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    Vaéi's Sketchbook - 27 May, Domestic/Industrial Space Ink Drawings

    Admiring y'all from the sidelines won't make me better; walking a step a day I might just get somewhere. I appreciate suggestions and criticisms - don't hold back

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    (1) Hand, from life, pencil.
    (2) Colored - Painter, acrylic variants. I'm not very happy with my use of color, but I don't know what to experiment with.
    (3) Totem, from life, pencil.
    (4) Teddy, PainterX sketch from life, 2B pencil and simple digital watercolor variants.
    (5) Construction Site, life, Pencil tightened with ink.
    (6) Eyes, from photo, pencil.
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    (7) Purgatorio: Sigil Hive Ward. A digital piece (Photoshop). A larger image and the painting process is linked here: http://www.roguedao.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1046

    (7-details) Cat
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    (8) Limboship interior. PainterX, from imagination. A quick sketch to clarify some ideas for myself, ~20 minutes.
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    (9) Head Study. Digital sketch from photo. Photoshop CS, soft brush on low opacity, 30-45 minutes. The proportions are slightly off when checked with a post-drawing overlay. The first time someone's watching me freehand.
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    (10) Female Head study. Digital sketch from photo, 1.5 hr. I need alot of practice with heads.
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    (11) Young man head study. Digital sketch from photo, PainterX. I have more problems drawing heads digitally (sensing proportions) than traditionally. Maybe this has to do with the little stroke I'm doing on my little tablet.
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    (12) [i]Lamp{/i}. Painter X, 15 minutes - from life. I quite like this simple pastel variant, and I'll probably pick a less saturated color set for some portrait studies. This was a technical exercise to paint from 4 values (including paper color) without blending. I'm abit surprised at how eliminating the use of an outline lead to a more realistic quality.
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    (13) Hand - Pastel variant as above. 45 minutes.
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    Ink Hand Sketches

    (14-16) Hand Sketches. Ink, my hand, ~15-30 minutes each. The first time I've done sketches in ink. They appear hideous when I put them away, but don't look so bad when I look at them again.
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    (17) Tablecloth - Sketchbook Pro / Photoshop. 30 minutes. I've never learnt how to show textiles without time-consuming pixel-by-pixel rendering... if you know how, please let me know!
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    (/18/) Fire Extinguisher - from life, 45 minutes, sketchbook / Painter.
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    Great stuff here Vaei! Keep up with those hand studies as the hand is one of the most suggestive features of the body. Also look into doing some copying from the Masters to get a feel for real value and colour. Another good thing is learning your anatomy, life drawing and books can help greatly with this. One more thing, do you work off the computer too? If so lets see some of those!
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