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    NSFW - Rhnn's Sketchbook of Sucky Sketchiness

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    Constructive criticism and feedback in general is very welcome!
    There's still a long way to go to get past the suckiness!

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    More pictures...

    Other digital pictures

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    well hello there~ Great sketchbook so far! I love your anthro works, you seem to have a good grasp on anatomy (both animal and humanoid) so it's a real treat for the eyes

    I'd love to see more! *subscribes*

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    hey there.

    great ideas and knowledge. I realy like the first and third one.

    keep on

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    More drawings, this time, there's an anatomy study of an imaginary race.
    But i'm going to scan school anatomy studies as well when i have time.
    There are a lot of errors but it was also my first attempt.

    Also a ballpen sketch

    Thank you very much for your comments !

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    More craft paper sketches and a little bit of gouache. :3

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    warning : shitty background below.
    But I still kind of like this picture. I really need tips to improve clothes texturing..


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    wow !
    great work, keep it up !

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    New pictures

    I havn't updated this since two weeks or something?
    I thought i should put some new pictures. They're not really great, i'm not entirely happy with them, but i'm still sharing.

    Critiques and comments are very welcome.

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    A quick paintchat drawing and another drawing of a friend's character.

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    Numnumsnums Delicious Art

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    Hey Rhnn
    Love ya first 2 pics, nice colours n characters! (Love the long gangily hand and that second big eared toothy chap.) I like the way you do hair, and your eyes are very good! (hehe, that sounded like i was coming on 2 u). Which i wasnt.
    Anyways, nice work dude!
    Love the bird man.

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    OH HAI.

    Keep updatin' darling, we require more of your delicious sketches

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    Wow...Now that's been a long time since i uploaded stuff in here.
    I don't really know why. I was probably being busy with school...

    Anyway here are a few other pictures :

    This one started as a doodle in photoshop. I rarely draw directly in photoshop. For some reason i don't really feel at ease without traditionnal pencil sketches.

    Anyway I ended up trying to put more details into this one and throw some rainy atmosphere.

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    Another one : Concept Drawing of a realistic medieval unicorn.
    Directly in photoshop.

    Usually people see unicorns as big muscular white horse with one horn.
    But medieval unicorns were quite different. There are various descriptions but that's more or less how they were depicted :
    They were very small horse like creature with deer characteristics, a lion or a boar's tail, split hooves, a horse's mane, a goat's goatee and one narvalish horn.

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    Stuff from my sketchbook :

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    Documentary studies

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    Hey Rhynn, good to see you posting again. Very cool studies, are those painted in photoshop? or media in your sketchbook?

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    Wonderfull sketchbook, love the last couple to posts,
    Are the studies traditional panits or photoshop?

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    woaahh! those acrylic (I'm assuming they are) bits and pieces look gorgeous. the light on your glass bits and pieces look great, as do your anthro pictures.

    the very first picture posted, the left hand looks bent far too far forward. just be mindful of that. as for clothes texturing, try experimenting with some different brushes and strokes. check out images of different materials (denim, silk, etc.) and see how they react to light and shadow nice start!

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    Great stuff! My favorites are your second picture and the picture of the birdman. The sketch book work and documentary studies are very well done too. Overall...I wish i could paint like you can

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    The traditional paintings are really cool! The first gouche sketch is sweet!

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    gorgeous traditional life paintings. *___* wow keep posting

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    nice work, i really like your medieval unicorn

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    Nice work. Really like the still-lifes.

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    Those studies are really impressive.
    I also really liked the anatomy drawings.

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    Your creatures remind me of something out of Princess Mononoke or Eragon. Really nice.

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    The studies are all painted traditionnally with fine gouache.

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