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Pawel
Pawel
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Pawel
After many attempts with different animals I was finally able to produce something simple from imagination. I must admit that this was extremely difficult :D I will spend more time with that assignment after I’ll watch demo. Hopefully it will become easier with practice. I couldn’t upload one reference photo because of wrong format.
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Pawel
Here are my sketches. Had to do all of them twice, because first time I put too much attention to details and wasn't loose enough. These are a bit better, but I think I could still improve a bit, maybe watching demos will make things more clear ;)
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Pawel
After watching demo and critique I realised that I put too many details in the first skull drawing and that wasn’t the goal of this exercise, so I did it one more time without paying too much attention to proportions and small shapes, and focused on big lines. With boots and camel I was pretty satisfied, so I decided to simplify my sleeping cat instead ;) Still need to practice but I’m getting better with every lesson, those videos are great!
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sahara anoot
Hey guys! I did the snail and the boots, once for the project, once after the demo, and once after the critique. Do let me know what you think! I did have to edit the pictures a bit, especially the ones I took after critique. I tried to stay more loose in that and so I think that led to v light lines. If you guys have any tips on how to take good pictures and how to not smudge your page especially when shading, I'd love to hear!
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Pawel
Hi janoot. Those look pretty good. Your lines are neat and you did good job capturing proportions. About pictures I would guess that it was either not enough light in the room where you were taking them, or you draw with very little pressure, so that the lines are not very visible. I would try to make more confident strokes with pressing the pencil more against the paper. Try maybe before each drawing session to do some warmups and fill couple of pages with just random lines elipses and curves and test how hard you can go, so that it'll be easier when you draw. To avoid smudging I always place empty piece of paper on the area I already shaded, so that my hand is resting on that instead of the drawing. Good job, and keep posting!
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Pawel
Level 1 and 2 before watching demos. I think I put too much detail in the skull's neck. Will try again after watching demos.
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Pawel
Asked for help
That's fun ;)
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Pawel
Portraits after demo. Thumbnails are helpful, never used them before. I still struggle with measuring and capturing correct angles and proportions. I feel like after those demos it's lot easier to do what before was difficult, so I guess it's working :D
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Pawel
My attempt of level 2 portrait before seeing demo. I wanted really badly to use more values :) I wasn't sure where to place some planes, also ear and eyes are challenging. I could go little bit darker because the highlights are berely visible. Feel free to leave some critique. Looking forward to see demo.
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Pawel
Pears before and after watching demo. Watching it gave me new way on looking at the subject, especially things that I struggled in first attempt. I had a lot of fun with that project and I can't wait to learn more ;)
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Pawel
Pears before seeing demo.
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