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    I was drawing some stuff from http://characterdesigns.com/index.ph...page=photosets. Tried the lady in the kimono...didn't go so well. I realized I can't recognize a figure correctly under heavy clothing. Wanna see those?

    EDIT: Finally! second page!


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    Hey nice SB going on here! i like your loose lines a lot, but you should also focus on more studying the anatomy, from books or real life for example

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    Parsakoira: Gotcha.

    Some doodles. My roommate has a great scanner.

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    I'mma try some Loomis next.

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    Nice style!!!
    I love it!

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    Thank ya, Variiaz!

    Here's some Loomis.

    EDIT: That dude's family must be crazy not to bring that book back in production!

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    I tried out DSG 1409. It was fun.

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    Despite how solid your lines are, there's so much flow! So everything looks like you know what you're doing, long before you've even started. Eugh. Jelous. I'm a doodler, so I draw with no intention of finished product. =/

    I'd like to see more variety though, both in subject and medium.

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    Good job you look like your getting the idea about this art game and enjoyed looking through you book keep it up.
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    Thanks, HAJiME and Ashab!

    Some doodles...and chameleons!

    EDIT: I just realized! This thread is being updated daily!
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    Stupid lolz
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    More doodle stuff. Plus some pre-drawing, in particular. The real pic will be posted soon.

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    OMG! LIFE DRAWING!!!!

    1 minute gestures are STILL a pain. But near the end I think I was getting the hang of it.

    I think I was the only freshmen that showed up there. I could be wrong.

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    Ooh, wow... I really love your characters! They're so expressive! I like the robot best so far... but I'm biased 'cos I love robots. You make me feel like I should clean up my lines... and I should! And... study poses...

    Oh, but for gestures, even one-minute sketches, it's best to still draw the skeleton underneath. Err, I'll do some too. (I need to anyway) If you're loose enough with the skeleton you'll have plenty of time to go over it! I end up getting the skeleton down with one continuous stroke... lol but I'm really loose with my lines. I've had to do 10 second sketches so one minute would be a relief.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bombchu View Post
    Oh, but for gestures, even one-minute sketches, it's best to still draw the skeleton underneath. Err, I'll do some too. (I need to anyway) If you're loose enough with the skeleton you'll have plenty of time to go over it! I end up getting the skeleton down with one continuous stroke... lol but I'm really loose with my lines. I've had to do 10 second sketches so one minute would be a relief.
    Thanks for the tip!


    A quick something that I'll finish tomorrow.

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