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    dude

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    Update: Got it scanned in.
    Last edited by Bingo; November 10th, 2009 at 05:23 AM. Reason: Better scan

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    Nice stuff, Tony. One tiny suggestion: why not trying to have a weight scale of your lines? That would help the figures have more dimension in the space.
    Great work overall!

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    Hey, Tony!

    A coupla things:

    1. I agree with Chupacabra to an extent. I actually think you have nice line quality, and it's clear that you understand how to execute it. When you slow down and go for "finish", the line weight/values seem to book-end from medium dark to dark, though the quick "Suburban Poisoning Scene" has a comparatively much wider range. The Super-sucker Worm has it in its mushy interior creases, but the Unicycle-Mutant has it on a segregated-area basis, and the entire from is basically outlined (though I really like the drawing).

    I think you'd be most of the way There if you considered how pushing and pulling your contour lines would aid in focus, eye movement, and whether a form is receding or approaching.

    2. I think you'd really benefit from a much freer and looser application of "paint" when you get to the color stuff. You're inventing the light, so everything gets treated like a generic "light/mid/shadow/bounce" Rendering a Primitive exercise.

    I made an example image of a super-fast and *incredibly* helpful method to get that looseness/happy accident/idea thing rolling. I don't want to be a jackass and post my thing to your personal sketchbook, so if you'd give me permission to post my example using your Superman/Worm piece, I'll put it up in my sketchbook and make you a link from here. I'd love to show you--I think you'd dig it.

    Good work--I can't wait to see more!

    best,
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    Gentlemen (Chupacabra, rusko-berger), thank you for the fantasic feedback, just the sort of support and help I'm looking for to help me improve.

    Nick, I would love to see the image, please feel free to post it ...

    Thanks again gents.

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    the pencil version in fantastic, but coloured version is not excellent
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    Thanks so much, Tony!

    It went quickly & well, so I made it part of a tutorial.

    Her's the link: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...74#post2449674

    See you!
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    Gentlemen (Chupacabra, rusko-berger), thank you for the fantasic feedback, just the sort of support and help I'm looking for to help me improve.

    Nick, I would love to see the image, please feel free to post it ...

    Thanks again gents.

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    Unusual one for me as I didn't draw in pencil first ...

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    Messed around with this sketch a little before bed ... not happy with the nose ... amongst other things ... but hey ho

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    Fantastic work Bingo, definitely some of the best pencil work I've seen of yours

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    Many thanks for your kind words frettchen ...
    Last edited by Bingo; October 27th, 2009 at 04:23 AM. Reason: updated the image

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    This was how my head felt at work yesterday ...

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    Shading on these last couple of pieces has really come on leaps and bounds bingo!

    Are you going to be colouring this latest one?

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    Having a go at painting one of the previous sketches

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