Good stuff. You're on the right track. Don't stop!
Good stuff. You're on the right track. Don't stop!
Nice drawings dude! Good to see you drawing a lot of observational work. Keep that up, they'll pay off in the long run. You could also try some studies of master artworks. See how they solve a problem (like drawing faces for example) and add what you learn from that to your visual language. Keep going man!!!!
Some more work, thanks for the comments
willdraw4food Thanks very much i certainly have done more anatomy studies
towy Thanks i wont stop
Asatira Thanks i hope i am improvings i will keep doing the digital paintings and more figures
HunterKiller_ Thanks ill keep going
Holland Ill keep doing the figures and life thanks
Pixie Trick Thanks very much i sure hope im improving
Bendragon Ill look at some master artworks and take on what they do so thanks a bunch for that
Lots of bridgman and some still lifes
Some rubbish digital cant really get into it C&C desperately
I should've posted here sooner, but what the heck
I'm digging the way you are drawing the human form, very energetic. You should aproach the mechanical objects in the same way.
As for the digital c&c:
To me the problem seems to be that you are glazing too much, try to start more opaquely. Also, use bigger brushes, and refrain from using the soft brushes except when it comes to make big masses of shadow\light.
Hope it is helpful
You have a good potential in your hand, I can see something in your pencils that make me say "this is a talented guy"
Don't stop drawing and don't be in a hurry to paint with no refs...
You are young and if you take your time to study form life and photo, everything else will come!
Keep it up!!!
Big brushes! High opacity! Try making your ref small, and your canvas small and try to make it look like a pic. The same idea goes for pen and paper studies: grab a pen slightly bigger than you're comfortable with, and try using that. Not only will the permanence and un eraseability will make you think more about what you're doing. Same goes for real life paints! Practice solves most things.
And if all else fails go for a walk and come back later.
Keep up that great work.
Pretty cool, dude! Love the studies... they're fun to look at... and it seems like you have a good work ethic.
Just 15? Awesome. Work at it really hard, because there are lots of distractions at that age. If I had stuck with it since 15, I'd be millions of times better (well... lol... much better any way).
You have a good chance to do that... be as good as you want.
Wow! no bad,since u are only 15 year old,for the grollia,the texture is good,but u need to have more contast & lighting to stand up the whole image..For the "Back ground is better using a cool color on it! Keep it up!
Hope to see more of ur "Art work"
More drawings & one digital
Morgado: Thanks for your comment, i see that less opaque is they way forward and bigger brushes, ill try and stay away from the soft brush but use it for shadows like you said thanks
DANKA Thanks man huge incouragement there hehe i sure will keep going
p sage: Thanks i will keep drawing
Xprofile: Thanks lighting and contrast hmm yes a good idea i will input it in my digital somehow
Jeff Lai: ill try alot of traditional stuff for a while and then come back to digital thanks
Been a while since i last checked this thread out. You can tell right away you really are improving, check out the stapler, wow 10/10. With the digi art it seems you are spending more time on the picture thinking about it, rather than rushing it. All i can say is keep going. You have a long way to go, but at this rate that road will be a smooth one (hopefully).
Great stuff you have here kiddo. Really hope you'll keep going. I'll keep an eye on ur book.
Hey, were the same age
anyway, some really nice drawings, i think your defiantly better than i am right now. You seem really good at drawing eyes and hands. And your paintings and photoshop stuff is really great too. feel free to look at my sketchbook, im intrested to see what you think.
Where did you go dude? Update!
buen ejercicio ... diferentes angulos de vision de un mismo elemento en los ultimos dibujos
(differents vision angles of a same element in the the last draws)
Finally back again after months o well heres some drawings, i hope you all like
Ninjac:Thanks, i'll keep on going hopefully i'll imporve
psantha:Thank you so much ! i hope i can be something arty in the future
p sage:Yeh i like bridgeman and posemanics alot hard to keep it up but ill try im glad you liked my little guy on that page
GeoD:Thanks i hope i keep going to
pfloyd:We are the same age nice! finally another person my age on this site your sketchbook is good man dont let yourself down like that thanks anyway
iven:Glad you liked my cat picture Amazing wow thanks
Bombur:Here i am dont worry im back
I can really see that you're improving as you post new stuff. It's cool that you're doing anatomy and life drawing studies at your age, most kids are too bored with that stuff to put in the effort. Keep up the good work, you're on your way to awesomeness!
Remember, do it cause you love it, not cause you "have" to. If you feel your self doing art just to "get it done" take a break, come back when your hearts in it.
wow its amazing how much you have improved your line quality is getting much better. The still lifes are looking great I wish i found bridgemen when i was 15 haha.
keep it up im looking forward to see how you progress as an artist
have a good one
sketchbook updated October 6th
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