123mine123 wrote:This was gunna supposed to be something, but it didn't really came out that good..
Why do I suck in making backgrounds so much!? AAAAA
jay hugo wrote:Hello,
I like these study's so far..I think you could use more blue, yellow and green in that last study around her lower back and shoulder blades. I did some little notes, it may help, it may not. I don't have time to do a paint over anyway cool stuff.
FISH wrote:I think you have lost the horizon line in this picture so you're not entirely sure what position everything should be in in regards to the viewer. The first thing I might recommend is read through a book on perspective drawing -- but the second and the more important one I think would be to do studies of landscapes and get into a work flow. Start with the sky and work your way forward, layer by layer. You might as well make them 'flat brush' studies while you're at it to give a boost to your colour observational skills.
You seem to be studying from the masters -- which is nice, but all it does is teach you some rendering tricks. It's not necessarily going to give you an overall improvement. So maybe mix it up a bit :) do some pencil sketches of people performing movements on youtube (e.g. sport, dancing, walking etc.) and do some self portraits and also more drawings from your imagination :) your master studies certainly make your sketchbook look good but that's all you'll end up being good at if you only ever do that.
jay hugo wrote:When I am working on a study like that I will also get up and go for a run or just take a little break and when I come back I always notice about twenty different things that need to fixed with the study. This last study you did is looking good. Don't forget to mix in some harder brushes in some of those highlights. You are also missing some of those lighter yellows, grey-blues and grey-greens through out the painting.
ErnieTheMighty wrote:Been a while I've been in your sketchbook, 123. :D You've improved heaps. :D
NaG wrote:Weird question, but are you a fan of the comic Lackadaisy? Your cartoon animals really remind me of it.
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