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    Jenny's Sketches

    Thought I'd try a piece of tattoo flash. Haven't decided what to put on the cards yet.


    http://www.treasurerpg.com/

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    Kay Neilsen

    I was looking through a book of Kay Neilsen's work for a few ideas . . .

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    Jewellery

    I like drawing jewellery but I've never tried making any.

    Jenny


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    Heart

    Had to do a logo for Valentine's Day but the pink copy is way too much

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    nsam

    I was only meant to use vectors but I had to pop into Photoshop to finish up

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    Cobra

    This took longer than it should have - don't know why

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    Made in Scotland

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    Went back to this because I was doing another skull

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    The other skull

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    All your images have really clear lines and colours....

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    The clockworksnail Experience- SKETCHBOOK!!!


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    Putting everything in one place. Need to delete my duplicate name sketchbook.

    Post new pics soon.






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    Coffee

    I like these colours best so far. Maybe post a couple of the alternatives later.

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    I've made this one a little larger. They were drawn to print at A3, so they look a bit weird online.

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    The 'caramels' one also looks better without the transparency

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    new hair day

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    This great pictures, thank you for sharing them. I will return to put the picture on your forum and you'll find them great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by capbatju View Post
    This great pictures, thank you for sharing them. I will return to put the picture on your forum and you'll find them great.
    Thanks but those links don't say you're a concept artist looking for work, or someone from a design company or posting a sketchbook. Please don't post your linkbait to my thread again.



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    jpg copy of last post. I'll stick to only posting the larger ones in future. The png file limit just makes them too small for the flat colour.

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    Helps if I attach the file.



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    Very clean!

    You should try using some simple gradients. You could do it without violating your vector graphic limitations.

    I'm kind of thinking along the lines of what you see in traditional tattoo designs. (American traditional).

    Also, you should try making some actual American Trad. tat designs, you could make money selling them and it would be really fun to actually tattoo one of your clean perfectly symmetrical vector designs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skriblinmatt View Post
    You should try using some simple gradients. You could do it without violating your vector graphic limitations.

    I'm kind of thinking along the lines of what you see in traditional tattoo designs. (American traditional).

    Also, you should try making some actual American Trad. tat designs, you could make money selling them and it would be really fun to actually tattoo one of your clean perfectly symmetrical vector designs!
    Thanks! I'm sort of exploring vectors. Very different at first but I'm trying to add/ adapt each time.

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    thinking of Halloween

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    u definitely have some different style but u still lack a feel of drawings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremeillustrator View Post
    u definitely have some different style but u still lack a feel of drawings.
    After life class I got into Photoshop, comic art, Bauhaus, Golden Age of Illustration, worship again at the shrines of Klee and Kandinsky, Scots Colourists, tattoo and surfboard art . . . I'd be kind of upset if they looked like "drawings".

    'Water off a duck's back' to me but some of your multiposts are very discouraging for young artists.

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    vector and sketches

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    Traceuse

    Just finished this for Thistle Games. They're total parkour fiends.

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    interesting style... you have iconic lines...

    maybe you prefer just to show your talent in that style but i wonder how you start these pieces, and other than that, how it'll look like if you try (or have) pieces in some common techniques, sketching etc...

    thanks for sharing, hope to see more...

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    i like your work its very distinct

    "Vision? What do you know about my vision? My vision would turn your world upside down, tear asunder your illusions, and send the sanctuary of your own ignorance crashing down around you. Now ask yourself, Are you ready to see that vision?" -HUEY FREEMAN-

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