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August 24th, 2008 #61
Just a quick one today. For the past couple days I really haven't felt like drawing, just haven't been able to get into it. A shame since I want to start a week-long piece of painting from life sometime as practice. It happens.
This was fun though, sort of broke the drawing-drought for a little. Raz from Psychonauts.
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September 10th, 2008 #76
awesome gun design. tf2 i take it?
I also really enjoyed the pyschonauts image, color was very lively.
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The riffle is looking great, awesome concept.
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How cartoony it is!! like it so much BlightedArt cant wait to see more .
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I love your panda!!!
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September 30th, 2008 #84
I've been drawing, but just a little update today:
I bought the new edition of Betty Edwards' "The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain", and after reading the introductory pages (while hearing positive comments on the book from a few people), was very excited to try this first test out during lunch break.
Pic shows a test attempting to cause conflict between the left (verbal) and right (visual) sides of the brain, and noticing the "switch" between the two. Typed in my chickenscratch handwriting so that you guys can read it and follow my process of the pic, (particularly those familiar with the exercise) and give feedback please!
I started at the top left, worked downwards, drew the top horizontal line towards the right, worked top downwards on the right, then finished the bottom horizontal line.
Any feedback or advice appreciated, moving on to the next exercise tonight after practicing this one a few more times.
Quotations " show what I was thinking while drawing.
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September 30th, 2008 #86
I've just been reading that book recently too. I think I have a really old edition, though -- do you happen to know whether there's better/more content in the new version? (Enough to warrant buying a new copy?)
Picture looks good. Heh, I notice looking at it carefully that I have to switch to "right brain mode" in order to find errors. One difference I can see is that right nose is flatter. The left chin looks rounder, but that might be due to cleaner lineart. The area around the philtrum/septum is curved upwards more, though again depends how you interpret the lineart.
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September 30th, 2008 #87
Also thank you very much for the feedback on the vase & faces.
September 30th, 2008 #88
That's helpful, thanks. ^^ Always cool to see your stuff and your progression.
October 2nd, 2008 #89
that pencil drawing of the robot dude is sweet just needa start makin those blacks, black so the whites look white, contrast is damn pain ! lookin good though!, still envious of your linework !
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October 3rd, 2008 #90