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March 8th, 2008 #1
Attack Of The Pencil
This here sux, go to page 18 for the good stuff.
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Hi, cool to see another one from DAE on conceptArt, welcome !
I'll try to post some more tips/ crits later but I can you give you already one:
draw the hands of the warrior larger, but maybe already have been said so.
Gl and hf on CA ^^
Last edited by Lyno; March 8th, 2008 at 02:59 PM.
March 8th, 2008 #3
Some more old work.
March 8th, 2008 #4
I was once sitting on the train to school, and I got so bored that I decided to draw the train from the inside
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March 9th, 2008 #6
Can someone please tell me how I get a link to my SB in the signature? :p
Im a true noob with forums
edit: nvm, i got it.
Last edited by Grafguy; March 9th, 2008 at 11:27 AM.
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Good job practicing your foundations like anatomy and perspective. Once in a while try scribbling quick gestures. like 1 to 2 minute gestures it will definitely loosen up your drawings. Play around with line weight.
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March 19th, 2008 #11Registered User
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nice to meet another DAE'r on CA.org.
i will comment your azteck because its final work :-)
I like the pose, its reasonably good for a beginner, nice to see you take your time to draw it right! i think the coloring makes him "flat" en de shadows are not always correct..
Nice work so far, keep it up!
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I like your style, though I can see where Maerrick is coming from with his tips for loosening it up a bit. To be honest, I think I'll follow up his tip myself, for that matter.
The image that immedately caught my eye was the Monkey, nice expressive sketch. It looks like great material for a stylized (vectored?) logo. At second glance I was also impressed with your drawing of the in-train perspective. you should get bored there more often.
I would say, your weakest sketch would be the first image in post #3. Study the anatomy of the animal more, and don't 'give up' like you seem to have done with his head.
On a side note, are you Dutch-speaking Belgian by any chance? I'm Dutch myself, and haven't seen many Dutch/Belgians around the forums.
March 31st, 2008 #13
Finnally im back at home after 2 weeks and so Ive got to scan some new pages
I hope you'll like it
1. 2 of the many model sketches the had us make with sketchmarkers
2 & 3. We went a day to the zoo, where weve drawn animals for inspiration for the robot assignment (posting some of that later on this week)
4. other drawning from boredom
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April 4th, 2008 #19
This time with some designs ive made for my robot-assignment
Meanings is we have to design a robot based on animals, and model it completely in 3D
Here's some sketches, feel free to critiseise (or something with crits )
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pretty impressive sketches and studies, your graff is kinda lacking, but everything else is really good, keep it up.
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try master porportions and anatomy some more. but your realy good i think.
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