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    SunRoamers well-meant failures

    Hello!
    I've only once joined the CHOW until now (and I kind of "collided" with the naming conventions... haha ;( ) and I thought that it was about time that I upload somewhat more on this site So I would be really very happy to receive at least some feedback ^.^ (haha, the only other "artist" community I've been to is dA, and well, I guess you know what that is like ;D)

    About me:
    I'm just a regular pupil (17 years old) and I'm still going to school (final exams are in 2 years). I started painting digitally regularily about 1 year ago (maybe 14 months?) and before that I mainly drew traditionally... not with too much passion, though ;P
    Apart from art classes in school I'm visiting afternoon classes on Monday (it's convenient since I can use acryl and oils and so on. It would be really painful if I had to pay that myself... I guess then I'd only paint with watercolours ;D) and also, although irregularily, life drawing classes (been there 5 times now, I think?)
    For my digital pieces I'm currently using a Wacom Intuos3 (A5) and Corel Painter X (never tried CS and I guess I'll never do )

    But well, I guess nobody really wants to know about that, so for the pictures:
    Just now I'll only upload 2 recent digital studies: first one is a study of a pair of scissors from just a few days ago and the second one shows a casket ; it's from the beginning of June .

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    Some sketches from my life drawing classes:
    1: 5 minutes per sketch, first drawings of that day :<
    2: ~1 minute per sketch, sometimes more, sometimes less (especially at the end).
    3: 8 minutes

    And the last picture was a school assignment. We were doing "naturalism" back then and so we had to study different materials and textures and then paint them as realistically as we could.
    Top row:
    1. wood, 2. stone (with some moss or something similar), 3. glass
    Bottom row:
    1. & 2. fur, 3. metal

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    Nice studies! Some of them look, real nice! If you keep that up, you'll be flying in no time!

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    Thank you very much for the nice comment I'll definitely try and continue doing those studies

    Well, for now, something "old" (date back to January this year)... kind of conceptart-like thingy, lots of anatomical issues going on (like, the hunters neck/shoulders), but well, I still kind of like them ^.^ Although the Papuan people doesn't usually wear such costumes... the hunters, for example, usually only got some kind of a "pipe" protecting their genitals, and nothing more Well, it also differs heavily due to the different tribes...

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    CHOW #160: Erica the Zombie-Slayer.

    My first (and sadly only) CHOW-entry

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    Here are two environment pictures from around 3 months ago or something... both are kind of speedpaints, no ref used for any of them :>

    And it's really hot over here (at least for german standards) so right now I can watch animes, at most. But painting is almost impossible, the temperature's getting me really impatient ;(

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    First was a ~30 minutes thingie that I needed to create a contest-header (Link, it's german, though^^ Well, you can see the header )

    The other pic was my part of an art trade with a dA-User (his page), he requested "something with pandas or pandaren"... I thought it would be funny to do a little experiment with the style, so it definitely looks different from what I usually do =)

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    Hello there I think we met in DA...


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    I think thats true :'D

    Anyway, I'm just uploading a quick little sketch, I used a Screenshot as a reference, and well, I messed up some things xD

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    i think its not cool to cross over sketch-lines in 90` degree


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    Well, I guess one should at least make it less... sloppy xD
    I'll try to remember it the next time shade something like that Thank you! :>

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    A little update... more to come soon (I'm tired right now TT.TT)

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    Post moer!


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