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    Henk's sketches

    Thought I'd start one of these.

    Constructive critique is most appreciated!
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    Okay. Now I know how this attachment manager works. Will post more appropiate sizes next time.
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    Oh my, that figure painting rocks. Having that slimy character right next to kind of gives a split impression. Haha! I'm guessing you used photo ref for it. Must've taken some time. Impressive nonetheless, not to mention the other two. Great start. Välkommen, förresten.
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    Very very cool stuff. Let's see some more....please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christoffer View Post
    Oh my, that figure painting rocks. Having that slimy character right next to kind of gives a split impression. Haha! I'm guessing you used photo ref for it. Must've taken some time. Impressive nonetheless, not to mention the other two. Great start. Välkommen, förresten.
    Well thank ye. Yup, used a ref for it and it took about 2-3 hours. Och tackar. ^_^
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    Some more female forms.

    About 3-4 hrs methinks.
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    A little humanoid tick I produced in about 4-5 hours.
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    Started doodleing something for practice of anatomy (esp. hands). After a little while I thought about turning it into something else, something more complex. The thing is that I have no idea what, so I put it on hold for now.

    Nothing much right now, but you'll get half an arm atleast.
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    Here are a few graphite sketches. Some of them are pretty old, like a year or so. The women are kinda new though.

    When I sketch like this I don't really go for the likeness. More form. I've sketched far too little in my days, so I'm kinda benighted when it comes to anatomy or sketching in general for that matter. Some things I get but mostly I'm fumbling. Plannin' on doing something about that. So you'll get alot of anatomy, studies of people and quick paintings/concepts/sketches from now on.
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    Woopsie, forgot the actuall drawings. Well HERE they are. *slaps forhead*
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    Some more of that arm. It multiplied. Meant as an anatomy study of male arms.
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    wheeeew really awesome start, man!!! Great pencils and sense of shape and form!! Hope u keep up ;-)

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    Thank ye Kfeeras. Don't worry, I'll never stop.

    Here's something I cooked up during a few beers with a friend.

    About 4-5 hrs. Practising colours. ( I guess you can see who I used as reference, allthough I changed a few features )

    There's a bigger version On my DA page. http://twistmyflesh.deviantart.com/a...hell-111183778
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