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Peter Tinkler
Last of these hand studies, Conte on newsprint.
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Ash
Awesome!
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Vera Robson
Here's my boxy people.
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Ash
amazing work! haha I love the boxy Stan at the end
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Juice
Here is my kind tank. It took a bit too long for me to clean up my messy sketch and make it digital. Im learning to draw in Clip studio paint on my iPad.
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Ash
24d
cute and creative design haha
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@mcminnjesse
Well, I wanted to keep going with this one, but ended up running out of time. I used 2-point perspective because I wanted the camper to straddle the horizon, which made things easier. I also used guidelines this time instead of eyeballing it! As you can see I went a little overboard. Very grateful to be working digital - my hat goes off to those of you working traditionally. I managed to sneak a lot of ellipses into this practice - like the fringe of the canopy - but more than anything this exercise taught me the importance and power of construction. I feel like I could keep adding details forever! Awesome submissions everyone. This was a great assignment!
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Ash
24d
This is great!
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Dan Stevens
Hey guys. Here are 3 drawings. An F1 car (Go McLaren), a bulldozer, and a Sherman Tank. I had a hard time with the tank getting the wheels/ ellipses to feel right. I don’t know, the angulation of the axis felt weird and I had to re-sketch and erase a hundred times. I also started with 6 wheels but somehow ended up with 8 because the proportions felt better. Lots of fun little details though, probably went overboard. Fun assignment!
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Ash
24d
amazing!!!
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Mon Barker
Level 1 - old race car ‘inspired by’ Maserati 250F. Level 2 - a made up tracked vehicle that puts out fires instead of starting them (echoing @Johannes Schiehsl re tanks!) inspired by Antarctic tracked vehicle.
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Ash
24d
These are great, Mon!
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Mireina
I tend to draw grids to guide me, but I've decided to try this more intuitive approach following demo. Not gonna lie, it was no fun, I like the outcome as a doodle at the end, but I got lost between all those lines several times... 🪢
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Ash
24d
great work!
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Johannes "Hanes" Schiehsl
Excuse me Mr. Teacher .. didn't you tell us to make it in 3 point perspective? Also ... why do I feel like the proportions of your boxes are a bit ... wonky? ^^
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Ash
24d
nice work! I like the little addition as well :P
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@fishiesrcool
Dang, these were tough! I only attempted level 2 on the first hand.
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Ash
2mo
these are great!
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Lenserd martell
That's really difficult! i need more practice!
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Ash
2mo
awesome! I like seeing the thought process and studies here
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Thieum
My level 1 Hands
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Ash
2mo
nice! Very clean
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Emmi McKee
I shall call this piece "Drawing from imagination, only its not how I imagined it" In total honesty I don't fully hate my attempt, though I do wish parts of it would have turned out different. I got into my own head with this project and was overthinking it every step of the way. I think im going to do another attempt to try and get a little more comfortable drawing from imagination (without the overthinking!) side note - Ignore the Blue Jay, its not apart of the project
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Ash
3mo
that horse has great structure!
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Johannes "Hanes" Schiehsl
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Ash
3mo
haha Squidward?! nice process work
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Fatima Almoumen
Hi. This was a fun but challenging exercise and I can see where the lessons come into play. I chose a classical dragon by Andrew Collin I found on Artstation and I found an interesting bug dragon by Art of Sandara on instagram and I though using bugs as a basis for dragons was cool. I did struggle more with the classical dragon than the moth dragon
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Ash
3mo
these look amazing! keep making more dragons
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Lenserd martell
Drawing the face was harder than I thought. I think this part needs more practice.
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Ash
3mo
nice!
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Anna Gorny
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Ash
3mo
this looks really good!
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Mipupu
Attempt before Demo, after Eliza Ivanova
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Ash
3mo
This is really nice!
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Martin Vrkljan
Some of my attempts, shading was done just for fun.
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Ash
4mo
looking good! nice shading too
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Patrick Alexander Büchi
Posting as promised the Charles Dana Gibson studies. It was really fun to get to know a little about such an amaying artist and the way he drew his artworks. If anybody has any thoughts to my drawings please tell me! Always happy to learn new stuff :) Be well
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Ash
4mo
nice!
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Chris
Started pretty rough and I think I got a bit better as I went, not sure though.
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Ash
4mo
you did get better! keep practicing!
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