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    jokerrabit's fun and games

    my first on line sketch book feel free to give tips critiques and comments.

    NEW STUFF ON TH LAST PAGE


    Mostly I want to improve the over all structure of or in my work. You will see that I have a lot of areas that need work but at the same time I have some training. Mostly I will be working through speed painting here, that is that I will be using the technique of speed painting to help me improve my sense of space and structure as well as to learn better colour and lighting. Then still I want to refine my sense of proportion when it comes to some things.

    Have fun

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    old work but I wanted to post it to show what I'm able to do already you can find these and more on my deviantart page

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    Your sketches have a retro futuristic tendency , you should try to construct simple figures , play with the brushes , i could give an example paint an apple a box , basics , of shadows and things you will know what i mean

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    cool stuff, especially the old stuff on canvas As you say, keep checking out proportions and use reference. Keep up!

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    Tom, thank you yes i need to work out the problems with proportions, oh and that's not canvas it's crescent illustration board.

    flamable, thank you, yes i need to get back to basics kinda start fresh so to speak.

    sorry for the late post I haven't been here in a long time or even drawing for a wile, now I'm back and want to try to get serious.

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    New stuff

    this is going to be a massive dump for 2 reasons 1 I haven't been here posting for a long time and 2 I have been doing a lot of drawing lately.

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    just trying to get a good pose and still have the right proportions

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    I know this skull thing has been done before just trying to improve my work

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    and that's it for now, the rest will have to wait till I can up load them.
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    New old drawing

    something I did a long time ago and redid in photoshop adding color.

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    still more stuff

    this first one is based on an old SF painting

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    Froggy Balboa

    this little guy hangs from my cellphone

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    few more

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    long piao = chinese for dragonfly
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    You have some very... interesting works great job! Can't wait to see more.

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    olive oil still life?

    just did this tonight going to bed now

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    new speed painting

    taking some advice from some of my favorite artist here at ca I did something new. very loose playing with new brushes I got from someone here. any way I think this one is my best speed painting so far though still not near what I would like to be doing.

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    here is a list of drawing books I'm trying to find.

    Andrew Loomis - Drawing the Head and Hands
    Andrew Loomis - Successful Drawing
    Andrew Loomis - Figure Drawing for all it''s Worth
    Andrew Loomis - Fun With A Pencil
    BRIDGMANS - Complete Guide to Drawing from Life
    Burne Hogarth - Drawing Dynamic Hands
    Burne Hogarth - Drawing the Human head
    Christopher Hart - Drawing Cutting Edge Anatomy (The Ultimate Guide For Comic Book Artists )
    Christopher Hart - How to Draw Comic Book Heroes and Villains
    David lewis - Pencil Drawing Techniques
    Eadweard Muybridge - The Human Figure In Motion
    Gary Faigin - The Artist''s Complete Guide To Facial Expression
    Giovanni Civardi - Drawing Portraits Faces And Figures
    Hagan, John - Painting Beyond Fashion - Painting And Drawing Principles And Techniques.pdf
    How to Draw Baby Animals
    How to Draw General Anime Faces.pdf
    J. D. Hillberry - Drawing Realistic Textures In Pencil
    J.D Harding - On Drawing Trees and Nature
    Jack Hamm - Drawing Scenery Seascapes And Landscapes
    Jack Hamm - Drawing The Head and Figure
    Ken Hultgren - The Art of Animal Drawing
    Kimon Nicolaides - The Natural Way to Draw
    Le Trung - How To Draw Anime For Beginners
    Perspective Drawing Handbook
    Ron Tiner - Figure Drawing Without A Model
    Stan Lee - How To Draw Comics The Marvel Way
    Stanley Maltzman - Drawing Nature
    Sterling - Art of Drawing The Human Body
    Techniques For Drawing Female Manga Characters
    Wendon Blake - Portrait Drawing A Step-by-step Art Instruction Book

    something I'm playing with:
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    and a better pose:
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