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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Level 1 I struggled to simplify pose 3 into boxes. I'm looking forward to watching the upcoming demo!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
I experimented with the method Marco recommends in the video. It was fun! However, I think I failed to make the colors cool. Any suggestions and critiques are welcome!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Thank you so much for the critique as well as the detailed demos!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Watching how you analyze each angle is really helpful. Thank you for the demonstration!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
I thought the project was simple and easy, but it was actually so hard! It's difficult to find the correct angles and make proportions good at the same time. I'll watch the demo and try again. Critiques are always welcome!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Intermediate Challenge I painted a plaster head of Venus de Milo that my grandmother used to learn drawing in a teacher's school 75 or more years ago. The first one I painted at midnight was lightened with a pale ceiling light almost right above while the light source in the second was weak environmental(indirect) sunlight coming from windows. I used multiply to create shadow parts and then added reflected light with the screen layer. I tried painting from life this time. It was challenging because it kept changing!
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Stan Prokopenko
Congratulations to all the winners! This was a very difficult one to judge because there were way more amazing submissions than prizes. And if I counted correctly, there are 105 prizes... We will be adding all the digital prizes to your accounts within the next few days. For those that won prizes that require shipping, we will reach out to you. Day 1 Figure Fundamental Courses - @Hanna Looye, @Vue Thao, @Derek Austin Proko Model Packs - @Martin Dubček , @Archie chrisanthou, @Peter Orojan, @Beican Gao, @tofsel Small Wacom Intuos Wireless Tablet - @Rubens Araujo Day 2 How to Draw Fantasy Female Figures Course - @garan OLO Marker Zorn Set Signed by Stan - @lynzendra Mermaid Reference Bundle - @benjaminvictor, @Lil FatWombat, @Arnav Khalkho, @Johannes Schiehsl, @astridlr Day 3 Anatomy for Artists (Arms) Course Parts - @Archie chrisanthou, @pmak22, @Latari V☠ Proko Hand Reference Packs - @Jim Papaioannou, @Hanna Looye, @klaibee, @Bria, @Manuel Piedra Small Wacom Intuos Wireless Tablet - @Makoto Yasumasa Day 4 Block In Course - @DreamMist Portrait Fundamental Course - @Hélder Vinícius, @Tajih Phelps Proko Skulls - @Cesar Barcenas, @ariart18 Portraits and Expressions Reference Bundle - @Maryna Tkachenko, @Al Pinu', @Cecilia Stagni Day 5 Viking Model Pack vo1 - @cumpas, @Jean-Daniel Bouvet, @dalonghu Viking Model Pack vo2 - @Bryce Verket, @Gannon Beck, @Kenny Tafoya Barbarian Vol1 - @Joseph Osley, @onkelpedro, @Nate Barbarian Vol2 - @Moses Lee, @Matt Tsui, @loes roos Small Wacom Intuos Wireless Tablet - @Steve Lenze Day 6 Torso Parts from Anatomy for Artists Course - @onkelpedro, @David Martinez, @Alexis Riviere Arms Parts from Anatomy for Artists Course - @David Campbell, @klaibee, @Joseph Osley Legs Parts from Anatomy for Artists Course - @megreet, @mua, @Antti Kallinen Anatomy Study Reference Bundles from Grafit - @Merrill Hutchison, @Johannes Schiehsl, @Shannon Stone Proko Skull - @dalonghu Day 7 Templar Model Packs - @Maryna Tkachenko, @Tate Green Scythian vol. 1 Model Packs - @Kyle Mjoen, @icosah Warlord Model Packs - @Moses Lee, @soso17970 Medium Wacom Intuos Wireless Tablet - @Marco Sordi OLO Marker Zorn Set Signed by Stan - @Gannon Beck Day 8 Figure Fundamental Courses - @Rubens Araujo, @Vlad Mok, @heather08 Proko Model Packs - @Vue Thao, @carlosrdzart, @Tori Tempo, @Rüdiger Weghaupt, @illarstration Small Wacom Intuos Wireless Tablet - @arnaud defaye Day 9 Proko skull - @Veronika Zasadna Medium Wacom Intuos Wireless Tablet - @Jabin Portraits and Expressions Reference Bundle - @JASON WILLIAMS, @Jean-Daniel Bouvet, @Sikandar Kashfi Portraits Study - Light & Emotion Vol. 3 Model Pack - @Kyle Mjoen Portraits Study - Light & Emotion Vol. 2 Model Pack - @bhavanichamarti Day 10 Drawing Basics Courses - @Tori Tempo, @Sarah Rivera, @mariartsy Wizard Model Pack - @Veronika Zasadna, @Miko Signed Grey Marker OLO set - @Sinem Kıymaz Day 11 Drawing Basics Courses - @lynzendra, @mac hewitt, @leel Proko Model Packs - @David Campbell, @anonymouscrow, @saschu Proko Skull - @Matt Tsui Day 12 Creating a Comic Page Course - @Gannon Beck, @Makoto Yasumasa, @Eric A Comic Poses - Female & Male Pack - @JASON WILLIAMS, @Steve Lenze, @Olena Voronina Fighting Pose Reference Bundle - @Ricardo Martinez, @aral, @Konrad Słodowicz
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Congratulations to the winners!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
10 minutes. The figures I drew look stiff today. Maybe I was too nervous about proportions. I had to exaggerate the movement more. The timer function is really useful for daily exercises!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
15 minutes for each. As a beginners, I should've taken more time to draw structure shapes carefully.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
5 minutes, 15 minutes, and 35 minutes. I tried doing thumbnail sketches with Copic makers and brush pens. Analyzing shadow and light in a short time was incredibly complex and it made me rushed, but I enjoyed it.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Some 2 minutes sketches and two 30 minutes practice. Ahh, I need to learn how to draw heads seriously next year.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Five 5 minutes gestures and some 1 minute ones. I practice gesture sketches as daily exercises, but it's never been easy! When I use charcoal lines often look wobbly. Maybe I grip it too hard.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
I tried to render shadows and reflections on metal plates but messed it up! (5 minutes for sketching and 20 minutes for rendering with markers.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
10 minutes each. I focused on one area at the same time. For some reason hatching I drew to indicates plane changes looks like hair. I'd like to know how to improve/fix it.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Four 5 minutes sketches and one 40 minutes lay-in, but became like a sketch in the end.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
25 minutes is too short for measuring carefully! I also tend to make faces too wide every time I practice layin.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Thank you for the video and the comment on my assignment!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
I hope I can draw hands well by...2030?
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
I feel I have to learn how to draw arms and hands next year!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
I'm not very satisfied with the result but was fun!
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