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So here we go, my sketchbook connected to our SSG#48.
Sorry it took so long, here are some sketches from this year, more to come:
Last edited by mono2k5; September 19th, 2007 at 02:54 AM.
Finally, you update your sketchbook. Would you mind reducing the size of the pics? They are way too big to see them without scrolling. I'll give you feedback once that.
Hey man, finally an update. Not really sure about your art background, but with these, I like your letter designs and the elephant looks like a great logo . About the people, human figure is a very hard topic to do and you will need to practice a lot to achieve. The only suggestion I can give you is to draw from life and keep practicing, that's the only way to tackle figure drawing. Some studies will be helpful too.
P.D: You could make that elephant your avatar
Finally some posts haha. Well, it looks like you are more into graphic design/typography. I'm going to have to agree with Maestro man. You'll have to do more still life and stuff.
Heya mono. Good to see you are starting to fill up your sb man. Are you aware that you can upload your drawings as attachments in CA the CA forums? It's loads more convenient for us because we don't have to go to another link to see your stuff man.
Also, most of your stuff so far I feel looks unfinished. Might want to push some of 'em all the way through man.
Anyhow, keep on practicing!
Finally some updates. I second what CouchPotato says, its easy to see at the pics that way.
Besides what Sawa mentioned, I would recommend to do value studies, so you can learn how to model the form with light and shadow. Doing still life drawings will help you get the hang of that.
Keep it up!