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Old 01 January 2009   #1
Sketchbook Thread of WildBrew

Hi. I think it is time to start my sketchbook thread.

15 minutes Sketchathon.

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Old 01 January 2009   #3
Hi there and welcome.
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Old 01 January 2009   #4
Copy from the book "Constructive Anantomy" by G. Bridgman.
 
Old 01 January 2009   #5
Thank you Rebecca. Anatomy lessons in forums encourages me in my painting.

Studies from the book "Digital Character Design and Painting" by Don Seegmiller.




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Old 01 January 2009   #6
Studies of animal, from the book "The art of animal drawing" by Ken Hultgren.


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Old 01 January 2009   #7
Hi, there's some nice work here, I like the last two studies especially.
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Old 01 January 2009   #8
Morlankey: thank you. It pleases me to know that you like some of my studies.
Some copies from the book "Art nouveau ornament"


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Old 01 January 2009   #9
Nice Portraits and Patterns too.
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Old 01 January 2009   #10
Studies from Anatomy Lesson Series: The Head. Head001.
 
Old 01 January 2009   #11
hi Svetlana,
do you go/ or have you any opportunity to go to any art course/school?
your digital painting/Photoshop skills seem to be pretty good -
and - if you had any chance of how to improve your own style/drawing skills a bit too,
I am sure you could do really nice works ..
did you try - for example - to draw your own ornametns? or - some life drawings?
I am sure you could do it too, and - IŽd be curious about
a.
 
Old 01 January 2009   #12
Alena, thanks for your words.
The reason why I am here is to try to improve my skills. During last four years I was visiting The City Art Shool, but that shool looks like hobby class for adult. What did we do there? We drew still lifes with pencils or goauche and drew parts of head. With time I understood that I learned there all what I could.
There is The Academy of Design and Art for young students here, but it is a full time education with lots of additional and general subject, which have nothing to do with drawing and painting. And I don't need them.
If you know something about soviet education system, you'll understand me better.
All what I can do in digital painting is a result of self-education. And, to my mind, this process is so slow.
It is difficult for me to draw someting my own or from my mind, I need references.
So, I am here and follow Rebecca's advices and lessons.
 
Old 01 January 2009   #13
Hi!

Nice digital work.
Any traditional drawings/paintings?
Would love to see those
 
Old 01 January 2009   #14
NR43: thank you.

Here are some of traditional drawing which I did in art school a year ago.




 
Old 01 January 2009   #15
Wow!!

Its hard to believe that these are 2d sketches . . looks like real objects!
 
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