Last edited by jbertucci; August 24th, 2013 at 08:39 PM.
Hi, these are delightful sketches. I hope that you will be uploading more soon. It would be a pleasure to see your progress...
Those are some elegant sketches. I hope to get at your level one day. Their faces all look very gentle and serene.
These are great as are the things in your FA thread - LCAD is doing you good ! Are these from life ? refs ?
either way - good work ! kw
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Great style! I like this cross lines like a barbed wire. The first one and the second are really great. The last one... I think that it seem too much "wired" for me. The face is too wrinkled for this age maybe.
Congrats and keep posting
I like the shading of that first one a lot, not too many people seem to actually consider the form they are drawing.
well, here I was in full critique mode, and there's nothing to criticise... um.... maybe some more variety? different subjects .... um... yea
seriously, these are some of the best sketches i've seen in a long time! such lovely volumes, expression, and great variety in your technique
wow, great style you have. I love it!
i like ur style and great portraits keep posting ur nice artworks
and broo ur soooo luky to meet masters like mr Richard Schmid and David Leffel
You make me very happy Lovely lady... do you have any children drawings?
You have fantastic work!
Cool portraits you got there. I like the personality in your strokes. Do you also have any figure drawings or studies? Want to see more.
Cool style. Definitely lot's of personality you got there.
your pencil strokes are amazing... if these are your life drawings..
i wonder what your reference finalize drawing would be...
if you draw for 8 stright hours on one picture... what would happen ???
Your sketch are amazing. I really love it.
today must be better than yesterday
learn! learn! learn!
I like your style, much looser than mine
You could consider putting down some 'harsher' lines to make the drawings a little bit less 'airy', and applying some texture to the surface (creating more depth) (but those are just a suggestion, it's things i struggle with too).
Keep up the good work!
I really really reallly love your work!
Those sketches are so lively and dynamic... love it