Sketchbook: My sketchbook - Page 2
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I'll try to redraw those feet someday, haha
I recommend force dynamics lifedrawing for animators. It will really help you in terms of everything. It's super important.
Here's a quick help: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmiwGm32dXU
Keep up the hard work! You'll be great as long as you make sure you don't have an ass left!
bobmeatbag: Thanks! Will look into that, i really like your work!
Update again! The first two pics are from imagination, the rest from reference.
Nice studies, even when your drawings aren't totally accurate you're doing a great job communicating the weight and movement of your subjects. The hands and feet you do seem alive too! Keep at it, you're making good progress.
I absolutely admire your courage for just heading right into it and draw!
And I personally think you have improved a lot!
Keep it up, your latest studies are looking good
Suncut: Thank you!
Hoping for more progress, haha
Edit: OMG its you! I love your work!
Trixtar: Thank you! ^^ Everything new and strange takes courage i guess, only way to learn
Here are some updates. I'm trying to post both the good and the bad.
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Thought it was time for an update!
The last picture is taken with the cam (so from that the crappy quality)
Maaaan your traditional art skills are amazing, do more digital art and try doing environments
Stpete: Thank you!
I wish I could do some digital but my Wacom is broken right now but environments is an awesome idea!!
Having summer vacation right now, therefore the bad picture qualitiy (I have no scanner).
Great book man. I can see the progression from October to now. More Value studies in your drawings!
Wow, you have shown good progress from the start, even though your shading is quite good throughout, your confidence in figure drawing seems to improve a lot. Nice lines aswell! You obviously don't have a shortage of talent and hard work so keep going at it! Did you fix your wacom yet?
Wow that's some fast improvement thus far. Post #39 looks darn good
Those skull studies look real nice, keep up the good work.
Showing nice improvements in figure studies.
Keep on good work!
Very nice book. Keep putting in those studies!
Pete Hidalgo: Thanks! Yeah I noticed value drawing really teaches you stuff, I'm gonna check that tutorial out later
Hamorhage: Wow thank you! Nope, my pen is missing XP
Mr. P Show: Wow thank you!
Ambiguity: Thank you!
latus: Thanks! ^^
Pete Hidalgo: Thank you, I will try XD
Time for an update i thought... Trying to really get a copy of the thing I'm drawing, but I'm having problem with proportions. Any help is appreciated
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Time for an update!
The last two pictures is from imagination, horrible as usual
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I think you've improved massively since the start of your sketchbook! It's always inspirational to watch an artist grow~
I really like the latest drawings you've been doing. Some great expressions going on there. The value studies you did of the skull are pretty nice too! Keep doing those studies It's obviously doing you a lot of good.
And thanks for stopping by my sketchbook~
You've had an amazing amount of improvement, just in two pages! it's very inspirational... you're obviously doing something right :') Just keep going, don't lose momentum! Looking forward to seeing where you're at in the next two pages...
The skulls and people are looking really good.
woooo, great improvement here
i like your shading, hehe. i was going to say something good but i forgot... ah well keep going dude!!!
cherlye: Thank you!!
Jessibelle: I'll try ma'am! Thank you! =)
Pete Hidalgo: Thank you very much! =) I bought the skull not so long ago
Soapy: thanks ^^
Time for an update!
I've tried to think about the form in this one. May the force be with you!
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First two pictures are from photographs =)
The last one is from imagination where I used Loomis method.
Last edited by Dahlium; August 3rd, 2012 at
Here'a an update!
I'm looking for a art education, but I have a hard time finding one I really want to attend... Does anybody have any tips?