son iş her açıdan inanilmaz fark vermis digerlerine, harika olmus
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I really like your designs, and the drawing in post #3. I agree with OMERTA, he has a lot of very good advise!
Here is a great website for free Loomis / Bridgman books, bookshttp://www.scribd.com/ Best of luck, and look forward to your next.
Your paintings are improving, the one from post #33 is awesome! Just watch out for your anatomy like for the figure in post #32. I think the design is cool, but the legs as too straight. They actually have a natural curve to them. Like others said check out the Loomis and Bridgman books, they are helpful.
thanks your comments my friends...
thanks your advice...
ı missed to sketch my computer is broken ı try to study traditional sketches.
Last edited by karantina; June 6th, 2010 at 02:21 PM.
you've got interesting skills that give quite good results.
but they are shattered, you should use more method and knwow more the basics.
construction of human figure for example (proportions and a bit of anatomy)
the reference is always andrew loomis (his books are free to download)
number 44 is my best
ı must study hard..
we all have to study hard My only suggestion for you would be to put some more effort on anatomy. It's a must for everything figure/creature related. You already have an artistic approach, why not take it to a next level
posts #32 and 33 are my favorites. Keep up the studies and good work.
ıvan so thanks your support..
ı bought two sketcbook and started to draw..ı hope ı can improve my line.
Last edited by karantina; June 28th, 2010 at 02:08 PM.
Nice sketchbook, great studies. One thing I kept noticing was the eyes, some of them appeared to be off balance a little. Either one higher than the other, different size/shape or too far/near to each other. One thing that might help is flipping the canvas to see the image from a different perspective.
Just something I noticed as the eyes are usually what draws the viewer in.
Keep up the solid work!
thanks your comment mike..