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Back to basics and simplicity

Postby cwatkinson » July 21st, 2017, 12:27 pm

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Oay so seeing everyone growth and development as well as some great sketches plain and simple, it has made it obvious to me that this is a skill set that i have let slide over the years. And my muscle memory for drawing has gone some what away. SO like many of you i will use this medium to try and force my self to improve, and also to go back to a stage where i found doing sketching to be therapeutic and relaxing. Now considering my age and how out of shape i am, i have decided to take er slow :lol:
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Re: Back to basics and simplicity

Postby MoShake » November 7th, 2017, 3:44 pm


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CoulnĀ“t agree more with "Therapeutic and relaxing "
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Hand made sketch. More pressure for the next time = )

Re: Back to basics and simplicity

Postby MoShake » November 7th, 2017, 4:10 pm


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more hand drawn sketches
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Changed the pen...

Re: Back to basics and simplicity

Postby MoShake » November 10th, 2017, 4:51 pm


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This replicated sketches appear in a book called "Sketching the Basics, from Koos Eissen & Roselien Steur " .

A therapeutic time drawing these ones.
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Re: Back to basics and simplicity

Postby MoShake » November 10th, 2017, 5:00 pm


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Don't remember the exact source of the references but...here are more "back to Basics and simpliticty".
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A year old excercise.. or so.


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