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February 9th, 2007 #1
Comments welcome : )
I finally gathered some courage aahahah Thanks to my friend CallOps ok here it goes...
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I need more pratice with proportions
February 9th, 2007 #3
some doddles from my charchters
February 9th, 2007 #4
WoW, great start to a wonderfull sketchbook! I like your crosshatching. The portraits are great as well. Hurry up and update! I will be watching you.
Please view and critique my...
February 10th, 2007 #5
February 10th, 2007 #6
Recebi a minha intuos3 de presente esta semana ( de natal) tenho pouca coisa digital tenho que começar a treinar, é dificil adaptar me ao tamanho etc... ok
February 10th, 2007 #7
Thanks for the welcome guys : )
here it cames, digitally home made ahahahah
I used to aplly lots of dogde and burn but i should try to use other techniques
February 10th, 2007 #8
Ink plus photohop, i have to start doddling with my tablet T_T
February 10th, 2007 #9
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February 11th, 2007 #11
I have a big problem with proportions. In my model figure classes i tend to memorise the pose, get it correctly by seeing the relations between head, elbow, belly, legs, but if the model changes pose i cant relate the correct proportions. The same with muscles, i know the shape of a determined pose, but i dont understand (yet) : ) its behavior. I guess i should learn the canones?
February 11th, 2007 #12
One Thousand hands
Thats right, this was my last week drawing extra-homework to present next day, i got up to 360 hands, and let me tell you, i learn a lot, improved a lot, see the first scan illustrates the first 20 hands, drawn by memory, impancience and no reference whatsoever. Than i got the Burne Hogarth - "Drawing Dynamic Hands" tried to understand anatomy, and from scan 3, 4 ( about 200 hand drawing) till 360 ( the last one) i drew my hand only. Still there are many erros of proportion that i only realised a day or two after.
February 13th, 2007 #13
wow, insane crosshatching or as i prefer to call it ..thatching(cos of the straw on thachted roofs) your pencil work is realy great, you manage to cram in quite alot of colour and texture variation with just your pencil, all i can do is draw then shade lol(badly). but overall your work is realy rough and grity apart from those head studies which were pretty good by the way.you also like you said you use mainly dodge and burn tools you could use the smude tool then dodge over it can leave a smooth and clean mash of colour.
KEEP UP GOOD WORK
Any fool can know. The point is to understand.
February 13th, 2007 #14
I have to start with life drawing, simple shapes, prespective ...
February 13th, 2007 #15
That was from a window quick scketch 15min. My ink work is rather disciplined compared to pencil, T_T
February 13th, 2007 #16
February 14th, 2007 #17
Isso é complicado, começo a passar-me quando n fica como quero e furo a folha ahahah
: ) tenho feito as aulas que tão no forum, dao grande ajuda, n sei o que dizer ao pessoal dos outros scketchs, sao mil vezes melhores do que eu, T__T estou a estudar prespectiva...
February 14th, 2007 #18
each layer goes to a subject? example, face, skin: one layer with base light shadow? or that was supose to be more layers?
February 14th, 2007 #19
proportion sucks but it was fun to draw it
February 17th, 2007 #20
i really need to find some proportions exercises
February 17th, 2007 #21
i'm glad to see u working ^^ never give up and hard work its the key any success this rate u will be sucessfull hmm.. guess go outside and draw, draw from realy life intested of photo ( its no bad but life kickass ^^ ) keep it up
February 17th, 2007 #22
Hi, nice drawings!, i like those hands too, why not do portraits to help you with proportions?, and lighting, and why not to do some still life, or put some clothes on a chair and draw that with a nice strategically placed lightsource to get nice shadows and halftones, thats the way to get better i think. Keep posting!.
February 17th, 2007 #23
I like yor dedictaion on the hand studies mate way to go on that front, u will improve dramaticaly if u keep this up. Tons of Kudos!!
February 24th, 2007 #24
Life drawing exercises
THanks guys, i ll be drawing more from objects, life drawing like these skulls, head elements, and oil study of light and shadow
February 24th, 2007 #25
March 7th, 2007 #26
Well its been a while
this week working process
I still have problems to distinguish the tonal value ( diference between them)
March 7th, 2007 #27
April 10th, 2007 #28
After oil painting frustration back to....
... proportions and anatomy studies, and char concept
made some distortions to test proportions to the head, skull
April 11th, 2007 #29
April 11th, 2007 #30