Hi, I'm glad to have found this place. I am an absolute beginner. I'm almost completely self-taught and enjoying every minute of the experience. I work full time during the week and mostly draw during lunch breaks. I read alot, and follow youtube clips while practicing heavily on my own.
I really love this community of people and I hope to stay here to develop as an artist.
Nice to meet you all!
P.S. Except for this current post, all my work will be posted in chronological order. So please jump to the last page where I need your valuable comments the most!
I'll try to keep my most recent stuff in the first post as well. Hope to give and receive great feedbacks!
Last edited by redpandafire; November 15th, 2010 at 01:46 AM.
*bloop* Random update. Studying while working full-time is sloooooow.
those new ones are looking really good! arm seems to thin on the left pic though apart from that, keep going.
Are my figures now distinctly male and female? I wish someone could tell me.
good start man dont stop posting !!!! its all about the studies
Thank you for the encouragement!
I have another block form study.
Havent posted in a while.
Random update on my faces studies. Moving away from the cartoony manga look, it just seems so tacky now.
Those are some excellent studies, but I would like you to do something a bit more imaginitive when you get the chance.
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niceee start, really good stuff hope to see more
Thanks! I'm not in a very creative mood lately, I don't know why! But I tried to make face studying slightly more artistic I suppose. Have any tips?
A little bit of masterchief (not accurate).
I hope these drawings can get me into art school. I really need a teacher and peers to get feedback from. -.-
Another study with pencils and shadows and cute model, etc. Wish I could get some more feedback on these things. I don't goto art school so its nearly impossible to get constructive criticisms from peers.
This is a good start on your sketchbook. Especially the last two drawings. Keep working on anatomy, study Loomis and try to draw what you have learned from him.
Good work, cheers!
Study of the skull 1.
Great work! I tend to work mostly from imagination and not practice using reference enough. I've learnt a lot from your approach. Thanks, and keep posting.
Great work! Very convincing. I have no experience using tablets, but I believe the distant eye is not AS convincing as the near one. This takes study and practice to get right. Keep at it!
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I like your Loomis and your head studies, post more ;-)
whats up. I can't afford art school neither, nor do i get real constructive tips but you look like you know some things that I don't so please come help me out. Your stuff really good all i can say is to practice more dynamic poses to give drawings more umph.
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