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November 19th, 2006 #1
Swift (BM)'s NEW IMPROVED SKETCHBOOK! (READY FOR STUDIES!)
Welcome to my new sketchbook, a PLATINUM rank sketchbook compared to my old one which is STONE rank!
Last edited by Swift (BM); April 29th, 2007 at 12:39 PM.
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here is my entry to a thunderdome entitled 'Pokemon Redesign'. Umbreon and Espeon rule!
I have done quite a lot of pictures recently so I will post some soon!
November 21st, 2006 #3
pokemon? gotta sketch em all?
December 5th, 2006 #4
I bought some acrylic paints the other day. I haven't had a chance to use them yet but I hope to produce some good work with them.
December 18th, 2006 #5
Ok Ok, here is where I am at right now- christmas holidays start on wednesday, and I have loads of stuff to post, so hopefully I will get it scanned and shrunk over the christmas period. Maybe I'll develop my evil santa like creature concept and post it on the 25th of December (christmas day for those who didn't know!). Maybe. Perhaps. Possibly... I don't know right now, artwork coming soon!
Last edited by Swift (BM); December 24th, 2006 at 09:45 AM.
December 24th, 2006 #6
OK here we go (acrylic painting coming soon!)-
The rest were done with a mechanical pencil-
The next one is a drawing of my sister and the last two are copied from photos in the TV book of Billie Piper and David Tennant-
December 28th, 2006 #7Registered User
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Nice work, but...
Last pictures looks better and better. But you must study anatomy of people- proportions and skelet. Loomis is good tip.
Maybe is better drawing based on reality to start. If you will draw only from your head, you expand your style and fantasies, but portrayal,processing will be false.
Sorry for my english, in czech republic it is'n most extanded langue :o)
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December 30th, 2006 #8
thanks for that, I know what you're saying and I should do more referenced drawing and some more from life. My future career will involve figure drawing so I need to practice as much as possible now. The thing is, I do some reference drawing, then I learn a new skill, so I do loads of drawings from my head incorperating that new skill, then I do some more referenced stuff etc. etc.
January 1st, 2007 #9
I have started doing some referenced drawings from some comics I bought called 'The Walking Dead'. I did one with charcoal pencils and it came out alright, though I do need more practice with this medium. The other I inked and it came out really well although the ink kept drying out on the brush so some bits are more blue than black.
January 3rd, 2007 #10
I have started inking another picture from the afore mentioned comics and I drew another picture of my sister. I am trying very hard to only draw from reference and life and not imagination. But the more referenced stuff I do now- the better I will be at unrefereced stuff later on in life.
Please take your time to crit me, thanks all!
Last edited by Swift (BM); January 3rd, 2007 at 01:51 PM.
January 5th, 2007 #11
Here is a DSG-
January 6th, 2007 #12
Here is another picture done with the pen tablet. Don't crit me on the anatomy, it's the colour style I am trying to show you-
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wow...dude no offence(u showed some great improvement, cheers), but like many of us(newbs) need to work on a loy of shit, i'd suggest u take some classes. gj anyways!
February 13th, 2007 #14
I'm really glad that your making the effort early on to try and study real life, most new artists don't get the crits and suggestions they NEED in order to improve rapidly and further their own ideas and talents. Saying that a drawing is good only and not suggesting what needs work is the cruelest thing that can be done to people of this type. But u're taking all of it on board and it really makes me happy that u are.
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April 13th, 2007 #15
Here's an update!
I have several other pictures to post sometime but this is all I could be bothered to scan for now.
April 26th, 2007 #16
like the new piece, some nice shading especially on the wings
anatomy could probably do with some work, arms are a bit thin
good improvement through the SB
April 28th, 2007 #17
I suggest that you really focus on doing figure studies and drawing actual things from life and just leave the imaginative stuff alone for a while. I would like to see more life stuff posted here. I think that your imaginative stuff is not really that interesting yet. You want a career as an Illustrator or Concept Artist, you should take heed to what you will be up against. There are Pro guys and students that are almost up to pro status that post here. Do those no more imaginative stuff for now. Real people, real objects, real animals. Do Masters Paintings if you like. not from comicbooks. Here is a website that you can go to Artrenewal.org. Look for paintings there and copy some of them and try very hard to be as accurate as you can to those paintings. I think you really need it. YOu will not make it if you cannot draw well, I assure you within the next few months you will start to improve much more than just doing the imaginative stuff. Here is a link to loomis's books if you need them.
Read these books and apply what you learn from them. If your really serious about making this type of work as a career, then you will take these steps. Good luck.XD
If you have problems downloading them, hit me up in the PM and I will help you get them downloaded for you. Others have tried to convince you to go that route. I hope you will listen and do. Post your studies!!! I stress that more than anything. I want to see studies from you. No imaginative stuff, I will treat you as if you are a student. Don't make pull a ruler out and pop you in the hands, jk. Again good luck. I will attempt to come by every so often. XD
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April 29th, 2007 #18
Yeah I will certainly try to take into account what you have said. I was wondering, are those wooden manakins any good for studies? Because I have one and have done a few drawings from it.
Also, is the Marko DVD a good idea or is that for later investment?