Hehe awesome pixel art. Especially the rhino.
As for the other drawings your pencil works needs to be tempered a bit more. Also some anatomy studies would be great to you can take better grasp of anatomy. And mind the proportions.
But nevertheless very nice sketchbook.
Keep updating! :)
@Blaz - thanks mate, I'm glad you like it :)
I was very very lazy yesterday,cause yesterday was really lazy day,here is some rough study sketches
Happy New Year to you:)
Nice set of studies you did! Now do a hundred more pages!
I also like the golem. You're trying out new things and being brave about it. Good work! You should deepen the contrast however. Desaturate it to see what I mean. Right now it's being lit both from above and below by lightsources with the same intensity. Make one light brighter and subdue the other one. I think this'll help.
Keep going and having fun with it!:) You're making progress!:)
@Windmaker - thanks mate i appreciate that and it really means much for me.I'm glad you like my works.Thanks again.cu!
Another sketches, I think to continue very hard with them.
I've started to study from Sheldon Borenstein's book called "See it,feel it,trace it,draw it" and here is first result.
Wow! I'm impressed!:)
Nice studies! Don't stop doing them!
You're also starting to loosen up your line. Good work!
Just don't stop drawing:)
Have a nice evening now.
crazy improvement! keep it up. maybe some hand studies?
Hey atlantik, thanks for stopping by my SB. You got good progress too! Nice job!
I have not much to say about those sketches but study and practice as much as one can, that's how people get improved, don't they:P. The other is your painting, I think if there are more depth in the background, you character will be more lively, they are great, love the giant with volcano one.
@Windmaker - thanks mate, I'm glad you like em :) I hope to see soon something new from you
@artmakessense - Thank you, hands?!?!!? :P yeah they coming soon too
@UnSharpened - welcome mate, thank you too for these good words, I'm glad you like my golem :)
ok, today two pages not more :( I haven't enough free time at least
1) there have nothing to comment on it
2)mhmm well...this portrait was really really hard try, it's not in that way like the photograph whо I used for a ref. but I like it in that way too,these other things are from the same book which I learn now.I hope you like it
It's great to see you doing studies! Keep it up!:)
The head of the standing woman in the top page is a bit small . Also, try to soften the contour around your drawings. It's not as rigid as it was before, but still, try to avoid doing uniform outlines around the drawings. It flattens them out.
Also the lady next to the portrait on the bottom page came out pretty good. Well done!
Keep on having fun and drawing:)
Hello, thanks for taking time to check out my sketchbook. :) The handmade sketchbook I made with Arches fine drawing paper. I took a book binding class during art school as an elective, so I learned how to make many types of books. You could probably look up how to bind your own sketchbook online... once you learn how to do it, it's quite easy. :)
You're improving in your drawing skills. Keep drawing from life and pay attention to proportions. You might also want to set up a still life at home to practice value and color. You will learn it if you practice!
Keep it up! :)
I love your pixel art:)))))))A+
I've disappear for a while, but I'm back :P
@Windmaker - thanks mate I appreciate any advice from you.Cheers!!! (One day you will be proud with me :D )
@BohemianChaos -thanks for stopping by and for bind sharing ;) Yeah the proportions are still off for me but I work on!
@Nadiamoon - thanks for stopping,I'm glad to see you around and for that you like my pixels ( I think to make more of them soon)
......played with aquarells and soft pastels ;)
This is an exercise an old teacher gave me and later Ive heard of it from a lot of different people. One famus MARKO shows it on his massive black DVD.
(This aply when working with pencils on paper, if you draw digitaly youll never have any trouble of this sort. Meaning, you can always fix it without erasing) And yes, I know its strange I did this example digital...:bashful:
1. Put a blank paper infront of you
2. Draw a square
3. Try to fit the character/object you draw into the square, It
desnt matter if itgets a bit out of the square but as long as you
dont run out of paper.
4. Shows how you sometimes end up when you dont think of your layout and sizing of drawing.
Try drawing a lot of squares on a paper and fit figure drawings into them. Its hard in the begining. :) Hope this is helpful.
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soon buddy soon :) I have some scribles for now maybe I'll put them amm why not, here they are:
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trying markers - FC artist pen gray tones
some crapy sketches
Hello:) Nice update! I really like the marker stuff.
And the pencils are getting better. But, one thing if I may - stop outlining everything. It flattens out the form. Your looser sketches, the ones you probably hadn't gotten around to finishing look much better than the finished ones, in my opinion. They've got lineweight variation, the finished ones lack.
Other than that - good work! Keep drawing and doing studies!:) And have fun with it:)
@Windmaker - thanks buddy, glad you like my marker try and I promise to make a try to stop outlining my sketches ;P thank you for anything I appreciate!
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here is my today work,nothing special just practice,it's been little hard work but funny to do ;) and iI have to say this exercise with the 30sec. poses was really really hard for me.
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So many studies! Now that's what I call motivating. You'll progress fast as hell dude.
Damn, now I feel lazy :D
Keep it up!
Lovely studies, and I'm loving the Panda pixel art, so cute!
Keep updating! Wanna see some more. ^__^
Hey! I like your name and logo! Part of a good cartoon, love!
Great studies! Those thirty seconds poses a really awesome! That's the line quality you should aim for. You just need a bit more practice in order to become more accurate when drawing. But you're definitely on the right track!
Keep it up! And keep having fun with it:)
Nice sketchbook , is great that you started making studies ... it will help you very much keep it up , and you will have some stars in no-time
Well pretty much what everyone else has been saying, keep up the studies, there is potential here :) keep it up dear fellow art-creature :D
Thank you for all your comments. you're great:)
That colored eye looks good but when coloring try not to shade with black. use a wery dark red and for the white in the eye dont use a clear white hue. color it with a bit of the skincolor but still white enough to fool the eye. theres a lot of coloring guidelines its hard to keep track of em all. cheers bro!
Oh one more thing. When I look closer on the small guy in rabit-suit. it looks like you used the fil funktion in the lineart. There is some white left at some edges. You can try and put the lineart in its own layer set to multiply (The lineart layer need to be the top layer) You can paint in a nother layer beneath it. :)
A nother way to do it in Photoshop is to make a copy of the blue channel and inverting it by pressing Ctrl+I Then you erase everything on screen and open a new layer. then scroll the selection bar till you find Load selection and there you can find the lineart its called "blue copy" probably. THen just use the fill bucket and black and there you go lineart without white background. you can now paint in the layer beneath the lineart. Hope thius is helpful. :)