Fritz's Sketchbook
#41
darkiste, thank you so much for your advice! You're super helpful! :) Yes I definitely use your advice in the near future. 

Well, today's Tuesday, running a bit late on the weekly postings because of wisdom teeth surgery and university deadlines but I will keep my promise and make an effort to post every week regardless of how bad or how many drawings I've done. Here's the lot:
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That's about it... sadly. Now for the month of October I will have at least 12 pieces to show. I'll scatter them throughout the month. I guess ink stuff and studies will occupy the majority of my posts in the future. See ya next week!

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#42
I think you should avoid posting figure with pale outline.It really hurt the eye also to work on a white canva you should work on a middle grey background.

It not hard to adjust the contrast of the line at anytime aslong as you play smart with the layer you can go to ajust contrast and darken the outline.I say that because there so pale it almost look like a white page in post #41

You been posting pale outline more recently but you started with bold darker line in this sketchbook.

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#43
darkiste: Thank you for the advice! You're always such a great help. I will definetly do some material studies, my color and light skills need a ton of work. I like your practice idea! 

Whoa, long time no see! University work got the good of me. Mostly worked on oil paintings from that time till now and did more live model drawing. However I'm only posting the drawings I've done this week a few inktober drawings. There's much to improve so I'm going to post this artweek artdrop and get back to it!
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#44
The post of the week is here! Trying to get my drawing skills up to speed before I warm up to color again. Aye, all those video games and watching Exatlon Mx the past month gave me some rust to work through! A good lesson I've learned out of that experience reminds me of something Even Amundsen once said in a podcast: "to work a little bit always" even if you're feeling a little lazy.
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That's it for this week Daggers! Be back next week with a new batch of studies. Thanks for stopping by! :D

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#45
I should really apply that 1 drawing a day minimum approch.You got me thinkingThe hardest is saying no to excuse you make up for yourself.

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#46
Hey! Did you ever thought on applying some hatching technique on your drawing?? Would be nice to have some volume feeling! Be safe!
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