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Pretty good. I'd suggest to try out opaque or semi-opaque brushes, to practice more condfident strokes and colors. And don't forget to do more imaginative stuff, applying gained knowledge from studies. Keep it up!
You're good! Keep working hard :d
"The remarkable thing about going through a disheartening session is that the student is very often on the threshold of marvelous discovery" - Jack Hamm
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Last edited by ChocolateCookie; December 24th, 2013 at 08:01 AM.
These are some pretty good poses! I'd recommend trying to clean up your lines.In the beggining in one of Loomis's books there was a term that i really liked and think it describes wonderfully the situation - petting the lines.That's something a lot of people struggle with , as i still do too.Anyway, great job, keep working on the basics and shit'll start happening
Woow this is way tooooo good! I'm sixteen too..but I'm very far from this..keep it up!
hey i like the latest practice pieces, gestures are a big part of starting any figure drawing so its important you have them down, they look dynamic and assymetric wich is good, some could be pushed further but this start its just fantastic, when you feel a bit more confident around gesture try to add anatomy to them wich is one of the big things your fiigures are lacking, if i had to say it would be proportion and anatomy, your line its very good already, good line weight and it seems you construct your drawings most of the time, go over to www.figuredrawing.info and look at the image gallery copy some diagrams and learn from them hampon vilppu and peter han will be my all time favourtie figure and line instructors, keep on going! i would like to see some fun stuff as well, cant forget the fun can we?
Very nice work here, I agree that you should work on your line quality with the gestures, but you're definitely on the right track! keep up the hard work
art is never finished, only abandoned~Leonardo da Vinci
I found my very first attempts in digital art!
and some quick sketches i did yesterday >
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Last edited by ChocolateCookie; December 24th, 2013 at 08:02 AM.
Good work mate ! your last paintings look great !
Thank you a lot!