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    Patdzon's life studies and misc. stuff

    I figured it's best to upload my sketches here instead at the sketchbook section since this is my favorite section of CA.org! I also feel my work seems to be more in accord with this section. I'll be updating from time to time more often than before.

    Here are new ones:

    Hands
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    And my dogs
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    Thanks to Allejo and SVE for the influence!

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    Hey, patdzon, So glad you post more! Really beautiful drawings. Everything is executed with so much love. The close-up of a hand is great, with finger drawn so beautifully. Well, why don't you do a finished painting or colored drawing with this hand. Like it grabbing something: a ran away ball or found children treasure in the grass. And the dogs drawings are so great, you know, they just have to end up being in a frame, in English style or Durer style, or watercolors. They will be awesome.
    Hoping to see more new work
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    More hands from yesterday ( WHAT HAPPENED???? )

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    still working on my scanner settings.....

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    REALLY cool studies man, keep at it.
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    they look sort of Van Goghish in the way they're drawn

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    To everybody who commented, thank you.

    Steinmetz: Van Gogh huh? haha. No comment...

    Another set of hands( this is starting to become a hands thread! I'll put in something new next time!)

    Took a somewhat different approach on this one for no reason
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    very nice studies. keep posting!

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    Nice studies. the smaller hand and forearm studies look better and more lifelike than the big ones (which I assume are of your hand). I like the dogs too, not just the drawings but they look like good dogs. it would be cool to see some full figure studies too.

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    new updates

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    my bro and his gf

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    a study of a hat

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    enjoy!

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    Hello, patdzon . So great to see those hands, the have a wonderful feeling of heaviness and volume. Could you draw mother holding a child gently with beautiful hands like those. Very expressive, talking hands you draw. And i really like your new update. So much feelings and thought from you in these sketches. Lonely quay, just sitting, taking a break from everyday vanity, deeply sleeping people, forgotten hat. Lovely and actually very similar mood in all three. Enjoyment with simple things, beauty in everyday life around us. I love it .
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    Hey Padz. like what Im seeing! I can tell you from experience a few pointers on the hands, some of which dawned on me during my Handstudyprocess (see link below)

    -The top phalanx (fingersegment) of all fingers, except the thumb, point slightly inwards towards the middle finger, giving the finger a slightly curved inwards shape

    -Middle finger is as long ad palm of hand

    - Second joint is situated in the middle of each finger (tip to big "punchknuckle")

    - The finger doesnt acutally start being a finger where the knuckle is, but actually a about a cm and a half away (depending of course on the person)

    -The whole hand acts like a fan, being that everything corresponds to an arc line (when it comes to aligning knuckles and joints, and fingertips)

    - The actual "skincrease" on the bottom side of the finger is situated RIGHT BEFORE THE KNUCKLEL ON THE TOP, not directly below.

    This was an amazing revelation for me last night, after over a hundred sketches! hehe, I felt so enligthened.
    Yet so cheated.

    Good luck dude,

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    My God, Tim, this is awesome! Do analysis of the whole body, please! You putting this in words so clearly!!! I'm very grateful, will read many times!!! Now, Patrick, you from your side need to keep the thread up all the time for easy approach. So I expecting a lot of updates .
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    your getting good patzon..keep doing your sight size ..it will improve your vision a lot..but always keep your freehand..constant..take it easy

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    Thanks for reviving my thread, Ale! hehe.

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    Hello, Patrick . Thanks for update . I like the first one the most. Nice composition and her pose is very natural. I would love to see it as a bigger. It has a nice relaxing mood and it's contagious . So I want it for selfish reasons too.
    You didn't write how long it took to drawn such a nice portraits, but probably from 5 10 20 min, right? You know, I see that you dont like to emphasize any core shadows, values are almost equal. This what gives your drawings such a soft, calm feeling besides your choices of faces and poses. Fruit are wonderful, but orange doesn't have any texture on it, I think it should though, because it's there. Right now only unusual form for an apple keeps me from mistaking the orange with anything else. Beautiful volume and form, as always.
    Hope to see more and soon.
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    Hey thanks, SVE!~

    A note on the figure sketches. All were probably done between 10-20 mins, and I treated all of it as only short studies or sketches, so not much variations of tone were included. In other words, I'm just keeping it simple. Hopefully, I'll get someone to do a long pose for me so that I can put more attention to the details. This is why I'm drawing inanimate objects for now, so I can study the effect of light on form.

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    Copies from Loomis. His drawings should be studied after knowledge of constructing the figure is learned. That's why his books are GOLD!
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    Patdzon, lovely work. Your drawings have style and expression. I think I'm a sucker but the chihuahua is my favorite. Are you in school now or flying solo?

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    THanks, man!!! LOL, I'm fliying solo for now, but I really wish I'm studying at an atelier right now! I'm so hungry for solid instruction.

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    pretty good sketches man. I'd like to see them larger, filling up the whole page. I like your line quality and shading.

    btw... about your post in the lounge. I think you will get an art related job, but it will take some time. I dont' know if you have any other art related skills (3d modeling, animation, painting), but those will definately help you get into games. In the meantime, you might have to work jobs you don't want to do just to make some money. But don't give up, man. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParkerD
    pretty good sketches man. I'd like to see them larger, filling up the whole page. I like your line quality and shading.

    btw... about your post in the lounge. I think you will get an art related job, but it will take some time. I dont' know if you have any other art related skills (3d modeling, animation, painting), but those will definately help you get into games. In the meantime, you might have to work jobs you don't want to do just to make some money. But don't give up, man. Good luck.
    Thanks for the encouragement, man. I read that you're working as an animator. That's superb. It's great to be doing something that you love as a living.

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    Patdzon, I was thinking about what you were saying about missing the atelier environment. It's nice to have that environment to go back to. I've noticed though that it's more important to be very aware of your own goals and what you need to correct in your drawing...ultimately that's what keeps us coming back to it every day anyway. When I get stuck I've found that looking at master works always reminds me of what I need to working towards. All the instruction you need is right there. Atelier is mostly community and discipline, with the added bonus of free coffee. I just try not to ask the same questions to the same people too many days in a row. Heh.

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    nice studies patzon..hmm start drawing from sculpture...keep studying those master drawings go to this site if you dont already know..http://www.louvre.fr/llv/commun/home...sp?bmLocale=en print some drawings and copy them..(study them and analyse them) so you can be studying the language of drawing..

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    Lovely drawings Patzdon, as I expected.

    There is a tonal issue with the fruit drawings that you might consider. The contrast between the light and shadow on the table should be compatible with the corresponding contrast on the fruit, since both depend on the ratio of strength of main light/ strength of secondary light. This is well handled in the first two, but in the three later ones the cast shadow seems a bit dark.

    Maybe you might start arranging the fruit in small groupings now, to get some more practice at composition?

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    nice sketches man I' m also from the phillpines

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