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    Some stuff

    Hello, I'm new. I wasn't sure where to make an introduction thread, but since most of these pics are doodles or WIPs I figure this place is as good as any.

    I'm a mere noob at art, but I hope to improve greatly. I bet I'll learn a lot from this site. See you around.
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    Couple of quick and dirty sketches.
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    Nice drawings but I suggest doing more sketches from life before trying to do the gruesome pictures, this will make everything look so much more real.
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    Hi NightHerald! I'm digging the subject matter - beasties and Warhammer stuff is love.

    Try doing figure/anatomical studies from life and photos, they'll help a lot. Study also how armor is worn on the body, and how shapes look like and work together from different angles.

    For coloring, harder brushes often yield better results and are more effective in conveying a sense of texture, especially for hard objects like metal.

    Don't stop drawing!
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    n00dles: Thank you, I'm well aware that I need more of that. But, doesn't hurt to be reminded from time to time. Thanks.

    crossmirage: Thanks. Yeah, Warhammer is the shit. It's actually a large part of what got me attempting "serious" art in the first place.

    I plan on doing that a lot more than I've done so far.

    Don't stop drawing!
    Yeah... That's not happening

    Thanks guys.
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    Some stuff
    Braaaaaaaaains... Experimenting with oil pastel brushes in Painter.
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    Start drawing more from real life, as others have said. It doesn't matter how well your stuff is "painted" if the drawing they're based off of hasn't been executed well.
    Doctors heal you, Artists immortalize you.

    "Those who can, do. Those who can't, teach" - bullshit.

    The usual staples for anatomy:
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    I hear that, thanks for commenting.
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    Some recent sketches and WIPs. Really don't get much done these days.
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    A trio of referenced portraits I sketched this morning.
    Some stuffSome stuffSome stuff

    And some slightly older stuff:
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    nice start! I see your a warhammer fan, you shoud check Adrian Smith(if you dont know him already) and the secret for doing this kinda stuff is old good anatomy

    keep up the updates!
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    Hey, thanks! I am, or was at least. Yeah I've seen some of his work, good stuff

    Updates, yes.. I see it's 2 years since last time, has it really been that long? Guess it's crunch time now.
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