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Thread: Studio Proof 45? By: Y.H.T.E.
January 2nd, 2006 #1
Studio Proof 45? By: Y.H.T.E.
The scanner only served so much Justice, it didn't pick up all of the detail.
I hope you like what I was able to give you for now. C n' C on any of them.
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10 Min Sketch
Drawin in Bic Pen #1 ( Ashes to Ashes Then Into Dust )
Drawin in Bic #2 ( Also Drew this in the car)
A drawing on break from work
Water color and Bic Pen
Water Color and #2 Pencil
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Hi! I don't know enough to give very many crits, but I'll try my best. On the first one, the only thing I noticed is that his right arm (your left) is longer and a little thicker than the other. In the second one, his right shoulder seems a little low, but that may just be me. Lastly, the face in the third seems a little squashed (once again, may just be me). And I really like the fourth one. Keep 'em coming!
January 2nd, 2006 #3
Anything works honestly...Ummm I do plan to fix these up but right now none of my computers can support PS CS, so this has put me in a dirty set back. I will try my best to push out some more pleasing pictures and I HOPE I can get some PS images soon also. haha
Thanks Much Joe
*The Edit- That Scanner really killed the detail. I just realized it looking at the real images.
January 3rd, 2006 #4
I need some thoughts here....Please help me out with some ideas.
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You should put a link to your sketchbook into your signature that way some people 'll visit your sketchbook when you commented on their work that way you help one another. Furthermore you should be more patient. Keep posting whatever comes to your head and wait for comments, critique and help it'll come along with your progress. So concerning your work: I would recommend sticking to realistic anatomy and human figures in your case so you can expand your basic drawing skills. Your illus look fine right now but you need to know the basis in order to change it and make it look "correct". Leave colors and digital work out for now.. Sure you can always experiment with it but I think you should focus on one medium at this point like a pencil. Explore the possibilties, learn more and more- then experiment around with differnt styles, mediums techniques and all that...
January 3rd, 2006 #6
Yeah I have been on and off with drawing for a really good while.
Umm I also self taught myself so I mean I get what I can, you know. So I mean, I cut around with what looks good and what dosn't. I will also add a link so people keep in check of my art work. I used to do alot of vector work with PS so thats why coloring is easy for me and would add a little texture to the pictures instead of the basic look. Thanks for the comments.
I hope I can get to a scanner soon so I can show you more.
Last edited by Y.H.T.E.; January 3rd, 2006 at 07:21 PM.