sketchbook of Placeboast
Hello everyone! I found this awesome forum just over a week ago. been drawing
about a month or so after taking a ten year break from drawing (of whitch I
am veeeeery grateful to myself) so my drawings are not so great for now.
I'm improving everyday and I hope by the end of july next year I'll be
able to produce something that I will proud of. I've seen some great stuff here.
I really enjoy the sketchbook part of this forum. You guys are very inspiring.
Thanks for viewing this thread!
Last edited by Mikko Voipio; January 1st, 2012 at 05:55 AM.
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Looks like a good start. after ten years that is... There is a good feeling to the sketches you have in pen. So GO draw and be happy.
thank you for being so kind on me. Here's another one.
just a quick comment. no real crit right now. nice bright sketches. dig the profiles and face work. keep up the practice and the good work.
hiya! nice studies,but its seems u have the tendacy to make things quite stubby and short.
keep at it!
Here's a daily sketch. Not really pleased with it but it will do for now.
Some very rough sketches done today.
I like the cartoon heads on the bottom of the first posts, I'll be swiping those. You've got good line work overall, but sometimes there's too much emphasis on curved lines. Like on 10/3, around the shoulders you can make the lines more angular. Remember these basic rules: Angular = hard, curving = soft.
Thank you for the comment Armando. I'm still at the very beginning of my
drawing "career", so my emphasis on my drawings is not on the shadowing.
First I've got to learn to draw the outlines of the characters. By the way
these drawings are all drawn very fast.
yo placeboast, great pen drawings here, the hands and feet look very well done, but your faces could do with a ponish
some of these are very good man! especially the hands/arms, and i like your cartoon drawing a lot too (the faces in the first post)! the feeling i get looking at most of them is that your drawing the outlines without seeing much of what’s going on the inside, kinda like drawing what you see in an anatomy book without really SEEING, my bad if im wrong ; ) you should study the bones very closely, and when you draw something...at least for these studies, draw the bones, could be very lightly, like you do the divided circle for the head before forming the face, see how the bones would shift according to the position your drawing them, the feet, hands etc. than draw the muscles/skin/folds accordingly over it. and don’t mind over the shading much yet. i hope you get what i mean, wish i could write what i mean better ; ) keep it up man! ...That fat kid's right haha you do have a lot of confidence in your lines, its already showing its worth, it will show even more sooner if you do this daily.
Hey everybody. I don't have access to a scanner in a week or so, so I won't
be able to post my new stuff. I'll pe posting a big update the weekend after this weekend.
The fat kid: Thank you for visiting my site. It would be very kind of
you to keep following my thread and giving me some helpfull advice.
Qxzi: Thank you. Still learning. I've got along way to go.
Mr C: Your exactly right. There's just so much to learn and as I've said I've
only been drawing "seriously" for a just over a month. Thanks for the advice.
Very usefull tips.
Your lines are nice and clean, it is good that you are practicing anatomy. Let's see some work from your imagination too.
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