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August 7th, 2007 #1
mouser's sketchbook character design and othersWELCOME
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Here my journey started and hope it will continue a loot of years from now ... may it lead to happiness, sadness, anger, loss, marriage, birth and in the end death because there we all go
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August 7th, 2007 #5
Good start, just watch some of your proportions, alot of your characters seem really short and stocky.
Lokk forward to your updates.
my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.
August 10th, 2007 #6
thanks guys for the coments ...
jedininjaman- i know i can wait for my tablet hehe ... thanks for the good words
Dile_ - you better wach ) ... thanks
SEVANS - il wach for the proportions ... the problems is that i cut the drawings and make them litle and they didnt fit well and i think that that why they seem to be short and block like ) but thanks for the advice .. chears
some drawings i did today thinking at my tablet ))
P.S. in the portrait is my moust wanted sister ..actuali she is my reletive
August 10th, 2007 #7
Your hand studies are coming along nicely, and I like the life drawings you've done. I agree with an above post that your characters seem a bit stumpy, and it's because you've made the legs too short. A good rule of thumb is that the length from thigh to knee and the length from knee to ankle are each equal to the length from the pit of the collarbone to the bellybutton. Your torsos seem all right, so fixing the legs will really bring your characters into proportion.
Keep up with the life drawing studies, they're immensely useful. Nice work!
August 10th, 2007 #8
Thanks for stoppin by my SB. Nice stuff going on here, I like your PS stuff, especially the one you're using as your avatar. Great eye in that last post, I'm jealous!
Keep it up
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August 10th, 2007 #10
nice,like to see more of these quick sketches,like that eye study
August 10th, 2007 #11
great ideas keep up
August 11th, 2007 #12
I really like the drawings from life. Good observation skill. Keep on doing those, and everytime you should take water over you head. Take on new stuff, harder poses, bigger stuff and so on. You'll see and learn new stuff everytime. And squint your eyes so that you only notice the values. You see what they can do. The values describe so much.
Keep at it, looks good.
August 11th, 2007 #13
thanks for hitting up my book. keep at your anatomy, push it push it... how much study do you do? per day?
keep your lines strong and smooth. As you learn more, and the shapes become smaller and subtler, make sure your lines dont become sketchy and hesitant.
Keep up the work, ill drop in when i can
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