Valerio Capriati
Valerio Capriati
Bari, Italy
Hi , I'm Valerio, an 18 year old boy. I'm From italy. i have a phisical disability and I am here to demonstrate to my self that i have no real limits.
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Valerio Capriati
Hi everyone these are my studies after a long time ahaha
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Valerio Capriati
Hi guys these are some of my updates , i want to improve more so i will continue to practice
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Valerio Capriati
hi guys , these are my drawings for this assigment,i'm not even close to what i want to achive , but I am satisfied with myself. I tried in some poses to be as dynamic as possible using lines of action and using perspective. I would like to receive criticism and advice because I want to improve. I tried not to use reference at all and just used my imagination. in the meantime I will continue to do pose after pose until I am satisfied enough to move on to the next step of the course
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Valerio Capriati
here are some of my updates , i feel ready for the new chapter actually . I really want to draw muscles , i have been drawing skeleton and skulls for 12 daya straight ahahaha what do you think about this?
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Valerio Capriati
Hi everyone, these are my results of 7 days of training in drawing, I notice clear improvements every day I think I did something better, from the third day onwards the sketches are all fantasy, the last exercise concerns the drawing of patterned heads in a maximum of 2 minutes, what do you think? I think one of my biggest problems is the view from bottom to top of the skeleton, do you have any advice on this? I stopped to draw a bit before moving on to the muscles, I think that without a solid base I can't move forward.
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Valerio Capriati
Hi everyone, this is my first post on this community, I would like to share this illustration of mine with me. This drawing represents fear, every time we feel relaxed, anxiety and our phobias make us fall into a large, infinite ocean, making us suffocate and swallow up by the fears themselves (sharks).
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Child Granny
Here's my attempt. It doesn't feel done, but I feel like moving on for now. The gesture and face feel a bit off, as does the shading. I started out doing the blender stick smudging technique, but then watched the videos through and attempted the rest with the crosshatching technique Proko recommends. It was a great challenge, and I learned a lot! Thoughts and critiques welcome!
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Valerio Capriati
Hi. I think they are all positioned correctly and are very detailed. my criticism is towards the pose, I think you could have curved the body slightly making it more interesting, so it seems very static to me and despite the beauty of all the muscles and fantastic facial details, I think it could be improved significantly with little effort
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Valerio Capriati
Hi @Blake Pawlikowski i like your poses that you have choose, but try to give more dynamism to the poses, using the action lines, you must try to follow the flow of the line. My advice to you is to EXAGERATE the curves, the important thing is not that it is 100% anatomically correct but to express an energy. by the way they looks good keep it up :)
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YL Che
hi~ i am still in the process of completing my digital painting with the guidance of the online tutorial. But i added my current draft here as i am excited to participate along with the many wonderful posts put up here.
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Valerio Capriati
honestly, i really love this piece, might be not detailed, but it has a lot of expression and potential; the anatomy looks fine and i really like the style that you used for the Line art. Keep it up :)
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Valerio Capriati
this should be a snake-monkey + something on the head like a firefly It's my first time drawing monkeys or even animals in general, but I think this is my starting point and I'm sure I'll be able to do better, I fully understand how much I am a slave to reference. my goal is to improve at drawing without reference but above all to learn to draw creatures.
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