My learning sketchbook
Kaiserek last edited by
Hi everyone, greetings from Poland!
I've been looking at this forum for some time now and seeing tons of really beautiful artwork here. So, I've finally found some courage to start posting my work. My drawing skills are weak (especially compared to other artist here), but I hope that I will improve over time. I will be posting sketches and exercises from online courses, including SVS. :)
So, today I have two pieces to share:
- Organic forms from Dynamic Sketching.
- Line of action exercise from Alex Woo class on Gesture Drawing.
Feel free to critique if you like! Every help is appreciated!
Bobby Aquitania last edited by
Welcome! Alex Woo? I'm jealous... Schoolism and Bobby Chiu are amazing... good luck in your course, I look forward to your progress.
carlossketches last edited by
@Kaiserek welcome and thanks for posting.
I myself am re-learning line of action. here's some good tips I found in this article: http://design.tutsplus.com/tutorials/quick-tip-the-line-of-action-make-your-character-poses-more-dynamic--vector-5554
Stephanie Hider last edited by
I am in the process of learning actionable poses and expressions as well. Welcome and the first images are great very organic.
Dulcie last edited by
Welcome @Kaiserek! Glad to have you here with us. Your work looks great! Both really useful exercises and nicely executed :-)
bharris last edited by
Wow, I feel like a bad student, need to be doing this stuff more. It will improve you from the ground up and there is no better way to build up your skill!
Damien Rambacher last edited by
@Kaiserek Welcome! I like your gesture sketches, do you set a time limit when doing these, like 30 seconds per sketch or something?