Study Cave
Myging and I have are starting a support group where we draw for a minimum of 1-2 hours daily. A new topic will be decided at the end of each week.

This week:

Form Study

Tuesday: 20 drawthroughs of simple everyday objects
Wednesday: 10 or more complex objects
Thursday: 10 or more drawings of a group of objects
Friday: 5 or more architectural studies
Weekend: 10 or more imaginary objects

from today's assignment

Here are mine for today:
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good work. love that pepper shaker and kettle. here's mine for today:

I like your crane. Drawing straight lines is harder than it seems but you can do it very well. :D Here is my Wednesday stuff. I went to the Uni and drew a bunch of interesting stuff.

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New works - sorry about the quality

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good stuff. that easel, number 3 and 2's excellent! keep it up! here's the stuff from yesterday that i didn't get a chance to post

some architectural studies

Good studies! Try to pay attention to the proportions, especially the dices (I don't know if they have plural - sorry for my English) and the wooden cubes, they don't look the same size. I am doing the same mistakes and to make them look the same size and to put them in perspective is difficult, but I am sure you can manage it. It would be also a good idea to draw your surroundings from life. The architectural studies are better, I especially like the second one and the sixth!
Today I didn't draw from life. Here are the photos that I drew studies from (buildings aren't easy):

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You guys should get the How to Draw book by Scott Robertson. Its about the exact stuff you're working on now. Its like the holy bible of perspective drawing. I was trying to start a group thread for it but it hasnt panned out :( Its a must have book!

Good attempt Myging. Love that London street and the temple. Try to break it down into larger forms. Look for cubes, spheres, etc.

Haze, that book looks amazing! Definitely gonna have to work that in at some point! Thanks for the heads up!

here's a quickie

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So these are the weekend stuff. This week's assignments are decided soon.
After a bad cold I am finally back. (Although I still can not hear on one of my ears properly and I still have to do uni work...) This week we agreed on doing colour/value studies five each day. :)

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nice. that portrait is looking pretty good. here's some that i've finally managed to squeeze in

Very nice and clean studies! Good job!
Since I had a little time before work I made these studies. Need to focus more on my edges.

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Wow. Your buildings look really good, and so do your objects.
Love it!


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