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Thread: Silveraxe's Sketchbook - 2 March
January 15th, 2008 #1
Silveraxe's Sketchbook - 2 March
I think it's about time I opened a new sketchbook.. I have too many old work in the other one..
Here are some stuff that I've done recently...
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Love the poses and goos sense of anatomy....more!
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I like them too, a good start, like to see more
Risen from the Dead
January 18th, 2008 #6
Grant here, was cool meeting you in Seattle!
Some really nice stuff in here, I love the colours in the red ridinghood pieces.
You mentioned arranging attachments better. Did you know that once you've attached them, you can click the little arrow next to the paperclip icon and individually insert them into your post? Well... Give that a go :-]
Look forward to seeing more of your work!
January 19th, 2008 #7
Grant; hey there! Good to hear from you! It was great meeting you too
I'm glad you like the RRH pieces, and thanks for the advice I'll try it now
(oohh i got it! )
Playing around with style and vector shapes;
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January 23rd, 2008 #11
You have an excellent sense of form and motion.
I really enjoy your very energetic work. Like your sense of form, you know how to create very energetic character poses. Dynamic, I would say.
Oops, almost missed your mixed media paintings. I am envious once again. My foray into natural mediums generally consists of using balsa wood and museum board...but you should see what I can do with balsa wood and museum board.
January 23rd, 2008 #12
Slav; Thanks a lot! I'm really glad that you like the red riding hood pieces!!
Odin; Thanks a bunch! I love doing dynamic stuff, but I'm not that great when it comes to static stuff :B
Mixed media pieces were pretty experimental for me too, I never did anything like those before, but I hope to do more, they were a lot of fun. I highly recommend it!
Here are some new stuff i did in the last month.
while waiting to get my schengen visa;
no ref. portraits;
in the street;
experimenting with a new style of sketching;
January 23rd, 2008 #13
January 24th, 2008 #14
Thanks for the comments!
I'm liking your latest sketches. That last one is especially tight. Your experiment sketches with the spirit creatures are really cool, I'd love to see more of those.
Nothing to crit really, keep drawing and working on your gestures and life drawing, same as the rest of us :-D. You seem to be on the right track, keep it up!
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hey, nice start i like them all. its good that your experimenting with some new techniques. also i like the newest updates of Ang the airbender, cool cartoon show. keep posting and ill check in now and then to see how your progressing
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February 22nd, 2008 #23
Nice work here. Really like the sketches and figures! Interesting start to the comic - the clouds dont quite look right but I might be wrong considering the style U are going for here. Do post more! (which Im sure U will!)
Such nice variety
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l0stinth0ughts; Blood?... err... that's next door
dunno about blood, but i have an idea about a big fight scene (if i can pull it off :B ) time will show
eXplosiveLimes; thanks a lot! The girl in that piece was supposed to be Red Riding Hood, and I was supposed to do another drawing of the Wolf in the same style, but got carried away with other things
I really need to make a "to-do list" and follow it : D
February 22nd, 2008 #28
fight scene you say? hmm... i look forward on seeing that one for sure, also i like the new experiments your doing, i think experiments are more knowledge then that of an open book. Keep it up
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