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Very impressive work on display here. I'm especially interested in the quick observation sketches, as you capture movement really well.
The last uploads with the slightly more detailed pen sketches aren't as impressive as the first two posts, but they're practice at the end of the day. If you put your concentration into defining the shape and proportions of the people your observing, the rest should come together with time and patience.
Still the first piece is very well structured, and really well presented, it's a very aesthetically pleasing work. Though maybe a few more lines in the hair, and a darkening of tone would help.
My sketchbook, if you really want to see it...
"Picasso is a painter, so am I;... Picasso is Spanish, so am I; Picasso is a communist, neither am I." - Salvador Dali
I very much enjoy that chalk picture!
Hello. Looks like you're off to a good start with the sketchbook. Glad to see you doing so many studies from your morning pen sketches. Keep that up. Hope to see more.
Another artist who is seduced by movement! The quick gestures are deliciously Villpuu-ish and are showing some good, quick decision making. I do think that they could use even more economy in line, IMHO. So many extra squiggles can stiffen the pose and distort the anatomy a bit.
Keep doing exactly what you are doing, you are going to improve really fast. At the moment the fluidity of your gestures isnt translating into your drawings from life, try not to separate the two in your mind, they are based on the same principles. Also, Cowboy Beebop rules.
For Science- Sketchbook!