Last edited by obid619; November 23rd, 2004 at 02:48 PM.
Well, it's somewhat annoying these days, I can tell you how I'm doing it for now... hopefully it will stay working.
Get a free page at www.geocities.com. Goto the file manager for your free page and upload your images. Rename the images and change the extention from ".jpg" (or whatever) to ".txt". Copy the location url of the image... then you can come on here, make a post, hit the IMG button and paste the url.
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These have fast registration (I did it in 4 minutes) and found the file manager to be very easy in usage..
Man I sound like some kind of advertisement.
Weird ... myabe it is not possible with Geocities any more?
You can try the offer from the lounge:
Btw I deleted my other posts in here. You can do that too to clean the thread up a little
write back now.
I like the way you're colouring those sketches. What kinda paper are you using for the markers?
Keep at it!
 DRAW EVERYDAY >
thanks for the reply! I use bristol paper dude. Those sketches are colored by marker. I hope i'll use photoshop soon . Well....gotta draw somemore :beer:
here is a pic from the comic book I am making. This shows one of the characters! You can bet I'll post the whole book when i'm done wit it
Thank you for your post in my sketchbook thread. You have some awesome work here, the way you work with markers creates the right amount of value and your characters are dynamic and
Responding to your post, I just try to shade to create the most subtle value, for quick sketches however, I create value by how much i space out my strokes. When I draw I try to have i guess what you could call "confident" strokes. I try not to be hesistant, there are some great cross-hatching techniques shown all over conceptart.org. For practice, you could try purchasing a newsprint sketchbook, fairly large something around 16x20, and practice long straight strokes across the page. My friend whos applying for art center in the transportation design major practices drawing strokes and circles, i think it really helps.
Actually I really like your shading, the value plays out perfectly, you already have an excellent grasp of value.
Haha and yes, Ive been working on a half life 2 mod (we were expecting it to come out on sept 30) so a lot of my work was based around half life 2 environment.
This is the storyboard of my comic book. This page contains the first four pages. Once again, critique . Also that other post (the one with the blue guy and jumping guy), the blue figure was made with blue highlighter I did today durring class when I was bored haaha.
how long do u guys usually do a drawing? I almost never take my time lol. I was curious how long it takes u guys:confused:
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