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    zouuu's sketchbook::Comics and scribbles

    Welcome to my sketchbook.

    This thread is my "self-learning" journey. Thanks to this awesome community and internet resources, I can work my Art and progress.

    I've done some of the journey alone (with advices and help of some very kind mates) and now i'm putting order in my learning, so i'm posting my assignements.

    First, line drawing: proportions (contours)



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    welcome

    nice start man..
    i like ur heads and selfportraits.. nice mood and linework in there

    keep up

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    sideshowbob: thanks for encouragements

    an essay of tones

    a try on pen (i would master it, that's fun, after reading glenn's sketch on location)

    autoportrait with pen

    kif kif


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    only did this today
    toning, was very fun (yes big left eye ... wrong shame on me)
    i really have a problem on getting good balance on tone (on the left side lines are darker ???!!!!!)



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    You have some nice drawings here. Practice hard and keep posting your sketches. I'll be watching out for your updates.

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    i like what you got, but could you make the files bigger?

    BUNNIES!!< Forget the bombs in your eyes!> BUNNIES!!

    "Dane is such a table switching , he's gonna get some weird STD... "Ya a Stupid Table Disease", timing is everything!

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    Thanks for feedbacks, it's encouraging .











    (in order of time drawing, i wonder if there is any progress )

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    here's for today

    what i hate the most is staying at the same level, that makes me unable to draw more
    there is something that make the drawing don't capture the face, trying to find but... pehaps those face i try to draw are hard (like children) so that's not my level for now.





    this is an old drawing


    and here a re-try


    any help , welcome

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    what i hate the most is staying at the same level, that makes me unable to draw more
    there is something that make the drawing don't capture the face, trying to find but... pehaps those face i try to draw are hard (like children) so that's not my level for now.
    Hey zou,
    Welcome to CA.

    Ur portratings cool man. I havent started portrating yet, and i should start it, when? , ehh
    It seems uve worked with human block, and know it , but i would suggest to draw more of it. More studies. Do some more stuff from loomies, bridgman, and Specialy try Hogarth's method of drawing the heads, its excelentoo.
    And work a little more on prespective.
    Dont get angry if u dont see ur not improving or u are at the same level. Try some other things, try drawing figures, try environments, and many more. Expand your skills.
    bottom line, ur portraitings great, draw more, more. draw everyday.
    keep it up dude.

    I'll check out your thread again.

    ALi,

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    hello

    thanks for feedback

    sure i should practice other things, i wanted to push a little on one thing at a time. u're right if i slide on the same place let's go to another place

    but i don't have bridgeman or hogarth's head

    good luck u too on your sketchbook, i will visit

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    i found the videos that show u how work with charcoal and tried it today

    http://thegluckmethod.com/html/freelesson/index.html

    very fun i think i also should manipulate graphite like charcoal
    anyway some results
















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    i was drawing myfriend, unfortunately they drunk some coca and...
    they became like this, i should do self portrait to check if coca had the sale effect on me.

    Coca cola is .....ewww skully !!!





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    www.artacademy.com

    there are some free newsletters about skull

    yes i'm still drawing heads, some more head and i draw others things



    My self portrait as i promised (hmmm , yeah baby , i'm sexy !!)






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    hello (to me)

    for today we cooked the Chief's favourite meal: Skull perfumed with lips of veal !

    good appetite









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    Those lips are looking fine man!!
    my sugestion if this that when you draw lips
    try to think as if they were surronding a cilinder
    (the cilider representes your theet) try doing this
    and you see what I mean.
    your stuides are looking fine, and your
    doing the rigth thing by getting your basics
    polished down before any thing else

    Just keep at it!!! ill be around.

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    those were done yesterday
    for today nada

    maxetormer: thanks for the tips, i'll kepp it in mind.
    I should concentrate too that i can keep it













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    i worked a bit on a3 format

    look like i messed it when taking the shot

    done with almost charcoal stick (i'm still trying to get it, that's a wonderful medium)



    done in a4 format







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    Hi Zou

    It's looking good...

    Just as a suggestion...You might think of practice drawing the entire human figure too not only specifik parts. Just do simplified figures in the beginning so you get the proportions and balance in the figures... studying the specifik parts will make you able to do more detailed figures later on...when you are more confident in getting the figures balance and proportions and such you just add the details you learned from studying specifik parts.

    Ps: Is it not time for an update

    My sketchbook flawed to the max page 5
    Ps:Hope you understand my English.
    Remember my advices taste best with a grain of salt.
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    you're right mindflaw

    i've been busy and didn't very much updates but now back to school

    the reason i didn't figure is that when started posting, i concentrated on heads, i want concentrate more but ... i got some fun on those heads and i did figure in the past that's why i'm not pressed by it. (hmm , i'm talking and talking : too much)

    this wha i've done those days this ain't so much but for the first time i got to outside and drawed a bit.













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    Zou: It's a good thing to concentrate at one thing at a time.


    About the eyes remember that the eyeballs are just as the name says balls...this mean when you draw think of the eyes as spheres(/balls) and the eyelids as drapery wrapped around the eyeball.

    When learning to draw heads you might try this exercise *click me* The thread is no longer active but if you read fredflickstones replies you get a lot of additional useful information about the exercise.

    Ps: Please don't thumbnail your pics...at least not in your latest update...when you update again you could edit your previous update and make them into thumbnails. This will make it easier to check out your stuff...

    My sketchbook flawed to the max page 5
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    hello

    mindflaw thanks for the tips i'll keep it in mind,

    i tried what flickstone said in the past, perhaps i should re-do it

    but on those last ones, i tried quick drawing







    ps: i didn't understood, you said don't thumails then you said make them into thumbails, if i were posting all in original format that would take too much time for low connected viewers.

    bye

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    Yeah I try to write more clearly. You do seem to have understood me anyway

    Keep drawing

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    haven't updated but still drawing

    these are from 28-03 until today

    i began the basics forms and their shading

    help more than welcome, i'm stick with the cube.
























    for help, show no mercy on critics !!!!

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    shading exercice, any help on how shade a correct cube ?!!!








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    hey, you got some nice works going on ... I didn't click all pics, sorry ... but it'd take so long ...

    I think you should show the pics as they are (maybe make them a little smaller then they are now, so you can see them without scrolling !), not thumbnails ... it takes way more time to click them all, than to wait for them to load, and then look ...

    Which may explain why you get so few crits ... in sketchbooks, most people crit re-occuring problems, overall progression ... that's hard if you don't look at all the pics !

    Hope you'll show them normal size ... I'd be more than happy to see if I can give some useful C&C then !

    PS, you got some double posts: click 'edit' on one of them, and then 'delete message' to delete the double one !

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    Hi!

    Visibile improvement from start to now.... only critique is to keep drawing and hit the anatomy books hard and put what you learn there into your portraits and such!

    Great work, tons of drawings posted to far so keep it up!

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    Nightvision

    i've done it (i'm a crazy, i know ...) thanks for suggestion


    IanE

    thanks for suggestion too, i've done some head anatomy, any suggestions about getting them farther. The muscles are a little confusing but i catched the biggest ones..

    good night

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