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    Cernew's Sketchbook (Newly Updated)

    Im not much of a doodler, so I'm just gonna post finished peices that I do out of boredom.

    Aniken Skywalker. (Won the drawing category at my schools Art Show)
    Charcoal
    Done about a month or two ago.


    Self-Portrait.
    Charcoal
    I was really bored yesterday, so I drew it.
    18"x23"



    Sorry for any distortions and bad quality, they're too big to scan, so I took Photos.

    Enjoy!

    Last edited by Cernew; June 18th, 2006 at 12:34 PM.
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    amazing work u got there bud, thumbs up!

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    Drew this today.
    Legolas from LOTR.
    Charcoal
    8"X10"
    Overdue gift for a friend.


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    Cernew's Sketchbook Update! (5/22/06)

    This is my first commisioned piece. A teacher in my school wanted me to draw this man, Sanford Sharoff. He was her husbands good friend who passed away (dont know when) and was a Basoon Player.


    Medium: Charcoal
    Size: 8.5"X11"

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    Arrow Brand New Sketchbook! Some ideas for the first page?

    Hey, I just bought an 11"X14" Sketchbook! What should I draw on the first page?

    This is one of the hardest things for me.
    The first page always intimidates me

    Help?Any suggestions?
    I have Charcoal, Pencil, Colored Pencil, Paint(watercolor, acrylic, and oil), Oil Pastels.

    You all rock!

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    Hey Cernew,

    Thank you for the comment on my Sketchbook! You have some really solid work here, and I hope you will continue to push your skills.

    I always think that doing Master Copies are a good idea. There are lots of great online resources for art, such as www.artrenewal.org. Try finding a great Master Drawing, and doing a study.

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    Great portraits and use of charcoal you're really good with it. Id like to see more stuff keep em coming

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    pretty decent here stuff watch your values and take your time. the eyes are never completely white they are usually grey around the outer edges and near the middle they get near white. if you study master paintings up close in a museum or gallery youll see that they usually grey around the pupil/iris and give a dot of white opposed to just making it. it really makes the eyes
    "pop" as in 3d goodluck!!

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    Good stuff mate. Seems like you'll be taking the route of realistic painter, eh?

    Try to consider overall form when you shade. Values and form of the big masses are just as important as the small ones.

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    Hey Cernew, great start here!! Gotta say that Darth Vader piece you did kicks ass!! I wish I could draw portraits like that. You're very talented my friend. Keep em comin!!

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    Thank you very much for visit my sketchbook. Good start, solid charcoal work. Maybe a bit softer shades would be good and work a bit on the details.
    The lightning is good so keep on working

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