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May 30th, 2009 #31
Jefita: thanks i will try to keep pushing...
mike butkus: thanks for seeing my sketchbook working on it...
another update... more life drawings and some other stuff
some lame fun hands
andd retirement that i did months ago...
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June 1st, 2009 #33
Hey there, some promising work. I really think your strength is your pencil sketches, has that gritty art feel about them, something you could develop so well! Keep at it mate
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June 2nd, 2009 #34
Grandmassa Mr. Spect: oh thanks i will !
PeNcIl ReBeLlIoN: hey! thanks for checking my sketchbook and comment
so here is another update...
a little tiny perspective from my mind (i just decided i dont wanna do anything more with it)
and some more sketches of faces of Rupert the donkey and Drumy the bear
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June 4th, 2009 #35
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June 5th, 2009 #36
lilnebo: thx man... i appreciate it
June 7th, 2009 #37
Nice work I'm seeing improvement! One thing I'd say is watch those lines. When they become too thick in certain areas it sort of takes away from the liveliness of your poses. Start off with light lines and when you see that your proportions are correct you can start going heavier, but not too heavy. Keep it up!
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June 14th, 2009 #38
Wow--you're working really hard. As far as line quality goes (sorry if someone has already suggested this) you could try working exclusively with a pen for a while. You'll start off working more slowly, since each line has to be so deliberate, but you'll gain in speed and confidence the more you practice. For anatomy studies, it could be good to start off with someone like Bridgman so that you can get used to constructing basic masses and approach your life drawing that way...
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June 18th, 2009 #39
This is awesome to see dude wih all those poses and anatomy stuff. Make sure you avoid writing stuff like 'shitty' and replace it with actual sefl-constructive criticism that you can learn from, you know like 'watch angle of head' or whatever applies! great great work keep it up.
July 21st, 2009 #40
Hello! long time no see
i was travelling from festival to festival recently so i didnt upload anything... but i didnt forget
jackpot_anjr90: thx for stopping by and for advice... thx!
courtyard: a pen is an interesting idea... i will try... thx!
comixnut: thx for stopping by again that reminds me i havent seen your sketchbook for a few weeks now... im coming right after this update .)
so finally next update:
and some ideas on t-shirts
July 21st, 2009 #41
Thanks for dropping by.
Hahah you made me laugh watching those toons of yours.
They are done pretty much professional i must say.
As for your studies, i suggest bying proffesional pencil set, they are not expensive at all, and try out those 6b and such, also while drawing and learning anatomy i see yoi doing it just like i before i really took art seriously.
I suggest trying to draw more freelu making those random strokes from time to time, and while you are trying to give those objects/people their looks, first of all concentrate on their/it's shape.
Anyways great sketchbook, looking forward for more of your stuff!
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July 21st, 2009 #42
Hey there, nice SB You seem like a motivated chap! You're pumping out PoseManiacs like there's no tomorrow, very nice. I know line quality has been mentioned so I'll be quiet about any exercises to help you there--I do think, however, that it has improved somewhat! Seems like you're loosening up a bit, definitely keep going down that path.
Hehe, love the t-shirt designs!
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July 22nd, 2009 #43
Icecold: awsome advices ... thanks! i will try to do something with that... and im glad that u like my graphic ideas .)
AsaB: oh thank you very much i hope i will stay motivated... ppl like you helps a lot.)
and some sketches done yesterday...
i like the first one... that phiz... proportions arent probably correct and it gives funny and sad taste together .) i will probably do something with it in the future...
July 23rd, 2009 #44
July 26th, 2009 #45
I like these cartoons. Watch out for over using the beady eyes. It makes the character look frighten all the time.
Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!
August 2nd, 2009 #46
Killer cartoons man, good stuff!
Your anatomy works are coming along quite well too! Good stuff.
Keep it up man, thanks for dropping on my sketchbook!
August 11th, 2009 #47
You are getting better! And do not stop drawing! NEVER! Ok maybe you could take a break but only to eat and sleep! lol jk i love your Sketches
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August 12th, 2009 #48
Hello again people
Hookswords: thank you!
Pigeonkill: actually on that one it was on purpose, because its like a model of them... they are not alive yet (at first i wasnt sure what do you mean with beady eyes... but i think i got it ) thx for stopping by!
Carbono: thanks, it will be better... IT WILL BE
chuck18mp ok then... i will never... pch sleeping is for lazy sluts! thanks man... thanks for stopping by...
here is a little depressive goath or whatever i sketchetched for my future animated movie heh... i just started thinking about it... and its pretty difficult... so many thing to solve... animation is a bitch!
this is animated character of this goath in flash... it probably wont show automaticly... so if somebody wants... u can download it and check it out
>>>>>>>>> zkouska.swf <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
and here are some older things from last school year..
picassos goath... when i saw a sculpture picassos goath...or whatever it is... i had to draw it...
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August 21st, 2009 #49
Hi buddy. Enjoyed hovering through your SB. I would also suggest you to train your figure shadowing. I like your digital art. Can you please explain, how do you make those perfect line in your digital drawing? I hope you understand what do I mean. What software and brush you use for those lines. I was trying to ink my graphite drawing or just to outline them but I make horribly shaky and not linear lines. I use the standard brush in Photoshop with my tablet. What am I doing wrong? I would like to outline my drawings exactly like you did. Thank you in forth.
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August 21st, 2009 #50
here are some latest sketches...
leeroy - a lion lawyer that evolved into a farie-lion laywyer...
then there is a little exercise... a ball...
and michilangelos pieta... its not finished... it was another exercise for figure drawing....... this drapery sucks
August 21st, 2009 #51
so about the lines... well maybe u will be surprised but im not actually using any brush... i also dont have tablet... its everything in Photoshop and its done with simple Pen Tool important thing is that every line is some kind of shape... its not one line... i dont know how to explain it better... also my first language is not english you know ;-) so if u couldnt understand it - just post reply and i can do some printscreen or whatever... i will be glad to help...
August 21st, 2009 #52
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August 21st, 2009 #53
yours anatomy studies is coeming along well , and over all cute style XD
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August 21st, 2009 #54
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August 31st, 2009 #55
Rotor: thx for stopping by i will try keep it up...
Lapalada: thx man
wild thing: thanks... and ye its intersting style on that pic... but i just cant catch that drift again...
and there is a concept for my friend - logo for his band... i will do a cover for their new demo...
September 1st, 2009 #56
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Hey QA, great improvements bro!!! Really like your designs here!! That's one cool lion piece you did! Keep em coming bro.
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September 27th, 2009 #58
p sage, gmags: thanks guys! thanks for support
long time no update... so here it is... i did also some works in my class that im attending every week but it ussually stays there in a folder... so after some time i will take it home and take pictures of it to show you...
posemaniacs.com with drawing ink...
some paintings - first one is made with aquarells (but its not a classic aquarell technique) ...
and second one with a classic watercolors and pose is from imagination...
and one of my first selfportrait... well... i must say i have to more practise portraits too... its pretty hard and important...
aaand here are some concepts for logo and for tshirts...
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September 27th, 2009 #59
holy crap, things have taken the turn towards awesomeville in the last in the past couple of months it seems! I don't know what you did to your brain in that time, but I approve.
Your anatomy is looking much more solid and well proportioned, and im thrilled you're starting to work with paints, i need to do that myself!
Very inspiring man, I hope you can update more often!
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September 27th, 2009 #60
Hello mate.Your cartoon and graphical works are very good ,clean and pro.Other than that you have to keep up what you do with the anatomy,so that you keep improving in it.Try to make cleaner lines with the pencil(or do the guide lines,without pushing the pencil that much).Keep going mate!!!and thnx for stopping by my sketchbook