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some of the pages of my new sketchbook i bought today, some examples of what I try to do, hope you like it
Last edited by Ricardo Hernández; November 8th, 2006 at 12:01 PM.
and another sketchs, basically pencils, watercolor pencils and crayons
Last edited by Ricardo Hernández; November 8th, 2006 at 03:23 PM.
the first it´s made of pastels, and the other with watercolor pencils, critics and comments welcome
Nice start! I like your girls but maybe you should try to do some basic shapes and get some good knowledge in lights and forms. However thats just my opinion.
thanks for your comments, I have to do more practising.
Good start to your sketchbook. Looks like you have a good begining to your life drawing but my suggestion would be for you to focus more on the overall form and proportion, not just symbols of what you think the form should look like. Use life drawing sessions to study more. Keep posting and Working on it, I would like to see more of your stuff posted!
Thanks, im practising more, and some linear exercises of one of my book... here´s the result.
Last edited by Ricardo Hernández; November 13th, 2006 at 03:58 PM.
finished... some crap, but i think i will do more of this kinf from now.
just a new one i begin just fo the fun of it... i hoping that tonight will be finished, it´s based in part by a pic, and I want to do somenthing like a naughty faery. comments and crits, welcome.
Your getting along with your positions. Keep working at it. Anatomy and proportions are pretty tough to get down. And keep having fun with it. The eyes on your fairy came out well. That hand looks a little rough though. I would look at these sketches and work on the parts of anatomy that gives you the most trouble. Keep at it.
this week oficially here began the preparatives of xmas... so just one to add... done by pastels, about one hour