Fabio Caccavale
Fabio Caccavale
Italy
Fabio Caccavale
My level 1. Any critiques are welcome
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Fabio Caccavale
I tried drawing three of them with a blue pen to try to be more loose, but the result (indicated by the arrow) seems less accurate. For pose no.1 I went back to pencil and above all I made a larger drawing, following Stan's suggestion. I am more satisfied but I am open to all your comments
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Peter N
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Did some more and it seems I need to push the motion more. Hopefully the demo will have some good pointers for that
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Fabio Caccavale
It seems to me that your drawings show a lot of rhythm and fluidity in the linework. My drawings look much more rigid
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Fabio Caccavale
I know ....I past the deadline, but I hope someone can give me some helpful suggestions
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Fabio Caccavale
Level 1 - my drawings and reference images. I hope in time for the critique
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Fabio Caccavale
Thank you Stan for the useful suggestions. Sometimes I get lost in the details and do not simplify the shapes
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Fabio Caccavale
Second attempt. The proportions seem more correct to me than in my first drawing. I've also tried using Stan's advice on line weight. I hope to get some suggestions from the community
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Fabio Caccavale
Here is my assignment. It's my favorite project so far. I hope I respected measure proportions
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Fabio Caccavale
Experiments on the photo of the rhino used by Stan for line weight
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Fabio Caccavale
My tasks. Rooster, buffalo and hippo with simple shapes (level 1) and same animals with shapes expressing their feelings on my drawings (level 2). Same thing for a donkey and a giraffe
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Fabio Caccavale
Funny drawing of Glen Keane with some useful tips about story line, that I translated into Italian to better fix ideas
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Fabio Caccavale
My assignments. First one is a cute doodle from the skechbook of my favorite artist Jessica Karpishin. The second drawing is a "cartoon self portrait" of the most important italian Disney draftman, Giorgio Cavazzano. I found them funny
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Fabio Caccavale
My submissions after watching demo. I re-trace the ryno by myself. Hope the result is just as good enough
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Fabio Caccavale
Waiting for a new lesson from Stan, I made other sketches from imagination. I got the amazing ideas from an app called Virink. What do you think about?
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Fabio Caccavale
Here are some experiments in gorilla drawing. At last I tried to be more daring with my imagination.
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Fabio Caccavale
Taking a cue from Stan's excellent teachings, I have been trying to draw crocodiles. First one is from imagination
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Here are my sketches - the final sketch ended up a little scratchy, but I was struggling with where to put all the tentacles! Plus huge wavy lines.. I read that female blanket octopuses are many thousands of times bigger than the males, so I thought I would play on that...
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Fabio Caccavale
You have chosen the same subject as me for sketch from imagination. The octopus is really a very interesting subject to draw. I think your final result is better than mine
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Fabio Caccavale
My sketches of an octopus. The last one is an attempt from imagination
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Brad Clement
Here are my level one attempts. I’ll go back and try these again after watching Stan’’s demo - I know I failed at the loose sketching approach - but I tried. For the VR girl I included the first gesture sketch that I did - I defined the drawing’s envelop, found the midpoints of the figure (vertical and horizontal, but then didn’t do any more measuring - I just tried to find the right shapes to fit on the gesture.
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Fabio Caccavale
Yes, I think you've lost a bit the proportions of the VR girl. However, the stroke seems a little hesitant to me, not confident. Much better penguin and spider hand. But that's just a beginner's opinion
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Fabio Caccavale
My drawings from observation. Not very satisfied with the VR girl. Any critiques are welcome
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