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    Nice head of steam you got going! Keep it up!


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    hrm hrm hrm clean something up you say

    i'll see what I can do chief but, i'm not so good with that OBVIOUSLY

    Oh, stitch-face is getting all prettied up for the freakshow. He's really worried about (is my hair okay) his date, so he's dressing himself with his best stitching.

    okay that pun was a long shot but still
    The short-wave radio hissed static and prophecy.
    “Butchers.” It whispered, so desperately soft. “All of them
    Then it died, and there was nothing left to say.

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    Old Stitch was all Dressed,
    He was ready to go,
    But How did he look?
    He needed to know.
    So he glanced at the mirror and gnashed his teeth-
    He should have remembered his nose, at least!
    Last edited by Laros; February 28th, 2009 at 03:30 PM.
    The short-wave radio hissed static and prophecy.
    “Butchers.” It whispered, so desperately soft. “All of them
    Then it died, and there was nothing left to say.

    Sketchbook

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    Hm. Not having a glaring white background really helps, I think. Please excuse my shitty fire.

    I don't really like much but the face there, but I really am liking this Photoshop thing. Who knew using more than one brush could be so interesting?

    (apparently, everyone)

    This isn't stitch-face, by the way.
    Last edited by Laros; March 1st, 2009 at 03:15 PM.
    The short-wave radio hissed static and prophecy.
    “Butchers.” It whispered, so desperately soft. “All of them
    Then it died, and there was nothing left to say.

    Sketchbook

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    So it went something like this:
    "hurf durf HEY LET ME TRY THIS COLOR SCHEME."
    "SWEET."
    "wait wait SHIT what the fuck is color?"

    And I find myself unable to answer.


    tl;dr COLOR GOES WHERE? can't do it man can't do it

    Also I need to stop scribbling like an impatient mofo. eyes are for looooseeeers
    Last edited by Laros; March 21st, 2009 at 02:13 PM.
    The short-wave radio hissed static and prophecy.
    “Butchers.” It whispered, so desperately soft. “All of them
    Then it died, and there was nothing left to say.

    Sketchbook

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    PS THIS WAS MY ORIGINAL ATTEMPT AT THE COLOR SCHEME

    done in Paint.Net because pfft photoshop
    The short-wave radio hissed static and prophecy.
    “Butchers.” It whispered, so desperately soft. “All of them
    Then it died, and there was nothing left to say.

    Sketchbook

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    Hrm hrm hrm

    Why did this doodle become more than a doodle? Why I'd say it's a full-fledged scribble at this point. Ho ho ho what a fuckin' joke.

    This is just a smaller portion and the only part I like at all (because faces are the only thing I can ape valiantly).

    ha ha ha look at his tiny eyes


    eyes are for losers(please help me)
    Last edited by Laros; March 22nd, 2009 at 01:01 PM.
    The short-wave radio hissed static and prophecy.
    “Butchers.” It whispered, so desperately soft. “All of them
    Then it died, and there was nothing left to say.

    Sketchbook

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    Ah what

    My faces all look exactly the same?

    That's crazy talk, crazy. I'll not stand for it in my house sir. Please leave.


    hey this is the same guy as before except shittier and drawn in thirty minutes for hope of getting a better expression. I GUESS IT KINDA WORKED MAYBE.

    Ha ha who am I kidding.
    The short-wave radio hissed static and prophecy.
    “Butchers.” It whispered, so desperately soft. “All of them
    Then it died, and there was nothing left to say.

    Sketchbook

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    WHELP, NOTHIN' TO SAY REALLY.

    I've mostly given up on actual responses at this point.

    here have some more crap

    It's Mister Kane back again from his bizarre impressionistic venture into warm scribbled tones, now in cool scribbled tones.

    The light, what's happening here! Background, what background? Pose? Form? Pshaw, what garbage! He's obviously TOO GOOD to abide by such things!

    Hm, self-loathing. we meet again.
    The short-wave radio hissed static and prophecy.
    “Butchers.” It whispered, so desperately soft. “All of them
    Then it died, and there was nothing left to say.

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    SO I GOT A SKETCHBOOK

    AND I DREW SOME SHIT

    AND I CRAMMED IT INTO MY COMPUTER AND PHOTOSHOPPED IT ALL TO HELL.

    story of every drawing here, hur hur hur.

    Honestly though, where do I go from here? I probably need to study anatomy, look at some (Loomis) books for tjat. I guess (LOOMIS) some knowledge like that would be useful.

    God, what am I doing?


    PS - SEE IF YOU CAN SPOT THE RECURRING CHARACTER IN THIS IMAGE
    The short-wave radio hissed static and prophecy.
    “Butchers.” It whispered, so desperately soft. “All of them
    Then it died, and there was nothing left to say.

    Sketchbook

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    If I were to offer a suggestion, for your digital stuff at least, maybe try working with a bigger brush to start, then work smaller from there? Worth a shot.

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    I now forbid you to wail away at your poor tablet like you're trying to etch into the drawing surface through sheer frantic determination. No more scribbling lines! Practice teaching your hand a little coordination and to do what you want it to do in fewer strokes by really paying close attention to either your reference or what's in your imagination.

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    I Will Do This

    It Will Be Done

    But sometimes I get this nagging feeling that if I slow down at all I'll lose it. So I power it out. Scribble scribble scribble does that kinda look like a face (it does if you squint) okay cool.
    Last edited by Laros; April 2nd, 2009 at 04:28 PM.
    The short-wave radio hissed static and prophecy.
    “Butchers.” It whispered, so desperately soft. “All of them
    Then it died, and there was nothing left to say.

    Sketchbook

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    How the fuck is your arm doing that?

    Well, y'see, I left my shelter a bit before all the fallout had cleared up, and, well. Malleable tissues, I suppose.

    That's a bit of a stretch, Mister J.

    Ha ha ha, shut up. Little asshole.



    PS - is this any better

    PPS - goddamn mouths
    Last edited by Laros; April 2nd, 2009 at 06:57 PM.
    The short-wave radio hissed static and prophecy.
    “Butchers.” It whispered, so desperately soft. “All of them
    Then it died, and there was nothing left to say.

    Sketchbook

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    Not bad! All I can suggest is studying anatomy and drawing whatever you feel like from life or photos. Do some studies of faces and bring what you learn from those into your work from imagination - it makes a huge difference

    And try to scribble less - use a bigger brush to block it all out then work down to the smaller detail.

    Just keep it up. I like how much energy all your stuff has. Refine it a little and you'll rock

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