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Old 04-09-2012, 09:56 PM
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Re: Basic 101: Class1 - Drawing Basics

Ok, class one results.

Lines, circles and chair.

Sorry I'll get my scanner working soon I hope.
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Very well done, Ruth. Please move on to class 2 .
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Re: Basic 101: Class1 - Drawing Basics

These are my exercises, the "spheres" look more 3D like with the cross hatching, I also tried the chair and my lantern using that shading technique but I can't make it look better than a sketch. -I even cross the limit lines- That's why I usually prefer to blend. I am left handed and it is easier for me to do the diagonal lines up to right, but the long ones are straighter than the short ones. It's difficult not to use the wrist in details. the underhand position is good for the long lines but the laid tip makes wide lines that lose definition and makes me try to "force the trace".
I chose the lantern because I can't draw and paint properly the highlights and appearence of glass (a real challenge), but with cross hatching I don't know how to give that effect.

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Andrés - Well done .
Be assured that both "underhand" and "writing" positions are useful: underhand for loose flowing lines, and writing for careful details. As to the direction of the strokes, there is often some misunderstanding on the purpose of this exercise: it is meant to learn your best direction, so that you can turn the paper to get the best results . Drawing realistic textures without blending is done by laying many layers of gentle (cross-)hatching, very closely.
Good job in this class, please move on to class 2 .
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Getting used to changing the way I hold my pencil, I hope to get looser as time goes on!
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Very well done, cardan . Please move on to class 2 .
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Thank you Arnoud for your advice. and yes, I must be patient when looking for the specific darkness in the shadows and avoid excess pressure on the pencil. -close lines and gentle trace-.

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Re: Basic 101: Class1 - Drawing Basics

Hello everyone. I do hope this class is still open,cos I am kind of new here,and don't really know my way around well.
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Re: Basic 101: Class1 - Drawing Basics

[IMG]http://i1129.photobucket.com/albums/m507/HangYourLocalJesus/IMAG0448.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://i1129.photobucket.com/albums/m507/HangYourLocalJesus/IMAG0447.jpg[/IMG]


The links weren't working on my work PC and my computer is down at my house. I'm doing this on my smartphone. Sorry for the problem!
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Well, the links are simply not working, return with a "Page not found" error.
Is this from a private environment of yours, where you need a login? (could be transparent (cookies!), so that you no longer realize it)
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Its from Photobucket, where I posted my last picture from. haha. let me try something else.

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Oakenhorse - Thanks for reposting .
Did you try the different gripping styles, writing and underhand?
I definitely would advice you to start using proper drawing paper, unlined.
You're off to a good start, please move on to class 2 .
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The underhand method was very akward. haha.
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Hey everyone! Hope I'm not too late to join this class.
I used photobucket as CFH for adding images and hope you can see them.




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Nope .
Please use the WetCanvas uploader.
And did you read the "Start Here" thread?
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