DESQUOLOR's sketchbook -- journey to mastery
You should try pen and marker it a great mix use marker for big area of value and pen for line art and form indication.Drawing or not from me all credit to the artist.


Attached Files Image(s)



My Sketchbook
The journey of an artist truly begin when he can learn from is own error.
Reply
fed - thanks bro <33

darktiste - i actually like how those type of sketches turn out--I'll have to invest in the materials at some point. I've been traditionally hatching to build up patience and line control though.






other things

Reply
for your simple asaro heads, youre drawing the cranial, like skull too wide, and the eye sockets dont have a concave shape like youre indicating. the lines on the cheekbone dont slant in, the form a C curve, also watch the demensions, they get narrow or too wide, but keep drawing em and youll notice these inconsistencies

70+Page Koala Sketchbook: http://crimsondaggers.com/forum/thread-3465.html SB

Paintover thread, submit for crits! http://crimsondaggers.com/forum/thread-7879.html
[color=rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.882)]e owl sat on an oak. The more he saw, the less he spoke.[/color]
Reply
finished an old sketchbook from front to back but i can't be bothered to post 200+ images honestly. 

currently beating my head over with scott robertson.  here are some recent botched attempts at perspective stuff. really disappointed with myself with these, but w/e. update has been overdue.
most recent attempt:



and older from this month:








old:








Reply
Wow dude, excellent work on structure, particularly of the body. Your figures remind me of some Krenz Cushart tutorials I saw a while back. Not sure what your plan is but if you're planning to put figures into a scene, maybe start putting in horizon lines and perspective grids on your sketches?

Also I don't see why you said you failed on the Scott Robertson stuff? They look well drawn to me. Those curves ain't easy to construct like that.

Keep it going Desquolor - good luck :).

“Today, give a stranger one of your smiles. It might be the only sunshine he sees all day.” -- H. Jackson Brown Jr.

CD Sketchbook



Reply
One suggestion would be to varie the size of your line work to imply form going toward us or away from us.I suggest you take that guy with is fist in foreshorten and you make the contour line bigger on is fist and thinner as it goes away from the viewer you can also try to do varie the thickness between is two leg since one is further than the other one side of the body would have a thicker contour and the other a thinner coutour. I gave the suggestion way back but you didn't seem to have tried it since so i am repeating myself because i think it help sell the illusion of three dimension if your figure are not inside a scene.Maybe this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vh-QKKRFD14 can sell the importance of lineweight better than i can.


Attached Files Image(s)



My Sketchbook
The journey of an artist truly begin when he can learn from is own error.
Reply
your cars are not bad!

the pointing dude reminds me of this masterpiece lol
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/...NaPWfL.jpg

70+Page Koala Sketchbook: http://crimsondaggers.com/forum/thread-3465.html SB

Paintover thread, submit for crits! http://crimsondaggers.com/forum/thread-7879.html
[color=rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.882)]e owl sat on an oak. The more he saw, the less he spoke.[/color]
Reply


Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)