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#21
Great sketchbook mate! I really like the way you construct your figures. Everything looks really solid and 3D. Keep going, I'm looking forward to more :).

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(06-05-2016, 10:47 PM)Artloader Wrote: Great sketchbook mate!  I really like the way you construct your figures.  Everything looks really solid and 3D.  Keep going, I'm looking forward to more :).

Thank you. I have to improve my figures a lot but thanks for the encouragement. I appreciate it.

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#23
+++ practice


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#24
++++ practice :)


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#25
Great studies, especially your figure drawings and the Bargue ones.

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#26
@alexdanila Thanks ^^.

Today I was reading this page http://www.learning-to-see.co.uk/ . It has very interesting things that I think apply my studies.


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#27
+++++ practice :)


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#28
Hi, time passes quickly almost a month since the last time I posted, my pc was damaged and all the work of Bargue and other things were lost. ¬¬

I was studying Kim Jun Gi closely especially in perspective, construction and the most efficient way to remember things.

No secrets Kim Jun Gi learned things from Mr. Nicolaides, who teaches us the following:

Quote:THE DISPOSITION OF THE FORMs IN SPACE. AS we go on, you are to strive
more and more to realize the manner in which the form fills the space.
There wouIdnt be any real movement without space for the body to move
in and there wouldn't be any form without space for the form to occupy.
To understand this, imagine, as you draw a standing figure, that you are
placing it more or less centrally in a glass box.



Quote:COMPREHENDING THE FORM. Developing the consciousness of the form
is a slow, sensitive process. It is not something that can be comprehended
instantly, no matter how intelligent you are
. The parts of the figure are.
welded together in a perfectly Iogical and functional manner. No one can
teach you their truth, but by a certain manner of approach you can bit by
bit co-me to know these foms and their rehtionship to one another. No
diagrams, no pat explanations, will suffice, because the form speaks to you
only as it does things.


Here are some crazy things I did. ^^'


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#29
I take several hours to finish. ¬¬



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#30
I will try to raise more study time. I feel more confident so I will do. Thumbs_up


just for fun XD.



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#31
++++++++++++ practice


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#32
...More Stuff ^^


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#33
I've been trying to draw without erasing or undo. it is hard but I think I learned something


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#34
and more  Meh ......
 
Loomis







mmmmmmmmm nah...







Master Velasquez "El aguador de Sevilla"


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#35
From Life 



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#36
Wow! LOTS of good stuff in here, man! Keep it up!

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#37
@Sublimus  and a lot of stuff not so good XD.  Thanks mate ^^. 

a little more practice.. Thumbs_up


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#38
I will begin to do more studies of values, color, design and composition. I'm already tired of doing the same things. XD


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#39
A little update. sorry for the ugly line, I was trying to draw without pressure on the pen. XD

I have been studying munsell and is amazing, plus the RGB sliders make my life easier.





Coursera Game Character Design.  just amazing, I learned a lot.^^





W.I.P ? XD



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#40
"Old Stuff "


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