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April 27th, 2008 #1
PieMonster's sketchbook - Lots of sketches, lots! - February 24 2014
Hello, I draw stuff. Enjoy watching, and leave a comment if you feel like it.
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Some stuff from this weekend, haven't had much time for drawing really. I'm aware of the really short arms on the first dude in the second picture. Any critique would be great (I realize there's not many pictures to critique, but general critique would be great ). Enjoy, if possible, haha.
Thanks for looking.
May 5th, 2008 #9
Cool looking sketches and characters!
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May 5th, 2008 #10
Cool studies man! I would love to see more of your digital art too, i can see some cool characters trying to break loose ;-) Keep it up!
"Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment." -Jalal Ud-Din Rumi
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May 6th, 2008 #12
Thanks Kidult, LECO and Matsign
Some stuff from today / yesterday, the first picture is an attempt at making a fancy frontpage. Eh... The arm that is semishaded on the helmetwearing dude looks detached, as if it was attached to the body too high up on his side. And the deltoid of the top figure is just fucked up.
Gotta do some more lifes-studies and anatomy ...
May 8th, 2008 #13
Gotta disappoint ya'll (whoever might be watching this thread) that there are no studies ... or life drawings. But, there is a characterthing I drew yesterday, and a couple of pages from today, after having looked through my Wes and DanielC folders. The last one is as you probably can see, not finished yet. I'm a bit annoyed by having sketched that far out on the side, the left leg (his right) is a few millimetres off the page.
Crits are highly encouraged.
May 8th, 2008 #14
Some nice work here.
"All non-reffed (except for the loomis stuff, obviously)" unless your an anatomy master, use reference when possible.
For a 15year old your pretty damn good, so keep at it, study life, photos etc when you can't think of anything to draw... and have FUN.
my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
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May 12th, 2008 #15
you're pretty critic about your own work, thats a good thing. maybe try to change the things you dislike, and then post them here. also find your weak parts in the anatomy and write them down. make studies from them. I fully agree with SEVANS, you're pretty damn good
May 12th, 2008 #16
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May 18th, 2008 #17
Haven't been drawing much lately, school and freetime activities taking up much of my time.
Sevans: Yeah, I use reference too little, and I guess my anatomy lacks quite a bit because of it, I'll try to get into a habit of using reference more. And thanks!
Frank: Thanks, that seems like a good idea.
Here is some stuff from this week, been doing some pencil stuff as well, but haven't made anything worth showing (and considering my standars for what is worth showing, that is not good ). Theres a grayscale head with color overlay variations, and a digital sketch.
May 18th, 2008 #18
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May 19th, 2008 #19
Having had a day off from school I've been doing digital stuff mainly, so here is todays stuff that I figured was decent enough to show.
The brushtest painting, is well, a brushtest and not intended as a very serious environment. The brushes are the creation of m@., and they work wonders (in the right hands, of course(I'm not saying I have the right hands, haha)).
Number 2 is an attempt at painting a sketch, and it's currently in progress, as you probably can tell.
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May 20th, 2008 #20
Some stuff from today, and a couple of days old sketches.
#1 Progress on the WIP, huzzah!
#2 Sketch from today, took far too long considering it's complexity.
#3+4+5 Random sketches, with 2 reffed faces (improvement!) on the top.
#6 Marker sketch from today, gotta say the dude in the top left is the one of them I'm the most happy with.
May 20th, 2008 #21
Jeg kan allerede si at mye av dette ser meget lovende ut!
Liker spesielt godt ansiktene dine. Selv kunne jeg ikke tegnet et ordentlig ansikt om så livet mitt avhang av det.
Prøv å fargelegge noe med wacomen din, flott øvelse for å meste...vel...fargelegging.
Velkommen til ConceptArt!
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i like what i'm seeing here, you've got some sweet character concepts going on so far. i like the sketchiness of your pencils. i'd suggest doing more anatomy studies, and life drawing. in your paintings try pushing the values more to help give more depth and contrast, try to get thevalues to go along w/ how the form is. other than that just keep it up, you're definitely on the right track.
To live is to create, to create is to live. Without art and music, I do not know how I would get by in my day to day life.
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August 16th, 2008 #24
Thanks for the tips, Thesadpencil.
I haven't updated in quite some time, hehe. Just got home from a couple of
weeks on Crete, actually managed to do quite a bit of drawing there. But
school's about to start again and I better start updating regularly, so I'll
start off with a drawing from life (omg!) which sucks. Then there are studies
from the last two days, and then there's older stuff.
Feel free to crit!
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I just want to say that I'm aMAZED by your concepts and drawings. I'm 15 too and I'm trying to get a sense of place in this world as an artist and you just blow me away. Have a wonderful day!
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September 4th, 2008 #29
Cheers, Bullsey, actually, I'm 16, thanks a lot for the compliments!
So here are 2 (quite sloppy) color studies from today, the first one is reffed from here and is sort of color picked (bad bad) and then a study of my desk, wherein the colors are probably quite inaccurate. As long as it helps me get better at coloring! Both are done in Open Canvas.
September 4th, 2008 #30
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