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    Nintendo DS paintings

    Hello there, i'm Miffle! I've been a keen artist for about 4 years now.

    My passion is people, I just adore the fluidity of the human form. I can't get enough you know? I always sketch people uickly 1 second - 3 minute kind of drawings

    This sketchbook will first be used for one purpose:

    I recently got a NDS with a homebrew flash cart and loaded an application called 'Colors' http://www.collectingsmiles.com/colors/ I found out the NDS has pressure sensitivty so its just like carrying around a little wacom. I have fallen in love with it for quite gesture sketches.

    From now on I will try to post a new drawing dailing, coloured or not, I will try to post one.

    I hope you all enjoy this thread and feel inspired to paint on your DS too

    The first one is straight out the DS, the second one is from the DS then painted in photoshop very quickly using a Wacom Graphire

    Enjoy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miffle View Post
    1 second - 3 minute kind of drawings
    You can do a gesture drawing in 1 second...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FourTonMantis View Post
    You can do a gesture drawing in 1 second...?
    two strokes and you're done, no problem.. Now if it looks like a person, thats another question..

    Heres todays drawing, the random straight lines, well, thats where my knuckles hit the screen but its not too big of a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FourTonMantis View Post
    You can do a gesture drawing in 1 second...?
    He never said that, he said 1 - 3 second drawings.

    Great idea wit hthe D.S seems to be awesome! nice character lets see some more so we can crit more
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    Oh thanks very much and I will try not to disapoint! This is like learning the wacom all over again, I will be posting daily apart from one day off next week (maybe i'll even post then)

    I've popped over to your sketchbook, nice stuff you've got going there and i'll watch your progress.
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    That's a nice idea! One advice though: Keep it simple. YOu got it right in the first one, but that second pic's got way too much crap in the face.
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    Hello again, im from S.W england *Somerset* farmers ville hahah thanks for your crit and ill be watching your progress to
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    Theres a clever point, I think i'll do some more suggestive line art on the DS before I colour it in photoshop then.

    Stay tuned for todays painting where i'll no doubt test out your advice
    Forgot to add:

    Thye first is from life, the second is from photo reference
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    talk about clever. nice idea - i think ill try that on my own ds.
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    Yeah lol, i can understand what you mean. the area i live is great for landscaps, it gives you a real view for Scale ect. its fantastic i would think brum would give a more urban feal to pictures/environments due to all the buildings, who knows. im off to do a land scape peice now, talk soon.
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    cool things here. I will watch you're progress
    Leben ist die Kunst, aus falschen Voraussetzungen richtige Schlüsse zu ziehen

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    Todays painting i've done whilist having a break for lunch

    I combined detailed aspects of my second painting with a bigger prush sized to reduce the clutter

    The problem I have with this piece is it makes my subject (my father!) look like he has a flat head and a long mopey face, I supposed its stylised

    Oh! I'll be checking everyones sketchbooks that posted here as a way of saying thanks
    My Daily DS paintings

    Come take a look at my sketchbook, I may not be the master painter but i'm the only one doing it on a DS!
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    I like it, got a good style to it i think the position of the glasses on the right side of the face is off giving it that odd look but i like it any how
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