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    jdeegz * - Now with a paper backing! * -

    Gradumicated from Mass college of Art and Design with a BFA in Industrial Design

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    Some of my figure drawings from earlier in the week.

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    Some attempts at drawing Clint Eastwood, i am so bad at faces, I lost my nack for them.

    I think during my senior year at school, i got more concerned with speed thatn quality, so i lost alot of my skills at shading and details becuase of not practicing them.

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    During my Visual Language class we were discussing some photographs taken by my fellow students and a silhoutte (spelling? haha) stood out to me, added a hand, some wierd quote from our discussion as well.

    'It is being uneducated, art makes culture and culture is the most important thing in the world." somthing like that, we talk fast haha.

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    Due to my dissatisfaction of my clint eastwood attempts, i followed them up with a study on the structure of the head, found a nice page and followed it, i think it may have helped a bit.

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    Lookin at some other DSG's i drew a bit this morning, there is also an indiana jones that i did, but unfortunatly i forgot to scan it.

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    K Cool, i took some photos of my bigger sketches ( done on newsprint) from my drawing class.

    Here is the first classes work, atleast my better stuff, would it be useful if i posted everything so you can see what my bad shtuff is? i think that would make it easier to crit.

    This is also my first ever figure drawing class, i have never had a model before ;x

    but i liked it!

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    Heres some from the second class

    more of the same stuff, but i got a little quicker.

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    3rd class we brought in some pastels and conte crayons and did some negative shape drawings.

    some cool shtuff

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    aaaaand yesturday, our fourth class, we drew on dark paper, and immitated lights, it was pretty cool too, i love this class : )

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    Some homeworks for the drawing class, David ortiz and Agustus(sculpture)

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    Some faces I did, rather quick, i dont think any were more than 10 minutes.

    Hopefully you can tell who they are : )

    have some more great ones from my drawing class today, i will put those up as soon as i find a camera.

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    C'mon im puttin out some work and no one says anything!?

    let's go! ;p i know my stuff isnt too good how can i improve, even just small steps, it would be great, it is afterall what i am doing this for.

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    i think im beginning to rely on refrence ;x time to use some creativity today!

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    really really bad quality right here, sorry about that, i drew really light haha.

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    Hey jdeegz, thanks for stopping by my book. I can see some improvement already in this short time. Keep up the figure drawing, it's the best way to improve. If you want some good ideas/anatomy to help your figures, try out Bridgeman's Complete Guide to Drawing From Life, or Andrew Loomis' books. Bridgeman should be easy to find, and loomis can be found online. Always make sure to break things into simple shapes when drawing, and focus on proportion and accuracy before doing detail (such as the contour or value). I look forward to seeing your progress! Keep it up.

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    man i wish i had a better way to get stuff on here =\ im just using a camera and taking a picture, the paper is white, but comes out orangy so i gotta fiddle with photoshop alot. anyways, i think this is my favorite atm, whatcha think?

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    The faces are looking good. Torso looks too stylized. You should know the ribcage and pelvis (or at least simplified versions for now) and how the muscles lay on top of them like fleshy drapery. With regards to hands, try to learn the anatomy and construct from simple shapes, although it mostly just takes doing them over and over.

    About the camera, you just have to get better at taking the pictures, and try to have as much light as possible (sunlight, lamps, flash from camera). That's the only way i can figure out. Still usually takes messing around in PS.

    Keep it daily, thats the best way to improve.

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    haha thanks, im trying to keep it daily but between partying and allready assigned homework my time is tight, but really this community is really inspiring me to draw, i feel way more compfortable than when i had started sketching!

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    Hey, i got these books, Bridgman's Complete Guide to Drawing From Life, and Loomis' Figure Drawing for All it's Worth. These two books are awesome, thank you so much for reccommending them.

    i did a few Loomis works. the first one i copied and and practiced, the 2nd is all form my mind except for the figure on the left. i love this way of drawing the human form its really effective of showing motion and balance.

    I'm trying to get my pencil strokes to be more fluent instead of what loomis says as "Petting" the lines which i am used to doing.

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    yeah i always look for my mistakes and learn from them, its the bestest way!

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    Hey yo, i had some ideas for a bigger composition so i sketched them out, one is a female being looked at by her capturer or somthing, its not fully developed haha. and the second is a man on the ground being stuck by another man wielding some type of weapon. lemmie know what you think!

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    I just wanted to post some digital painting i did to see what some reactions would be, the first one is a picture of a beast in an alley way, i think i am going to continue working on that some time i have free work.

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    some more random digital paintings. that cat was for my cousin, its a portrait of her kitty, she loved it! thankfully haha.

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    What's up jDeegz
    Thanks for visiting my sketchbook!
    You're coming along quite nicely, it seems. Keep it up. Draw lots of live people! It's ridiculously helpful, and it never stops being a goo idea.
    I especially like that one face near the top, right under that chick's portrait sketch, that's all grainy and robert-crumb-ish in style. I'd like to see it up close, actually.

    oh, here's my sketchbook.

    Also, my website. It would get beat up in a fight.
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    Some cute faces.

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    A hand from Bridgmans and one of my own that is horribly horendous? how do i explain a really bad drawing? haha

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    some sexy boots from my anatomy book.

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    i feel like i am having the harest time attaching my heads to bodies, the jaw always looks wrong and its just akward looking, any tips?

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    new sketchbook wooooo!!!!

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