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    Aut0n's Sketchbook! Contains Lots of Beards (Updated TODAY!)

    Hey, I just joined here a few days ago, loving all the stuff I've seen so far. Wanted to get some actual criticism instead of all the useless praise back over at DeviantArt. I look forward to exploring this site more.

    Aut0n's Sketchbook! Contains Lots of Beards (Updated TODAY!)
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    Thanks for the comment! Here's some more stuff, this is all digital.

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    Very nice cartoon style, only complaint is to make the fingers on the short fat guy in the first piece look like fingers instead of claws. Otherwise great work.

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    One more.

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    Ah. You play Team Fortress 2. That's nice. I feel slightly confused looking at the demomans chair, and his pose isn't entirely convincing, but I really like your style and your lines.

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    good cartoon style! I like it. Maybe you could think to make it a little more clean, special on outline.

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    Thanks for the comments everyone. Anjin, what do you mean by making it a little bit more clean?

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    Some sketches from my smaller sketchbooks.

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    Ha ha, Freud. Anyway, it looks as if you've got your cartoony style wrapped up nicely, but there is one thing that I'm not seeing (and believe me, I learnt this doing my Animation diploma): that is action/emotive/characterful poses.

    So far you've got character designs down and that's good, but it'll be useless in your portfolio if it doesn't show any of them "being" something. I tell you what, I'd love to see that dwarf guy with the axe just volcanic mad, like he's about to cut a boulder in two. Or maybe your coboy vigilante with all guns blazing whilst jumping through the air. That would be cool, but more importantly, show how good you really are.

    I'm going to subscribe to this thread; I want to see how you do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aut0n View Post
    Thanks for the comments everyone. Anjin, what do you mean by making it a little bit more clean?
    the line of "ink", sometimes, you give a cartoon style to a color verison, the cartoon style need in my opinion a clean inked lineartem without lines crossing each other like a sketch. Sorry if I express myself with a bad english...

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    I agree with phix! Put more personality into your carachters and they will be more entertaining!
    But anyway, I really like your style, dude! Keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phix View Post
    Ha ha, Freud. Anyway, it looks as if you've got your cartoony style wrapped up nicely, but there is one thing that I'm not seeing (and believe me, I learnt this doing my Animation diploma): that is action/emotive/characterful poses.

    So far you've got character designs down and that's good, but it'll be useless in your portfolio if it doesn't show any of them "being" something. I tell you what, I'd love to see that dwarf guy with the axe just volcanic mad, like he's about to cut a boulder in two. Or maybe your coboy vigilante with all guns blazing whilst jumping through the air. That would be cool, but more importantly, show how good you really are.

    I'm going to subscribe to this thread; I want to see how you do!
    THanks for the feedback and the kind words , I noticed that I need to do more of that as well when I poked around the forums here. I'm definitely going to start working on it.

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    So, I was thinking something like this for the Orc then.

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    Da Ork

    So finished up the Orc one.

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    Cool stuff man! You seem to have found your own style, which is great! Nice to see some more dynamic stuff (the latest orc)., it's easy to get stuck at the point where you just draw something that stands there. I myself kinda suck at drawing dynamic pictures, but it's good practise.
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    I loved the jobs !
    Your "bullpen" ilustration is very good, clean, soft and with nice colors.
    Keep going and post more jobs !

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    Some different armor variations for World War 2 Orcs. Used a bunch of they could've salvaged from vehicles or soldiers. Also, friend asked me to do a bone armor one, not to my liking, but it turned out okay.

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    I like your style keep em coming

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    A piece I whipped up using the pen tool in photoshop.

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    the last vector piece is very strong! Maybe you should consider to move also to illustrator... It'd give to you a lot more of vector possibilities...

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    Illustrator is very nice, I've had some experience with it before, but I prefer Photoshop for my digital needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aut0n View Post
    Illustrator is very nice, I've had some experience with it before, but I prefer Photoshop for my digital needs.
    I preferr photoshop too, but for a lineart like your last one illustrator is better, faster, and really more rich in possibilites! Later, you can always to charge the work in photoshop for effects, texture and so on. Anyway, it is only an idea!

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    Posting some old stuff I've done and some recent stuff as well.

    The dancing girl is really old, done with a mouse in Photoshop.

    The Desktop is something I did when I got frustrated at the lack of well designed wallpapers on the web.

    Samuel L. Jackson I did for my school paper and a review of Snakes on a Plane.

    Harry Potter piece is just me goofing around after finishing the last book.

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    You've got a great sense of design. You do a good job both in your compositions and your character designs of using lines to move the viewers eye around the picture. I especially like the composition of the soldier piece (hope you don't mind if I set it as my wallpaper!).

    Keep up the good work.

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    Thanks for the compliments! Of course I don't mind, enjoy!

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    A concept I'm working on, it's still pretty rough but any feedback would be welcomed.

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    Hey all, haven't posted here in a while, been busy with school and work, you know how it is. I haven't gotten around to scanning my sketchbook in a while, so I'll do that soon and post it on here, in the meantime, here' some digital stuff.

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    Very funny !
    I liked to ORC variation's

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    nice character desgin

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