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More refinement on the forest scene:
Just a random sketch
Another quick one - I started playing video games again and that's been eating into my drawing time. I may need to stop.
I've been on a 'sword and planet' genre kick for the past couple days - Here's a sketch along those lines:
Another portrait. While the portrayal is recognizable it is not a very good likeness...
A couple thumbnails for a sequential page
Just some mountains I was playing with
Another portrait of a friend.
This marks the end of the first full calendar year in which I did at least 1 sketch every day. I'm pretty happy about that.
a page of random sketches
more thumbnails - I'm trying to figure out a background for my laptop.
trying out a character design.
Some portraits from online reference
Great enthusiasm with lack of basics. Try doing some more studies - and I don't mean picking file from the internet and trying to copy them. Make some copies of Loomis instead! Understand structure and anatomy! You'll be surprised how much you can improve in a short amount of time.
"Try again, fail again,fail better!"Samuel BeckettSketchbook
I've heard that copying the illustrations in instructional books like that is a good way to learn... anything in particular that I should pay attention to?
Here's a copy of the proportion guidelines from Figure Drawing for all it's Worth:
More Loomis copies:
More Loomis copies.
I suck at drawing the sphere...
more Loomis copies
I'll be out of town this weekend so I'll be updating for sat and sun sunday night.
Constructing a sphere so I can use the loomis head construction method better...
I'll scan yesterdays tomorrow.
This weekend was really full so these are very basic.
More Loomis copies:
More Loomis studies
Here's the sketch from the 9th:
Really didn't have any time on the 9th... so a tiny Loomis style head sketch.
And some sketches of my brother (and another Loomis style head from imagination):
A couple self portraits and a sketch of one of the passengers waiting at the airport:
Just a page of random sketches
A couple value studies of relatives
More random sketches and a thumbnail with a background idea
Some more Loomis stuff (with some random sketchy stuff too)