Your latest sketches are by far the best. My only advice is keep on practicing from life - still life and portraiture to keep improving on your observation skills etc. Things are going in the right direction so all you need to do is keep pushing yourself =)
I agree with Crahzz. Really keep on working on you studies, both from magazines, books and life. Otherwise, everything's looking nice. Just keep practicing.
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Wow, you have not only some creative and intelligent concepts, but an original style as well. Your talent really shines through, I hope to be able to draw like you one day. Do you use reference? or mostly ideas from imagination? Again, props,...definitely subscribing and looking forward to more of your work.
brahim which materials did use
be careful you dont work too much with just outlines and "flat" shading, be sure to mix things up a bit. I like that you chose to work with some more extreme poses but I'd still advice to do some more traditional observation drawings, of figures that is, just to get into the rhythm.
16? Really? Is that all you got? When I was 16 I was... I was.. mh, let's just forget about that...
Joking aside, excellent sketchbook dude, specially for a 16 year old, if you keep this up, you'll be great in no time, just try to keep studying, and accepting all knowledge that you can get from this place.. it's crazy the amount of talented peeps that roam around these forums...
Can't wait to see more from you
Keep it up!
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try as much as you can to draw life drawings in your sketch's . you are doing well .
I love the detail on your work, you have a very unique style. Your faces are gettin good. Keep workin on the anatomy!!! Im workin on the same now as well.
hh nice work
Last edited by CRYPT; September 3rd, 2010 at 12:10 AM.
Amazing update. The chest with the side of the arm showing really portrays the form of the muscles. Looks proportionally correct, to me. Where did you reference this from Brahimpag?
The second drawing is good also, however I don't think the outline with black fits, it seems too bold for a drawing with such value and distracts from the 'essence' of what you were trying to convey (which I assume are the muscles of the back and shoulders). Seems too 'outliney' , you know what I mean?
You have a very good hand for shading and creating form. What do you use for these? Coloured pencil? Brown/red graphite? You are by far going places with your drawing, my friend!
Well, as far as your opinion concerned , i think i've done all ma best to re-draw the image as it's shown in the book ...i might not get the goal i wanted to reach ,but anyway it's not been along learning this kind of drawing .
I replied as much as i understood your reply
it's kind of a coloured penciles , a brown one
thank u my friend
you're amazing !! keep up drawing !!