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    Bag of Tricks ~ A Sketchbook ~ July 19

    NEW STUFF ON LAST PAGE.

    This stuff is a couple of years old. I'm currently an architecture student who muddles through life.

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    Lol. Pear.

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    Some cross between a unicorn, muskox, and a woolly mammoth. Who knows?
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    A cup (plus bad background) , some ears, and a quickie of a character named Sir Goremont. I'm still having issues getting anything I do on the computer to get into focus. Any advice would be welcome.

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    Finally the promised colour!
    A random fairytale sort of thing (random title).
    A beginning for the comet rider COW before I remember that a comet was ice etc. and not rock. The idea was that the comet rider ate the minerals and metals in the rock until it ate through it. It was also allergic to oxygen because all of the metals in it would oxidize it to dust.
    30 minute speed paint from ref.
    IDOW Power boots: Ruby Slippers! This wasn't really an industrial design but I really liked it. I eventually made a really good sequin brush for this which is now forever lost somewhere in my computer.

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    I really like the glass and the landscape in the last post.

    At this stage you just need to work more and post more - the rest of the stuff is fairly unrefined. Scanning your stuff with higher contrast will help a lot too - or increasing the contrast after you scan.

    Keep posting and don't give up because people here don't reply, they're too busy checking out the 5* threads
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    hey,

    nice initial sketches, the pencil work is fantastic, love the cup too, looks like its been painted in oils.

    GJ
    "To become truly immortal, a work of art must escape all human limits: logic and common sense will only interfere. But once these barriers are broken, it will enter the realms of childhood visions and dreams." - Banksy

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    Profiles out of my head. I must say I like odd noses.
    A 15min life study of a pineapple.
    Strange animals including a snail thing missing an eye.

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    n1va: Hope the contrast is better in these and thanks. I'm not one to give up. I figure, if I'm fifteen, and the really good people here are minimum twenty five, I have another ten years to get as good as they are.

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    do it in five and you'll be five years ahead of em
    so get working!
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    True, very true! However, it's not that easy to do if you plan on keeping a 90% average at school.

    Planes, a bowl, and hands.

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    mm well.. i finished high schoolwith an 85, but i definitely could have tried harder, it wasnt necessarily a time issue. so it's do-able!
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    Well, you've already beat me with the awesome colorings. Just keep up with the studies, you're on the right track.
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    EEK! No posts for a month. Anyway, here is an absolutely huge dump to make up. I'd love some crits. Please.....

    1 Coconut crusher COW
    2 Horsies! There was originally a person on the black one but I removed his existance
    3 Quickies hands. These are only about 2 cm high each so I'm quite happy with them
    4 Practicing perspective without guidelines on imaginary chairs
    5 Enviro practice
    6 Random doodles I liked
    7 Bleh enviro
    8 This is from that Steampunk Prof, Penguin Chow. I never finished it but I'm thing of it now
    9 Apple harvester from IDW. The trees suck, but I really got attached to the concept.

    I also did some watercolor studies that I actually like of (like 2 hours each) but I need to find a camera to take some pics. I think I overworked them but I want to get them up here for some crits.
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