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    I agree with Grafguy, and I also think it would help you to try more traditional, realistic portraits of pretty graceful girls (you have a strong line that is very charateristic but you can always use knowing how to be more gentle!) but that aside, wow.
    Your 3D skills are awesome, and your 2D cartoonish style is also very original and funny.
    You have a sense of brilliant color that shows in your second self portrait (no wonder you chose it for your icon!), this is definitely a sketchbook to subscribe to!

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    Must agree that understanding anatomy will help you create more realistic poses (win, win!).
    I recommend www.posemaniacs.com to do studies.
    Aside from that I like the cartoony style you use. Keep it up!

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    your portrat is very nice


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grafguy View Post
    how bout I do?
    its just that i think you first have to understand (a littlebit) what your drawing.
    Doin just poses is fine, and it will help you but, if you do the anatomy first a bit and then go to the poses, ull have a better view of whats happening and understanding of what your drawing.
    But hey, that's just how I roll

    edit: yey i started page 3 ^^
    I gues i don't agree with this... poses are not about anatomy, they are more about movement, gesture and story. anatomy will defenatly complement it, but there is no need to know anatomy for doing good poses. It wil only make your darwing look more realistic... thats just how i aproach it

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    Some concept work I did for a UT3 mod we had to make at school.
    I was part of a 7member team and I was assigned with most of the 2D work.
    Sorry for the small size of the images, but this site couldn't handle bigger files :s

    There will follow an update with personal sketches soon

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    hey, cool sketchbook you got here you're progressing really good and i like the thumbnails in your prev post

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    thanks lav

    Here are some sketches i made recently. There all from reference, some from photos, others from paintings.

    The painting was the first painting I made in painter, I tested out different brushes. I tried to find out a method of working here.

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    Nice Hanne,
    the cubes are distorted because your vanishing points are to close to each other. Love that last face, really great! I think you forgot his eyebrows?

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    Oh, you seem to be getting along fine with Painter! I love the result, at least
    Lots of work in your previous post, you're a really good designer. Keep it up!

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    Nice sketches. I agree with Lyno that the cubes are suffering from a lot of distortion though. The lines don't seem to be going to the same vanishing points and there is often a conflict with where the horizon is...

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    @line: thanks, and indeed I forgot his eyebrows :p didn't see that till now
    @ariel9: thanks, I'm really starting to enjoy painter by now
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    Here are my most recent sketches
    enjoy

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    I'll have to check back once the attachment manager isn't broken to see the newest stuff but your portraits have made a huuuuge jump since page 1. Keep up all the hard work, the bald guy has nice colors.

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    This is a painting I made for a painting competition at school.
    It's a portrait based on this 1700 George Washington painting http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/htm...art/index.html

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    Fffffffff your colours! The skin especially! I LOVE what you're doing there

    Love, love, love your concepts from post #66. Nice graphic/GUI work there, too

    I would only suggest softening your strokes on face painting, it comes off a little artificial-looking. Unless hard-edged look is what you're going for, of course (still, the hard-edged look is great for showing your form understanding, in my opinion )

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    Love the color portrait in #68 Your first painter work? Great!
    Lot of nice work in here

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    Really loving your studies in #72, I've also seen that you've been doing the exercises Leslie has written down on the dae forum!

    Was looking through the page and thought that I knew that avatar (the picture of your sketchbook)! Small digital world

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    Oh man that mod seems fun, haven't played Unreal Tournament in a long long time..

    nice sketchbook, keep at it!


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    thanks for commenting on my sketchbook.
    you have some cool work. keep it up!

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    good to see all the studies!

    I think you should address the gesture/structure of the figures and portraits before focusing on the features and contours. The details on George W. look good, and the colors/values are similar but the actual likeness is off. Perhaps locating different key points on the face (eye sockets, cheek bones, etc.) and then comparing their connections with those in the original painting before addressing more specific details.

    Keep it up.

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    Great stuff so far. The skin tones on the old man digital painting on this page are really nice.

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    Hey man thanks for dropping by my sketchbook Sweet portraits, do more!

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    Nice updates Hanne! Update some more .

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    thanks everybody

    This next update a sketches made in San Francisco on a school trip,
    most of them are done on the bus or while waiting in the hostel.
    We stayed there 8 extra days cause of the volcano eruption

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    Cool, you've been glad that you had your SB with you in SF.
    Really love your face drawings!

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    Hi maeshanne nice sketchbook too. Your portraits are really good and the caricature sketches are looking nice.

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    Hi Maeshanne ! nice sketchbook here, your portraits are great, and I saw you have a UT3 MOD going on here, really looking forward to it!

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    Nice worx here! Keep at those studies, its what makes us stronger

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    I'm really liking that second self portrait you did. keep it up!

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    looks like sf gave you some good stuff to scan
    like your faces
    keep it up

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