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Got some great sketches in here.. I especially like the hummingbirds :D
Just a thought: a super resource for faces is Mark Simon's Facial Expressions. Might help with elven studies :bashful:
Mmm, keep the yummy goodness comin'! :yum: I like the looseness of line and boldness of stroke that seem to recur in recent sketches.. pretty nifty stuff.
These are my fave thumbnails:
Dude, gettin' all prolific on us over here -- lookit you go! :D
Now, equipped with warnings about leg-length and the occasional too-small head, keep going. Draw draw draw! :assspank:
Mmm, tasty SB full of goodies :yum:
Your rendering skillz, trad & digi, are inspriring -- and your faces! :D
Love that latest horse pic, btw.. big improvement over the early horse sketches....
Looks like your economy of line's improving tremendously -- kudos for stickin' with the studies!
Imho, opacity's the key to blending, which I think you've figured out by now, judging from your...
Your sketches and studies are comin' right along :) Great work!
If you want to change things up, you could do a few animal studies -- it can help with monsters, robots, etc.
Keep drawing! :D
Wow.. impressive sketchbook! Keep posting!!! :D
Man, I haven't checked out this SB in ages; such cool stuff goin' on in here! :D
Keep at it, man :cheerleader:
You're killin' it with these studies, AlexTooth :D Don't stop!!!
The "Amontillado" comes from Poe's classic tale "The Cask of Amontillado". "Ag" is short for "Aggie", because I went to Texas A&M University, home of the Fightin' Texas Aggies. Whoop! :D
Quike Garcia: thx, Quike :) And thank you for stoppin' by my blog! :teeth:
Walnut: Yep, I still struggle with lighting :dur: Mostly I forget about it! Thanks for reminding me :^^: And no, the big...
Quike Garcia: thanks, man :hugsmile:
Keepin' it random, here's some more stuff I did awhile back...
1) Shirt design for the "A Day w/o Shoes" contest at Threadless
2) A study of a Glenn Dean...
Lovin' your black-and-white inks -- you make that technique look easy! :D
Only thing that I notice to crit is anatomy; for some reason arms and torsos seem a bit off, in particular... :thinking:
Blast you and your never-ending, ever-evolving prolific talent, Walnut! :D You put my poor little neglected SB to shame :nohope:
I really liked the little green-and-bluish enviro you did awhile...
Looks like you're makin' great strides with this SB :) Your studies are paying off! Can't wait to see more finished pieces -- keep at it :D
Cool SB :) I think Black Spot's right about the bird shadows -- but what a cool POV for that pic!
Can't wait to see more :D
Quike Garcia: Yeah, the "Rust" pic is far from perfect. It actually started out landscape-oriented (see below), and then I re-read the Challenge rules and realized I'd done it wrong. :nohope: ...
Feelin' saucy on this quiet Wednesday afternoon. Let's see what other artwork I've got lyin' around here...
1) "Artichoke Heart".. get it?
2) Good ol' Jamie & Adam. Gotta luv Mythbusters!
Hey there :) Looks like your digitals are comin' right along! Still working on the anatomy studies? Hope so, because they were lookin' good :D One thing I noticed was a tendency to leave ankles...
Looks like there's a lot of improvement being made here :) Keep drawing from life -- you can learn so much from life-sketches!
I'm likin' your style, with the little creatures and evil snowmen! Lovely work on the robots... and that orange tree pic -- wow :D
Not much to offer in the way of crits; just stopped in to say...
Here we have some various sketches and illo's... and if I re-post anything, I apologize. It's tricky trying to keep track of old stuffs. :dur:
1) "Lonely Tylenol", a palindrome sketch.
Quike & walnut: thanks for the feedback, y'all! Much appreciated :)
Aaaaand I'm back. Since it's been literally forever, I'm just gonna pick up where this SB left off. This is "Trumpet Child",...
Pssh, don't be sad -- rejoice in how far you've come :teeth:
She's quite nice, I think. :lifedrawing:
I like the buildings -- the spikes are a nice touch :teeth: