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Thread: --Sketchy Sketchy-ness!
April 14th, 2007 #1
Alright, well im taking this "sketchbook" thing very literally. Right now I'm scanning all my "sketches". x3
---As for school...I'm planning to apply at *cough*calarts&ringling*cough* and LCAD. X3 Hopefully, I get accepted by somebody. ;o; I really wanna start on my way to my goal of becoming an animator.
---If you guys wouldn't mind, could you point out at which pictures I should use in my Portfolio? Some of the pictures above are in repair/redrawing mode, but if ya got any pointers, I'm all ears.
Fav Drawing so far:
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I just realized that the first last uploaded picture becomes the sketchbook cover for this thread. x3 I should have uploaded something really good. heh.
Uh... some other stuff... And just to let whoever is going thru this right now... I am really trying to stay away from anime style. But its like..after you've drawn a certain way for most of your life, it hard to let go of that habit. >_< You'll surely see more NON-anime things, even if it still looks it not. Im working at it.
April 28th, 2007 #3
Ok, real practice now!
Trying to get back into the whole "practicing" thing. And since i have no real models, I just used pictures of myself, and some random others.
One with of my new haircut. Some where i'm wearing my costume. And then Random photos of myself.
Oh yea, I forgot to mention(?). I normally wear cat ears all the time. And I just noticed while looking at my photos, i got this tired look. haha
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April 29th, 2007 #4Illustrations & graphic novels
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April 29th, 2007 #5
October 3rd, 2007 #6
it's a WIP for Life Drawing Class. Tomorrow I finish it up. But I thought I'd get a headstart on reviving this sketchbook. : )
October 5th, 2007 #7
finished version of my life drawing picture. : )
November 5th, 2007 #8
more life drawing! This time from Corny's workshop. Yes, no? (any improvement?)
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The figure on the right (in the last image before your life drawing) stands out more than anything else on the page. I think the proportions seem to be the most accurate in that one.
:3 I love amount of volume your figure has for the life drawing. Charcoal does wonders, doesn't it?
November 5th, 2007 #10
haha, the one that is mostly sanguine colored? That one?
and yes it does! I love charcoal for its coolness. And cuz i only had either charcoal or conte with me. lol.
November 5th, 2007 #11
i like the last pics of your first posting the most. youre showing some ideas there. life drawing is a thing that every artist should do pretty much, i think. it sure helps a lot, but you could bring an amount of creativity in there too. arrange your figures, so that they make an exiting composition, for example.
you also could add some fantastic forms and figures into your conventional studies.
November 5th, 2007 #12
yea, thanks for reminding me about that. Exciting compositions! Rawr!
Fantastic forms? like non realistic things?
November 5th, 2007 #13
good question... hähä
havent thought about that much, before i wrote it...
i mean very crazy stuff. when you let your thoughts move without direction, or force yourself thinking in strange ways (maybe very dark ways) like in these first sketches of yours.
you could take the body of a life-drawn women and give it the head of an insect, or any kind of thing.
hmm, i starting to get a few ideas for myself here, thats fun ^^
successful learning through discussion. nice