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    Jacks 2d + 3d Scribblings!

    I've had a shared sketchbook on here for a couple of years now, but I really wanna start exercising my art muscles now

    I'm not great at drawing and the likes, and I know I have way too many bad habits to name, so don't be afraid to just lay in to my work and tell me what's wrong with it. I'll love you for it

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    Just thought I'd start this by posting some of my best stuff, so hopefully you can start to see improvements over time.

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    Hey Jacky! Good to see you around here after meeting you on GA! You have some nice paintings. I liked especially the zumbi guy with a head on his hand. Hope to see this topic alway updated! Cheers!

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    Some nice character work here. Keep them coming.

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    Awesome sketchbook Jack! Is that 3dx max your using to render your characters. They look really sweet! Thx for dropping by my sketchbook. I would really like to see some studies from you. Keep posting!

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    Carlos: Thanks buddy, much appreciated
    thespianmonsalvo: Thanks, will do
    Envisor: Cheers man, the top one is rendered in Maya, and the goblin type fella, is a screengrab straight out of Zbrush.

    here's a couple of studies, and a character I'm currently working on in Zbrush

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    This stuff is great! Just out of curiosity, did you get into animation from an artistic direction or a computer based direction initially? You have great ability in both areas.

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    Even if you say you are rusty i see great works here with best your 3d works.The gnome is lovely as his sprite that you attached
    Keep up!!!

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    sprite and sketches lookz great, more!

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    more! hahahaa

    really nice Jack, keep it up!

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    hey off to a good start, i'm diggin the zbrush stuff. and i like your sketches. maybe a bit more anatomy studies, and some color theory studies as well. other than that just keep on posting. i wanna see more.

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    Royzy: Thanks Royzy, I guess I got into animation through the artistic route, but I did quite enjoy maths at school yeah I know... So anyway 3d animation seemed like a good outlet for my art and maths. I see that you're gonna be doing digital animation soon, good luck with that man, I'm just starting my final year of the bournemouth 3d animation course.
    kingkostas + ZweiDee: Cheers guys, here's some more of the fruits, from my foray into pixelart.
    Newton Br: Thanks, I'll try.
    thesadpencil: Sure thing, I really need to get stuck into some colour work soonish.

    Jacks 2d + 3d Scribblings! Jacks 2d + 3d Scribblings! Jacks 2d + 3d Scribblings!

    A couple of studies done today, from photo ref.

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    The lightbulb and the lighter are great! I also enjoy those pixel works!

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    Like the style a lot. Guy in the orange jump-suit is my favorite. Would really love to keep seeing works in this thread.

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    Nice sketches and 3d stuffs, I particularly love your pixel art! keep it coming!

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    Very good sb! Your style is very personal and already developed....dark and a bit messy, but coherent. You understand the lightning quite well, I guess because you know as well about modelling. My only crit is....keep practicing, dont stop, and work as much as possible everyday! hopefully we all see how you improve.

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    I really love your sprites!!!!!!!!I guess pixel art will never die .Keep up!!!

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    Carlos + yongs: Cheers guys, pixel stuff is good fun, but it takes a loooong time. I'm gonna give it a break for a while now I think and get back into painting.
    Nopig: Thanks, he was supposed to be a Russian astronaut who had got lost in space for decades and gone a bit mad. We did a group animation about him last year.
    QETALIVAN: Thanks, I really wanna keep this going
    kingkostas: hell yeah! it's amazing what the pixel community are churning out at the moment, check out www.wayofthepixel.net if you ever fancy seeing some real pixelart.

    the last image is an idea for my next animation project I'm planning out at the mo.

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    Funny- your sketchier "scribblings" show a great deal of form and stylistic charm. Getting it right the first time is one of those things that is just so hard to do. Your values studies work out well, too. Good job man. Get some more color in there, maybe?

    But yeah. Good job. Post!

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    Quigleyer: Thanks, I've always prefered more expressionistic stuff, plus it's a good way to hide bad anatomy

    Ok I really need to start forcing myself out of my bad habits now, so for starters I need to:
    *Use Colour
    *Draw creatures, i.e less human-like anatomy
    *Pay more attention to clothing and objects
    *Dynamic poses

    and eventually I guess I really need to bite the bullet and start doing full enviros

    But for now colour alone seems like a pretty big beast to tackle

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    really nice stuff. i need to learn zbrush like now haha

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    Cheers Deadhead, yeah it's a lotta fun once you get into it.

    Here are a few more panels from my animatic

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    Hey man. The colored one is nice. Good choice of hues. I would suggest you the same things people have been sugestin´ me. Try to use bigger brushstrokes.

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    You have the list now start doing it mate. Makes goals and accomplish them as you will. Improvements will be unavoidable if you're setting goals like that.

    Ok I really need to start forcing myself out of my bad habits now, so for starters I need to:
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    *Draw creatures, i.e less human-like anatomy
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    Why the midget in #6 don't have a penis ? although your 3d looks good , keep up the good work. Oh and focus on one thing til you nail it and then move to lets say drawing or painting. See ya

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    Carlos: Cheers buddy, colours definetly aint one of my strong points, but I'm starting to see improvement. I see what you mean about the little brush, it kinda makes my colour piece look sketchy, as opposed to a full on painting.
    seth1: Thanks man, really appreciate it
    flamable: Cheers, the midget has a suitable groin lump now.
    kingkostas: Thanks, I'm a big fan of impressionistic stuff.

    Flamable bought up an interesting point, would I be better off concentrating on say sculpting, and then moving onto something else like drawing?
    I find by jumping about in different mediums I keep it interesting for myself. What do you guys tend to do?

    Here's a few of my sketches lumped together, and some painting in zbrush

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    Nice texture on the dwarf guy and i like your paintings! especially the colored one.

    I'm not sure about focussing on 1 or not, but maybe the progress would be indeed faster if you are focusing on a single skill. But if you love both, why not do it together

    and my teacher always says that sculpting helps in drawing so maybe it aint a bad choice to practice them together afterall.

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    yongs: Thanks, I think I'm gonna carry on doing a bit of everything, it's wicked fun.

    I've just started up lifedrawing classes again, so hopefully this'll be a weekly thing. These are all pretty quick poses, the thumbnails were 15-30 secs and the others were a couple of minutes I think. Not great, but I'm gonna need a few weeks to warm up.

    Also a quick Frazetta study, and a relief sculpture. The sculpture was done in Kings Cross station, with Paul Day teaching about 15 of us, it was a wicked experience, and Paul's a really cool guy. His stuff has some crazy perspective and amazing detail, it's well worth checking out.

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    more studies. Da Vinci and Bouguereau

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