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Daily Sketches – Master Studies 1

By November 30, 2018 No Comments

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I love master studies. Find a drawing, painting or design you admire and sketch it. Figure out why you admire it. Analyze what the artist did. And build your sketching skills. Currently, I try to start each practice session with a warm-up master study.

This group of master sketches focuses on robots. Beyond the general theme of “Hey, cool robots!” there isn’t a lot that links them together. I just liked what I saw and had a lot of fun exploring them. You can find links to the original images (along with about 1,000 other images) in this Pinterest board.

Quick study sketch of a K-250 action figure from Star Wars: Rogue 1.

Quick study sketch of a K-250 action figure from Star Wars: Rogue 1.

Sketches of robot illustrations by Takehiko Hoashi and Ian McQue.

Sketches of robot illustrations by Takehiko Hoashi and Ian McQue.

Quick pencil sketches of a 3D model from CGChips.com and a robot concept from Vincent Lebocy.

Quick pencil sketches of a 3D model from CGChips.com and a robot concept from Vincent Lebocy.

Quick sketch of "Robot" by Victor Hugo Sousa.

Quick sketch of “Robot” by Victor Hugo Sousa.

Quick sketch of a droid from Star Wars: the Force Awakens.

Quick sketch of a droid from Star Wars, the Force Awakens.

Quick sketch of a robot concept by Pump.

Quick sketch of a robot concept by Bump.

Quick sketches of "Eddie" by Paul Braddock and a Protectron robot from Fallout 4.

Quick sketches of “Eddie” by Paul Braddock and a Protectron robot from Fallout 4.