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post #1 of Old 03-21-2016, 05:03 AM Thread Starter
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Smile newbies sketchbook

hello everybody,
i am new here
in first , want to say good forum, and thanks to add me in this community
and little about me
i'm 40 years old , and always wanted to know or learn how to draw,
now i have the time to realize this wish , work not take time like before
i started learn to draw may be 1 year and half by myself (no school or university, something
what i found on the web and trying to understand
how is it works)
so still no big picture drawing only little doodles about what i understood
if there sketchbook so decided to post here my tryings , will be appreciate
about advise if i go in good way
PS:about my English not very good , sorry , mostly using french )
and question- trying to post image from mobile phone?? someone helps me how to do it ???

http://imgur.com/fc5dWyg
http://imgur.com/2rOklAc
http://imgur.com/ctU8B7M
http://imgur.com/jViQBht
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post #2 of Old 03-21-2016, 07:39 AM
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Hello! Welcome to the forum! It is so nice to have you!

Do not worry about your English. Please believe you speak much better English than I do French!

I will leave the loading pictures conversation to those more tech savvy than myself.

Your sketches show promise. I suggest you might want to branch out and do things other than comic book type pieces, unless these are your characters and comic books are what you wish to do.

Okay, I can do this,....I am an,....arrr, ....arrr,.....artist!

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thanks Susan for reply , see comics easier that life drawings but to go in life drawing still need to improve my skill in this way , and happy with comics because was done in my way without looking for image almost with cat,dog and wolf, did good proportions without grids , hope my life drawing will be better, your drawing is amazing still like me with shading need to learn , still have no courage to do self portraits
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Welcome to the Forum!

Your proportions are very good which is surprising and the hardest thing to master for beginning artists. Do you have a goal in mind?(like a particular style and medium) Drawing from pictures is a great way to learn before you transition to life drawing. I still have a hard time life drawing and need more practice.

Keep up the good work!
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post #5 of Old 03-21-2016, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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Hi Tunder93
Yes , i have the but to be good in portraits and animals drawing,
i know it is a hard way , and i already started so no turn away)

about medium i like graffit and coloured pencils , dont know why don't like computer drawing , may in future will try charocal, watercolour, for the moment medium i am using i can get it everywhere ))
for style i think to early to think ,with proportions, shading and perspective need to work , so have time to think )
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Welcome to the forum Daisyfree. Your sketches are really good. You have a lot of talent.
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Thank you Terry, lot of talent ? to exaggerate, mostly a hard work- talent only 5% and 95% the work)

And trying faces from the mind
mostly focused on proportions so with details will work specilly with hair
http://imgur.com/3zdeld6 here with shading also need work
http://imgur.com/jj8wGmf
http://imgur.com/wJl0B2e
last with neck ....aaaaaagr....
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post #8 of Old 03-23-2016, 08:17 AM
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The eyes in these drawings are very expressive. Wonderful work.
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post #9 of Old 03-23-2016, 12:16 PM
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Some more nice drawings Daisy! Could you possibly put them into the post as images instead of links please.. Makes it a lot harder to have to go looking for them!
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post #10 of Old 03-23-2016, 12:44 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks Terry, passed many hours to practice eyes, now it comes automatically

Thanks Bushcraftonfire
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understood, only to do *attachments* and it is into advanced option )
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