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    Lunatea's Sketchbook

    Hi,
    I've been browsing the ConceptArt Sketchbook forum for quite a while now so I thought it was about time I joined
    Ficus(?) trees, done from photo refererence


    Butterflies done in fineliner


    Comments and crits welcome.

    Last edited by lunatea; February 7th, 2006 at 04:16 AM.
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    you havea very delicate hand and a good sense of organic life. keep us updated. look forward to seeing more.

    Woodruff

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    Another plant. fineliner pen


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    Thumbs up Hi!

    Very nice, quite delicate and careful with the lines. Are you mainly interested in plant life and organic stuff? It's great that you started a sketchbook (Took the plunge) I hope you will keep on posting more. I for one do not know much about plants and such drawing-wise so I can't crit you.

    Till another post...

    Eat. Sleep. Draw.

    Its a way of life.
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    Always glad to see that people who are interested in drawing something
    else than people. Keep posting. Would like to see some coloured
    ones too.

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    Azeira: Thanks
    LeajyneHH: I am also interested in people but aren't much good at drawing them yet. I picked up copies of Andrew Loomis; Drawing the Head and Hands and Figure Drawing for All its Worth so hopefully I will learn alot from those.
    That fat kid: Thanks
    Placeboast: Hope to post coloured stuff soon.

    Last edited by lunatea; February 4th, 2006 at 09:02 AM.
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    Done in Open Canvas from imagination


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    Took a photo instead of scanning sketch but it turned out a little dark. Adjusting it, it still looked wrong so I left it as it was. Done from magazine reference.


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    nice nice. That flower is badass, same with the butterfly.

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    Ah - the Loomis head drawing method - It's brilliant, isn't it!

    The organic stuff is great.

    Keep it going!

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    Well I finally have some COLOUR! Think I went a bit overboard with the lines though.

    Heron


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    I fell off the drawing wagon for quite a while until I went into Donut King the other day. A girl that works there had her paintings displayed on the walls for sale (at quite high prices) and they were good but not great.... and I thought to myself I can do that, even better than her. Which brings me back here

    Horse, reference a book on horses and ponies (watercolour)


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    I didn't like the paper I was using as it was hard to shade smoothly and was smudgy.

    Fuschias, from life


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    From photo reference


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    From a couple days ago


    From today


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    Thw first one is probably a Ficus macrophyla, I am doing one of those too!
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