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Ivan Ći's sketchbook
#1
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THIS IS THE FIRST PAGE OF THIS SKETCHBOOK, MAKE SURE TO VISIT THE LATER ONES, THANK YOU
Ivan is the name :)
Here is some stuff, just so you know where I am, and who is telling you to do this or that. Most of them digital wips or sketches, i still need to work on my skill a lot, got serious a few months ago

Ezio study oil on canvas[Image: assasin+sredjen2blog.jpg]

[Image: indaface.jpg]

[Image: gmoss2.jpg]

[Image: bijes+titana.jpg]
Take care

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#2
And some quick environment
[Image: concept+ci+inferno.jpg]

aaaand a princess [Image: Princeza+jesenja+i+mala%252C+Ivan+Cirovic.jpg]

Would greatly appreciate the feedback on the chick(especially from some more experienced members), since im not used (as you can see) to drawing people without reference or a model (ex fine art student -.- )

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#3
quick chick study , pretty embarrassing, gotta work my *** off...


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#4
this one took waaay too much time, and is still off. gotta introduce more construction into my studies.. 'if you want him, come and claim him'


some old characters [Image: marina+blog.jpg] [Image: lazar+blog.jpg]

aaaand another 1hr study before sleep.
nn :)

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#5
3h study, again focused on details before taking it all to the same level -.-


work work

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#6
here goes.... tried to make a generic female head from imagination as 3d as possible. I tried to stay on basic shapes as long as i could, it still has a lot of flaws but it feels like a progress :) . I painted over and over again, so i lost track of time...
work work

Edit- if anyone thinks I am spamming the thread with my updates, say the word.

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#7
great work you're producing! great environmental concepts. keep up the great work
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#8
Haha, don't worry about "spamming" as long as you're updating with art. Keep pushin those studies and take as much time as you need! Your personal work is already off to a great start.

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#9
I understand that doing those photo stills you were focusing mainly on color. You will benefit more from a study if you focus on many things and once. Like value, edges, composition, color. You may spend more time on each study but at the end you will save time. Cuz you're learning many things at once. Keep it up.

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#10
Trobino, Dennis - tnx for the support , guys. I'll do my very best.

ramalokee thats a clever idea. Actually, I was focusing on figuring out the face itself. (colors, perspective, proportions, values, volume-as in 3d space). The main problem is related to values and construction of the face in perspective(maybe I should do geometrically simplified studies?hmmm). Thats my 10 day goal for now. Figured out I should go back a bit, and then found out that I forgot the skull anatomy when I did a copy of Loomis' drawing of main head planes and then did a skull from memory over it.


Anyway, I'm about to hit the road for a 4 day seaside adventure, so I will try to rest and think about what should I tackle next...Just in case, I will bring my tiny sketchbook with me :) see you soon.

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#11
Back!

Some Loomis' copies, absorbing the flow of the movements, as well as proportions

Anatomy, revisited

3 point perspective with tilted horizon setup, first try ever


Quick and rough note of an idea (Star Wars fans, don't execute me, ok? ;) )

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#12
Some pencil doodles, mostly while traveling, palm size sketchbook :)



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#13
Ah, those Loomis studies are coming out great! Keep those up.

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#14
Once again- Dennis, tnx for the support, man. One quick environment before sleep[Image: travellers.jpg]

i promise more Loomis stuff tomorrow ;)

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#15
Underground scene
wip

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#16
It's the first time I take a look at it but cool sketchbook, keep it up!

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#17
Loomis, then referenced movements using his method


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#18
Good good. Try to do some gesture drawings using this method and then try using it in starting an illustration or character piece.

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#19
Cool stuff lately. Try to spend more time on your images. Everytime you push your image to the next level of finish you learn a lot. Keep working.

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#20
Tnx Dennis and tnx ramalooke. I will try my best, those are good pieces of advice. Anyway, I intended to do a character too see how it will work, but I was too tired, and this poop came out. Ah, well - to the crappy drawings pile...



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