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  06 June 2006
Sketchbook Thread of Armians

Hello,
First of all sorry for my bad english (it's not my national language )
I want to learn how to draw humans and human like creatures and thought this is graet place to get some good critique ant tips about my work.
Normaly I'm working with 3D, but love sketching monsters and all kind of creatures and warriors/fighters.
I think, I should start learning from drawing heads,so joined 50 portraits thread.
Here are my first heads:


And these are my yesterday's drawings:


These are the heads from all kind of mum's magazines

Looking forward to hearing some thoughts from you guys
 
  06 June 2006
And who do I see here Welcome to the forum. My main suggestion about the drawings would be to watch the proportions more carefully. Hey and do master copies. Btw, join the anatomy lesson series.

Good luck with your future drawings.
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  06 June 2006
Oh, hi raz Thanks. Besides, I've already joined The anatomy lesson series
 
  06 June 2006
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Armians,

Welcome! Lovely to see your sketches, and I look forward to many more. I see you and razz know one another? Very cool. Always nice to see friends on the forum.

Cheers,

~Rebeccak
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  07 July 2006
Rebeccak, thanks. Well I wouldn't call us good friends or smth, we just know each other from lithuaninian CG forum, wich is very tiny compared with this one.
 
  07 July 2006
One more head for anatomy lesson series. This time the popular one

I think I draw them to little, so it's very hard to shade
 
  07 July 2006
Here goes an other one:

Maybe something's wrong with the proportions and lips, but damn! this is the best head I've ever drawn
 
  07 July 2006
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The Last head is really Impressive!.

keep em coming , hope to see lots of great stuff from u.

cheers

Siju
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  07 July 2006
Yup, they're really getting better. So keep up the good work. I'll be watching.

Ever tried drawing with a hard pencil? Any from H? Maybe you'll find it more comfortable. Althought it might be just my preference.
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  07 July 2006
Thanks, Thomasphoenix and raz

Well, I always draw with 2B pencil, but I think I'll try something with H on the other head
 
  07 July 2006
This is 2H pencil:

(ref - 081)
Well, for me 2B is better for shading, but drawing details with 2H is much comfortable So I think I'll start using both of them
 
  07 July 2006
Yeah they're a great combination. O drew with 2H and 3B some time ago. But I really need the detail, so changed the 3B to a mechanical pencil. That's the thing, I tell you!!

How long does it take you to draw these heads?

Maybe it's just me again, but I don't see why you should shade the background. Well, not now maybe. Don't leave a white spot on the head (except the lighest lights) and it will have a good contrast. I may be wrong though...
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  07 July 2006
Thanks for the tips, raz
It tooks ~ 30 minutes to draw one head. Why I should shade the background? Hmm.. I don't know It just looks better for me
 
  07 July 2006
Armians,

Lovely improvement here! Keep up the good work.

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~Rebeccak
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  07 July 2006
Thanks Rebecca!
Well.. one more:

I hate his hairs!
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