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stuff moved to second post because of dumb thread icon stuff
or apparently not because i cant remove attachments?
Last edited by OJseve; August 28th, 2013 at 04:57 PM.
Hey there, welcome to CA!
Pretty nice blending in the first pic.
I donīt feel in the position to give advice, beeing new to Digital drawing too, but I canīt point you to a thread that helped me alot:
As far as your painting of the creature is concerned, try to not blend your values so much or switch to a hard edged brush. I have the same issue! Do more of those structural breakdowns, it will really help you when you are drawing from your imagination.
Yeah, I realized the problem when I noticed I can't mix hard brushes in that image at all. Thanks for the tip!
Started two studies today, one from a movie screenshot and one from a face.
Also, Worked on my construction with some doodles.
I'm done with this study.
I started up doing this all wrong, which led to great frustration later on. I wrote down some notes for myself about this one:
Sorry about the low content, I don't have a scanner handy where I live atm. I can scan pictures during the weekends.
Have a Pudge.
Here's a bunch of drawings!
Sometimes I feel like I'm moving too slow in terms of my progress. I guess there's just nothing to it but to keep drawing and practice.
Also I wish Finland had some decent schools to learn concept art from, but alas.
Hey, welcome to CA! I like that you're drawing things from life, I think you should keep doing that. The hand drawings and the nail clippers look good, and those last referenced heads are a good improvement! Keep drawing and posting, I'll be watching!
Started another study, and from advice I've received, I'll pay EXTRA attention to proportions and angles.
A quick drawing. Trying to work with shapes and values.
Good job, keep going! Also, still lifes, still lifes, still lifes, woo! And pencil and paper
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Last edited by nouge; November 8th, 2012 at 06:06 PM.
You got it, I've got about 17 hands (out of 100) coming up
Here's some hands! A bit more than 17. Also some random doodling.
Good stuff. Nice to see different approaches to hands.
hey m8 nice start keep studying from photos and life.Love to see more cheers
Progress on my study. Important steps here are to measure in the face and adjust values I think.
No, important steps are to stop drawing digital and pick up pencil and paper. "I'm still not very experienced with computer drawing, but I try my best to improve." Best way to improve is to draw on paper.
Well, time to resurrect this thread. I've still been drawing every day (although I did keep a few month's break because I was frustrated. It did good!).
I'll post my sketchbook from then up to now later. Have some recent computer drawings for now. Can't use image attachments for some reason, gotta use Imgur.
Oops this thread is dying again.
I've been sick this week, so I've drawn less. Here's a small movie screenshot study in progress.
I still can't use forum attachments for some reason.
Started a study on an eye. First time using texture brushes for drawing.
Yeah I still have trouble with values. Either it's all too flat or too striking.
I need to drill this into my head
Or maybe not. This was done with the Loomis method but I think I fucked it up or I shouldn't follow Loomis's methods to the point.
More experienced people, can you tell me which of his methods are recommended to follow?
Last edited by OJseve; May 20th, 2013 at 02:25 PM.
30 min gesture drawing.
Redesigning for fun. Tik-Tok of Oz. The shapes and shading on the gloves are giving me trouble.
Your color selection improved in this second piece! Remember to always first find your local color, then your lightest light, and darkest dark for each set of colors. (such as red, peach, and the blue background)