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March 23rd, 2009 #1
New illustration! (Latest post) Updated 4/3!
Hi, I'm Ross!
I'm 16 years old And i like making my own worlds and getting lost in them. Im constantly updating with new content every now and then to keep you guys coming back and i am also trying to make it worth looking at. For better content and new features, please go to the last page
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Good job, Ross. My favorites are the Pink-haired girl and the one with the angel wing motif.
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Sketchity sketch... and imcomplete characters.
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nice sketchbook, but e.g. to the alien warrior girl you should add some details in the point of interest (i think her head in this piece) because that shows the viewer where to look at!!
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April 6th, 2009 #9
good sketchings n all...!
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April 6th, 2009 #10Registered User
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Your sketches have so much life! I love how you do Faces!
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April 6th, 2009 #11
Wow you've been busy since I last checked out your sketchbook - good work! The dynamic poses are showing some definite potential, I like that you've not shied away from difficult poses. The archer is my favourite - I think you've nailed some of the muscle masses much more. Watch that the torso doesn't get too cramped though
It would be great to see some of the energy from these sketches in your standing poses. Something I always have to remind myself is that standing doesn't neccessarily mean static. For instance it would have been cool if your warrior girl was in a proper battle stance - feet spread, knees bent, etc. Sometimes it helps me to imagine a little scene for the characters to be 'acting' in.
Great to see so much more new work though - thanks for dropping by my sketchbook too!
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April 16th, 2009 #12
Doing nicely so far!! keep it up with the studies and stuff.
Critiques on my work always welcome!!
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Hey looking good, Incorporating a bit of anime/manga seems to work for you, so thats cool. I dig this one http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1237856505 , mostly the girls expression.
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April 18th, 2009 #14
Good work with the whole female manga elf figure thing. Keep drawing. I'd love to see more.
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April 23rd, 2009 #18
Nice work you have here, certainly better than I was at 16. Keep up with the studies. You might want to focus on practicing eyes because I've notice alot of your paintings they seem off, a bit misshaped, or dead.
Otherwise keep it up, you're on the right track.
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April 23rd, 2009 #19
YOU: Sure dude! WHAT SHALL WE NAME IT!?!?! Btw show me how to do the link word thing, i mean i cant find out how to make it so that my whole link fits into a URL Word thing yeah.. -.-
PS i like the buildings! keep it up!
Um, by what i think your saying with the URL are you asking how to put your Sketchbook URL under a different name? Like mine? If i remember correctly you simply copy your sketchbook URL than highlight a name you set up in your edit sig page and that set it up as a link.
i dont know if that helped, but if not i can go back to my sig and do it again and have a clearer sig.
As for a group i thought about having some sort of a sad/animal name.
Ex. The Balding Eagles
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April 25th, 2009 #21
Hey man, do you ever do the flip trick if you're using photoshop or painter? Just flip the canvas every one in awhile and take a look at what you see. Make sure thing line up and you can see alot more of your mistakes this way.
The Joan of arc looks pretty cool but could use a bit of straightening since she seems to be tilted to the left/
Seriously you're doing great keep it up!
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Good work and good study for someone of your age. You keep this up and you will rock when you hit your 20s. Keep the figure stuff alive. Nice little sketchbook. I enjoyed it.
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May 1st, 2009 #27
Megan Fox In Transformers 2= Omg
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May 3rd, 2009 #30
This looks sick, man. Like. Yeah. Finish it, it'll be ace.