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    Sketch book - Joel

    Bought myself a sketch book,

    Gonna try and fill it up, never realy drawn much before.

    Well here goes.


    Gonna try painting it in photoshop CS2, critisize it please Hope to get better one day :]

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    Started to try and colour, it is starting to look ok pld:

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    Got a little bored towards the end, turned out ok i supose for my first bit of work :]

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    Greetings, stranger! I like your sketch. Very nice idea.
    It looks like simpsons-style.
    Yea and i would like that this guy would be sweaty muscled old blacksmither, that would be cool.
    Now about work. First of all study some anatomy and poroportions of a man.
    I like your painted work, nice colours and that light/reflection on man.
    Your bg is soooo boring, even like wood colour would make drawing more live.
    Keep it up waiting for more works.
    Oh and i'd like to know what do u think of my sketchbook, i'd be glad if u stop by it sometime.

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    A decent start I'd recommend studying some anatomy and drawing more from life or at least a reference to develop your skills. You'll improve with every piece of work you do just be sure to keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by throtailer View Post
    Yea and i would like that this guy would be sweaty muscled old blacksmither, that would be cool.
    Thats what i was going for, he had a face but it was horrible so i just gave him a mask

    Will have to do some anatomy work for muscles and that, i just had a look at my arm to get the general idea of where muscles are.

    Cheers :]
    Joel

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    Dude, read some loomis books. It will really help u.
    And dont be afraid to show face to us, thats the only way we can help u about it.
    And do quick sketches from life of things around you.

    Keep it up!

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    I have no idea where to start with anatomy :/ Should i just get pictures of people and start drawing? Are there better pictures to draw? Any one know some good pictures to draw???

    Thanks

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    Lol, try to find Andrew Loomis books about figure drawing.
    Or search through torrent portals for books about drawing.
    Actually i have 3gb of drawing books 20gb of drawing videos like riven phoenix or vilppu. All i got from torrent portals.

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    I will give it a look into, thanks

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    Managed to download all of the books :]

    Here is a realy quick sketch of an idea

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    Dinosaur sketch, took me a while. The first one i tried looked a bit like a novelty toilet :/

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    Wow, the light effects look AWESOME! great job.

    oh, as for anatomy, check out this site:
    http://posemaniacs.com/

    er, the dinosaur, you *might* want to move the location of his tail as to not have it be confused with... um, something else

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    Did this last night, as i couldnt sleep cos i fueled myself on coffee.

    Might finish it and try some shading

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    hey dude, thanks for the comment, i like the dinosaur dude, his pose is well drawn.. The smith is looking good too, try and give his shirt a more detailed and solid finish.. I'll check up agen

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    more girls :]

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