Feb2020 Doodles

4:48 AM, Sunday March 1st 2020

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Lots of studies and doodles I did during February. Special thanks to artists: Vu Nguyrn, Jeremy Fenske and Anton Fadeev for creating such amazing artwork to do studies from.

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11:01 AM, Sunday March 1st 2020

Super nice sketchings. Where can I find the original artworks? :)

How long do you sketch?

I just started and think I'm never be able to draw things like that.

3:42 PM, Monday March 2nd 2020

Hey man thanks for the positive feedback.

Original artworks are on ArtStation. Here are some links to the artists page.


https://www.artstation.com/shant (This guy is incredible)



Some of the those drawings took 45 min - 1 hour. Get base shapes in and focus on composition. Then work out lighting. Lastly, focus on details. Detailing usually takes the longest.

I have been at this, seriously (2-3 hours a night), for a year and half now. Just remember it's a marathon not a sprint. Some days I have success, some days the corner of my studio is filled with crumpled paper. Keep following the DaB exercises and it will come. Don't give up and keep going.

4:20 PM, Thursday March 5th 2020

Super nice words, thanks!

I think I will continue the "homework" from lesson 1 now. ^^

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