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Hello Everybody and welcome in my Sktechbook!!
I always love to draw and since this summer im taking it seriously. i have collected some learning materials and im trying to improve. I have improved a little bit, for example at beginning of summer holiday i wasnt able to draw a head haha, but still my drawings arent what i want to be.
Im going to be able draw real looking object and figures and one day ill maybe become a good artist. But learing takes time so step by step
keep fingers crossed for me
For now i havent tablet, but im giving aside some money so maybe at spring ill be able to buy one
Here are my sketches from summer until now. i have done many sketches into school notebooks or on papers but those vannished somewhere in oblivion
i took theese by my cheap digital camera and resized then in photoshop i hope its enough..
hellou im back with some new updates:
2. Orb - inspiration from Q3 - did it in school
3. Scaling - art lessons HW
4. My wallet - study
5. My first creature design
beside theese i have done alots of figure training sketches, training proportions and real postures, but i have to train more. ill update soon. Ill appreciate any suggestions and crtique.
back again with new banch of pictures. from last time i have realised importance of being cool and relaxed while draw. i realised this at the on of this serie. Its really important to stay calm and with mind shuted down. only relaxation and concentration is important.
Anyway im buying new intous4. im really looking forward to try it. :-)
your names Tomas!!! mines Toomas!!! well anyway ....keep it up!
It looks like your latest update is a lot more confident than the first few images. I like that, it's interesting to see progress based on studies and motivation. I noticed some Loomis, that's good, I would recommend that you incorporate some perspective studies as well. It's important to learn early, in my opinion concurrent with anatomy. It takes a while to figure this out, but please realize that everything is made up of 3D shapes. Once you realize this fact, and have the perspective practice to implement it, everything else will improve dramatically. Good work man.