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Thread: Badger Scratchings
February 2nd, 2008 #1
Starting a sketchbook, please feel free to leave crits on anything you see here.
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As it stands, I have very little experience with digital illustration or 3D modelling. I hope to post quite a bit of both of these.
So without further rambling... I present The Night Slime I drew for a Daily Sketch Group topic. Hopefully I will update this with colour and detail in the next couple of days.
This was done using only the trusty old Wacom.
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February 3rd, 2008 #3
A short eye study from a few days ago...
Last edited by Ye Olde Badger; February 4th, 2008 at 01:50 AM.
February 11th, 2008 #4
Scratching away... these guys dont move so fast...
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Good start. The last ones being markedly better than the first ones.
Some of your lines are a bit straggly though, when you're drawing people fast don't focus so much on the details, get the gesture down.
Keep it up.SSG 37
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February 11th, 2008 #6
Thanks, improvement is always a good sign
February 11th, 2008 #7
good sketches , specially the animal heads . But here's a few pointers , try to keep your lines at bay , i had the same problem , sometimes still do that , yes its artistic , but they mess up your drawings , and on the 2nd page , the drawing of a man , you got to watch how you page your characters , they might get out of the page . See ya in a few pages
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February 11th, 2008 #8
Can see an actual style there in the last one, those heads are cool. I'd agree to try and tone down the lines, but if I'm not mistaken, you're doing that because the figures are moving when you're drawing them? Good way to sketch, helps the speed, and if that is why on the figures, then that'll come with more sketchin. Keep sketchin and postin dude.
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February 12th, 2008 #9
Here is something I just sketched.
I will be turning this one into some sort of lich queen... time to teach myself to do more than just sketch in photoshop
Any comments on anatomy would be greatly appreciated.
Her back is a bit unnaturally bent on purpose though.
And thanks for the comments, motivation rocks!
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February 12th, 2008 #10
More updates... crits always welcome
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