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    SketchBook: XIXXXIII: 27 years, one month and 12 days

    @Aragah: Thanks for the encouragement!
    @Alantyn: Thank you! Let's see if I can present something in a bigger scale to satiate your desire...

    Ok, so I get a call from my mum, who's been working as...
  2. Thread: .... Sketchbook

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    SketchBook: Hi, you really don't need to point out that the...

    Hi, you really don't need to point out that the first updates are old, because they're still very good. You have a strong grasp of shape and volume, which mainly is hindered by sheer technical...
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    SketchBook: XIXXI: 27 years and one month

    This week has been failure and procrastination. I've mostly worked with script-writing back and forth, and read up on latex make-up techniques for my sisters birthday-masquerade last weekend. But I...
  4. Thread: Fletcher's sbook

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    SketchBook: It's really fun to see you dabble so playfully...

    It's really fun to see you dabble so playfully with different mediums and concepts. I especially like the shapes. It may seem like pure tactile stimulation, but it really is a nice display of...
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    SketchBook: XIXIII : 27 years and 22 days

    More good ol' fashion sketching this week, as well as "slightly" more polished concepts. I've joined the third instalment of an anthology-project featuring erotic comics, and the last two images is...
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    SketchBook: Very nice indeed. The first pieces has a lovely...

    Very nice indeed. The first pieces has a lovely European comic feel to them. Your poses come out a bit rigid sometimes. I wonder if you could apply the same sense of form and shape in your hand...
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    SketchBook: XIIXXXVI : 27 years and 15 days

    Nothing digital this week. Mostly just sketching, with or without reference. Fell of the wagon there for a while, but all those faces are done with referential images, so it's not entirely abysmal.
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    SketchBook: Very inspirational sketchbook! Thank you very...

    Very inspirational sketchbook! Thank you very much for sharing your workflow :)
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    SketchBook: Hi, good stuff with a lot of promise! I will...

    Hi, good stuff with a lot of promise! I will critique away as requested!

    My advice regards the card holding gentleman and it would simply be to draw more from reference, even if you'd rather make...
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    SketchBook: XIIXXVIII : 27 years and 7 days

    @adelanta, @jdem: Thanks for stopping by and providing encouragement! :)

    XIIXXVIII : 27 years and 7 days.

    This week has been exploring different means to produce perspective aids. I usually...
  11. Thread: Damn, Dman

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    SketchBook: I love the inked legs above. The variations of...

    I love the inked legs above. The variations of line width really define the volume. And it all has a lovely old-fashioned sport-comics kind of feel to it. It doesn't look digital either. Brush and/or...
  12. SketchBook: Damn, that line drawing is great! More or less no...

    Damn, that line drawing is great! More or less no variation of line width what so ever, and it still reads without any problem. I can't figure out why that is. Like and old school European comic, but...
  13. SketchBook: You're advancing really well! Regarding your...

    You're advancing really well! Regarding your frustration about colour, you're a little bit stuck with how you intellectually define them. Your mind has already decided the colour, but in reality, the...
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    SketchBook: Nice stuff! Did you use references for the...

    Nice stuff! Did you use references for the centaur piece? You could take advantage of the horse chest features and let the torso follow the already established arc there, making a much more...
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    SketchBook: Quick, sloppy, and nice! I'd love to see some...

    Quick, sloppy, and nice! I'd love to see some polished sketches. Do you take figure drawing classes or equivalent? If not, try to find series of the same model making different poses - make fifteen...
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    SketchBook: At the end of the first day..

    I'll start of with some sketches and doodles from the last two weeks. A lot of faces and heads there. That's bad. I always do heads and faces. Let's make a LOT more environments these following...
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    SketchBook: XIIXXI | 3 until 30

    Hi! I turn 27 today. It is time to take this seriously. In three years I'll be 30. Those years will make a difference!
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    Poll: Some crits on the pieces posted in the final...

    Some crits on the pieces posted in the final burner:

    Joey-b: I like this piece alot. It has a mellow palette and the gadgets do not steal the attention from the prof, nor does the assistant do...
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    Wow, I really had problems with this. It's hard...

    Wow, I really had problems with this. It's hard to maintain a personality when adding steampunk gizmos all over the place. To keep the focus on the professor, not his toys. I tried a number of...
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    Poll: http://www.riotamot.com/dump/chow107_2ma2.jpg

    http://www.riotamot.com/dump/chow107_2ma2.jpg
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    There's some lovely designs here, but remember...

    There's some lovely designs here, but remember people, the steampunk setting is strongly affiliated with industrialised victorian england. Gadgets and gizmos, and by all means, an (un)healthy dose of...
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    I'd say you have a great sense of rendition. But...

    I'd say you have a great sense of rendition. But there are some points where it doesn't add up. The lack of focus is the first. Another are the anatomical errors in the man (assuming it is a man). Be...
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    There are some perspective issues aswell. The...

    There are some perspective issues aswell. The ship is slightly out of bounds with its corresponding shapes. Remember to use guidelines, even if you use mostly arcs to build the shape.
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    I do enjoy digtally painted comics. But there's a...

    I do enjoy digtally painted comics. But there's a lack of continuety bewteen panels. This is the worst part of all mediums. To know when to stop. Some panels are fully "fleshed" (har har) out, others...
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    Poll: http://www.riotamot.com/dump/chow104_2ma2.jpg

    http://www.riotamot.com/dump/chow104_2ma2.jpg
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