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Hello and welcome to my sketchbook thread. I've been browsing these forums for some time now, seeing all the amazing art. I finally plucked up the courage to post some of my own stuff. I've never had any real teaching with regards to art, and most of my (limited) experience comes from tutorials and looking at other people's drawings.
Oh and Constructive criticism is appreciated
Last edited by Templar101; December 3rd, 2010 at 04:40 PM.
well it's a good start you have here I suggest that you look around and find some books for artist. Many recomends Loomis and so do I. Next start playing with some basic forms and shapes and, draw, draw, draw anything you see draw like a madman and be patient. Developing your skill is a goddamn looong way. good luk
Another picture. This one I did about a year back, in the style of a French artist called Didier Graffet
I bought an A5 sketchbook, so expect to see lots of designs and sketches soon
Last edited by Templar101; December 6th, 2010 at 01:16 PM.
Oh and by the way guys, i'm only 14 so go easy!!
40 min study of the human body's muscles.
Another sketch, my cousin's horse. That's Christmas sorted then.
I'll try and do some people studies with as few lines as possible
Wireframes, a torso and a face with the skull imposed.
Oh man, you're only 14? You're way farther down the rabbit hole than I was even just a year ago! I salute you, my friend. Look around for any ways to study figure and wrestle that monster until it stops moving, get that notch in your belt!
I agree with Solsticesun
Grab some Loomis or Bridgeman books and practice like mad
I like your work!
Want to chat on msn? firstname.lastname@example.org
Maybe we can do a collab on opencanvas
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Viking shadow-walker; inspired from a book I am reading
I'm annoyed at having not updated this in ages... But life caught up with me and I didn't really have time to do stuff. Anyway onto this
Bored+ Hyped about Skyrim =
(probably took about an hour and half)
Im loving the sketches! I'd just work on anatomy and proportions. Btw, im also hyped for Skyrim
Back on here after over a year.. looking to get more into (and better) at painting/ drawing over the summer. Here's some of the stuff I've done more recently:
Scan of an acrylic painted car composition that was originally on A3. Roughly 7 hours work
Scan of an acrylic fantasy 'concept' originally also on A3. Roughly 6 hours work.
Some digital stuff:
Winter is coming....
M4, drawn from life not a photo
Now im getting into drawing as a pastime, expect to see a helluva lot more in here! I downloaded all the Loomis books I could find, heres some stuff ive done over the past few days: (apologies for the pics my scanner's broken atm)
Loomis head sketches- 10 mins:
Observation from real life glue pot- 30 mins:
Yellowhammer painting- 2hrs
Been a while since i posted on here, now I'm back into the school year I really have some drive to do more structured works, rather than the sketches ive done over the summer. These are from a school project titled 'the shed'
Ah well that didnt work, ill upload the rest here