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LoveStory10 03-10-2010 08:40 AM

New drawings! What do you think?
 
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Well these are the first ones Ive done so far... not that great but I like them. Any tips on how I can better them, or any comments?

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Thanx,

Dani

azarni 03-10-2010 12:38 PM

Cute! I'd say the next step would be to start shading them.

LoveStory10 03-10-2010 01:04 PM

Thank you... do you know how I can get the legs and hooves right? Thats kinda hard...

Dani

speedy da fish 03-10-2010 02:24 PM

i really like them, proportionally they are very good :) and i can see a likeness to Love Story. maybe you should try shading them or adding colour.

Amlalriiee 03-10-2010 03:04 PM

They look good, the next step is to start adding some detail. You have the basic shapes right, but if you start giving it more of the "sketching" look and start with shading and such like the person above said, you could really make some good improvements!

The legs look good, I think you need to maybe make the hooves a little bigger? Or look at the shape more carefully. Much better than I can draw though. (I only draw stick people and stick horses) haha

Equusketch 03-10-2010 03:32 PM

Off to a good start. The horses look generally proportional, so that's a plus...Love the expression on the head shot. Even for a basic drawing, you managed to catpure the horse's personality well. As with what everyone said above, start experimenting with shading look for the darker aspects of the photo and try to play with shading and altering the firmness of your pencil strokes.

As for hooves, you picked a very challenging angle to draw hooves from. I'd practice drawing from photographs of the side of the horse, not angled towards the camera. You may also want to find pictures of just the horse's legs and draw them at a larger scale for practice to get the shapes down.

Hope this helps. Can't wait to see more of your work. :)


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