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Well, for good or bad, I decided today to begin a sketchbook on the site. I never really understood what the benefit of a public sketchbook is, but, here it is. Most of this is stuff that I doodled in a few minutes time, and some will most probably never be fleshed out any further, it is more for practice than anything else. Most of these drawings are purely from my mind, no resource material was used on these.
Thank you, and enjoy. I will post more as I go along.
Last edited by Ape_with_a_pencil; January 15th, 2008 at 10:59 PM. Reason: title change
Another 5 minute sketch.
GOOD LINES!!! and very clean, I wish I yould do that....
and I loke the poses of your figures, keep them commin´!!!!
nothing special....sadly....but I hope someday^^
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Thanks Fayt, it takes lots of practice. I have been drawing for literally years, for hours on end. Here is another quick sketch. In case you had not noticed, I like Thor alot................LOL
Being a comic book junkie, I'm digging your SB.
I love the Loki pic, nice pose.
It's strange because you say your a Thor fan, and yet they seem like the weakest ones IMO. Maybe your not as relaxed as when drawing, say generic muscle guy.
Do you have any tonal stuff or more realistic work?
my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
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They are very nice clean lines, it'd be great to see some sketchier stuff too!
Another sketch, about 3 minutes to do. It really does not get much sketchier than this for me.
Hi Ape, thanks for your comment! Welcome to CA!
I bet you'll find the inspiration here is absolutely more than one can imagine. Since you love comic, I think this might be helpful, just dig out from the SB of The Fat Kid:
A reply posted by Skeiff in the SB of The Fat Kid, both their works are amazing...
A few more things.
I just wanted to say "Merry Christmas" to everyone!
Your stuff is very clean. That in itself is an admirable trait.
One thing I noticed is that you avoid feet. I do too....so yeah...do feet haha
Thundergod sketch for painting later on.
You seem to have this thing for overly muscular men, try to draw a skinny person ,and someone with an out of shape body , I want to see what you can do.
Ev'sSketchbook for the lazy minded but willing!
Help an artist, leave a critique.
I'm just going to say one thing at the moment because it jumped out at me and I saw it in a few different drawings. It's an anatomical problem.
In his left leg, at the knee, the way the inner line of the thigh comes in at the knee and the inner calve comes out is wrong. Have a close look at some front view shots of human legs and study the way that inner side of the knee is shaped and how the outline runs into the leg following the shape of the tibia.
Keep it up!: ]
how do you do it? i can use some advice in that!
"Tears will drown in the wake of delight"
I hope this helped you a little.
Also, I have been drawing for a long time, longer than many on this forum have been alive, so I don't really use the sketchy finding lines anymore on most of my drawings. I just draw in transparent shaping technique and use minimal lines.
Again, thank you for your looks and comments everyone. I promise to have more posted soon.
Here are a couple of designs for T-shirts for a small ghost-hunting club near where I live.
Last edited by Ape_with_a_pencil; January 15th, 2008 at 11:01 PM.
Ok. Here is something new I am working on. I may actually put a WIP thread up on this one. I know that I have alot of work to do on this yet before I am ready to do any kind of painting on it. I have not drawn on any details yet. I just wanted to get down the basic shapes, locations, and setting. Then I wanted to do a very basic tonal set. Since the picture is quite large (before I optomized it for the thread), I added some detail pics of the orc and knight.
Thank you for taking a look.
BTW, how do I get spaces in between my pictures? They all run together when they are stacked on top of each other.