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    Pnelma's Sketches

    Hello! I am perfectly brand new here, so at the prodding of my brother carmageddonstein I'm gonna post a few things.

    I draw a weekly webcomic called Asylum Laboratories. You can find it at www.asylumlabs.com and I would love critique on the latest pages, and on the layout of the pages in the archives for when I redraw them to match the current quality of the comic.

    I guess I'll start out with a few concepts.

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    Critique please!

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    "Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter."

    "Quotation is a serviceable substitution for wit."

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    So it's been a while. I'm going to an art school so hopefully my work has improved some?

    I don't remember how to use these forums, though. Anyway, here's something that I did to relax that sort of snowballed. There's a whole bunch wrong with it and I might get it critiqued in the other thread just for giggles.

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    I've been character obsessing recently, which is good for business, I s'pose. The first fellow is a 1960's private detective with powers based on the mythical properties of bloodstone---it's said to grant invisibility, and it's the stone of martyrs. I tried to convey that but on second thought maybe I should've taken out the highlights instead of his skin tone. What do you think?


    The second one is a basilisk king. The figure is meant to be a shadow, so the proportions are exaggerated; behind the throne is curled the real king, but I'm not sure if it's communicated well at all.

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    Here's one from tonight. I didn't want to go to bed having not drawn something, so here it is. They're shapeshifting siblings.

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    Here's a scene I'm working on from a fairy tale. It's just a really rough speedpaint, maybe an hour, two hours tops?

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    Just a quick comicking exercise to start the new year. I put down the panels first and then tried to come up with a story or sequence of events to fit the page as fast as I could. Did it in 5 hours. Not completely successful but it's a start.

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