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Hey Jacob, count me in, even if it's just the two of us for now. I'm in the mission now, but still finding a permanent place for July onward.
I agree with folks above. Your sketches are my favorite though, because the pages are always FILLED to the brim.
Where did the day go?
Did another quick one. This is getting addictive... :)
Full disclosure: I used the pen tool to round out the edges.
Haven't done this in a long time. This thread rocks.
A peach, but I'm having trouble with communicating the peachness. Next time, I will post the process too!
Thanks everyone for your wonderful...
I love your rough drawings— I don't know how much time they take but you make it look so simple!
What tools do you use for the pencil sketches?
I love love love your clean linework and pencil sketches! What pencils do you usually use? For example, in something like this:...
The large feet and shoes are great. The heel of the last shoe looks kind of like a thumb... intentional? Anyway, continue posting. There aren't enough pen drawings on this site!
Do you have to go to the store or can I get it online? If it's online, link? I totally want one!
Your energy is contagious. I love your stuff!
Whew, you've nudged me out of lurker status. Your sketchbook is fantastic but what I really love is that you are a good teacher and I enjoy hearing about your process. Please continue posting. I'm...
PS1: Suikoden I, Suikoden II, FFVII, FFVIII, Dragon Warrior VII, Wild Arms, Star Ocean: Till The End of Time
PS2: Xenosaga, Xenosaga II.
Nice stuff, dude. I love the textures and color. I'm going to try the glass/icewater shot in a minute :rendered:
Online games are evil. CS takes up half hour of my life everyday (Of course, it's summer...) 30 mins/day x 100+ days = @(&#
Oh, and UO was the shiznit :donk:
In that you're-too-freakin'-good kinda' way.
If you want a preview of Villpu, here's a pretty recent thread with some of his stuff. I am going to purchase his books from his site in a week or two. :tihi:
Bridgeman is god...and Loomis too. I...
Dude!! IMO, Bridgeman, Loomis, and Villpu form the holy trinity of teaching books (and a bit of Hogarth, but I dunno him). Point it, I've been trying to get a hold of his stuff for SO LONG. Thanks!...
Sir, you are an inspiration!
I do studies sometimes and I'm thinking, 'What the hell more can I do to make this better?!' and then I check back on your thread and I'm like, 'Oh...'
Wow! What an improvement...!
Keep going with this, your technique is tightening up, as I'm sure you already know ;D Are the last two posts with or without reference?
Keep drawing! The cool thing about hands is that there's always an easy reference. Study the anatomy a bit before you delve into a drawing of your own hand. Read what Bridgeman and Loomis have to say...
I seriously wonder how much time will pass before this thread is locked/deleted. :zzz: Fine, madster is really harsh with his...
When I have these extensive arguments with my friends, it never works out. After awhile, you just have to agree to disagree. Honestly, you're right. If you have a friendship going, don't jeapordize...
Works for me! Looks nice.
Keep updating =D
Good stuff, man. Slowing down and drawing a LOT (from life, if possible) is really the best advice any beginner can get. Specifically, MagicMan covered the big parts. It's good to...
Wrong!! Photos are distorted! Drawing from life = most accurate representation of whatever you're trying to draw!!
Darkvision, nice attempt and keep posting. Work from reference or, even better,...