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    Warm and Scrappy

    I've lurked around CA for quite some time, only finally took the initiative to make a sketchbook. Can't guarantee that I'll update daily, but I'm definitely making the effort to draw more regularly, no matter how trivial. Critiques are always appreciated.

    To start off, this is just (IMO) a measure of my current abilities--digitally. It's only about half done, but has more time and effort put into it than anything else that I'm working on. I'll post a bigger size when it's completely done.
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    damn that looks awesome
    Last words are for people who didn't say enough when they were alive.

    My sketchbook
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=136762
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    Just to show the steps I took with this spitter concept. The idea was to combine a snake, lizard, frog, and scorpion somehow.
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    Interesting designs. I like the tung sticking out of its throat.
    Last words are for people who didn't say enough when they were alive.

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    Just a bear/rhino concept I was working on. Gonna go back and re-do it in the future, but I'm pretty satisfied with the colors at least.
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    Part of a face-off with a classmate, the challenge was just to draw a mouse concept. I'm guessing it took me about 2 hours, but it could've been a bit less...

    I'm pretty sure I'm better at coloring than I am with actual drawing/lineart
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