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    Thanks for the comment in my sketchbook Zou. You have really improved greatly for you first post to now line work has improved heaps and your gesture have alot more personality to them, Your defiantly on the right track.
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    I missed the forum and all the fun stuff here. It makes me feel like at home when browsing here.

    Even i am not posting. I am drawing and trying always to improve. My big problem is i can't really sit for hours and do some long exercices (a bargue ?)
    Not enough time and when i have some 4 hours. I can't concentrate on one thing, i have so many things to catch up. I'm feeling like snail

    i picked most of the eloquent drawing
    this year i had i good professor on drawing: Med Ben Meftah, sadly i haven't got much time from it, but learned enough though. I learnt more about hatching and many others things.

    i inked a figure from rubens. The tool is the old metal feather, it beats all other modern pens.
    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles

    I bought a little book about rubens, that man is has a real personal style.
    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles

    The bad thing (or the good thing ? ) about when i draw a study is the following: first i start scribbeling (not very seriousely) a things thinking that i have only 15 min then i continue. I regret that i haven't started drawing more seriousely.
    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles

    I like moeb
    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles

    It forgot who is that master
    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles

    After reading anthony ryder about outline
    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles

    I hope that on those line quality is better that anything i've done
    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles
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    This time i tried traditonal media to enter the world of color.
    I tried abstract things but with composition in mind, to get accustomed with acrylics, watercolor and so on.
    I heard that after "mastering" traditional media , digital painting become easy (and that's true)

    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles
    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles

    my first pastel of cylinder and wooden pyramid
    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles
    My first and only (for the moment) oil try , i used only burnt sienna on cardboard envelopped with tissu (maltais) and as a gesso: glue and white painting (those used paint walls)
    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles
    abstract composition, i really got involved on composition: any suggestion
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    acrylic
    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles

    composition with arabic calligraphy
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    WOW those hand studies are looking NICE and the paintings are
    really leveling up as well, keep this working pace and you will
    master your craft before you know it
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    thanks maxetormer for the encouragement.

    I've been in your sketchbooks, you've done a great walk. Makes me feel more and more lazy.
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    somedays, i feel like i'm on a boat and i am rowing on the desert. Bah, it's better than resting without anything to do.
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    i did 2:00 head sketch, i chose some and here it is

    i struggle to have some time to do some valuable exercice.
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    i finally started a bargue (i also found big very big mistakes),
    im' using a thread for measuring all. When i try to guess it result on horrible nightmares. I am finally convinced by academic valors.

    and a couple of woman head (there one from mind: easy to find wich one) the big one is from life (yes i lack life drawing but try to find a model on this mad world)
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    hey, looking good!

    on guessing: ALWAYS put down a guess FIRST! before measuring! Eventually you want to be able to be very accurate without having to measure, right? That's the way to train your eyes.

    1. Guess - put down your best guess
    2. Check - take a look at your guess, does it look perfectly right? really take a look. Laziness makes this exercise a waste of time
    3. Improve guess - correct your guess if you think your mark should go somewhere different
    4. Doublecheck with measuring tool - such as the string/thread on smaller work or a knitting needle on bigger work and non-sight-size (comparative measurements).
    5. Correct your guess with what you found out with measuring.

    So many people do it the lazy way:

    1. measure with tool
    2. place mark

    Not much training involved there.

    That's just my personal opinion though, tell me if I'm wrong!!


    There are some things that popped out at me, hope it helps, keep going, you're doing well!
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    thanks a lot dorian (that really help)

    i was so discouraged when i discovered those errors and got stuck. I don't explain why , even using a ruler i can't sya when i did mistakes. i hope i corrected all. I'm frustrated by the fact i can't discover only passing hours alone trying to understand.

    i'm still fixing
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    Just keep drawing ! the sketches in yellow paper are cook!
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    Yanino: At your orders !
    i did this at work, then i added colored pencil just to test it. It gave a good quality result (the saturation)

    I started shading ine the bargue and realized the i took the grainy face of the paper, it takes more time and pain to shade that damaged land. I hope that there no more big mistakes. Even my print is crappy ! hope the result will ne honorable.
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    here the advancing. I would go straight and post the finshed one, but i don't want to have some mistakes uncorrected.


    If someone see anything wrong, plz tell me

    I've found an atelier with a model. After tomorrow i will go to my really first life drawing class (even without instructor, i hope it doesn't matter)
    I will test that sight size method i read about. This time n i'm really excited

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    i started shading, this a new kind of experiences. I found it so easy that i thought it surely have tons of lacks of mistakes. I also drawn on the grainy side of the paper (yeah i'm really stupid)
    In addition, the printed bargue don't have reflected light on shadow area and is too dark. So After i finished the outline, i discovered it then i print another one less darkened and put it on the right (but it haven't the same size of the first print) and tried to fake the reflected light)
    This is awkward but, it's all time like this so go on ...( i learned something at least)

    This time it ended like this.
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