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    Thanks guys!

    @Vertical - I'll have to watch the legs next time. He was a pretty skinny guy, but there's plenty of things I got wrong in this session.

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    @theartisticwonder - I wish more comics from the Philippines got translated into English. I've seen some comic art from Filipino artists that just blows me away.

    Today's update:

    I was curious how this old sketch would look with some colours tossed on. I did the sketch from life but had a photo ref lying around as well.
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    At some point I was bored in a meeting and thought I'd try designing some different cartoon characters with small eyes and big noses. Then I got interested in masks but before I could make more masked characters the meeting was over.
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    your cartoon characters are cool , they are sure good for 2d animations ...

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    You have some great stuff here! I really enjoyed the pow comic =D

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    Ugggghhhh. I've been sick for the past week. (Sunday to Sunday. For a cold that didn't even involve coughing or sore throats it totally laid me out flat.) I got next to nothing done. I am slowly getting around to scanning all the things lying around the house.

    I'm working on cleaning these next two up right now:

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    And on January 22 I went on Sketchcrawl 18 and sketched a few things. Mostly around my house because it's January and going on Sketchcrawl in Alberta in January isn't easy.

    A shelf in the coffee shop where we hang out Saturday mornings:

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    And my new sweater:

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    I always forget how much I like working with pencil crayons. Maybe once I move my drafting table into the new office I'll pull them out more often.

    I've got a bunch more random sketches to do crap with, maybe once I stop feeling like phlegm on toast I can get around to it.

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    Trying to redesign my Jabberwock. This is the second go this week. Much much better than the first go, but still pretty ridiculous-looking. Is it just that dinosaurs are extremely ridiculous or is the pose particularly dumb? Help me out here.

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    I think this one will be worth finishing once I can get some better bike reference. (Wing reference is relatively easy.) So. Anybody got a glass floor I can ride on?

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    And this is the stream finished up. Does it need more detail? It seems a bit flat but flat is how I roll.

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    I'm going to try and drag this sketchbook out to a hundred pages. I figure that's about 9000 drawings, three at a time. So I guess I'd better get scanning.

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    Steampunk Aphrodite for CHOW:



    Cave girl:
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    Just some weird stuff from last week.

    An overpaint of an old, rather crummy image I made long ago. I found it on my hard drive and thought it was charming enough to improve a bit. I'm still working on it. I'm not sure I like the necklessness and large head on the girl but I am aiming for somewhat creepy so I can't decide whether to keep it the way it is.
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    I saw someone on here playing around with B&W textures and thought I'd give it a go. Kinda interesting for a first try.
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    So on Saturday I finally got my Cintiq and I've been trying to figure out how to use it since. Art production has plummeted. There is a learning curve! Or at least I need to figure out how to set the thing up so that I don't kill my back. So far I've managed to work on some comic strips and I can see that I'm going to love this thing to bits -- in about two years and three desks, when it's set up the way I like it.

    Anyway!

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    First speedpaint with the new tablet. From this photo by dazzle-textures

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    No life drawin' with the Cintiq yet. My desk faces a particularly ugly bit of fake wood paneling.

    Working on the Snowmancer design for this week's CHOW:

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    Not too sure what I think of this guy yet. I like the pencil sketch but I'm starting to wonder about my rendering.

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    CHOW 236, Snowmancer





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    He's doing pretty badly but apart from the pose and the cobbled-together background I rather like him.

    CHOW 237, Fantasy Modern:



    "Of course they're pallid and mushroom-like, Howard! They're MUSHROOMS!" -Gahan Wilson

    And lastly, some guy from my sketchbook.
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    Just some messing around. More people from the Draw What Everyone Looks Like thread in the Lounge:





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    I'm on a big scanning binge right now -- have a ton of sketches to scan and maybe clean up.

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    Practicing different profiles:
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    Stupid meeting cats:
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    Pub sketches:
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    CHOW 237 (Post-Apocalyptic Paladin):


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    Been busy lately so I haven't been very good about scanning and cleaning things up. Cat characters (the one with the eyepatch reminds me of something. Danger Mouse maybe?):
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    And I've gotten into sculpting egg-shaped bunnies. Warning -- following the package directions will result in toasted ears:
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    Painted with acrylic paint (first time I've done this, I'm not sure it turned out as well as I thought it might):
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    There's another two in the works right now. I imagine I'll eventually be overrun with them.

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    Man, I feel like I haven't drawn anything worthwhile in weeks.

    Sketchbook page:
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    Evil retainer:
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    Some CAers from the Lounge:


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    Wonderful stuff! You have some really awesome characters and a wonderful style. Keep up the good work!

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    @wooden mango - Thank you!

    This week's madness:

    Squirrels:
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    And a couple roughs:

    Totally impractical Royal Wedding CHOW design:
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    And an illustration based on a scene in China Mieville's Un Lun Dun:


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    You could vary the thickness of the lines according to distance and light for a more natural look. Of course some cartoons are exceptions, but if you try it you might like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vay View Post
    You could vary the thickness of the lines according to distance and light for a more natural look. Of course some cartoons are exceptions, but if you try it you might like it.
    I already do that to a certain degree -- although I like using larger lines to denote volume rather than light. But thanks for the suggestion.

    I also forgot to post this CHOW t-shirt design:

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    Awesome sketchbook Vineris!!

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    Oof! I dropped out of the world two weeks ago and started working on a comic strip. I'm hoping to have around 30 strips done by the end of May. If I can do that and I don't run out of ideas by then (a big if) I'll be launching the strip in June.

    Here's a few panels. To prove that I haven't been sitting at home huffing ink for two weeks now.

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    Sketchbook pages:

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    Rough for CHOW T-shirt logo:
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    Cats wearing glasses:

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    Cat burglar:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liffey View Post
    great sketchbook! love how breezy your line drawings are
    Thanks! It's probably due to years of trying to scribble things down between interruptions.

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    Your paintings are absolutely lovely. Very convincing

    My sketchbook. I'm always looking for critique, so please stop by
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    I've been busy. Nothing I can really post up yet, so here's a few things I slacked on lately.

    Weird digital collage, mostly a failure although I'm very taken with Towel Cat:
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    Trying to design a main character and a couple friends for a little comic I was going to do:
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    Inspired by the Science of Cute post elsewhere on CA:
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    And work continuing on the Un Lun Dun painting and double thanks to everyone who's helped in C&C:



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    After the last digital painting turned out... not so well... I've decided to get some practice with roughing out scenes digitally. I'm planning to do several of these a week until my roughs look better, starting with grayscale and moving to colour. About a half-hour each, give or take:

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    Anatomically incorrect mermaid:
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    Another speed scene, from "Owl's Well That Ends Well"
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    A re-do of the Un Lun Dun piece I've been fucking up all month:

    (I've decided I want to be Clochette when I grow up.)

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