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    I.R. hungry for knowledge

    hy... i'm new to this forum so i'd better introduce myself
    i'm a 16 year old boy from Romania studying arhitecture at an art school
    my goal is some sort of graphics... don't really know what kind
    here are some of my drawings... don't hesitate to strike me, i'm tough . i can stand any critics.
    first some portraits


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    next some other thingys i like to draw
    the orc and the demon head are for an art battle with my friends

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    my coleagues muhahahaha =)))

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    Your prtraits are very nice! Great range of values overall. Your figures look a littel flat however.

    I'm impressed by how much anatomy knowledge you seem to know @ 16 so I'd love to see some bone drawings to show us that you know even more!
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    and finnaly some things from school and some studies

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    forgot about this... i tryed to make abe... from a screenshot
    i'm a total beginner in photoshop... this is where you guys come in
    any critics on any drawing are very apreciated

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    thanks Ian Mack
    hmmm... i don't know if i have bear bones... but i made some studies of muscles from andrew loomins
    are they any good?

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    Portraits are looking good. The figures need a little work, but keep doing them ,it will come in no time. I like your objects and still lifes.

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    I.R. thanking you daraf
    the portraits are all after photos... that's why they look better...
    i'm gonna stick to those figures till they get right

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    Definitely keep doing those anatomy studies - become really familiar with the body. The stuff so far looks good, I say "keep 'em comin'!"
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    will do madhatter
    thanks for the reply

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    If anything I ought to ask for critique from you.

    I find the portraits in your first two posts are particularly well done. I'm learning sketching at the moment myself, and I would like to know what pencil(s) you used to draw those portraits?

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    hy well, the thing is, that the first two portraits are not in pencil they're made in charcoal... you know .. black charcoal, for drawing.it has a really cool efect.. but you can't erase it
    i'm really happy you like them. just that they're made after photos... when i will be able to make something like that without any reference then you can ask me for critics (i'm working on that now )
    thanks for dropping by. cheers

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    16??..holy freakin hell

    Wow those portraits and from life studies kick ass man!

    keep up with the anatomy work and general postures dude, it will go along way. By the looks of things your not far off getting that nailed, dunno what other critique to give.. im just starting out myself so its alittle difficult lol.

    keep up the awesome work bud.
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    ahaha u little bastard u finally post something here ... nice work ... put some new drawings dude ... se ya

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    @Arekkusu : thanks bud
    @Andy_man: i'm working on that muchas gracias

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    well i made this yesterday... no reference

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    I do like this last one - the forearm and hand and wrist closest to the picture plane look great. Nice, dynamic shading.

    You have a good handle of using the cross-hatching (particularly in the region under the arm and along his shirt) that doesn't flatten the subject, even though the lines don't follow the contour of the fabric/tanktop/body. It's something to be wary of, but it doesn't detract from creating the proper volume and shape in this study. We are all guilty of it, and many of us lay in a nice patch of black by just quickly swishing back and forth, paying little attention to said contour of what might be shaded and hidden.

    I find that I have to work against this method, because if I do, it tends to flatten things out...but for those who can do it effectively (such as Edward Gorey, whose black and white pen/ink hatching amazes me) it looks great.

    Keep on truckin', keep on drawin'!
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    thank you for the advise
    i will post some more soon... not now because i don't have a scanner

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    got some new stuff

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