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Insane. These are some seriously good drawings! I should probably start copying you and do some personal work too. The studies are looking good. Your linework on that second face is really good, I think just pay more attention to the reference when shading cause a few of those shadows don't exist in the photo. Keep it up!! (I'll definitely start forcing myself to use a hard brush from now on)
@Lukiesartventure Thank you for the feedback! I got carried away and made some crazy shadows hahaha. I'm going to be more careful next time.
I started working on my friends characters too. The first one is Wim, the Tortle (turtle person) druid!
AND the remaining friends of the party!
I definitively need to work some more on faces, but i will go on for now, to learn some more things and get better with time!
Nice Stuff! These characters look great, I'd maybe scale down the tip of Baldric's nose. Wim looks fantastic though! Great shading
Thank you @Lukiesartventure!Yeah, his nose ended up kinda strange, but i've decided to keep this way, but i will keep this in mind for the next ones haha.
I've taken some time out to rest, but now i'm back! I've decided to practice some more heads!
Amazing work! Great simplifaction of the hair and the proportions looks really solid!
Today i did another head and value study.
My first try at 3 point perspective... I wanted to add a forest in the side but i couldn't make it look good, so i left it how it is. I'm going to try again later! It was fun!
I've tried to make some changes to the scene following some feedback i received. I have much to learn but i'm satisfied with the results for now.
The end result turned out great!
I've been practicing drawing some shapes in perspective. I'm starting trying to draw simple things and put then in perspective and gonna grow the complexity a little over time, to hopefully get used to think about it and expand my visual library. I'm still doing gesture drawings and practing drawing faces from imagination from time to time.
I've been traveling for the last few days so i didn't produce much, but now i'm back for the grind!These are kinda messy, but it is a start.
More on perspective.
Today i got back to Anatomy 1 to do some revision, trying to learn the proper names for the anatomy of the face.
To end the revision on the face, i finished the d&d character i was making. I think i gonna start term 3 now.
I ended up making another portrait for the last party member, Hastur, the Half-Orc Warlock. It was really fun!
Your head anatomy looks great! Good stuff!
I like your character busts! Especially with your half orc, I'm liking that you've got some stronger values, it really makes it pop.
Thank you guys! Today i've started the Clothed Figure Draw class and made this...I wanted to start doing simple stuff first, i don't want to feel overwhelmed. I'm gonna start to make full rendered studies when i'm more comfortable.
Today i've tried rendering the clothed figure...
Although i could definitely refine the study a lot more i think that i already learned a lot, and i will leave it as it is, as spot to remember for now on.As always, any advice is welcome.