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February 21st, 2006 #1
I hve reachde Utlimate Prefetcion!!!one!
Attachement from 7/2/07
Hello, my name is Christian Ibarra, im 23, i live
in Argentina, im a graphic design student here
on its last year, i work as a freelancer Designer,
im not an artist but im beginning to retake that
career since its so important in todays laboral
world, im mean retaking since i had lost that
lets say "will" to draw ever since i started
to study other things like programming and
other things, anyway i have made a lot of
progress thanks to those Loomis books i found
on the internet and that now appear to be gone.
Anyways, i have seen many of the art made here
and im really exited to have finally made this post,
im anxious waiting for your advice.
I have seen you have many good tips and tutorials,
ill try to work on those on the following days, and i
have identified some problems of mine,
i have a very insecure line drawing for example,
and i have almost no knowledge on anatomy, wich
i have started studying today watching some pictures
in my dictionary and internet.
Ok, enough words, see some of my sketches and
dont tell me i suck, i know i do, i just want a bit
of your wisdom...
my latest work, i was going to make the rest of
the body, but i realized i didnt know what i was
doing, so i stopped there...
This is the black knight of hatred...
This is the blue robot of hatred...
This is a nice little dino...
This is something i made before reading Loomis books...
(Notice the HUGE improvement )
I have some drawing in my sketchbook wich ill
try to scan when i have time...
Thanks a lot in advance, and have patience with an
ignorant like me...
Last edited by Christian223; January 23rd, 2010 at 09:20 AM. Reason: Utlimate Prefetcion
Hide this ad by registering as a memberFebruary 2nd, 2007 #2
Wawaweewa!1!1 Its been a year since i opened this thread and i have improved so much!, and now i wanted to revive it, im going to do a sketch everyday and i hope you help me improve, ill try to help you too of course.
So, i had this great idea of besides doing a sketch ill do a little joke, just for fun, its not that i feel im funny, just for the heck of it
February 3rd, 2007 #3
Hi, i did this little challenge for me, to cut a piece of paper and make 4 planes in a stripe with it, for the purpose of understanding planes more, perspective and angles and also to practice a little shading, i think it turned out to be a very good excersize since it was very hard in the begining but it became easier in the last ones and also turned out better and faster, try it
Critiques and advice very appreciated, thank youuu.
I made it in like more than 4 hours, since it was so hard for me and i had to take breaks because at times my tension and frustration levels where very high
February 3rd, 2007 #4
Welcome to C.A. good for you for starting a sketchbook. Post the loomis studies if you can as these could be very helpful for people to well help you out. Just keep studying anatomy, and portraits. Maybe do as many still lifes as you can.
Also in your last post you said you got very frustrated with drawing. Try not to worry to much about what your drawing. Just have fun with it. play with the design, dont worry if it doesn't turn out perfect right from the start if you keep practicing you'll get it.
good job so far, keep on going
February 5th, 2007 #5
Thanks wake, ill do what you say, specially on not worryng too much
Heres the practice of today, yesterday was too busy
I think this is really helping me, im better at getting the angles now, but i must practice with values more, critiques and advices are greately appreciated thanks.
February 6th, 2007 #6
bummer 'bout yesturday but I'm sure you had a reason.
The studies of plains are looking good. I've never seen an excersize like that but it seems to be helpful. Try to change up your excersizes everyday though so your not doing the same thing consecutively. Maybe come up with a different way of learning the same thing just so you dont get in the habbit of doing the same thing every time.
February 7th, 2007 #7
Thanks for the idea, i think its a good one too because i was getting tired of doing that same boring piece of paper again and again , so i changed the excersize, this time to train with values and sphere volume. A little bit dis-ordered, but the last one i did is in the right lower corner. Crits comments help advice greatly appreciated as allways, thank you.
February 7th, 2007 #8
Thanks for stopping by my Sketch Book and giving me some useful advice!
I like your dino design! Maybe once you have studied more from the loomis books, you should go back and re design the dino, with your new found pencil rendering skills!
That would look sweet!
Keep it up man!
'Iam what Iam' - Popeye The Sailor Man
February 7th, 2007 #9
Hey dude,thanks for stopping by my sb,appreciate the input.Those sphere studies are great,but they're all the same shape and lit from the same angle.Try cubes,cones,and cylinders ,lit from above,below,the side,tilt 'em,rotate 'em(sorry to ramble there).My point is: variety is what these studies lack.Just keep 'em coming,more!
February 7th, 2007 #1021 year old artist workin' to improve!
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Hey, lovin the characters. You need some work on anatomy and figure study. But youve got some interesting concepts. Would love to see more of your pencil stuff.
February 7th, 2007 #11
those lighting studies look good
for ur perspectives.. do some simple geometry studies i improved alot due drawing cubes ( old samples : http://www.fragtasia.de/bob/2dstuff/...erspective.jpg
post more !
February 8th, 2007 #12
Thank you for your comments!.
AK86: ill do it sooner or later, thanks!.
Notorious K.A.B.: Done, thanks for the advice.
Envisor: Thanks a lot, i started today to study andrew loomis on head studies, ill study the rest of the body more ahead, thanks.
-sideshowbob-: Thakns for the advice, i also did those in the past, it really helps, im going to keep doing them of course but in the future, right now im more interested in getting lighting and feeling shapes right.
Thank you all.
This morning (i woke up at 5 am! pld: ) i studied "figture drawing for all its worth", it was a good time for learning some more shading things, yesterday i also started to draw heads from andrew loomis "drawing the head and hands", ill start posting my studies on that tommorrow. Heres my study of today, as allways comment please
Oh and i discobvered that applying too much black makes the drawing look too muddy, so its better to leave some texture on it
February 8th, 2007 #13
Thanks again for the compliment and advice!
Keep up those studies man! Its about time I create some devoted studies.
'Iam what Iam' - Popeye The Sailor Man