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    i m a learner......(divik)

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    i m a learner......(divik)

    i know d picture quality is really bad.but i'll buy a scanner in a week or two


    keep checkin my sketchbook.............
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    Welcome to CA!
    The first pic really works much better than the one below, because it has less proportional problems.
    At this point I'd say draw like hell. That's what I did when I started. I just sat down when I came home from school and drew like a mother. Trust me, it really pays off! And remember to draw for fun, it's much easier when you are inspired and full of 'I can do that!' feeling. CA is full of inspiring artists. Now go and draw! ---doyle
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    Beautiful pics,
    Its a great start to SB.Draw everyday ,draw as much as you can,drawing should be the first thing you do in the morning.Draw like hell.the most important draw for the love of it.
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Hey, yeah, welcome to Conceptart.org!!!
the first pictures looks alot better, quality, realism, everything!
the second is badly scanned, or the photo is bad..
however, as Bhanu already said, keep drawing, keep practise!!
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    I concure with the others, the first pic is much better proportional wise than the second. doyle's right, at this stage one can really, really benefit from getting as much drawing in as they can. Practice really does make perfect, *or pretty close haha* nice shading, keep it up no mata what mon.
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    i m a learner......(divik)



    tried to make sum ripples............................its just a 30 min sketch.
    hope u like it
    feel free to comment on my sketches
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    Good work, especially the first piece, i like the shading on it.
    But enough with the face shots, we want full bodies in different angles, draw from life, photographs and such!
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    Yeah I agree with Lazy....... Its time to waork harder.... and post more (I'm telling this to myself also ) ) Draw from life as much as u can. About the books u asked.... Try Brigdman Complete Guide to Drawing from Life. I havn't studied from it yet. But I've seen it and I'm gonna buy it this week.

    So happy sketchbooking.........
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    Hi there..nice to see u here, saw ur works at Tantra.
    First of all..i'd love to say..dont spend muchtime on shading..first try to know the form..from inside...just assume that every form is made of a glass..try to draw each and every line..hope this helps..
    about books..try Andrew Loomis and Victor perard's Anatomy and Drawing.

    Keep posting !

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    hey shyam ur work is awesome..........
    i cant find Andrew Loomis and Victor perard's Anatomy and Drawing. n Brigdman Complete Guide to Drawing from Life on net..plz snd me d links for these 2.
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