Hi enthombed, nice stuff, like the Hulk sketch, good studies, keep it coming!
Hi enthombed, nice stuff, like the Hulk sketch, good studies, keep it coming!
Wow a lot of new people and old friends here.
Warforce17: Thnks man, i wil try do more animal drawings, when i don´t know but i will try, thnks for stop by.
Diego: Hola hermano gracias, i will try your advice now and some good one from the other guys, i will try everiting to gorw a little, gracias.
Maxetomer: yeap Luis i see the PM, thnks for your valuable advice, i will try again when i fell better to do this, this is hard, and think need do more sketches ans more pencils, but thankyou again!
zulu: thnks for you visit here bro, you visit two times ehehehe i thikn have a new friend now, gracias por camibar, you like the hulk sketch? thnks but i think have some mistake with the anatomy of him, i wil adjust this soon and try again with my actual knowlegment.
well people some hand studies i think learn a little abou this, i will try one week for one stuff, this week is hands, the next is feet, and when i wil try something just to dont stress me just with one thing, but the focus is the studies of the week, thnks for all people who visit here.
Some hands and some sketchs (sorry my anatomy mistakes again, but i´m trying to fix this)
good hand sketches, u need to make better de borders of the faces, but the inside is not bad, keep it up with the sketches, saludos!!!
Great job on those hand studies, enthombed! Keep drawing!
hey icaro, how are you, i see you keep on drawing. That's great.
About the hands, not an expert but draw your own from life, as much as you can, seriously, lots, i'm doing it right now, feels like improving and also use a mirror for alternative gestures.
Not much to say dude, just keep at it greatly.
hey, nice to see that you are dealing with anatomical books.
I it seems to push you further and further! Nice improvment since the beginning of your sketchbook. keep it up!!
chr!z: Thnks for your comments dude. cheers.
Diego: Hey Diego, i m trying this hands wusing my hand like reference, thnks for your advice.
Quinn Simoes: thanks man, keep visiting.
Some new drawings.
Nice updates enthombed, keep pushing that anatomy!
hi people, i did some proportion studies here, and try to fix this in my memory.
hope you like...
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heyy icaro, good to see you're keepin' it up with the studies, they'll pay off sooner or later.
I see some major imprevoment with the figure in terms of a whole, but there are some proportion issues you should check, the length of the arms in the girls sketches are very long.
Anyways, keep up the hard work.
wow nice jobs your sketchs are cool
Hi people, i´m back and sorry for this long time posting nothing, my apologizes, try to make this growing a little every day, i have time now to draw and make my own studies, finally i finally graduated and next year i hope grow more because i´m going to study in other city, and i find some Life Drawing Classes and art schools.
Weel let me see if i will get some commentes or critiques here.
Some heads and body studies, next time i will try some poses, hummm... someone have link to reference studies.
Yo! Long time since I've stopped by!
Good to see you churning out so many studies! The proportions are a bit off at times, but that'll correct itself as you go on Try to analyze your pieces and see where your problem areas are, and attack 'em in the next sketch
The last one looks good! You could use a bigger valuerange, I think, but your definately heading in the right direction!
Thanks for visiting my SB!
Must've read dCept's post before or something, because I was gonna say exactly what he said in that first line, about proportions.
About the last painting: apart from the outlines that last painting is pretty much all soft edges, and that makes it look a bit fussy, that and the fact the shadow side is pure black, it needs more reflected lighting. And it would be better to have a background that isn't pure white.
It's looking good dude, keep drawing!
I came here after you lefta comment on my SB, It´s always nice to see people doing EXACTLY the same I used to do...working hard on anatomy, drawing faces, copying from reference...that´s the way pal, that´s how it goes, and if you keep on the way, with no pause, time will show you how quick we can improve.
keep on, man!
dCepT: hey my friend, how are you man? now when i do some drawings or studies i make some notes in the back of page to fix in the next ones, thnks for warning about my proportions this is other important thing to see.
PieMonster: yeah, i´m listen more and trying to pay attention in this problem of my work, that painting i tried, a long time i don´t use myy tablet, i do one test to see if this work yet, i´m trying to fix my anatomy and shading to try after this painting something or start to painting, thnks for stoping by.
DanielC: Shademaster in tha house, yes... i will pay attention in this one, promise, thanks for your words and knowledge, keep the visit, cheers.
QETALIVAN: Yeap brotha i´m trying to fix my anatomy first, trying hard honestly, keep in touch ok? Cheers.
OKKKK now it´s time to see if i start to do something right or close , sorry i have lost the password of this profile and start a new one but i recorvered my old profile again, enjoy.
Critiques and Comments are really apreciated.
Great stuff dude, keep your nose in those anatomy books. love the eye studies by the way. keep em' coming!
Reject-D: hey dude, thnks for visit here and comment, i really apreciate this, í am studing man, need more time to sit and draw, but i´m trying.
Ewing: hey man, thnks, i´m studing and trying a lot, keep visiting here, cheers!
Well more two draws people, keep comment here please.
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Great studies mate, you're definantly choosing the right path here, keep with it!.
As for your question regarding rendering and pencils and all that, I typically use a .5 mech pencil, but I really enjoy a .3, but I am too lazy to go out and buy them . It's really good to have both so you can see what you like best. The advantage of using a mechanical pencil is so that your pencil tip is constantly sharp, as opposed to a normal pencil, which becomes blunt.
As for technique, I try to do 1 form at a time, going from dark to light. If you are hatching, be sure not to scribble up and down, Instead, after each stroke pick up the pencil. Work on this more and more and you will get better at it.
1 more thing, Remember lighting all the time! Hope this helps man, cheers!
Goog: Hey dude thnks for visit my sketchbook andtrade some techniques with me , hummm need to try something with mechanical pencil man, just try , keep this visit and push me to do my best or something like that ehehehe.
Hi people, sorry if this is not interesting, tried one portrait (maybe do one per day), some hands trying to fix some mistakes with i do today, more to come tomorrow, maybe something colored.
Thanks for everyone who visit here, i really apreciate this.
Hey, on portraits, map out the proportions, dont even start putting in the individual features in until you've got everything in the perfect place. Try to make a day of your portraits. Make sure you spend as long as you can on the mapping out portion, hours if need be, to get everything right. This is the most important stage!
Good studies! As for pencil technique, I use both a mech pencil and regular pencils.. Usually I have a 2H regular for roughing shit out and such.. easy to erase,and I can put in a light valuepass as well. After that I go all chaotic with a HB regular, 2B regular and an HB .7 mech Sprinkle a little mechanical eraser and kneadable rubber on there for graphite removal.. hehe.. But hell.. everyone develops their own way of doing things.. get a few different kinds of pencils and see what feels best