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    More landscapes coming soon. First school and writing to do. School and homework are hard, and so is the temptation to ignore it.

    Indeed, I'm the only member who got his avatar from google, and didn't draw it himself. Oh well.
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    That last one very nice, its just an idea but it could be quiet cool if you put some fire balls coming out of the air would give a cool look.
    I dont say that you're drawing is bad bud its just an idea....
    Nice anatomy studies loved the one you used from Rhineland.

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    Quick sketches. Not happy with 'em. The one before this one was better.

    Indeed, I'm the only member who got his avatar from google, and didn't draw it himself. Oh well.
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    ah, tis long since I have taken a walk into the depths of this sketchbook.



    Liking your landscapes, though I was wondering if there should be some more definition on the outsides of the buildings (their linework) to make them stand out a little more from the background (noticed that in your last post).
    Keep going with the anatomy studies. Tis a long and stony path, I know! But you can only get better because its a one-way path

    P.S. I am also one to ignore homework, in fact, I am doing so right now ^^

    Insanity is the key!
    Also, studies are a key. And passion is a key. Also, so are inspiration, motivation and dedication. Talent can be a key. Insomnia can also be a key, depression is a sad rusty little key. Damn, artists need one hell of a keyring.

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    @Aila: Thanks for the comment Tip noted.

    Unreferenced but stupid:




    Don't mind the anatomy on the last one, since I wasn't very serious when I drew it.


    Cheerio

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    The other one before those girls..
    Its lovely! The top body is good bud those right knee looks a little weird.

    Ciao Grizz

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    Thanks The anatomy may indeed be odd, but maybe that's because I drew it so quickly and without measuring anything.

    Drawing with a pen goes so much easier, I have understood. It looks like I get the hang of parts of anatomy faster if I use a pen. How could that be?
    Today, I have totally exhausted myself with drawing. I was sick, so..

    All unreferenced, except for the last one. Could've done the least one better, since my pencil was working incorrectly at the time.









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    Ignore the stupidness. Unreffed.



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    The woman before you're last post is lovely!
    The anatomy fits perfect, love the face really great job keep going like that!

    Clapping hands
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    PS: wat is eigenlijk een pen in het nederlands ik weet nooit het verschil tussen pen of pencil?

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    My advice would be, above all keep drawing, you are on the right track. You should try to improve your line quality, dont put redundant lines that do not say anything different to other lines. Each stroke should add something. Also, try to draw longer lines. Think like this: if I want a line that connects this two points, it should be just one stroke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzliman View Post
    The woman before you're last post is lovely!
    The anatomy fits perfect, love the face really great job keep going like that!

    Clapping hands
    Grizz

    PS: wat is eigenlijk een pen in het nederlands ik weet nooit het verschil tussen pen of pencil?
    Thanks

    PS: Pen is pen, pencil is potlood.


    @Favila: Thanks for the comment I think you're right about the lines, I always said that to myself also. If I draw 'fluently', in longer lines, the drawing looks more professional.

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    Anatomy on the last one is ridiculous, but I was mainly going for the shading..

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    Cheerio

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    Something.

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    Damn, I really have to do referenced stuff again, this is just rubbish. Please don't throw stones at me..




    Heads are always to big in my drawings.. Why?!
    And rest of the anatomy is idiotic, to. *Shivers*

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    just keep pushing it , and it will come, just keep up the dedication
    stop by sometime and ill see you around

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    Hey its great to see your dedication, keep at it and in a few years you will be a master.

    Have you heards of Andrew Loomis?, he has written a few books, they are really good, and best of all you cand find them on the internets for free, heres a link to it where you can see the proportions, dedicate some time to measure the proportions well so that your heads dont come out so big, heres the link http://fineart.sk/index.php?show=n&s=8&cat=12 Keep it up!!!!

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    Ah yes, got those pages once, but they fell into the dark depths of oblivion, and I could not get them back. Which means, thanks a lot
    As soon as I have the time, I will restudy Andrew Loomis(And not sure if the fellow Dutchling is around too, but besides Bridgeman, I also meant Andrew Loomis to be a very good one to get books from about anatomy).

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    Have nothin' done, only a stupid copy of my hand. I put the copy under the scanner, so that's why it looks so crappy. On the other hand, it doesn't look too crappy, but I just had to show it off.
    The left hand is mine, the right one is that of a friend. Drew with pen all the lines on my hand. Took a copy, because I had to wash it off at school.
    I also took a negative with some darkening adjustments.




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    Love you're technique but how did you put those lines in white?
    Sorry i just got Photoshop CS2 and i don't know a shit of it.
    But anyway great lines, like you're idea of that woman with wings.

    Keep it up like that!
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    Heh, thanks The white lines have nothing to do with Photoshop, which I don't have. I have some options on my scanner, and from that I can make negatives of the drawing and adjust them a bit. You can also do this with a scanned drawing on Paint, though.

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    Quick unreferenced sketchy.

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    Meet the Christmas-elf. Scanner screwed it up.. I did, too.



    Last edited by Morthrong Eterech; December 23rd, 2007 at 12:59 PM. Reason: Santa told me to.
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    1 Unreferenced. AWFUL BAD ANATOMY. Beware, beware. Oh noes, it's pure filth and pulp, the spit of the devilhounds on paper.

    2 Bad face anatomy. It's unreferenced, but I also almost didn't look at the paper as I drew it. With my pencil, I touched my face and measured distances, then put it on paper. I went on like that, untill a wicked drawing came up. Could've done MUCH better if I didn't use that new technique I just came up with.

    3 I don't like it either. I like women, but every man needs to put his sick mind down on paper some times. Feminism rules.

    4 Oh well, what can I say. Unreferenced.

    5Where shall I start? Just cover your eyes, after the stinging pain of disgusting drawings reached them, and after you wondered what smelled so bad. Yep, it's the anatomy. Everything in this drawing is wrong and twisted in the wrong way, manipulated and distorted. Into the fire with this crap!

    6 Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong wrong anatomy. Practice, fool, practice for real.













    Merry Christmas
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    Dang it! After a furious battle with Photobucket, I have lost the game: my account has been banned from it. (http://s116.photobucket.com/albums/o...hrong/?start=0) I have censored my nudity/said that it did not harm, but they had other opinions and said I just had to follow their laws. Oh well, I'll just create a new account then. I'm afraid though, that all the links of my Photobucket-pictures will soon screw up, too, now they have been deleted from the source. Hope that won't be happening, or I'll have to start all over again, and I have been doing these drawings now since November '06, and it's now December '07. There you go, a whole year of drawings gone.




    Both referenced. Hope it ain't to pornoish.
    Anyways, didn't reference the wings in drawing 1.

    I hope the gods can forgive me my sins against Photobucket..
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    heh, shame Photobucket is acting up. Well, the anatomy of those last women is looking better.
    And the technique with the pencil, measuring the distances with it.. I read that in a book also. However, I never wanted to try it myself.. I believe it is better to develop the sight, the eye for the proportions and distances.. even if it takes longer

    Insanity is the key!
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    Heh? You read it in a book? But I thought I made it up myself

    Heh, I indeed hope to get that 'magical sight' too, because I have bad eyes. I Can't even read a 'DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE' sign in two metres!

    Anyways, thanks!

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    Line quality, skulls, shading, all things I still need to work on. Anyways, I'm currently doing a lot of referenced work, as you can see. After this, I'll try to do referenced skulls, and parts of the body. It's sad that I don't have time for nicer sketches of film-noir drawings or ancient battle drawings, which I like to do, it's mostly anatomy. Need to fully control that, then I can focus on other things. I'm joining a national contest in the Netherlands for art, which will be partially on national TV. In January, February, March I will have to do a lot of pre-artwork for that. Sadly though, homework will then be eating me also. Lots of it.
    Also, I want to follow a course in drawing besides school, so I can really make my anatomy better. However, not sure if there's any good drawing courses in the neighbourhood that suit me.

    I've been spending last few days on the following sketch. It's still not finished, this is only update one.
    And by the way, Photobucket will most likely destroy all my drawings because it has lots of traces of nudity in it, that means this sketchbook will die too. I really, really hate this, after all the work I put into this. Has anyone got suggestions? Think I should join Imageshack or something, the place I always feared?

    Reference:
    http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o...AR-151-608.jpg

    My Sketch, first update (Note that the sketch is not meant to be realistic, but has to become more art-nouveau-ish)



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    Indeed, I'm the only member who got his avatar from google, and didn't draw it himself. Oh well.
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    Final update. Don't like the wings, and the right leg of the right woman is wrong.

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    Great improve in you're anatomy that the best I seen till now in you're sketchbook, yeah like you said the right leg is a little weird.
    Keep going in to that direction, you're doing great.

    Happy NewYear
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    @Grizzliman: Thanks a lot

    I have done some new stuff, but I don't like it. All is reffed..









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    Indeed, I'm the only member who got his avatar from google, and didn't draw it himself. Oh well.
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    1:Weird pose but the anatomy seems good to me except that foot is a little strange.
    2:Cool poses those are good
    3:Yeah like you marked those hands are a little bad, but those boobs to if you look at it in conclusion with you're next one..
    4:That one is awesome, the boobs, the face, really great!

    Cheers
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