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April 2nd, 2005 #1
New stuff in the last page.
Hi People Iīve started this sketchbook a long time ago, i will try to do my best now, seriously.
Critiques and comments are really wellcome.
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberApril 3rd, 2005 #2
you have a good imagination, the only crit I have is that the perspective on the legs of the female seems a bit off and the feet look funny too, really like your sketches, though, keep it up
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April 3rd, 2005 #3
charcoalArtist : tnks dude for the critique, i need this to make something good one day.
Ok dudes this is i made in this days without scanner, i hope you like,
and if the links doesn't work, this is the links to see my craps
My works and studies
Feeeelll ehehehe cya
Last edited by enthombed; April 24th, 2005 at 07:17 PM. Reason: Adjust links, sorry!
April 23rd, 2005 #4
Whats up man!!, This first study has a nice sence of bulk,
I can really feel the form, and belive me that is good asset,
The anatomy needs work on various parts tho, seeing your stuides
at dev-art I can see you are starting to tackle down your anatomy
wich is a good thing.
You can use image shack to host your studies
it allows remote linking:
Right I can see you have a good eye for proprocions I think that
what you need to do is focus on starting doing studies of how
the inner mechanics of the body funcions, wich muscle push
what, and how bones interact with them.
As far as the warrior girl goes, the legs look a bit to bulky
you are using to much round shapes, Michael Mentler advised me
to use straigth lines as opossed to the curves, remeber that
every action in the body has an oposite reaction.
The curvature of the lower legs of the girl warrior should be
concave instead of convex (see the rithms of the legs of
Loomis studies and you will see what i mean) do simple skeleton
possees for you to start seening how the interlocking of forms work.
plus they are too long, I might me wrong but if you straighten up the
legs you will see that if the girl were standing up, the legs
would be way to long and the feet do look a bit wonky
Overall you have some REALLY good raw intutions and
potencial; Dude! you are so much better than me at interlocking
of shapes, you got me all inspired to work harder!!
keep the studing UP!
See ya later
this one has some really nice flow of shapes GOOD work:
mail to: email@example.com
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April 23rd, 2005 #5
Hey Man, tnks for this links and for your help , eheh i stopped my studys because the design college get much times, projects, Forums and some others activities. (i'm in the 3 period)
Well i'm back, but with this link to post my studys i hope put the files to people here see.
Tnks again luis.
April 24th, 2005 #6
Hi guys, i'm here again, ehehe i hope this time the links doesn't broken.
I reading one book called "The new drawing on the right side of the brain" of Betty Edwards.
This book is amazing, i started reading this a one week, and i will post the studys here to show the evolution.
I really hope you like the result of who this book propose to show to your readers.
Three Studys are proposed in the initials chapters.
One draw of your hand
One portrait from the mind.
One Portrait with a mirror
C&C are wellcome so much dudes
See you later.
December 1st, 2005 #7
December 1st, 2005 #8
it seems like you have improved a lot over the last months.
these animal studies look superb!
are these from pictures? your imagination? life(rawr!)?
what did you use? pencils?.. which grade is that black
background then.. lookin good.. loookin goood
buut i think you gotta look more into that bottle of human
anatomy though. the guy on the top left (yeah, i know it's
a monster - but most monsters are still based on morphed
human anatomy) looks out of proportions..
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December 1st, 2005 #9
rewind: tnks for your words dude, yeap i really try to growing with my drawings, i draw based in some photo from Africa.
I´m trying to draw more people to estudy anatomy, is harda so much, i need try more paint too, but i get some time in this end of year, to months of drawings and paintings.
December 2nd, 2005 #10
December 3rd, 2005 #11
Hi people, this is one stuff who i paint in this days, i try to understand with help of my friends how the colors work in one paint and try to understand some lighting effects, in my city haven't a really classroom about drawing and paint.
Comments and help from the expert artists here are really wellcome.
Last edited by enthombed; December 3rd, 2005 at 11:07 AM.
December 3rd, 2005 #12
A decent introduction here, though i can only stress to keep an eye on both perspective and your anatomy studies. you have some nice angles, and practice can only make these more useful in expressing what it is you want to show us.
all the best,
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December 3rd, 2005 #13