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September 18th, 2008 #27
FearSelf: thanks, glad you like them. Ideally, I'd like to become an illustrator.
project for English class
Last edited by T-M-K; September 19th, 2008 at 07:34 AM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberSeptember 27th, 2008 #28
man, school is a pain in my ass.
I wish I had an art class or something similar that could at least allow me to get a little practice in, but no dice.
here's a detail of an acrylic that I'm working on. any tips? I'm new to this.
September 29th, 2008 #29
October 6th, 2008 #30
school has been brutal lately, but now I have a whole week off to practice!
it's not really relevant to this website and it's not really art, but this project has stolen my youth from me for a week or so, and I'm whoring it everywhere now that I've got it done.
today, two speed paintings, both of insect fight quality
October 7th, 2008 #31
today's dose of disfigured monsters and unfinished freaks
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October 7th, 2008 #33
Keep it going TMK! You have an incredibly amount of potential from the looks of it. I really like your textures and I loveeee yer sketches.
When it came to my art, I went my own way and did not follow the trends.-Frank Frazetta
October 8th, 2008 #34
October 10th, 2008 #35
seth1: Thanks! I actually tend to insert huge disfigured arms and stuff like that because I can never get anything symmetrical. yikes!
vanbythevaseline: thanks man, glad you think so.
jedininjaman: yeah I have trouble with faces, especially noses. ugh. thanks for the comment man, when I see similarly aged artists like you doing so much better than me I get totally pumped to improve
some stuff from today and yesterday
October 11th, 2008 #36
October 11th, 2008 #37
October 29th, 2008 #38
been busy lately :-/
November 17th, 2008 #39
as always, I'm open for suggestions on methods of practicing, ways to improve, etc.