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Postby feremiev » Fri Jun 24, 2011 10:07 am

I have painted for some time, but im still having a problem, sometimes i see some wonderfull images in my mind, and would like to be able to reproduce them exactly as how i see them, but when i start to draw something happen, and get in my way to achive wath i desire, so if any of you can recommend me a book, or some exercices that could help me to achive that, would thank you, i dont have any art studies(at least not something so deep).

I would share some of the pictures i have made.
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Re: some feedback

Postby feremiev » Fri Jun 24, 2011 10:09 am

and thanks again for your help
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Postby ehoeveler » Fri Jun 24, 2011 6:34 pm

All of these images are great!
I'm assuming that you now want to draw or paint them.
It will take some time to develop
the eye-to-hand coordination for drawing or painting.
It is also good if you try to remember your image instead
of making your eye go back between the image and
the drawing pad. Some would disagree with what I just
said but find a way that is most comfortable for you.
Also, if you make a mistake while drawing
it is harder to correct that mistake than if
you would, using a graphics software program.
I say, keep practicing - it will come!
Also, don't worry about mistakes. Sometimes
'mistakes' can lead you to a new idea or even
make your drawing look better!
Lastly, relax. Play some music or turn on the TV.
Just get into a relaxed state of mind - this should be fun!!
It'll happen for you! 'Best, E.
PS, I love that little bee sitting on a flower petal!
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Postby feremiev » Sat Jun 25, 2011 2:39 am

ehoeveler wrote:All of these images are great!
I'm assuming that you now want to draw or paint them.
It will take some time to develop
the eye-to-hand coordination for drawing or painting.
It is also good if you try to remember your image instead
of making your eye go back between the image and
the drawing pad. Some would disagree with what I just
said but find a way that is most comfortable for you.
Also, if you make a mistake while drawing
it is harder to correct that mistake than if
you would, using a graphics software program.
I say, keep practicing - it will come!
Also, don't worry about mistakes. Sometimes
'mistakes' can lead you to a new idea or even
make your drawing look better!
Lastly, relax. Play some music or turn on the TV.
Just get into a relaxed state of mind - this should be fun!!
It'll happen for you! 'Best, E.
PS, I love that little bee sitting on a flower petal!


thanks for your tips, right now im reading a wonderfull book called, drawing with the right side of the
ain, and it helped me a lot to achieve more realistic paints, but it only works(until now) with something i am watching, but most of my art came from images i see on my mind, when im dreaming, or when i enter in some kind of extacis when listening to clasical music, but when i start to draw the image i see, it just starts to fade, and its more and more dificil to paint it, i think i need to practice more, and concentrate more to keep the image that pops up in my mind after i start drawing it.
i would take your recommendation of practice more, i need to do that, and thanks again.
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Itconcur

Postby mcsketcher » Mon Jun 27, 2011 2:57 pm

These are great images. As far as being able to draw whats in your head, that just takes practice and a lot of looking for the small victories. When I started, I actually used porn mags. Theres a huge source of models in a variety of positions. I would never let myself look at the picture while I drew it though. I would close the mag. If I ever needed to go back and look I would allow that, but not while actually drawing. This is applicable to anything though. Architecture, landscapes, anything. It's actually turned into something I think about all the time. I'm always assessing the way light reflects off things, perspective, etc everywhere i go and everything I look at. Definitely, learn how to use your mistakes. Mistakes are the
eeding ground for innovation. I once had a friend that told me 90% of art is learning how to fix your screw ups. Keep going, you're on the right path and nice work.
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Re: Itconcur

Postby feremiev » Mon Jun 27, 2011 9:18 pm

mcsketcher wrote:These are great images. As far as being able to draw whats in your head, that just takes practice and a lot of looking for the small victories. When I started, I actually used porn mags. Theres a huge source of models in a variety of positions. I would never let myself look at the picture while I drew it though. I would close the mag. If I ever needed to go back and look I would allow that, but not while actually drawing. This is applicable to anything though. Architecture, landscapes, anything. It's actually turned into something I think about all the time. I'm always assessing the way light reflects off things, perspective, etc everywhere i go and everything I look at. Definitely, learn how to use your mistakes. Mistakes are the
eeding ground for innovation. I once had a friend that told me 90% of art is learning how to fix your screw ups. Keep going, you're on the right path and nice work.


its an interesting tip, and i think its gonna work, im going to try it, thank you.
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Postby nigelartist » Mon Jul 04, 2011 2:06 pm

Beautiful, colourful images.

Again, remind me of Dali's Surrealistic artworks.
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Re: some feedback

Postby sablewand » Sun Dec 02, 2012 4:07 pm

Wonderfull work! Not all have such a gift as yours. To have. An image that is trully yours is a gift indeed. I love all of your work you showed here. With practice your images will take the form You desire and remember.
~Every day that I am able to make my art, is a good day indeed~ DeVonna
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Re: some feedback

Postby feremiev » Sun Dec 02, 2012 5:03 pm

Sablewand thanks a lot for your words, they came in a moment when I'm questioning myself about following this dream of becoming an artist... I hope things in the end work, your words are kind and help me :)
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Re: some feedback

Postby Amigone » Tue Dec 04, 2012 2:54 pm

You know what you do? You draw like, every day. Like, every freaking day.

Oh, and accept that your art will never be perfect. It will only ever be the best you can possibly do at that moment and time.

I dig that bee. Made me giggle.
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Re: some feedback

Postby Amigone » Tue Dec 04, 2012 2:57 pm

Also, there is no shame in using reference pictures. People who have been at this for decades still use them. Why? Becuase the human brain is stupid and really has like no idea what things look like in real life.
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Re: some feedback

Postby tulabstract » Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:43 pm

you are very artistic and have a good imagination!
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Re: some feedback

Postby rhknigh » Sat Apr 13, 2013 9:47 pm

I like your artwork a lot! Please keep making more of it. Everyone uses a reference, whether it be memory or other.
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Re: some feedback

Postby prezus33 » Mon Feb 09, 2015 1:52 pm

I like the images..especially the mermaid one. The colors blend together well.
You just have to remember, that even with the best training, no one will ever be perfect. You can also draw something new everday.
Play music. Relax and most of all, have fun. :)
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Re: some feedback

Postby feremiev » Mon Feb 09, 2015 4:02 pm

Wow its being quite some time since i checked this page, it was nice to see it again, and visit my previous work.

Thanks prezus33 for your comments, the mermaid is also my favority drawing of all time, here i will put the latest version i made of her, and also some of the latests drawigns.

All my draws are made using the ipad and my finger, i dont have that much knowledge of photoshop and the more sofisticated tools.
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