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    ||| Seth's, fist smashing of fury ||| The end

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    hey man not a bad sketchbook. i like all the shading but it looks like you could ease up on the hardness and try softness. some areas are to dark and some areas are too light. overall its really good sketches for portaits. i hope this helps.



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    Nice start dude, I'd like to see more though.

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    sethypoo! you're alive!

    nice to see training hasnt taken a toll on your skills, im waiting for the day you come back to us sketcher dudes

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    Welcome back dude

    Thought I'd never see you again.
    So no digi means no sketcher i guess? Cool to see you so serious about this tho. Nice sketches dude, but you need to get a scanner .

    Lets see that crazy perspective!

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    I asked kanoa like two days ago or some shit if he ever thought we'd talk to you again, haha. Guess so

    now quit reading this and get in SKETCHER

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    l0stinth0ughts: Thanks for the thoughts man.. It's not so much being to dark or to light in most cases I am going for this effect. With my edges I really need to play more with lost and found edges. For now these will be all shitty looking until my scanner gets here.

    Exquisite Beast: You will see more. Just keep coming back Cheers.

    serhc: Hey man! How are you doing? Hope you have been sketching a ton... Yeah I drooped out not because it was hard but because I don't want to be a solider, when I can create my own battles on paper illustrate more divine pleasurable battle. If i want to kill something Ill just go hunting. Cant go wrong with some Fresh Deer sausage and jerky.


    KanoaRogers: Hey son! Haha, I thought I would never see the day of light again. Shit fliped out in my brain, and said "FUCK you, you son of a bitch get drawing again, CREATE, CREATE>>>> even know you suck. Naa, I would sketch in sketcher if the internet was faster. Get this, all we get here is 26.6 K WTF, my grandma can wipe her ass faster then the pages load. The scanner is on its way! I should have it in Two weeks time, I think. Dude, My perspective sucks I was having trouble drawing boxes in perspective, thats horrid. (I can draw shit with out the lines, but when it comes to following them all hell breaks loose.) I have been drawing for, four years and never really learned per-insert spective, It's a kick in the ass now, how stupid I have been. Any one who is reading this ( don't be a jackass, learn perspective right away it's one of the most important aspects within drawing. Every thing has hidden perspective quoting)

    Kvick: Shit dude.. Whatsss up? Crazy, crazy it's good to be back and looking at the sketch books of every one! GET UP DATING>>>>>> Slaps ass*. Sketcher, sketcher, slutty- sketchin, balls. I wish, soon. I went bungee jumping on the adventours well I was gone what a rush, DO it..

    Draw to post. 10 minutes. PERspEcTiVe coming up soon.

    Random thoughts on the process. I have come so accustom to sort of say filling in the blanks? Meaning, I start with the eyes, mark make them, move to the nose, mouth, draw the shape of the head, ears, and hair etcetera. What I really need to be doing is Constructing the head first. With in doing this it will give me a full look at the head as a hole. From there I will be able to critique the proportions, and form edit and move on. This will advance my drawings further.

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    I am not going to upload my perspective drawings yet I still have a ways to go befor they resemble Perspective For now ill give you a nude..

    This ended up to be quite fun. I did not end up drawing the head because it seemed like it was in a odd position, not human like. With construction and erasing it really helped out! Simple light lines to complete the figure but i still messed up on the proportions of the torso it's to long/ I saw the mistake on the beginning of the render stage need to pay more attention at the beginning. I left the hands white, I thought it would give the piece an interesting flare.

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    hey man nice work in this new book! yea i think im giving up on digital for a few months, in order to produce some good oil paintings, its so much more satisfactory... good to see you back! (an not in the army!)

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    Imagination. Faces. I really need a scanner taking photos does not do any of the drawings justice.

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    Bridge man studys with my own twista.

    Oh man, I hate how much distortion you get when taking photos with a camera.

    I have to watch those feet I like to draw them small.

    Using the side of 0.5mm to shade. holding as far back on the pen possible and just letting my pencil flow over the drawing. Easy way to achieve your midtones.

    I think legs, and arms are some thing you really need to pay attention to. A set of bad legs will put off the whole drawing but same goes with the whole human body. the proportions need to be in order if you want it to look right.

    Edit. Added some hands! Hmm. I am horrible at writing./ PRACTICEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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    cool stuff in here man. I'd suggest tweaking the value and contrast of your images before posting. Right now everything is super dark.

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    InvertedChalupa: Thanks for the drop by man! They are really dark. I will definitely start adjusting the contrast and brightness.

    You need to learn to draw before, you can draw. I have been looking over a lot five star threads and every one of them are hard working, patient, individuals. Have really dedicated there time to there art. A lot has to do with taking your time, and thinking about what you are going to do. What can help is roughing out an idea first. Even it that means scribbles, as long as your getting some sort of idea down. You can slowly build up the ideas to finally creating some thing. Over time you will be able to bust out characters and what ever your imagination can think of with out the roughs, and scribbles, it will come naturally. Over all though it's about foundations learning to create form and apply light to the planes and the perspective to create 3d feel to your object.

    I am not very pleased with this drawing. I drew my nose to long, the lips are off center. All around it is pretty shitty. Including the distortion from the camerea. Theres so much lead on the paper it turns reflective. haha, it would be hard to scan even if I had one.

    Edit.... Updated

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    less render, more planning. lets get perspective innnnn

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    Kvick: Maybe in a month! There really not worth taking the time to take a picture and upload. Just boxes in perspective.

    Really quick shit doodles...

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    Some doos in the doooo.

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    hey seth you seem to be on the right track, try studing some anatomical figures and or muscles that should boost your knowledge of the human body, and it will show in your drawings. a little tip i can offer you for the still lifes is do a correct light contour line, once youve mastered that then the shading only comes easy, i hope this helps. keep posting



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    l0stinth0ughts: Thanks man...

    Here some doodles. Again. Thanks kvick for your input..

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    you should do more figures like that headless one, being able to communicate more in less is always better. At the rate you're drawing you should be getting up to speed though.

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    Yeah: I see what you mean/ Thanks dude..


    doodles aa

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    hey seth, nice to see you experimenting with the outlines by making it blue. really caught my eye, maybe thats the way you could start refining your edges? who knows, lets see some more. and keep up the good work



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    Great range of stuff man - keep it up with all this work you'l improve super quick!

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    l0stinth0ughts: I thought It would be interesting to do a quick line drawing with uni-ball pen and throw some quick lines over it... Here some more.. Thanks for the continuous support .

    kidult: I hope so! It's time for improvement. Thanks.




    My first attempts in Panter 9. I have had this program for a couple years never used it tell now. My first attempted was the guy with the white eyes then the colors after the clown I am going to take the clown further...

    Edit: Sketcher goo

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    nice nice i like the guy with the path on his eye and the black veins. pretty cool. i wish they had more detail tho, but good job keep postin man



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    l0stinth0ughts: Thanks yo... Yeah It would of been fun to detaikl! Just a quick quick draw,

    I am hungry! Want to make me some food>?

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    hmm... scratches chin. i find this one interesting, i almost see a face in there. as far as food goes, i haven't eaten in days, only a few sandwiches here and there, until sister comes back im stuck with ramen. Lolz



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    l0stinth0ughts: Random brain farts... GO eat man, jeees.


    Sexersizes

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    I need to do more work from reference. Going get this anatomy situation down.

    Quick stick figures.

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    hey seth, its good your picking up on the anatomy, i was just about to suggest it. keep up the good work man.



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    l0stinth0ughts: Yejp. Yejp/ Thanks dude.

    So hard! Time for reference study.

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