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    Daily Sketch Thread

    A lot of people don't realize the intense amount of practice that is required to draw well. But it is intense. And I need a lot more practice. Artists aren't just born able to draw well, that's silly :P

    I thought it would be a cool idea to start a daily sketch thread. You want to improve your drawing skills? hurah! It's not magic, sit down and draw. Practice. Your first drawings won't be amazing, but you'll get way better.

    I am very bad at practicing drawing :P I really should. So lets get this started. Sit down each day and spend 30 minates or so on some quick sketches and post them.

    we can have an art discussion!
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    stop whining. Make life your bitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonitorMeisha View Post
    I do like to draw but mostly just anime stuff.

    Is that okay? If it is I'd like to try it. Well when I have time.
    Yeah! Go for it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie O'Donnell View Post
    I cant sketch.. I just can't. I hate drawing something and then seeing how ugly it is, and my sketches are ugly.

    I can draw real drawings that take hours to finish but sketches, no.


    Anyway, I mostly posted here to have it subscribe to my user CP.
    I feel that way too. I am good at final paintings but my sketches are no good. I want to get very good at sketching--like Derrek Hess:

    http://www.webslingerz.com/jonz/imag.../original1.jpg
    http://i54.photobucket.com/albums/g1.../051805-hr.jpg

    He does all sortsa wicked sketches.
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    And psssstttt. The only way to get better at drawing is to beat though all the bad sketches you'll do in the begining.

    I found a really helpful site, just now actually: http://www.posemaniacs.com/

    of seriously THOUSANDS of poses. It's AMAZING. If you want to get better at drawing the human figure, this is definaly the place.

    (I am having a drawing marathon of sorts tonight, as I don't have much homework at all)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie O'Donnell View Post
    Wow those are amazing.
    Maybe I'll do some drawing tonight
    There is an even better section on that site, it's called 30 second drawing, it's a link on the side.

    Have you ever done gesture drawing? The whole idea is that you are to draw an entire pose in a short period of time, which forces you to get the entire figure down quickly and express the entire movement of the body with very little lines and practicing this a lot really does improve your skills.

    I am going to start doing 10 minates of it every evening. Who can't spare 10 minates? that's 20 poses. yay.

    It's incredably frustrating at first, but you'll get way better at it.
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    More from today:

    The better sketches out of the 30 I did. 30 second poses each.

    http://i35.tinypic.com/2db5u1l.jpg
    http://i38.tinypic.com/2cqic6q.jpg

    ahaha, how I feel after so much drawing:
    http://i38.tinypic.com/dxy5pw.jpg
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    I always lose my confidence when I get a bad drawing and never want to draw again. I haven't been practicing as I should. I'm going to do this.

    Day One

    http://i217.photobucket.com/albums/c.../sketchone.jpg

    http://i217.photobucket.com/albums/c...sketchone2.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Go-GoBoots View Post
    I always lose my confidence when I get a bad drawing and never want to draw again. I haven't been practicing as I should. I'm going to do this.

    Day One

    http://i217.photobucket.com/albums/c.../sketchone.jpg

    http://i217.photobucket.com/albums/c...sketchone2.jpg
    I think it's best to just put it aside and start another when that happens. laaaa. I really like your study though, especially the head in the upper left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishface4000 View Post
    I'm in. Although I don't always have access to a camera to post them here, but I'll post as often as I can.
    Yay. I am working on today's now. This is going to take diligence!
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    Day Two:

    All my gestures sucked. So I just did a more finished drawing. I really do need a better scanner. This makes the shading look so grainy and lame.

    http://i33.tinypic.com/21do0af.jpg
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