You're working hard mate. Those studies are looking good. Focus on mastering basic perspective. The lack of it is hurting your drawings right now. Keep drawin'!!!
Good to see the simple skeletons you are drawing under your poses on the pages with lots of little dudes on them. This will help immensely in planning the pose and form of the character and most importantly keep anatomy in check.
Good studies man, keep it up!
No draw on graph paper though, hurts me eyes it does
at the moment i wouldn't focus too much on color and composition. i think you are going the right way with your studies and it's good to see that you are drawing a lot . i think the most important part about drawing is to get a feeling/understanding of shapes. composition and colors are kind of secondary, because they depend on the shapes underneath
it's cool to see, that you try a lot of different topics like environments, characters, creatures etc....that's the best way to stay interested in drawing a lot....so...keep up the hard work
Theres a lot of improvement since that first post. But I will echo what everyone else is saying...keep working on the basics and on the "boreing stuff". Drawing boxes, spheres and objects with lighting sources will only improve everything else that you are working on. When you are drawing figure studies try draw from life or reference and spend the time to try and figure out why the body does what it does and where your weight distrubution is. Keep up the Drawing!!
YEAH WE HIT PAGE 3
fantasyartist Thank u Swen (: Yes, im sure its right what u say; can u recommend a book with perspektive to me?
Dreln Thank u man. yep this was my intention (: im so sorry, ill change it ;D hope u'll come back :]
silvestri99 Thanx mate (: i think ill do so.
for today; a little comic i kinda copyd from someons sktechbook, because i felt bored in school, donno know from who, sry
and a character from imagination.
Last edited by Sebastian Gromann; September 21st, 2012 at 08:09 AM.
Nice start! On that last one; I have a hard time with those angles too. Draw buildings in your neighborhood, they've got all kinds of angles you wouldn't expect. Your little comic made me giggle.
zeichne bis der daumen brennt, kommt immer besser!
Thank u dude (= most time im to tied to look after references XD but i changed my mind, it cant go on like this ;P
Sorry i was toooooo lazy yesterday.
But well, today i got my Hogarth's Books ;D ive got a lot to read and to study, no time to waste boy !
Last edited by Sebastian Gromann; September 21st, 2012 at 08:13 AM.
Hey how's it going man. I really really feel your work, you show a lot of ambition and promise in your studies. I dunno when I look at your work I think you draw from the fingers. Things are defined but I think they lack some sharpness the comfort of the line you're expecting to get.( I dunno if that sounds right.) I also like your Conceptual creatures and characters, I see a big cartoon and game influence..am i right?
Knowing my history isn't needed, just where I'm going you should be curious about.
A.Thought's Black Book
Hi friend (: thanks, things are good. Im so happy about your sweet words I think u arent right but also not realy wrong 'cause i dont play games ,or read comics ;P eh, maybe a bit, dont know
Uve nice stuff in your Sb and it really entertains me :] ill drop a comment dude (: see yah
maybe ill scan some studies later on.
Last edited by Sebastian Gromann; September 21st, 2012 at 08:14 AM.
you're doing nice stuff! I definitely agree with that using reference as well as the imagination is the perfect combination. To learn Šnd keep the imagination awake, you can take a picture you like, draw it, and think of stuff to change it, or add to the drawing..
I think your lines and shading need some work. this is great linewise, it would be great if you could apply those kind of lines to the more organic shapes such as in figure drawings. I think this is all about confidence, and also about the right working method. For me it really helps to draw light lines first, and then when you have the general shape down, draw some smooth, unscribbly darker lines over the light ones with a softer pencil.
Oh, and you might want to take a small sketchbook, or just some plain A5 pages to school to scribble on, so the lines from the school paper isn't so distractive
Keep it up! ^^
NoŽ Heya, thank u sooo much for ur comment these tips will help me alot (: thats what i need !
and i bought this little sb, here r some doodles from today (=
Dannelf Great to see u again dude (: your post is making my heart jumping around nice, u like it (= sure ill never stop! go boy!
Last edited by Sebastian Gromann; September 21st, 2012 at 08:15 AM.
Yo what's up buddy Still working hard I see! Awesome. Environments are looking good! Gotta reenforce what was said about drawing with the fingers, don't do that, instead, draw from the arm, feels weird in the beginning but has helped me a lot to get steadier lines. Keep it up!
Keep those sketches up man.
sketchbook updated October 6th
I definatly see improvement, just keep doing whatever your doing, your on the right track. You could probably do some more anatomy sketchs, they will really help your character designs.
Your perspective stuff looks good, i'd suggest doing some landscapes / cityscapes from real life, doing those will really help you on your imaginary ones.
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