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Thread: aprentices sketch book
October 10th, 2008 #1
aprentices sketch book
this is a logo for my animation company
that i am in the progress of making right now
i am 15 years old and hope to see many years of drawing for myself
crits are well appreciated
i didnt like the so called logo so i changed th pictures
and ill make a neww logo in a later post
be posting soon this weekend maybe
Last edited by aprentice; January 31st, 2009 at 01:38 PM. Reason: pic
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January 4th, 2009 #4Registered User
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I like the zombie, and venom is coming along nicely. If you can't afford photoshop, why not use actual paints, or markers, I think your drawing style would suit markers quite well.
Also anatomy studies are a must, if not for doing actual realistic drawings, they will just teach you how to draw believable muscles/hands/feet on your cartoons
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Keep those sketches comin! The Venom looks like its going well and that zombie has a funny look, very humorous.
If you need an art program thats free, versatile and can go head to head with photoshop, download The Gimp. http://www.gimp.org/downloads/ <---- If you download it, its gonna come with 2 different files in a zip archive. Unzip it using something like winzip or winrar, install the GTK first and then run the Gimp installer. You can find additional brushes, plug-ins etc on the website and just searching the net. Also, the help files are available for download on the Gimp website aswell.
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There are free art programmes like ArtRage and Serif DrawPlus4 (vector) that you could use. As you don’t have a tablet vector might help as you can reshape objects after drawing them. Also try drawing some objects from life to help with your observational skills.
January 13th, 2009 #13
thanks ive actually been trying to get a scanner to post some of my drawings
so by time i actually get a scanner i should have a little life drawings
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It looks like you're focusing on stylizing something you don't quit understand yet (the human form/whatever else). Study your brains out before you start drawing cartoony; you'll notice, even after a few months, how much easier cartooning will become, if that's your preference. Cool stuff, though.
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January 31st, 2009 #18
alot of stuff that i coulfnt upload earlier
so this is all th stuff i did in tne last two weeks.
I started reading a book called "the american drawing book"
and I think its helping quite a bit
so this is a pretty big amout of stuff
asw always crits appriciated
(and help is well appriciated)
sorry about the crap web cam photos
Last edited by aprentice; January 31st, 2009 at 12:47 PM.
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Great Job Sky man. How are we ever going to animate this char ehh???
He'll be the hardest. i'm thinking paper like animation where each part of his body is in great detail but his movement is POOR.
our Chars are going to be ez eh? btw. we still need to design one more char.
^The Mentalist. it's just not a show without 4 main dudes.
January 31st, 2009 #20
I am seeing some improvement!
Keep up the good work, practice is key.
Check out my Sketchbook
I love feedback and tips
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Those hands and bananas from a few posts up appear to be drawn from life and are probably the strongest pieces you've got so far. Keep going!
If you can't find full body subjects in real life, it won't hurt to visit posemaniacs.com or even just google images. Good luck!
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February 2nd, 2009 #28
working on the background for my youtube page
critiques allways wellcome
everyone: thank you for your comments
ill try to get a scanner
its just that my computer broke down and im saving money to buy a new one
so for now im using my cousins computer
Last edited by aprentice; February 2nd, 2009 at 05:21 PM.
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