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July 21st, 2005 #1
Trying to get better
Some old thinks and things
Last edited by MAD WILL; July 24th, 2005 at 01:08 PM.
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With time i learn e undesrtand some things, i do a study of somethings.
Last edited by MAD WILL; July 21st, 2005 at 11:08 AM.
July 21st, 2005 #3
Hey Mad Will! I think you have a good start, and when I saw "tryign to get better", I thought I would see if I could offer some advice. I'm still trying to perfect my craft aswell, and so I think we can all learn from each other. I feel you have a good start, like I said earlier, but I think something I see you could work on (atleast from the sketches) is that you should try to vary your line thickness and work on constructing the for of your figure. Build a frame for the objects you draw to develop that three dimensional quality in our 2D world of sketchbooks. Fredflickstone has some very well done tutorials on this in the Tips & Tuts forum. Keep posting dude, and I look forward to more of your stuff.
July 21st, 2005 #4
My english is terrible, but I understood what you I said, i'm learning, are much things to know, but i enter in this forum for it, for learning (my english too ).
In another time i'll have a oportunity of post somethng better.
Thanks Mr. Visions
Last edited by MAD WILL; July 21st, 2005 at 11:40 AM.
July 21st, 2005 #5
Those are nice studies man. Applying the principles of those studies to your pieces will make them better. Glad to have been of help. And don't worry so much about your english. It's all good. Take care.
July 21st, 2005 #6
Thank you again, you are very nice man, thank you
July 21st, 2005 #7
For young group of my church
That's a bee in water for young group of my church, a anual party called "Colmeia", in this year the theme is "SUB WATER".
Is a sketh.
Draw of a friend mine
With my colors in ps
July 21st, 2005 #8
That's a caracter for a animation test
July 21st, 2005 #9
hey the cartoon-stuff is already quite good i think.
you still gotta work on the drawings from real life, but you seem to get the hang of it. just go on practicing! im doin so myself since i know conceptart and i improve more and more. ill post some pics soon again, those i posten months again are...pretty shitty .
well, go on and show us your improvement!
July 21st, 2005 #10
cool stuff man
studies are nice
but work on some life studies and such just improve your realism
"Don't look into car headlights and freeze, because you'll either get run over or shot!'"
July 21st, 2005 #11
Thank you Mr Riggen for post, i see your post and like too much, i'm work with art (relatively), but i know much young peaple drawing better, my job don't give me time to draw and i haven't time to get better, but i on rigth way i think.
July 21st, 2005 #12
I see your posts, thanks to coment in my sketh, i'll say something:" just improve your realism"
July 21st, 2005 #13
Just keep up with those studies, do hands, faces, everything! And I think you've got potential. Keep it up.
J. Christopher Schmidt
Comic Book Artist / Illustrator
July 22nd, 2005 #14
Thank you Chris, i haven't time to draw, but like i saw before "i trying to get better". Thank for coment, this is important to me.
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July 24th, 2005 #17
Pant in Artrage
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July 24th, 2005 #18
Yo yo mad will, I see some good grounding skills that I'd recommend you really build on since the basics are the most important and i regularly drill them.
Let me present to you, an invaluable sourse, th pdf version of the Andrew Loomis book "Figure Drawing for all its Worth" - the physical edition went ot of print about 50 years ago, and 2nd hand copies sell for $130+ ...and its THE best book on the subject of learning the dynamics of the human form I've ever come across.
So much so that I am going to shell out a couple of hundred for a new perfect conditioned one, believe me go through this book, practice and do all the exercises and you will come out a better artist.
I now present to you, a tome from the best human form teacher to ever put his teachings on the typed page - its a 25mb download i believe:
July 24th, 2005 #19
THANK YOU MAN!!!!!!!
but i can't open, give me another link.
only tres ropes
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July 24th, 2005 #21
I have adobe reader, but the first link, it's nothing there
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July 25th, 2005 #23
Thank you again
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July 26th, 2005 #26
Thanks A Lot
I See The Books, I See...
Thank You Guy!!!!!!!
Last edited by MAD WILL; July 26th, 2005 at 10:07 AM.
July 26th, 2005 #27
Great job on the studies. I envy you your patience (I'm trying to get there myself). If there's one thing I noticed, it's that while the studies (especially the eyes and lips) are great, you don't seem to employ the same guidelines in your actual art. Now, don't get me wrong, I fail to do this most of the time besides basic anatomy guidelines myself, but it's something I've started paying attention to and you should, too. Everyone should. Keep posting!
July 26th, 2005 #28
I like your job and i need practice too much for paint like you paint, my work don't give me time for pratice. The studies are important, when we understand we can do rigth, but we are wrong when not pratice the studies.
July 27th, 2005 #29
A old dream of criation
Tha's a idea fo a character, called "Magrillo", a joke with word "magro" (lean, the oppose of fat).
August 1st, 2005 #30