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Postby Ibyville » Sun Aug 27, 2017 10:02 pm

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Subject title: Ibyville Sketchbook NSFW (Critique Welcome)

I have not been very involved with other people who also like drawing, this forum seems to be a good place to talk about the subject with different types of artists, for that reason I would like to share my sketchbook, I would love to read your comments.

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Try to draw a character inspired on Irisviel
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Furry thumnails
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Some action costume studies.
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Postby Mandilor » Mon Aug 28, 2017 4:19 am

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Welcome! Always nice to see new folks show their stuff. I like how you've done a few drawings of the same thing. Keep up the good work and keep 'em coming!

 

Postby DRaff210 » Mon Aug 28, 2017 6:03 am

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Welcome to the forum! It's good to see all the practice you're putting in. Make sure to do plenty of studies of rendering basic 3D forms (cubes, cylinders, spheres, etc.); it'll make getting the anatomy down infinitely easier. Keep it up, and I'm looking forward to more!

 

Postby Ibyville » Tue Aug 29, 2017 9:46 pm

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Mandilor wrote:Welcome! Always nice to see new folks show their stuff. I like how you've done a few drawings of the same thing. Keep up the good work and keep 'em coming!


Thank you! I think that drawing the same thing over and over again is a very effective way of practicing, even though it is the one that exhausts me the most.

 

Postby Ibyville » Tue Aug 29, 2017 9:52 pm

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DRaff210 wrote:Welcome to the forum! It's good to see all the practice you're putting in. Make sure to do plenty of studies of rendering basic 3D forms (cubes, cylinders, spheres, etc.); it'll make getting the anatomy down infinitely easier. Keep it up, and I'm looking forward to more!


Thanks for the welcome, the rendering is the skill that is most difficult for me, probably because I do not practice much, but from time to time I like to render simple figures as you say, this is a sample.

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Rendering made with Celsys
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Postby Ibyville » Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:00 pm

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More Sketches from this days some studies, imagination sketches and photo studies.

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Imagination sketches trying to get exaggerate proportions and pushing shapes.
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Photo studies of human figures
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tiun.jpg
Tyon.jpg
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timne.jpg
fueshimas.jpg
jakie.jpg
chuan.jpg
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Postby arodude » Tue Aug 29, 2017 11:19 pm

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A good start! I like how energetic your lines are.They have a good sense of flow which is rare to see. I think it may help to do some photo studies to work on training your eye to draw what you see. As you become better at seeing your design skills when you draw from imagination will also get better. Anyways what's important at your stage is to draw as much as you can!

 

Postby Ibyville » Sat Sep 02, 2017 10:39 pm

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update

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Tentacle technique
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Viloza.jpg
Chatcho.jpg
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Postby Ibyville » Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:11 am

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arodude wrote:A good start! I like how energetic your lines are.They have a good sense of flow which is rare to see. I think it may help to do some photo studies to work on training your eye to draw what you see. As you become better at seeing your design skills when you draw from imagination will also get better. Anyways what's important at your stage is to draw as much as you can!


In fact many of these drawings are attempts to draw what I see from photos, but is that my workflow prevents me from stopping to do a cleaner job, so I hope that with practice my drawings can be more consistent.

 

Postby Ibyville » Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:22 am

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More studies trying to maintain energy but putting a little more precision, I also try to make a stylized illustration but trying to maintain the fundamentals of perspective and placement.

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Attempt 1
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Attempt 2
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Postby Ibyville » Tue Oct 10, 2017 2:52 am

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Some portraits in which it is seen that I have problems to hair placement, drawing poses from refences but in my "style", a character inspired by durarara!!, and some nude figure drawing trying to be more accurate.

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Postby DarkLored123 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 4:50 pm

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Welcome to the forums, it is nice to see artists with the same style interest as me. For your perspective studies I recommend using boxes as a guide, it is a really useful tool and easy to work with. I am looking forward to seeing how you progress!

BTW you can also define forms by using contours, rendering isn't a must but a good thing to do on the side.

 

Postby Ibyville » Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:12 am

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DarkLored123 wrote:Welcome to the forums, it is nice to see artists with the same style interest as me. For your perspective studies I recommend using boxes as a guide, it is a really useful tool and easy to work with. I am looking forward to seeing how you progress!

BTW you can also define forms by using contours, rendering isn't a must but a good thing to do on the side.


Thanks also if you want an art buddie we can talk. Yes, the truth is that the improvement that I saw in your sketches thanks to that you implemented boxes in your drawing was amazing, and if for now I use line for very complex forms, and only practice rendering in simple forms.

 

Postby Ibyville » Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:20 am

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More figures, practicing them helped me understand the rhythms in the anatomy a little more, and the next 3 pieces are a color study from my imagination.

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Postby Ibyville » Sun Oct 22, 2017 1:08 am

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Re-drawing the first critique that Sycra did to one of my drawings, I decided to re-draw every drawing that Sycra has criticized me along the 16 critiques I have received, because I believe that besides paying attention to the critiques, that knowledge must be applied, and it is something that I have wanted to do for some time.

Critique #01
https://youtu.be/xFGoyzftP4s
Critique#02
https://youtu.be/V7reSYS5uJY

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The re-draw ¿Why is the cat there? we will never know
Critique 01
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Critique 02 Re-draw
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Postby Ibyville » Mon Oct 23, 2017 6:59 am

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Re-drawings of critiques 3 and 4

Critique# 03
https://youtu.be/fmmMwV7EvME
Critique# 04
https://youtu.be/2qLlId1AACY

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Critique# 03
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Critique# 04
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Postby Ibyville » Tue Oct 24, 2017 3:51 am

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Critiques 5 to 10 - Head planes, proportions, feature placement, skulls and construction
Critique#05
https://youtu.be/TFSL8-DpW_4
Critique#06
https://youtu.be/R39VlFhLrZA
Critique#07
https://youtu.be/4-2Ua8HPRiY
Critique#08
https://youtu.be/YZQg3Wn3TGY
Critique#09 (Head diagram tutorial)
https://youtu.be/zKuixYA-lrg
Critique#10
https://youtu.be/jDnmBqVFe0M
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Critique# 05
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Critique# 06
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Critique# 07
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Critique# 08
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Critique# 09
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Critique# 10

 

Postby Peteman22 » Wed Oct 25, 2017 1:58 pm

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Good work with the active practice. :D There's nothing I can say that Sycra will have probably said better. Thank you for posting your critique videos. Seeing in depth critiques by professionals on the work of someone who is still learning, is like gold dust.
What are you doing? Stop browsing the forum and get drawing.

Just visit my sketchbook first:

http://www.sycra.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=37212 Come say hello!

 

Postby Ibyville » Thu Oct 26, 2017 1:04 am

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Peteman22 wrote:Good work with the active practice. :D There's nothing I can say that Sycra will have probably said better. Thank you for posting your critique videos. Seeing in depth critiques by professionals on the work of someone who is still learning, is like gold dust.


I`m glad that you have been able to extrapolate the teachings of these critiques to your drawings, although Sycra had to repeat some things over and over, because I was a bad student, hopefully with these practices I will not forget these teachings.

 

Postby Ibyville » Thu Oct 26, 2017 1:16 am

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Today I finished studying the critiques that remained, I think there will be no more for a while, since I am now in direct mentorship with Sycra, but what I will do is publish the assigment that Sycra gives me every month.
Critique# 11
https://youtu.be/wkBqyPKj0d0
Critique# 12
https://youtu.be/GJUMz7Kcnm8
Critique# 13
https://youtu.be/KZGhnb-sWII
Critique# 14
https://youtu.be/t8Rj6ViQKks
Critique# 15
https://youtu.be/2RHC39Nxl8E
Critique# 16
https://youtu.be/b81s1UZxq5k
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Critique# 11
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Critique# 12
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Critique# 13
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Critique# 14
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Critique# 15
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Critique# 16
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