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    My sketchbook

    Hi,

    Short introduction:

    My name is Chris, i'm a student from belgium. I study Digital arts and Entertainment. I'm not much of an artist, i'm more aiming for a technical artist profile, but i would like to get better. I will be posting some drawings here soon, crits are welcome, but plz go easy on me. ;P

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    Here are a few quick drawings. You will have to excuse me for the crappy "scan" quality. I had to take pictures of my sketchbook.

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    More sketches. I'm also working on a High-tec Futuristic Motor racer. Sounds crazy, i know :p It's a school assignment. I will post a WIP tomorrow.

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    BOEEEHHjaaah! SB ontmaagd ^^
    ge zijt al goe bezig, als je tekent, werk in vlakken
    en denk na over de vorm die je tekent. Teken veel van referentie,... en doe vooral zo verder man

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    Grafguy: Merci voor de tips

    Little update:

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    2 selfportraits i made. One in photoshop, the other one is a quick try with paper & pencil. I had a hard time finding the right skintones & painting the hair. But i'm happy with the result.

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    nice

    Nice to see your work till now.
    The self portrait is working well except the hair.
    Retry to draw a skull the right way and keep and eye on the proportions in your drawings.
    Keep up the good work.

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    Deodatus: Thx allot for the feedback! I'm trying my best to keep this page as updated as possible.

    Here's a little wip of my futuristic high tec bikerboy :p

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    Here's a wip of an other project i am working on. I have to draw & paint the mutation of a banshee in 3 steps.

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    Hi fellow student, nice sketchbook already!
    Some tips about that bikerboy, uhm, try to review that right fore-arm, there is something wrong with the wrist and his hand is too small (this is a common mistake)
    Try not to disguise the other arm by putting it behind his body
    Although the blue logo's look nice, try more to bend them arround his body, if you know what i mean, like you did with the red lines on his helmet
    And last, you need more light, contrast, ... and by that I mean something like my paintover (it's nothing much :p I did this quick, but it gives you an idea, right? ^^)


    Hope this helps good luck

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    Nix707: Thx allot for the correction Nix! I appreciate it.

    In the meanwhile i strated painting the head of my banshee girl. A little work in progress :
    I changed here face a little bit, to make here look more mysterious and dark. There's still allot of work to do.

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    progress

    Hello;

    Good progress in your sb.

    Feedback on the moto racer:
    -his neck is too small
    -he need to have something between the legs Give him some balls!
    (look good at the connection legs-upper body when someone wears pants)
    -Replace the central line on his body (belly) to give the character a better volume- feeling.
    -redraw his under arm and hand. Give it more detail and volume (verschillende vlakken-verschillend belicht- verschillende tinten)
    Keep an eye on details: example; the right knee-protection: the holes will deform by perspective too.

    feedback for the banshee girl:
    -The painted portrait looks betterthan the drawing. Eyes are very good; the rest needs more detail and definition.
    -the overal body sketch is a bit too "call girl" and not enough "modern gothic girl". Maybe better to re-design it.

    keep working on your sketching skills.

    Good luck

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    The painting of that banshee girl is a great start!
    Love her eyes! Just make the right eye (her left eye) as detailed as the other eye
    Don't know if you're done with the lips, but try to darken the upper lip and use white highlights

    cheers and keep it up

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    yo chris, got any updates on the banshee? Looks pretty cool se far!

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    Thx Emrey, i'll post the final of my banshee girl soon, i had some trouble with my laptop, thats why it got a little delayed.

    Here's a wip of my alien skull. My goal was to keep it human, but add some subtile modifications, to make it look more mysterious. This is what i have so far. The rest is for tomorrow!

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