once back in the early ninties around 91 i did a series of can opener studies sorta like the next step after soup cans it is things like that that will improve your art i know it improved mine I like the glasses you did
hey dile its me rolo! Long time since I have commented but here is wat i got to say. Number 1 it appears your having trouble with hands!!! try this http://www.geocities.com/draw_anime/tuhands.html it'll probably help ya!!
Number2 My problem is having heads to big urs is making em small!!! work on that!! with the link of hands thing i think there is more cool stuff in there of how to draw-- (feet too) (anybody feel free to check out the link yourselves)
Oh man, I really like this last one, great speed painting, really awesome improvements all around, also its really cool that your jumping into zbrush. Keep drawing and that will only help your zbrush skills flurish. Keep up the good work
Rolo: Thx for trying to help, but I think i have tons of other anatomy books
that I think are better than those Manga/anime tutorials. (nothing wrong with manga, but I try to learn the way the old masters did, or those who are Pro!
Hogarth, Bridgeman, you name it, not some random artist who have put an
tutorial tuturial togehter in 10 minutes..)
Darktwin: Thx I kindaa messed the layers up, so I had to copy the backbackground, erease the white bg around it, then do another background.
so i really will think about to set all stuff in different layers later
Hey Dile !
You got some cool stuff going one here.
I think you should put some more attention to the anatomy under the muscles. Make your lines more interesting.
Other than that, keep practicing !!!!!!!
eee.... I scanned those, now everything seems shit, and I lost alot of values.... Gotta buy a better Printer/Scanner.... all-in-one series sucks..
anyways... My mum bought a new sketchbook, since my 2 old ones wich I had in birthdaypresent is filled up with skit... damn 150 pages in a month but I guess most if it is just alot of shit, and doddlings
but heres 3 more...
thanks for stopping by in my SB.
You a lot of dedication and hard work in your sketchbook. Keep it going!
Maybe a little piece of advice: think less in outlines, and more in shapes. You're outlining your drawings pretty heavily, but they don't show mass... The skeleton pose in your last drawing is wonderfull, hang on to that style.......
stuff is not bad!! don't worry about the kangaroos
how about a picture of a telephone that is my next series of sketches but your great I thought you were lying when you said you were 14 my mistake but that can opener series was given to me to do by an elderly artist who was an artist his whole life and probably dead now he said pick something that is just around the house and draw it a bunch of times there was the can opener and that is why I did the can opener pastels but it is a matter of style these days and that I don't have cause it seems all I do looks the same as I fall off the edge of reality
Hey Dile, man your working hard like you said you would. keep doing the anatomy studies like your doing. Great hand page, your also doing a great job of mixing up the mediums, I'm horrible at that. I need to use my wacom damnit. I will, I will. Keep plugging away, mentler's hanging flesh page is a good source of anatomy studies here on concept art, Bridgeman is a great one I use a lot. There are many out there, to each there own you know. Your doing good. Like Arconal said remeber to see the underlying forms and shapes while drawing the contour of the figures. The way your drawing good, but take into consideration to shapes and how they relate.