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bluemonika, you have a really nice style of drawing!
This is a sketchbook I'm gonna keep checking.
i like to create somewhere between femininity and masculinity, sometimes it is tipped more in one direction, but i feel gender limits how i am able to express and well, society conditions us to be masculine or feminine anyway, and drawing is freedom - away from that.thanks everyone.
reject-d: i like feminine girly men...so i keep him as a man like my other guys i guess it is just a matter of taste. the guy on the photo that i used as a reference also had a very smooth body ( and i am very sure it was a guy) i suppose such guys exist. and i can't really see why guys would not be able to stand in a very timid pose?
it is not that i am denying anything. you are also right that the face is importand in order to tell if it is a man or a woman, wich i usually also take notice of. however this time i just wanted to go for a feminine boy
i guess gender just isn't that important a consideration to me.
a fanart sketch of elena from street fighter 3...i hardly draw black people so...it was a nice variation. i had a bit of a offday with drawing so the hand and stuff did not work out too well ;_;
here's another one i am sure the title misled some of you thinking she was " horny" instead of ...horny hahaha...get's them everytime
and here is a link to the making off, of this sketch. i just love making these kind of movies
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l66ny_BvlzQ <--movietime! hahah
Last edited by bluemonika; February 13th, 2009 at 03:16 PM.
Beuatiful faces, and lovely delicate values.
http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=219464 - Portfolio review thread
smarty: thanks ( damn your avatar makes me hungry )
it has been too long since i posted a drawing here. so here's another one. a sketch made for a friend of his original character ( and yes i am aware that her head is too small...)
mr smile & slake: thank you thank you i sometimes try out realistic stuff but i am not really much good at it...so i prefer to do semi realistic for now...
aaaaaaaannndd.....doodle al the way!
Wow is all i have to say, the way you draw your art is Mezmorising i love the eyes on those gals they're so purty! any ways keep it up and post more please, i'll defanently be taking more looks at your SB.
another doodle i came up with today...
Great sketches and a funny and exciting imagination. I'm looking forward to more finished work soon, take your time ofcourse.
The Witch Cat is lovely, but you knew that already. Also like the the last lady and the idea on the fake "insert-coin-how-you-call-it-bike".
thanks! i am glad you noticed that it was a fake toybike hahaha
little preview of what i am working on right now
and some more update...
the sketch is an older drawing of mine of about 4 years ago...but i like the concept so i think that, once my current WIP is finished, i am going to work on that one
You've got some great stuff in here. I can see you're letting yourself have fun coming up with such creative pieces. And I rather like your soft painting style, it works so well with your images.
Always nice to see a mangaka in the house. keep up the good works!
@ serio, asatira, kaoki: thank you
@factorzero: i think i might have done that with some older pictures..nope i am VERY sure i did that before but i did not post them here i think. i know i smudge to much sometimes. i need to watch that.
@alm0st: thank you altough i know the manga style is a bit looked down upon here in CA i am happy i get positive reactions from the members here on my drawings
well...i think that tomorrow, my WIP drawing will be finished and put here i worked for at least 4 hours on it today. it is a very fun drawing to do. i can't hardly wait to show the finished piece ^_^
I like your stylistic approach, nice colors
@helltroll: thanks i love colours and trying out things with them
well...as promised. here is the finished version of the WIP! including another inbetween WIP of it.
Good line work man!
Post some more pencils
"The superior man is distressed by the limitations of his ability; he is not distressed by the fact that men do not recognize the ability that he has."