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Thread: Mayshing's Journey
November 22nd, 2005 #1
Alot of awesome artists here, it really took a while for me to decide to open up my own thread to share my sketches. Salute to all the awesome arts in this Sketchbooks forum.
Hopefully as I keep a sketch book and get feedbacks, I will be inspired to do more and better sketches.
A little about myself:
An art student during transfer so SVA, also a freelance artist
Age: 23 (turning 24 at Dec 9)
Interests: all kinds of art, cultures, psychology and medical studies
Concerntrate Area of practice: manga/comic art
Area hoping for improvement: enviromental art, watercolor painting, mechanical drawings, concept and.... ok... there's too much. I will shut up and post artworks now.
Last edited by mayshing; May 9th, 2008 at 04:28 PM.
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I like sketching from life, most of the time I don't ask people to pose for me, I prefer their natural expression and stage when they are not posing... they tend to have a habit-pose they go back to once in a while, even when they are not still.
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November 28th, 2005 #12
Some nice work so far!! Especially liking the wolf and cubs.. Great start to the book
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November 28th, 2005 #13
very nice animals. your works on naturasl subjects are far more imprssive than your ficticious ones. i would recommend practicing more on your fake animals. try intigrating what you know about youre animals with new, stranger possibilities. it cant hurt to try.