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    hello everyone

    my name is bapsi


    i'm 16 years old and i want to become a concept designer. please help me out with a crit, i want to go to art center after high school! D:



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    My first still since, iono..sixth grade?
    Sorry for the bad photo quality.

    I really want to take a figure drawing class soon, I hear it helps someone out a lot.
    All I have is posemaniacs to practice with.
    I think those are 15 second pose things or something.

    Lemme know if my attachments are too big. I'll resize.

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    Did you use a reference? That helps a lot. Find a good atelier, sure. Nice sketch lines on the cup.

    Here is Jean-Leone Gerome's "Bacchante"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naomi Ningishzidda View Post
    Did you use a reference? That helps a lot.
    I didn't, and should. xD
    Thank you.

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    good start, i love things with horns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 28chelseaslater View Post
    good start, i love things with horns.
    Thanks, and yes. I love things with horns too. 8D

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    Where is the beef.
    lol I love what you have dine to the place.

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    What happened to the sketchy horny guy? Did you finish painting it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Liu View Post
    What happened to the sketchy horny guy? Did you finish painting it?
    Kay, just gotta say, best description ever Ronald Liu! The sketchy, horny guy, makes him sound like some creepy pedophile.

    But anyway, really like the horned guy. The profile is perfect, though watch the shading on the lips. One parts makes it look like he has a swollen lip. The horns are okay, though they could use some more curve. Love to see more!

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    Talking inkinkink

    Ink pieces for my AP 2d design class thing.
    I like my eye and patience for detail, but what I don't like is how I tend to go overboard with it and make my piece look cluttered and alskdjfsd.
    Currently trying to work on that.

    Crits on how I can do better in my future pieces?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Liu View Post
    What happened to the sketchy horny guy? Did you finish painting it?
    haha.
    Sketchy horny.
    I never thought of painting it, just sketching it and leaving him alone.
    I guess I'll paint him now, and fix his face and horn some more like Crisscross suggested. ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrissCross View Post
    But anyway, really like the horned guy. The profile is perfect, though watch the shading on the lips. One parts makes it look like he has a swollen lip. The horns are okay, though they could use some more curve. Love to see more!
    Thanks.
    I'll work on his lip and horn before I paint it.

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    Went to Barnes and Noble with daaaad, and saw one of those brown sketchbooks.
    I wanted one, just to abuse white charcoal/pencil.
    Skipped the front page for reasons I just don't understand, and drew a..satyr head.
    I suck at drawing the other eye.
    Any tips for an angle like this one?

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    this recent one:
    I wouldn't worry about getting the whole shape of the eye you would normally see at a full frontal. don't like the eye overlap the shape of the face on that side, like it jutting out weird. Part of the eye is usually kinda hidden by the nose but it depends on how set back the eyes are.

    Its a good sketch so far, just try something

    The assignment with the orange color:
    You have a pretty good balance with detail. Remember to give it some negative or white space with 2D design. The sharp feathers give it kind of an aggressive feel - dunno if that was your intention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matsign View Post
    this recent one:
    I wouldn't worry about getting the whole shape of the eye you would normally see at a full frontal. don't like the eye overlap the shape of the face on that side, like it jutting out weird. Part of the eye is usually kinda hidden by the nose but it depends on how set back the eyes are.

    Its a good sketch so far, just try something

    The assignment with the orange color:
    You have a pretty good balance with detail. Remember to give it some negative or white space with 2D design. The sharp feathers give it kind of an aggressive feel - dunno if that was your intention.
    Thanks.
    Wasn't thinking much about the sharp wings, just about finishing the damn thing before it was due. Dx
    Was supposed to be some kind of harpie, so an aggressive feel is something I guess I'm okay with. :]

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    i like the cluttered overdone design look!
    its pretty easy to find reference for that angle on an eye, just look around at photographs, and the work of others.
    nice start!

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    'Any tips for an angle like this one?'
    Photos, friends or a mirror. Some other good advice on drawing heads can be found in some of the old Andrew Loomis books. I got all the PDF online years ago.

    Anyway, good solid start to a SB, Really like the detailed pic with the orange circle. The simple one figure composition lets you get away with adding all the patterns and details. Plus, the inkwork is quite strong and well done.

    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

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    still life SHIT.

    My first digital..still life thing. an ink bottle right next to my monitor. Zooming in with that bright white background totally changed how the topside of the bottle looked. so I worked with it zoomed out.
    Doesn't excuse me from the fact that I need serious help.
    Somebody? ;;

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    Keep at it! This is some really promising stuff. Just keep posting, keep sketching. There really is somethign to be said for your attention to detail though, those design pieces look excellent. As far as digital painting goes, and I don't claim to be an expert, but just remember, don't assume, that because your brain tells you something is gray, it actually is gray, really look at what you're painting, and use references if you're painting from imagination. There is color in everything. Even gray bottles of ink.

    Your work looks really nice so far, keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sketcheth View Post
    Keep at it! This is some really promising stuff. Just keep posting, keep sketching. There really is something to be said for your attention to detail though, those design pieces look excellent. As far as digital painting goes, and I don't claim to be an expert, but just remember, don't assume, that because your brain tells you something is gray, it actually is gray, really look at what you're painting, and use references if you're painting from imagination. There is color in everything. Even gray bottles of ink.

    Your work looks really nice so far, keep it up!
    Thank you so much for the help. :]
    I'll try harder with tomorrow's still life. ><

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    16!! thats awesome man. just keep working at it. great stuff

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    Awesome details for your design class assignments! And YAY another horny guy. 3/4 this time

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    Hey! with those white pencils, give the highlight a really hard line. It'll really top it off. Use that paper and draw from life, trying to isolate the white. It's fun.

    Yeah and being horny is all good too.

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    typical sketchbook pages. [crap.] :D

    Typical Sketchbook pages out of my 11x14 book that's already falling apart after only 2 months of owning it. x_x
    I'll never get to art center at this rate. >_>
    /goes off to draw figures

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    Thumbs up

    Pretty cool man! I really like your harpie girl character. Keep drawing fun stuff ;-)

    "Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment." -Jalal Ud-Din Rumi
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    Got my sketchbook back from Art Center. I got accepted for a scholarship at saturday high. ;D I chose entertainment design. yeah.
    My boyfriend picked my stuff up, which means I got my beloved sketchbook back. |D
    Looking through it again really makes me wonder why they accepted me.

    I think I'm having one of those weeks. Those "i'll never get to art center. ;_;"
    "i'm doing this, but i'm not learning fast enough."
    "FUCK WHY CAN'T I GET THIS RIGHT"

    I think it's just sleep deprivation. I'm gonna get my well deserved after-AP exam sleep now. lol

    [and I know the chick with the LEGS EVERYWHERE is wrong. xD
    I'm looking into how the legs would fit and actually function {if they can} right now]

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    I'm diggin' your stuffz Especially the crazy ink piece w/the horny chained dragon -- you inked that? Dang.

    Have you been here or here? I found 'em pretty helpful

    Can't wait to see more of your work -- and hopefully some more finished pieces soon?

    Cheers

    Look, see! Nifty art! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=99803

    Hey! Check out my blog here
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    figureshit #1

    AmontilladoAg: Thanks - I've been to the first link, but not the second before. I'll try to get something finished before the month ends.

    Figure shits. Her head really pissed me off. >

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    Cool sketchbook have any more finished pecies to show? That one with the chick and the orange moon is simply amazing. Keep it up!

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    Greetings from Malaysia o/

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