Sketchbook: Gannicus Dojo
Last edited by Gannicus; April 27th, 2012 at
here i did some marker sketches
some are a bit messy
awesome sketchbook over here aswell, some pretty cool studies
I'm looking forward to see more! ^^
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@OnkelJoe thanks man
Well welcome to CA man! Looks like you got some nice studies down. Loving the line work on the animals although the anatomy could use a bit of work. But yeah, keep posting more, I also enjoy that tripod robot.
@Demon Lizardman thanks man
definitely anatomy is a biest
donīt have much time to draw today so here is a small upade. A anatomy study and a vehicle sketch
Welcome to CA! I am a newbie too. Am very impressed with your anatomy sketches. I struggle to show people in motion. I also really like your marker shark. Do you tend to draw people or animals more?
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Trying to learn loomis head construction ^^ its not so easy as it looks hrhr
great stuff! I can see an improvement in your work each submission. I especially love the creature/animal sketches.
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Nice studies! Keep 'em going!
I might suggest specifically working on some calf studies. They seem to be the weakest point. The upper torso work, however, gets better every time!
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definitively people! for people in motion i can recommend you a awesome book called "Force: Dynamic Life Drawing for Animators"
@joshbailey thank you
@PeopleEveryday thanks! great advice!
Great studies! I need to do more figure stuff too.
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Hey Gannicus, welcome to CA. It's good to hear that you have plenty to learn, 'cause with that attitude you can learn plenty here. Trust me, I have learnt - and am learning - from CA all the time. These forums have always been great in that regard.
As for your works, they're coming along fine. You're doing your studies, and that can only be good. You're also putting in some character art here and there which shows that you're trying to apply your studies. I have no specific crits for you right now, since you seem to have a general idea of what you're doing. If you need specific crits on a piece, though, you can hit me up.
Again, welcome to CA. I hope you have a good time here.
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@Vritra thank you so much means alot
studies as usually
some upper leg studies
and than i try to apply what i learn^^
some poses and a wip char
Last edited by Gannicus; April 5th, 2012 at
looking good. i see already improvement! keep up the great studies
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Good work, dude.
I should draw some more legs, too.
I just recently had a nude drawing session and, damn...drawing legs feels so uncomfortable, but sadly it has to be done.
Keep it up.
Oh right, you might want to watch the width of the pelvis in comparison to the shoulders, especially in female anatomy the pelvis is usually wider.
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@shockowaffel thanks ! good point with the pelvis
a doodle from mind
The feet and the head on the last one look great, but you've got to watch out for proportions, my friend. The arms are looking tiny.
Overall, good to see you drawing so much. Just make sure you construct a piece solidly before jumping right into it.
Nice gestures. I really like how vivid they look - you have a good control over shapes and forms. Applaus and keep it up!
@Vritra and Klaustrophil thank you guys
update: sketches as usually and some 3d practice