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    great sketch >>>>>>>>


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    Thanks Hamond.

    I decided to do some anatomy studies, and Poopface Cole has a great way to practice values and anatomy at the same time, so i tried also. Took some time, but i'm quite happy with it.

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    you speedpaintings are cool, but do moaaaar studies, posemaniacs, photostudies and stuff ist gonna help you!!!!
    (btw, lovely avatar )
    keep goin!!

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    nice anatomy piece I plan to try that style myself it looks very useful.
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    Thanks for warm words Danny <hug>

    Few days ago i've joined a team working on a fantasy rpg based game, i can't tell more as for now, but i'll be one of their concept artist's. We're making this amateur project for fun, and to challenge ourselves; it's going to be non commercial product. So i have to push myself and do those nasty anatomy studies more often -.-'

    By the matter of fact i already started to work on a character, it's going to be an elf, altho not the traaditional one, more creepy, living in harsh desert lands.

    Here's a sketch, i'm not 100% sure of this pose yet, i've struggeled with his anatomy so much that i'm too tired to even continue ( and he can even end caped xD ), so more updates to come!
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    I cought flu but i managed to do a little update on my idea <cough cough>
    This is still not final sketch but will give you more clear view of what i'm planning to do:

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    Thanks for the encouraging words. You have some nice stuff here, you are most definitely on the right track. Keep working, I will not be surprised when you become one of the best.


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    And a quick preview of what he's going to wield.

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    His pose doesnt work, especially feet and left or right leg (left/right knee to low/high), depending from where you count. If he is floating, then his feet would make sense. But standing on his toes would put more weight on it and change the pose. How exactly is best found out by photographing yourself in a mirror.

    The scimitar is fancy though. Where did you get the splatter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paran0id View Post
    His pose doesnt work, especially feet and left or right leg (left/right knee to low/high), depending from where you count. If he is floating, then his feet would make sense. But standing on his toes would put more weight on it and change the pose. How exactly is best found out by photographing yourself in a mirror.

    The scimitar is fancy though. Where did you get the splatter?
    Yeah i'm going to raise his right knee and rework those feet abit, but like i've stated above its not the final sketch yet. Anyhow thanks for advices.

    As for the splatter, kill me if you want but i don't remmember ^^'
    I'm building a library of textures that i might use in later projects,
    they come from various sources.

    And quick playing around with pencil ( i'm not that good at it yet :/ )
    Now the guy on the left was drawn few days ago when i was sick, just pushin my self to draw so it's quality is lame, altho we should gain strenght from failing, don't we?
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    sweet scimitar, the pose of the elf is awkward indeed, using a mirror for pose reference from yourself is a good way to see how things really are after you see them in your mind, i've done it and it helps.
    about the pencil drawings it's just a matter of time and practice until you get the proportions right, just keep drawing!
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    I can only hope this will happen one day, thanks for cheering me up my friend.
    I'm still a bit sick, and it shows. I still draw awfully not so freely as i used to do. Anyhow here's another portion of daily sketches

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    Awwright ICE is cured! my sickness just passed away, so i did another self portrait study. Looks way better, than those i've made while being sick .
    P.S I find taking photos much more accurate and saving graphite's drawing quality rather than using washing every tone ugly scans.

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    An update on the game character.
    Used a ton of refferences, anatomy is freakin' hard! -.-'
    I'm not happy with his ears and i'm probably going to make them shorter
    Anyways, still a lot of work ahead of me.

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    Whoa! impressive progress I will comment later too busy atm.
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