Warre's sketchbook
#1
I've been looking around in the sketchbooks and...too sketches are better then my "finished" works :)
Then again, that give me more chance to improve.

I'll first post some drawings from when I was a kid.











These I made last month.

















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#2
Done with Koh-I-Noor Progresso Woodless Graphite Pencil.
http://www.colinharbut.com/art/Koh-I-Noo...s-pencils/
But the pen isn't good for this small work

And in my version he has gain weight




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#3
Each time i gonna draw I gonna do a quick study sketch of the human body...because I really need it.
So these is my real first try with the proportion lines.
First try was without, I added the lines later on to see.

I'm not gonna post those each day.



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#4
Hey if you want to learn how to draw the body, I would suggest doing more than just a quick sketch of it once a day. Dedicate some real serious study time to it, hours a day even. Anyway you're working hard so far so keep up the work ethic. ^_^
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#5
I meant to say more sketches a day indeed.
Also of parts of the body.

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#6
This is one big paper, I'm using old "used" paper to study.
I did several, this is one of them I did yesterday, I still need to practice :)
The colors you see was a test of very cheap colors pens i bought.



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#7
doing great job. just keep working on this anatomy ;3

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#8
Thank you.
I have to focus on anatomy :)
I did some skulls today, this is one page


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#9
Repeat of earlier study, witch I do till I tackled it completely + arm study
And others, not posting them all :)
After it a 15 m paint of a airplane with ref.





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#10
Looking much better than when you started already man. Keep it up :)

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#11
Thank you JakeB

This is a paintover while I was listening too suzanne helmighs and titus lunter livestream!
Also Sickbrush had a big part in it, very interesting.
this was done in 3 hours


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#12
nice sb man, definitely suggest some more studies to level with the amount of imagination stuff. anyways keep it up!

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#13
Hey, making some good progress. I would suggest reading this article: http://muddycolors.blogspot.ca/2012/07/1...acing.html

and try to apply some of the principles in it. I was applying some of the concepts taught in the article before I read it, but I do it much more frequently and with more confidence after reading it. Hope it helps you some!

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#14
Thank you.
@kevin Yes indeed, the more I draw the more I realize I need to study more :)

@ssGibson
That is a good article, read it twice.

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#15
Study from a "lousy" screenshot, couldn't find better.
One of the greatest scenes from a great movie :)



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#16
Hey, I really like that you're posting your imaginary-stuff; if you do some more studies they'll be great. And the drawing of the cathedral is really nice!

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#17
Thank you.

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#18
I wanted also to paint some big reproaching creatures from the horizon...
But that didn't work out like I wanted too.
So now it's a nice peacefully landscape.


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#19
Nice job on the one with all the architecture.

Colours may be a bit saturated on your last study, but keep it up.
You do your necks too large, other than that your anatomy work improved since the beginning.

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#20
Thank you for pointing me too the neck, didn't realize it.

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