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    Hullo, I'm Glitterguts. Have some art.

    ...Or something that resembles art.

    I love to create creatures when I'm not drawing anthro art. Quite a few of the following are old, so you'll see a difference between them, but I liked them enough to share.

    Thanks for looking.

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    Here's some anatomy studies I did three-four months ago.

    First one was drawn with cheap watercolour pencils and greylead. The second was with all with red pen and yellow & red pencils. The last one is greylead and was outlined with a black pen.

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    I did activities 1, 2 & 3 from Concept art 101. I thought I'd share them. :] I'd like to redo them properly with colour and more carefulness when I get the chance.

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    People practise. Yay.

    First one was drawn on the 13th of June. Design #1 for a character.

    Second was drawn on October 7th. Design #2 for the above character. I'm still not happy with his design.

    Third was drawn on the 6th of October.

    And the fourth was done today. Waay out of my comfort zone, but I need to train myself to experiment. Any advice is much appreciated, as always.

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    Glitterguts! Whatta name :3

    Nice start to the sb I see you have your stuff and then the obligatory anatomy studies haha which are great... now integrate the collar bone area and maybe some shoulders onto those heads at the bottom and the whole figure can start somewhere!

    Stressing again the studies are great, imagine those muscles when you draw from life/anything again and again

    well... maybe don't imagine the muscles, cause they are gross, but the shapes they will make :3

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    Quote Originally Posted by naomiful View Post
    Glitterguts! Whatta name :3
    Lol, thank you!

    Now integrate the collar bone area and maybe some shoulders onto those heads at the bottom and the whole figure can start somewhere!
    I have a lot of trouble with shoulders, I can never get them to slant the right way or they seem to be misshapen...or the classic head-is-too-big problem. If you look at the back view of the anatomy study the neck is too thin, and the head is too big. XD If you have any advice on the subject it would greatly be appreciated.

    I'm glad you like them, though, and thank you for your input. ^^

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    Well, whenever I get critique, I always get told my anatomy sucks. XD So I had to clear it up that I wasn't really trying that time, hehe.

    Thanks. :]

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    More...scribble. And a robot thing. Because I am obsessed with Excavators. D:

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    I experimented with a style I have seen in comics and concept art. I wanted to sort of...bring the two genres together, somehow. Not sure how successful that was. o_O

    I have discovered a love for drawing machines, hehe. I am very pleased with how this came out. It took about half an hour to an hour for the lines, and an hour and a half to colour in photoshop.

    As always, feedback is appreciated. :]

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    Its not that your not studying your anatomy. Which I give you props for. But Its just your anatomy study doesn't lookits genuine. You need to take your time and make sure that everything in order. Your studying but your characters arent showing your improvment of your knowledge. 'Slow down your rushing things by using the tablet'. First do the basics. The whole purpose of doing the anatomy study is to let it be seen in your work . The more you show the more perfessional it looks.

    I see that you do a lot of creature art so I would suggest you dig in to animal anatomy and dinosuar books. It'll help.

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