Atom's Sketchbook
#1
Hi everyone!
Some works for the last time.

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photo studies, screencaps 
and mastercopy
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from head - so crap ( 
i draw almost everyday but progress don't like me, color is shit, tone is shit
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#2
Hi Atom and welcome :D, these are really nice stuffs. love your studies its really awesome how you capture it.

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#3
insbox
Thanks for your welcome, glad that you liked my studies.
I want to try that to my work out of my head were a little better.
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#4
That clown. Kill it. Kill it in the head with a shotgun. Good stuff man, looking forward to more posts.

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Studies (from photos, CG masters)

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#6
Speed self-portrait
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Studies
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#7
Nice stuff man! Your knowledge of the body shows through in your imagination stuff. Anyways no need to be too hard on yourself. Id say be hard on yourself enough to motivate you, but not so much that it leads to burning out.

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#8
Studies:
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Personal:

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#11
Welcome to crimson daggers! your studies are strong. One thing I would suggest is applying what you learned from your studies to your imaginative work. maybe start out with a figure study then use the knowledge you learned to complete an imaginative painting. I hope this helps. Don't be too hard on yourself you are making good progress. we are our own worst critics and it is hard to see the improvement in your own work.

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#12
toZandraDragon
Thanks for your feedback!
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#13
Comeback.
There is almost no progress, but I will continue to work.

one year ago

photostudy
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Fanart - Cardinal Copia from metal band "Ghost"
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#14
Quick photo-studies
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#15
"Witch" WIP
I can not learn to finish the drawings, I start to get stuck and mindlessly smear.

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preliminary drawings
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costume studies
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#16
Some really great figure and costume studies you got here. You inspire me to focus on figure drawing, something I know i need to do, but I have done much that much of it, just like hands and feet (the dreaded duo). That's part of the reason why I am here. Time to buckle down and make some progress.

Your figures have character to them and are dynamic. That's not all that easy to achieve. Nice stuff you've posted here.
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#17
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Portrait Sketches
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#18
Three advice for you full range of value and contrast and blending to show volume and if needed to hide painterly feeling.If you want a more painterly feeling you need to be smart with the brush stroke and lay them so that they show though about volume.


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My Sketchbook
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#19
Thank you very much for advice !
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#20
Dishonored - Fanart
for face i used reference ( Portrait Emily by Sergey Kolesov)

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Quick sketh from imagination

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flying head
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Tiefling (used photoreference)
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