a monitor maybe having the ref and the paitning right next to each other helps a lot with the right shapes and sizes, while looking back and forth between the paper on the desk and the monitor with the ref is tricky. For that I'd recommend trying to find more abstract forms like-> Of the points of the head and elbows for a triangle with x angles and x side lengths-> that's easier to mag onto a paper than the actual body and it prevents warping from having to look back and forth from the ref to the paper. I mean I don't know your set up, I'm going off of mine, but if this applies, it's an idea

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