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March 22nd, 2006 #1
Seer's sketchbook - Upd 26th June
See the last page for far newer stuff.
A mech copied from that same site (forgot the name)
Tried using markers on top of my pencil. Turned out pretty bad.
Some Bridgeman stuff (I ordered some books too last year).
The most recent one of these.
Last edited by Seer; January 29th, 2008 at 01:27 PM.
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Looks like you visted Polkarbon.com from the mech, that was one of the first websites I visted when I started try to draw figures. You will proberly get more out of Bridgmens books.
'hey, I forgot how much fun this is'
hope to see more.
We'll ride the spiral to the end, we may just go where no one's been
March 22nd, 2006 #3
Good to see Bridgeman studies, keep that up. I'd like to see you copy some of Bridgeman's drawings exactly as they appear in the book, without any guesswork (loose, scratchy lines). I know that might sound like a poor use of time but if you can put a drawing down on paper as Bridgeman envisioned it, you are that much closer to understanding why he put the lines where he did
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A good idea for now, is to forget everything you think you know about faces. Learn the right stuff all over again, learn how wide it is, how it is divided, How big the eyes are, where they are placed, etc.
Sometimes, you have subconscious memory of forms, that, because you haven't really payed SUPER CLOSE ATTENTION your whole life, you aren't Positive what they look like, but you trust your memory anyways. Try to purely describe form without any prejudiced choices. Stick strictly to what you see, then you can start adding what you know.
March 22nd, 2006 #5
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March 22nd, 2006 #6
well I dont' really know what to say, I'm trying to learn humans too.. but I like the mech, it's cute in a non-cute sort of way ^^;
You don't have a soul, you are a soul. You have a body. - C.S Lewis
My sketchbook, updated whenever I get around to it
March 22nd, 2006 #7
Eh yea you gotta stop procrastinating and gettin to work if you wanna make art.
March 22nd, 2006 #8
Wow, thanks for the feedback everyone.
I'll do some more Bridgeman studies next flatliner/darkwolf
Pixeldragoon: Yeah, that's one thing I guess I've forgotten about doing.
Orozc0: Maybe I need a disciplinary whippin'
Here are some quick PS images that I made just to get rolling. Too tired to keep on working on the last one. More tomorrow hopefully!
A monster of a baby (literally).
Is it a random girl or Michael Jackson?
Looks more like a stereotype surfer than a pretty blonde.
March 22nd, 2006 #9
I see a definite improvement in the PS images from your linework. One thing, the brushstrokes are a bit distracting, but considering I know nothing about photoshop I wouldn't have the slightest clue on how to fix them. The ambiguous Michael Jackson piece is very nice. You've got a good start here.
September 1st, 2006 #10
An old thing just before I decided I'd concentrate on music. It seems that has changed to be a 50/50 thing. Will scan some new stuff later.
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