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January 22nd, 2008 #1
Evan's Broken Sanity
Well, I've been in love with the art in these sketchbooks for a while, and never really had the balls to put one together and stick to it before now, so what better time to start than January?
First post, why don't I just dump what I got on you guys?
Unfinished Cable redesign
Unfinished Super Pro redesign
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January 24th, 2008 #3
I really like your hand/arm study. It looks like a tree or a tower almost, unfinished. I lack any real useful comments involving constructive criticism, but keep posting! I look forwards to seeing more. =)
--TavenConstructive Criticism welcomed at My Sketchbook!
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January 26th, 2008 #4
February 6th, 2008 #5
Here's a bit of a useless dump. Sorry I haven't done better sketches, I've been researching English folklore and fashion. Oh, and the last pic's head appears to have met with a witch doctor of some sort. Cuz it's shrunken. Yeah. I'm sorry, that was terrible.
February 6th, 2008 #6
Does anybody know how to make it so the sketchbook page is a different colour? I noticed with some of the other sketchbooks, there seems to be an overlay of a colour, and I was wondering if you could add that in Painter X, or if that's just from using a colourscan. I can do that, but the colour is so distorted when using it, that it seems to be a problem for me.
February 9th, 2008 #7
February 11th, 2008 #8
Lovely stuff Great anatomy exploration here, so I will just say what I always say when I see something being done right...Keep doing what your doing!
Also, try doing more fast sketches that show a different diversity in style to these more cleaned versions maybe? Keep it up!
Oh and I know in photoshop you can add overlay color to your work simply by going to the brush mode and selecting overlay...not so sure about painter but i am sure it can be done.
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the joker tribute is great. I love the anatomy of your sketches.
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February 11th, 2008 #10
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February 11th, 2008 #11
Saturns Gate: Thanks! I'll try some more fast sketching, I have to do quite a few studies over the next bit, so I'll try it on those.
Aniboomer: I'm lovin these sketchbooks, I keep seeing things, especially about anatomy, that I wouldn't have thought of otherwise. It's helping me out quite a bit.
Matsign: Thanks, I'll fooll around with that a bit, any bit helps, I'm pretty much a lost puppy when it comes to that.
Got a few more sketches here, couple preliminary character designs/studies and one I'm calling "The Scarecrow." Bet you can't guess why.
February 11th, 2008 #12
don't worry if you think your sketches aren't perfect, they are sketches they aren't supposed to be, its all about the learning and practice....
I really like the woman on the sofa in the last picillustration web space:
general portfolio website:
careful, if you click on the sketch book link while you are viewing my ca sketchbook you might get stuck in a causality loop
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