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    SparkleyC's Stuff.

    Any critiques on the art you are about to see would be sweet, I have loads of free time to practice because i'm pretty far from highschool.



    One of my first shots at a dip pen. (I got lazy cleaning it up )
    Last edited by SparkleyC; 04-06-2011 at 05:58 PM.

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    whoa dude. thats pretty awesome! how long have you been drawing?
    you kinda remind me of me when i started out. (not all the way back in 5th grade, but like when i started to understand art concepts)
    you face the same problem that i did and still do now. the head is kinda big, but its not that big of a deal. i also like the arms. they look well proportioned for the most part, but are his shoulders supposed to be like that? oh well. but hey it looks good dude. i think you should probably look at working on hands though.
    but like i said. good job.

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    thanks! I've been drawing seriously for like 2-3 months now? I don't know. and i thought the same thing with the head. I'll keep that in mind next time.

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    New stuff!
    Also, next time I shall be using a blue coloured pencil so that the scanner doesnt get the pencil marks in there. I did not know this before.
    head better?


    Just something I did for fun

    Last edited by SparkleyC; 04-06-2011 at 04:06 PM. Reason: the pics werent working.

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    it is a good work. in the first image the head of the character it is draw properly but i can see you have a problem with the rest of the body. the only advice i can give, it is to stop drawing movement just for a while. and focuse on how to draw the different type of view for the head.
    here is a picture i took to show you what i am talking about.


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    once you have managed all the view and master it, then try to draw the different type of view but now with the all body
    such as this:


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    when you fill confident of yourself i will advice you to visit this website:
    http://www.posemaniacs.com/

    study how to draw all the different type of pose. and then take this challenge, http://www.posemaniacs.com/thirtysecond
    this challenge consist of giving you 30 seconds to draw a pose but without really putting detail. this exercise Will help your brain to draw mouvement without really looking at a example. it will also improve your speed of drawing.(at least use this website 15 minutes a day)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dH5NbsrQZuc

    i hope that will help you to get better drawing. good luck.

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    Thank you. I suppose I've only really been drawing whatever i'm in the mood for. I'll definately try that!

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