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Postby Belu » Sat Jan 11, 2020 6:38 am

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Subject title: Critic my drawings

Hi I am 15 Artist I want to be a professional concept artist and I am looking for a feed back (other than use unlined paper) on what should I work on and how I can improve my work
Your critic will be valuable for me .
Thank you


Postby Iksnerogib » Sat Jan 11, 2020 5:57 pm

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Your drawings look promising.
But also looks like they are missing structure and planning.
You also have the tendency to draw the eye that's on the right side of the paper bigger than the other.

I would suggest reading "Figure Drawing for All It's Worth" from Andrew Loomis, and learning "standard" proportions and mannequinization from it.
Maybe you're not looking for standard proportions, but they are the base for anything else.

You can find the pdf everywhere online, but I suggest buying the physical book if you can.
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Postby svarn » Sat Jan 11, 2020 9:38 pm

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That's pretty good for such a young age :) Especially the 2nd drawing.
You're on a right track to your goals.

I'd highly recommend using paper with no lines. You could buy some cheap sketchbook or even use print paper.


Postby merukit » Sun Jan 12, 2020 4:53 am

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maybe work on drawing more than just head + shoulders if you want to become a concept artist. when you work on drawing whole figures try to keep design and overall shape in mind. also try to draw faces more angled, not just front on or slightly rotated (try a side view, or try to see how a character looks from the back or top or angled in another direction). if that paper is normal lined paper your drawings also may be a little small, try to draw something bigger to make sure you understand exactly how each part is supposed to look at any size. errors are less noticeable when the over all piece is smaller.

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