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Tsunami
01-24-2008, 07:01 PM
Hello, basically all I have to say is here are some of my avatar sketches. I've had people tell me they are good.
I think they are too but I always find a flaw and hate it. I just started drawing Monday January 14 too.
Surprising how good I am in just 4 days.
I believe my face was http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii59/dhsmiley/foamy.gif when I found out I can draw. XD

All my art is here. I have permission from Pokemon Trainer Sarah to do this. (http://stevensart.webs.com/ )

http://stevensartfeb.webs.com/

Here is the only one so far
http://stevensartfeb.webs.com/febuary1st2nd.htm

MaskedJackal
02-11-2008, 07:45 PM
Pretty good, but I can't really give proper critique because I can't draw. :P

Tsunami
02-11-2008, 07:48 PM
Pretty good, but I can't really give proper critique because I can't draw. :P
Lol thank you.

HEre is today and tomarrows page

http://stevensartfeb.webs.com/february11th12th.htm

I already drew 2 images today.

:D

ChthonicAustrian
02-11-2008, 08:08 PM
You wanted critique, yes?

Well, your drawings seem a little 'flat'. To really liven a drawing up, take some lessons or learn how to do adequate shading to certain parts of the picture, and for the clothing, try to 'ruffle it up', don't make it look like a a bunch of random, bold lines just sitting there, you need to give them definition and texture, even just the side of a pencil can be more than perfect for this.

Your skill at sketching the human anatomy is profound, considering that you are a bit of a rookie so-to speak at drawing, correct?

Also, your jaws of the people seem TOO strong :P

You're still doing nice, just tweak on the little improvements. Practice, practice, practice, Van Gogh didn't become who he is in a day.

Tsunami
02-11-2008, 11:38 PM
You wanted critique, yes?

Well, your drawings seem a little 'flat'. To really liven a drawing up, take some lessons or learn how to do adequate shading to certain parts of the picture, and for the clothing, try to 'ruffle it up', don't make it look like a a bunch of random, bold lines just sitting there, you need to give them definition and texture, even just the side of a pencil can be more than perfect for this.

Your skill at sketching the human anatomy is profound, considering that you are a bit of a rookie so-to speak at drawing, correct?

Also, your jaws of the people seem TOO strong :P

You're still doing nice, just tweak on the little improvements. Practice, practice, practice, Van Gogh didn't become who he is in a day.
-hugs-

Thanks for the advice :D

Emily
02-12-2008, 10:36 AM
Well, your art on a whole is good, but this (http://s191.photobucket.com/albums/z95/Joy-Ride-Sppf/?action=view&current=Picture001-13.jpg) one throws me off a bit. It's alright, but the right leg is a fair bit longer than the left, and makes him look deformed.

Tsunami
02-15-2008, 08:55 PM
Well, your art on a whole is good, but this (http://s191.photobucket.com/albums/z95/Joy-Ride-Sppf/?action=view&current=Picture001-13.jpg) one throws me off a bit. It's alright, but the right leg is a fair bit longer than the left, and makes him look deformed.
Yeah I don't like it at all either O_O

Valentines Day Image here!

http://stevensartfeb.webs.com/february13th14th.htm

Happy Valentines Day btw (late)

Also, its shaded :O

I need to fix Sokkas head XDDDD