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    The Crap-O-Matic

    Well, I was gonna write some shitty life story here about my art: fuck that. I suck, please help.
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    Fuck, you know? This old stuff... It just really needs a cursory glance. It's all
    here.


    Me, my latest crap is mostly digital.

    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    Michael Kane, alias of Andrew Johnson, scientific genius, chain-smoker, and dispatcher of an Alien Emperor (and ultimately the deflection of an extraterrestrial invasion). A cybernetic, self-designed limb to replace the destroyed one.

    Made using the "Oekaki" program.


    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    A simple hand, drawn - again - using the Oekaki program (as all others like this will be) in about 4 minutes.




    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    I seem to have a strange fixation on skulls. Maybe watching He-Man as a child had consequences?




    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    Alas, poor Yorick - I knew him, Horatio.


    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    He seems to have a rather cool pair of sunglasses - sketched in about 8 minutes. This is about as good as they get, as any attempts on my part to add distinction and an air of being "finished" usually just tarnish the art.

    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    A much older piece working on hands and etcetera, a month or two old.


    There's a bit, Enjoy it! Or, whatever. Tear into it. I hafta leave real quick now.

    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    Need to draw bigger...
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    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    what is this i don't even
    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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    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    DAMN YOU OEKAKI

    damn you and your seductive wiles
    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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    good work keep it up
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    WELL WELL WELL A TABLET THIS WAY COMES

    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    A Beginner's Sketchbook
    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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    Old-Fashioned pencil on paper action!

    Golly gee, if only it didn't suck!

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    Last edited by Laros; February 23rd, 2009 at 11:28 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.

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    Photoshop Elements?!

    why the fuck am I using this stupid crutch

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    god look at that jaw, look at his FACE

    horrible horrible horrible what am i doing
    Last edited by Laros; February 24th, 2009 at 10:32 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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    A Beginner's Sketchbook

    Fuck, I can only seem to really comprehend this one part of the face, or just bits and pieces. I can never, combine them, into a competent whole. Or, you know, a reasonable facsimile of something along those lines.

    Maybe I should learn to fucking draw. Ugh.

    Self-loathiiiing~
    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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    Talk about serious bumpage here lol. Good work but you still need quite a bit of practice, may I suggest not using so many lines in the sketching stages? Makes it look kinda crowded.
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    Ah, yeah, I suppose. Been doing a lot of doodling lately, though. Not much time for practice, as irritating as it is at times.

    I have a bad habit with crowding things. Instead of "erasing" I tend to just go 'pfft whatever' and put some heavier corrections on top of the mistakes. It's very inelegant.

    Whoops what am I doing. CURSE YOU, MOUTH. CURSE YOU WITH YOUR LIPS AND YOUR INDECISIVE HOVERING BETWEEN THE CHIN AND NOSE.
    Last edited by Laros; February 26th, 2009 at 05:24 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.

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    Oh Photoshop Elements. Where would I be without you and your easy, easy shortcuts?

    Hm. Better off, maybe.

    WELL INSTEAD OF ME DOING ACTUAL WORK OR ANYTHING, LOOK AT THIS MILDLY CREEPY STITCH-FACE INSTEAD. God what is his hand doing, stop that.
    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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    Hey man cool stuff personal favourite it all the way up the top, where the hand is holding the skull, keep going.
    - http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=150776

    LOOKING FOR MENTOR

    Most people never run far enough on their first wind to find out they’ve got a second.
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