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Thread: Manartees Sketch Dump
September 29th, 2008 #1
Manartees Sketch Dump
In an attempt to draw more I will be trying to submit a sketch every day to this dump. hope you enjoy.....Hope I can keep up with this haha.
If you want to see more of my stuff go to: http://peteryongart.blogspot.com/
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberNovember 2nd, 2008 #2
First Month Finished!
Woo! This thing has been going for a month! Somehow feels longer than that.
Anyway here are the sketches for November:
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November 2nd, 2008 #3
I find it very strange that this SB hasn't gotten any love yet. There's some serious fun radiating from your sketches and you seem to have a decent grip on your anatomy. If you've been on this forum some time you'd probably realize most of the people here have a serious fetisj for that. Anyways, hope you keep posting, maybe some coloured stuff?
November 11th, 2008 #4
SWEET!, Good work
November 28th, 2008 #5Registered User
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awesome work pete, really impressed! love that big dragon critter pic and also that coloured beasty with the red and green highlights
keep it up!
December 1st, 2008 #6
3rd months now! Still going strong!
alkaline111: Thank you so much for the advice! I've been really trying to focus on these things this week, still trying to get my head around it. You are right all my transitions are the same and i need to be concious of what i am doing. And in terms of light.....I've realized i don't think about it actively when i paint and thats i guess why they can look fuzzy. Gotta paint smarter!
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December 1st, 2008 #7
HEY MAN artee!!
Be aware of the quality of the lights and the interaction and union between the particular colors and values(everything you see is being brought forth by light, understand why and how to communicate the range of exposure you want)..understand what your materials are and how they react to the light (absorb, or reflect)..... treat the transitions with great care.....being conscious of the sharpness or the softness of transitions..
take chances and make every stroke purposeful.......meaning there needs to be a purpose/idea in mind.
Your the man keep trucking
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February 6th, 2009 #10Registered User
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Man these are awesome!
Cheers to your skill,
"No man is a buffalo!"
:: M Y B L O G ::
February 17th, 2009 #11
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Really diggin` this stuff, really like the hellboy ref'd image...
February 20th, 2009 #13