dunno if i will be able to draw daily always...work is exhausting...but anyways, you gotta set a starting point somewhere! so i'll try to update as often as possible. hope the pics aren't too big.
gave up after some time on this one(yesterday).
stupid warmup sketch from today that i dislike very much.
block figures 1
block figures 2
and a finished doodle i very much enjoyed creating(thread also in sketches section)
martian from "war of the worlds"
yeh well....tell me what you think so far and what i should practice most in the next time. my top priority right now is to get my pictures to look more natural, because yet they mostly look too much like comic-book art.
so...LET ME HEAR YOUR CRITS!
Last edited by Carnifex; October 18th, 2005 at 04:27 PM.
Not to be a party pooper, but I think this might help: Your proportions aren't bad, but the positions look aquard and the figures look outlined. Try drawing into your figures more... jesture drawings from life may properly loosen you up. Also, try and pay more attention to your figure-ground relation. The fairy critter is lookin a little manly, try getting some girls to model for you, that'd probably be benefitial as well. Keep going, your on the right track!
btw, that love that last creature you posted, looks squishie.
I think if you rotate the fairy girl image a little to the right, it would look better and most likely let you draw the arms more accurately, because at the angle it's at now, it looks like she would fall right off.
Keep at it man, I'm going through the same thing. Too much work, not enough art, haha.
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today wasn't a very good day for drawing-i'm being pretty tired all the time...well, i did atleast do something. just some gesture drawings mostly and a short attempt at dividing the hand into parts like mentler(pretty inspiring guy).
agh-i'd need some site with focus on feet and their anatomy...every anatomy book out there doesn't seem to focus too much on them.