Last edited by Jens; March 18th, 2012 at 06:01 AM.
Looks pretty good. I see the animals are from photos, how about the faces?
Personally, my sketching has improved tremendously after getting some life drawing experience, even just people in a class or something. It will help you to define spatial planes of value and really render the image with some added depth. Another way to do that is to rely less on outline, which makes an image fall to the same plane as the background.
Very nice sketches though, I love the expression on the last face
I like the plants and the chronic smoker Santa
not bad.. the life drawing of the girl is pretty nice actually.. people that do a lot of drawing out of their head usually fuck that part up.. but thats my fave drawing of yours.. you can fit more on the page too.. thats a pet peeve of mine, people with big empty spots in their sketchbook pages..
ok i like it
is the bird realated to the raven of edger allen poe
i am removed
i like the smoking santa..... and the shading on the plants for sum reason.
Ho Glorious and Valiant Future Opponent!
Nice - I'm in for a fight I see.... The life drawings are I think the strongest ones, but I am very opinionated about drawing from life - everyone should do it more! Including me...
I think you should try to fill up your pages more. I find it can only help you to loosen up, and forcing yourself to draw everywhere, and over old drawings, and find imaginative ways to use diminishing space, really lets you get warmed up. Don't try to make sketches precious; not to say they aren't, but this is supposed to be your place to go completely crazy, and make lots of mistakes; the more you do, the more you learn!
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