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yea everybody here im 26 from malaysia im currently a graphic designer but i would prefer to become an comic artist someday i jus recently pick up my pencil and tool to draw jump start my skill since art school and boy i m glad i still can draw a few faces haha ( is in my blood no doubt) , i heard this place is great for practice ,i need ton load of advise and guidance TQ
hope everyone have a good time more coming in.....
Last edited by bluecloud; January 16th, 2010 at 01:21 AM.
Very nice sketchbook so far, you're a very good artist. But might I suggest starting to study the human figure instead of drawing manga style characters? it would help you develop much more as an artist.
You're very good at drawing futuristic armor! How do you learn to draw armor like that?
Everything is better with dinosaurs.
well jus watching starship trooper that time .....and then AVATAR !!!
I agree with Icedearth, you should definitely study the human form before using the manga style. I've been given Andrew Loomis as an anatomy reference multiple times, so I'm forwarding that recommendation to you.
Best of luck
thank voleman ...
HEy nice start to your sketchbook man- I agree with what everyone else says- study human anatomy before progressin to the manga style- you might get trapped in doing odd proportions...
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NEW SKETCHBOOK -- http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...40#post3743640
OLD SKETCHBOOK: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...25#post2543225
alrite continue posting ....practice
here some a and
self study of hand...
Hey there, good start for you sketchbook!
I like your stuff, I would advice you to do anatomy studies.
It might be smart to buy a bridgeman or loomis book for that.
My last point would be that you should try to put more time in shading, Try to make it as realistic as possible, That should teach you a lot!
lurker @ illl try ..... i jus found a copy
sketch sketch ....is silent in here,
more practice here ....
1) reference from idol photo
2) Bridgmans hand study
helo again everyone ...sketching time
ok now something different here
draw like no tomorrow
Nice work. Keep learning more on anatomy. No doubt u will progress.
oh man my internet got down after some after a storm
here the sketch i done ...i learn some new stuff
here is thee stuff i draw a while ago ....been long that i havent post anything here
love the progression of this piece
1 more upload before i sleep
You were doing well getting away from the manga style there but you pulled yourself right back into it i see lol. Keep it up with the Bridgman and Loomis studies!
Nice linework as a rule, but you need some anatomy to go along with the animu.
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Icedearth15876 : yeah i jus cant help myself to draw back those stuff , oh i'm moving to micheal hampton
Falchion : thanks
studying anatomy recently
daily sketch here before i sleep
keep the finger going how everybody doing yo
Nice drawings mate! I think you've already been told but I'l just say it again, focus more on drawing real people. I used to draw manga-like stuff too a few years ago but to get better you need to study from life. Then you can put that knowledge into wathever style you want. Keep it up!
Ricardo Robles : Thank dude , my anatomy still suck
fantasyartist : Noted , i be drawing more realistic stuff then the anime style
i thank everyone for advice me , which i really need to draw real life reference.