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    Update!

    Sorry for the lack of updates, guys. Our scanner took a dump and I'm waiting for HP's replacement to arrive. This is a still life drawing I did today just to do one. This wasn't an assignment. The second one I did today was, however. I don't have a picture of the second one, so here's the first one.

    It's some tree stump thing with a rope and some sort of animal bone or something under it with a plastic egg.

    Until I get the printer/scanner back, this will have to do.

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    Final Project Ideas for 2D Design

    (These are just ideas I use as a reference for what I'm going to have to build with other materials. Rocks, string, tree bark, wood, paint, etc...)

    I promise I will upload REAL sketches and work soon. I'm just waiting on our replacement scanner to arrive. I'd use my cell phone's camera, but it's not that good with smaller drawings. It makes them really fuzzy.

    These are ideas for the final cut-paper project in my 2D Design class. We're allowed to use whatever textures and paper we want to achieve our goal. These will be constructed with certain materials.

    This is just one idea. I'll be posting more as I finish/think of them.

    "Fire and Brimstone" idea.

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    Idea #2

    I'm embarassed to post these on account of I know just how much the followers of CA.org are into the traditional drawing and painting methods. Believe me, I'm not a fan of the modern art push that my school puts on us any more than most of you are. I'd much rather be in a class learning how to paint in classical methods. However, until I get into my painting class, this is what you're getting. Sorry for the modern art designs ahead of time.

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    Last edited by Wilsty; November 22nd, 2009 at 10:59 PM. Reason: Adding a second image

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    Hi (:
    I have some advice. so just stright to it realy...
    Stay away from the smudge tool! dont even thing about it.... I know some realy good people use it. but they realy know what they are doing

    no hard felings- Tim

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    Thanks for the advice! No offense taken considering these are just sketches I use to visualize what I have to construct through the use of other materials (wood, rocks, string, paper, etc...) Believe me, if I was going to turn this drawing in for a drawing or digital drawing assignment, I'd shoot myself.

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    Big Upload of Studies and Miscellaneous Junk

    Cloth.

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    Human head looking up.

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    Figure with arm out.

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    Skull.

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    Torso.

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    Body in profile.

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    Arm.

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    Mangled hands and feet (NOTE: These are studies of a fellow student's work at JJC named Mike Bishop. I saw his work in the hall and decided to sit down and do a few quick sketches of his stuff.)

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    Eyeball.

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    Diver, hands, and feet scribbles.

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    Miscellaneous Notes and Junk (Demon is from some famous drawing. Can't remember the name.)

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    More miscellaneous junk and quick scribbles.

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    Sketch done while reading Neil Gaiman's "The Sandman."

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    Studies of Michael Mentler's drawings of the face

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    Quick scribbles in ink.

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    Thanksgiving Day Scribbles and Scratches

    These were studies/copies of stuff I saw illustrated by Sandow Birk in "Dante's Inferno". So, I decided to try and draw the way he did. He's got this real comic style to his stuff. I was also interested in how he made the characters interact (something I need to start doing much more...can't depict much of a story without it).

    Scribbles and scratches.

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    I'll post more stuff soon.
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    Rough Idea

    This is a rough preliminary sketch of what will probably turn out to be as my final painting in 2D Design. Still can't seem to get limbs 100% correct yet. Gotta study anatomy a LOT more. I'll post pics of how the final cut-paper piece turned out once it's done (about 90% done).

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    2D Design Final Cut Paper Piece Almost Done

    As stated in the title. Man, I need to invest in a camera. The camera-phone isn't cutting it.

    Hand-drawn images (charcoal) from "The Sandman" (the obvious inspiration for this piece) scanned in and printed out via Rasterbator. Twigs acting as dividers. Staples and rope for three-dimensional effect. The raven is actually protruding from the piece (hard to tell through the photograph). An hourglass found on Google's image search. Acrylic paint on the colored parts. All on a piece of fence.

    Just need to put a border around it. Probably wood stained in some color. Going to mount it raised in line with the raven to balance it out.

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    Final Drawing Assignment Part 1

    Study of one of Masahiro Ito's drawings.

    Our class had to pick an artist and attempt to copy one of their works. The second part of the assignment is to utilize their style into some kind of drawing of our own. That one will be up later.

    Meh, time permitting I would more than certainly fix a few things or do it over. The nose is too long as well as his neck. If I reshaped the nose I'd have to move the lips up more considering Ito made it look more as if the character was looking up. The hand should also be over to the left about half an inch or so.

    The drawing itself is about 3' x 4' 3/4 on gray paper.

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    "The Scarecrow" - Part Deux

    This is just a second version of my "Scarecrow" drawing I did for fun. I decided to play around with it more back in October and I decided to submit it and two other drawings I did for possible selection in the community college's art and writing magazine "Wordeater." This one got picked, so here 'tis.

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    And here are just the scanned copies of it from our school's magazine.

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    This was one of the other two I did. I'm not going to put up the other one on account of I really hate it and it really doesn't accomplish anything I set out to do with it visually speaking.

    "David of Dreams"

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    Final Painting for 2D Design class

    This is the final painting I did for my 2D Design class. It's acrylic paint on plywood with some water soluble crayons used for highlights and such. I'll replace this with a better pic once the slides are taken with a better camera and when it's hung up and not being viewed at an angle.

    The next time I do a painting, I'm picking a light source and sticking to it! Damn!

    That and focus on the anatomy a bit more. The arm's off a bit. It's got jelly-limb syndrome.

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    Scribbles and scratches

    Scribbles and scratches and a couple of arm studies.

    Ink sketch of one of Masahiro Ito's drawings.

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    Another ink sketch of one of Masahiro Ito's drawings.

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    And another ink sketch of one of Masahiro Ito's drawings.

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    Arm study from "Anatomy Lessons from the Great Masters."

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    And another study from the same book.

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    A real quick scribble of a plant I saw from across the way.

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    Scribbles and scratches from a different book.

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    Yoji Shinkawa Study

    I get about a month off for Winter break. To keep from getting rusty and to study my favorite artists, I've decided to study their work.

    Here's a quick sketch I did while looking at one of Yoji Shinkawa's character designs. I'm not too familiar with the whole MGS storyline or all of the characters, but I'm assuming this is either Boss or Big Boss or whatever he's called. I don't know. I really love Yoji's work.

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    Yoji Shinkawa Studies

    These are a couple of quick sketches/scribbles I did while viewing Yoji Shinkawa's work to go along with the ones I did yesterday. Just trying to stay loose in the drawing, but productive in terms of shelling out drawings. I didn't get as many sketches in as I would've liked to today. I'll get some more in later tonight or tomorrow.

    I'm definitely going to keep on trying to study more artists for the rest of this break. I think up next I will study some of Michael Mentler's methods of drawing his figures in order to be better prepared for my figure drawing class.

    Looking to learn!  Wilsty's Sketchbook. - Gah. Need to close in some of that white space in what would be Snake's left eye. It's too open.

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    Have a good evening/day, everyone! (all depending on what part of the Earth you reside, I suppose).
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    Just messing around.

    Wow! Somebody slap the Hell out of me. I've totally been a bit lazier than expected. Back to the grind.

    Quick impulsive sketch. Nothing special.

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