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Thread: Tef's Sketchbook
May 8th, 2006 #1
Here I decide to make my sketchbook. I hope that you will like that and that you will not hesitate to put comments.
P.S : Sorry for my poor english
November 2004 :
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May 8th, 2006 #3
C'est tres bien tout ca! Tu pars sur le bon pied. Aucune critiques, continue a faire depuis nature. Souvient toi comment le corps se comporte, et n'hesite pas a voir ses limites. Etudies aussi les muscles, ca aide beaucoup pour comprendre son fonctionnement.
Et merci pour le petit mots dans mon sketchbook
Keep posting !!!
May 8th, 2006 #4
Merci !!! ca fait plaisir ton commentaire
Mes premiers speed painting / My first speed painting.
40 min :
35 min :
30 min :
40 min : (line with Alias Sketchbook Pro)
and le colo :
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May 8th, 2006 #5
Good looking studies, keep them on, looking great and one can learn
tremendously by doing studies. Especially the hand-studies looks great!!
Character studies are great as well, hopefully I am to see bigger versions
with more details of them later on .
I like the style you draw with, stick with it and do variations, add more
things and what not you can ever imagine.
Can't give any crits just now - just watch out that drawing proper
proportions wont take as much time as it takes for me, hahah -
Keep up the good work!
May 8th, 2006 #6
May 11th, 2006 #7Registered User
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I like the anatomy studies and you seem to have the body proportions and face construction pretty well under control. Just one note for the sketching: you might want to focus more on the simple forms and 3d constructions before getting detailed with the contours. It could help especially with the hands. Also, a couple of crits for this picture: http://www.tefonline.net/2d/speed_pa...on/perso05.jpg ... The chin looks malformed, the ear is too small, the white highlight on the cheek should be higher (remember the cheekbone) and you could make the skin tones look more believable by placing less saturated colours on the lighted places.
It's a great start, keep them coming!
May 11th, 2006 #8
Thank-you for the compliments and the counsels. It's exact, for my sketches, I have really tried to simplify my traits. For my first speed painting, it is true there is not poorly defauts and what's more, I have just realized than I forgot to do the eyes!
Go here 2 sketches in the train does last night. It's a little update, I'm sorry
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May 14th, 2006 #12Registered User
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Wow, lot of skeches. Good to see you draw stuff and people from life too. Anatomy studies are always a plus as well. I woud advise to study the anatomy of the mouth more. Your use of lines is good as well.
July 7th, 2006 #13