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July 6th, 2005 #14
ok, i have not got a scanner for a long time
this is all ive managed to do, its not much.
hope to be more frequent in the near future.
ok here comes the stuff..
thats all fot this time
Rebecca: thanks for the advice.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberJuly 10th, 2005 #15
ser bra ut som sagt
när du ritar, istället för att göra en linje runt allt, försök att kanske skugga mer, t ex läpparna, så ser det verkligare ut. Prova på att göra gråskalor med en sorts hårdhet/mjukhet på pennan.
Studera anatomi t ex döskallar och rita från livet.
July 10th, 2005 #16
really like those last ones with the dark shadows in them and the portraits are really good keep drawing and posting
July 15th, 2005 #17
July 15th, 2005 #18
It's really good that you're training your anatomy skills, keep at it, you have improved a whole bunch since your first post here.
As an advice: this bobybuilder guys look kinda nice, but try to draw some anatomystudies of 'normal' shaped people. Just avoid that all the people you draw will have this bodybuilder look. Keep at it man!
July 18th, 2005 #19
August 10th, 2005 #20
September 1st, 2005 #21
id like to add on to hurris comments to say try to understand more of the muscles if you can as in the way they work...it might help when you draw musclular people's photos, as you will know more about what youre drawing.
i would also suggest especially wen drawing hands to draw them as cylinders and blocks, breaking it down into simple 3D shapes helps so much and it will give them a more 3D feel.
September 1st, 2005 #22
September 6th, 2005 #23
I like the last portraits, really dramatic. They show a good consideration of value like hurricane advised. And I especially like your portraits in movement, like the drinking one.
Cool to here your moving to the UK, i'm sure you'll like it here. I'm sure there will be plenty of transport (in answer to your question in the UK thread) and i'll keep you informed with Artsy stuff going on.
September 6th, 2005 #24
hey man, stick with it! Maybe spend just as much time drawing from artists' anatomy books as you are fitness magazines (or maybe you are already). Also, you'll save a little money if you just cram everything you possibly can onto sketchbook pages....actually its not even about money, its just about learning to utilize the space given to you to the fullest. See how much stuff you can fit on there until you just have NO more space at all!
peace out homie!
September 6th, 2005 #25
poratrait work is good -- love the progression so far, i agree with rebecca try to think of it as a whole figure-- keep trukin ' ((toot toot))
nothing is good - nothing is bad -- osho
(all is well)
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September 7th, 2005 #26Originally Posted by Hazamataz
it seems cool. yeah thanks on the crits. most welcome
omni1: thanks ill keep that in mind
McLean: ok i will try that thanks alot