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July 21st, 2006 #1
I really want to learn to get better at drawing! :D *sketchbook revived*
Hi, i'll try and draw as much as I can. But I want critique and lots of it. So I could one day be great like you!
Heres my most recent drawings
Me drawing random objects.
And a mutant squirrel to top it off
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PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE!
Talent and Creativity are yours to use and keep
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July 21st, 2006 #3Originally Posted by Odayga
July 21st, 2006 #4
Drawing random objects is a cool practice cause it helps you to learn about the basic shapes in space (cube, cylinder, sphere and cone). I think you should establish those basic shapes in wich to inscribe your objects before actually drawing them. I.e. sketch lightly a cylinder with the correct proportions and placement in space, and then start to draw the deodorant(?) using that sketch. Right now some lines are getting wonky, like the deodorant being skewed and his concave right side. Try to get the construction right before starting to render your drawings.
Hope it helps.
odayga: grow up.
July 22nd, 2006 #5
thanks fedezz for the advice
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how old r u u dude gud start i was so like thth u should now go into basic figure work look at poses and body posture!!!!!!!!! get it on !!!!!!!!!!!! practice like mad and draw when ur bored cos 4 me it sseems to get better then when ur confident use new media best to try colour pencil then watercolour followed then by whtever u wnt i did the and my work is still improvung ur great keept it up!!!!!!!!and PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE!!!!!! ADD ME AS A FREIND BY THE WAY
July 22nd, 2006 #7Originally Posted by wahabs art
July 22nd, 2006 #8
Not too bad, keep doing those still lifes. The pics could be a tad bigger, btw.
It seems like you're thinking in lines very much. Yes, it's handy to draw an outline of your project, but since light hits the object in question, it turns into something without lines and into something with edges. You might wanna check this thread to understand better what i'm talking about. This site is also very fun and full of information. Try to apply the info from those links into your work.
Keep it up!
July 22nd, 2006 #9
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July 23rd, 2006 #10
its my drum-kit!
I don't know why when it scanned it turned an off-white colour
July 23rd, 2006 #11
July 23rd, 2006 #12Originally Posted by BlueMech
July 24th, 2006 #13
A fossil of a oyster. The things sticking on the shells left side is rock with little crabs that got trapped inside it 8)