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April 18th, 2009 #151
Apparently in Spring, halfway through the semester SCAD starts up a costumed model thing every week.
So it's like Dr. Sketchy's. Except it's free. And for SCAD people only. And some of the models look ridiculous.
One thing they wanted was for some of us to kinda add stuff to the pose or just interpret it into something.
These were too easy to come up with. And I think they wanted someone to draw the Ninja Turtles, because right after the bo staff, the next pose involved two sais!
For some strange reason, I don't think I've ever actually drawn the Ninja Turtles. No idea why.
EDIT: Oh yeah. I'll be at Dr. Sketchy's this week.
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VERY INSPIRING WORK Psychotime
May 5th, 2009 #154
it's so funny reading your words and looking at your work!! your hyper and fun to read and your work has the same feeling... this is a huge compliment!!! you just crack me up and I don't really know why... I agree with your DR Sketchy summation, the life drawing and smaller places are better, I had to stand at the last DR S's and did not get a thing out of it personally except leg cramps!!! Your work rocks and your Crumps make me want to a=eat them.
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May 22nd, 2009 #157
Hey guy! I'm back from the dead. ^^ Glad to see you've started on some new stuffs. I love the newest one, cutest moogley ever! Very nice colour variations and shades. Keep it up! Pump it out.
"The marvels of daily life are exciting; no movie director can arrange the unexpected that you find in the street." - Robert Doisneau
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May 23rd, 2009 #159
Nice work on the moogle! Keep pushing duder!
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June 7th, 2009 #161
Hullo there You're progressing nicely! Me, on the other hand...
Anyway, love the moogle piece You've always got good expressions on your characters. That texture's really good. Are you thinking about using that sorta technique in your other work?
By the way, I don't scare you, do I? lol
June 9th, 2009 #162
bombchu: I don't plan on using the technique any time soon, but eventually. (It's boring to do.)
Some mall sketches that I'm starting to get the hang of, as well as a few things for fun.
I forgot that my scanner at home is too small for 12x12 paper unless I slice it up. (And it's terrible, too.) So I gotta get to a copy shop or something tomorrow to get a good scan so I can work on something complete.
Also added an image I forgot to put into my sketchbook a while ago. I can't do anything with it, now, since I deleted the files.
EDIT: Tried to fix up the scans. My scanner sucks.
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June 17th, 2009 #163
Scanner still sucks.
Some faces, some bodies, and some fun. Also a study of Da Vinci's "Grotesque Profile"!
Next up, if things go well, I should be uploading two complete pics. One with a comic character and another with two sorta obscure Nintendo characters.
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June 18th, 2009 #165
Hey, thanks for stopping by my thread. You might want to loosen up the life drawings and just do as many possible. Also, study head-to-body proportions (for example, shoulders are about as wide as 3 head widths). Try checking the proportions occasionally in life-drawings too.
Speaking of sketchy, check out some of Rembrandt's life drawings:
Remember, sketching is like note-taking, so don't worry about always making fully polished pieces. Even if you can't totally see what a sketch is supposed to be, it can still be worth something.
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June 20th, 2009 #166
Good stuff :F What's a mall sketch? I hate you if you're just going to the mall and sketching people. It's too clean
I see you're working on lines of action, keep it up! Those saved my butt in Drawing for Sequential lol My work got like 20 times better once I put those in. Well, not 20, but you know what I mean.
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July 27th, 2009 #169
Hey Man Great stuff. I can see the improvements.
Keep up the hard work!
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September 13th, 2009 #176
Those pencil works of yours is really coming along! keep pushing!
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