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    pushing more digital stuff this weekend

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    Hi there I really like the new works, but why would you post your stuff smaller than 1200pix
    OOhh you don't want me to see the details well, lucky you that the hands look good
    when they are so small !

    1200pix fits on all small laptops, DOES IT?!

    No seriously sometimes I am like, dammit why is that so small wanna see the details!

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    Sketch dump --

    Here are some drawings leading up to the holiday break.

    @Iven - I agree, 1200 pixel width does fit the laptop screen.

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    Thumbs up 1200pix

    wow what a MEGAPOST BRO, so lucky me, could help you in some point EH.
    I really like the faces they look very good, and the hands I can really see
    the details too. Very good structure in your work.



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    Wow thanks for the encouragement Iven, i've got some more work coming soon. I've decided to take up a class on cartooning and comic books to mix things up a bit.

    This would be another dump-like post, I think I found some great inspirations recently by looking at sculpture and drawing them. Specifically, the works of Tony Cipriano really stood out for me because of the wide range of styles that I prefer.

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    Digital painting test with my tablet pc which is somewhat more challenging than on a intuos tablet since the cursor tend to be offset on certain areas.

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    working on rendering the face, and a attempt to make a dynamic pose. Experimenting at this stage is bit frustrating so I may just give up on it and work on something else.

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    Dumping some sketchbook stuff, some are anatomy refresher and facial studies.

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    more more more, but sized down.

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    Lifedrawing session today at GBC.

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    ... and some cartoony sketches. There are a couple of inked sketches here just to get the ol' india ink out of the bottle. I recently purchased a "3" watercolour brush and do some inks with a little bit more texture.

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    Amazing line bro, you are way above my pencil skills.
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    I really like your women drawings. Which school are you
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    Woohoo, thanks for watching my progress. I should challenge myself to create some refined pieces and hopefully this class will help me. Now that my contract work in Milton is finished, I've decided to start taking a class for cartooning at George Brown College, to help me be more creative and to draw more.

    -- I'm doing a few designs for the 'Big Foot" creature and couple of digital sketches.

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    I'm working on developing a character design sheet so here are some of my sketches that should help me iron out the kinks. I'm leaning towards the little girl with glasses, but I like the boy with the monkey suit also. I also managed to squeeze in an image of "BigFoot" in here too.

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    Great work. Your bigfoot kinda looks like Chewie.. (its a good thing )

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    Clowning around

    si3g: I looked at a lot of Chewie pics during this, lol.

    Just doodling for some clown characters, and decided to paint the one key drawing using whatever limited palette of gouche paints I had available.

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    This is another character design that I'm working on the side. Tried a tight pencil version then decided to ink the design after. I have'nt really thought about colour yet but here is a little experiment with photoshop.

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    Just a couple of studies today with the clown and paired with some digital studies.

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    Here is just a wip for now, busy days lately. I'm not sure where this one is going but it's a good challenge to get this digital artwork to a polished piece.

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    Here are some interior perspective studies using graphite pencil.

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    Just a quick post on a comic book two-page project that I worked on this weekend. It helps to have a good supply of non-photo blue pencil for the construction which I will incorporate more in the future.

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    I'm really liking the pages in this last post and the chewy sketches are awesome! One thing that I've noticed is that you have a very fluid method of drawing that works well with cartoon type drawing, but sometimes it seems like when you use this method for naturalistic drawing the cartoon gets dragged in with it, especially when drawing from the mind. I wonder if trying to consciously draw with only straight lines or something for a day would help you recognize when you're doing this.

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    @ Pixie Trick That's a great advice, doing so with straight lines will help maintain a consistent result. The problem is I just get so lazy and unconsciously would put down a "lazy" line as a shortcut. I'm starting to see when this occur, especially when I rush to finish a drawing which never pays off in the end no matter how happy I am with the result. I do find that cartoons is where my comfort zone lies, it's probably a good time to break into life studies as well.

    I intend to do a lot of architectural studies this summer, and hopefully very soon once I get settled after moving to the city of Montreal (Quebec) this month.

    On the next posts, I'll be uploading a couple of storyboard panels that made good use of perspective.

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    Here are six panels that took me quite a bit to draw because I still don't truly understand perspective. I picked up a copy of David Chelsea's book called Perspective for the artist to help me with this struggle. My whining put aside, drawing this was a battle of attrition for me but that is part of learning. Figuring out the height of the figures should have been obvious but I was rushing so much that I missed those important queues. I was most satisfied with the second panel with the camera looking down and the figures looking towards the door.

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    Hi there so you said that you are going to george brown, is that in MTL too?!
    If you are in Toronto let me know maybe we can sketch out sometimes.

    I really like your perspective stuff, some critique on the Redhead lady.
    Some how my eyes didn't really agree with her arm which goes up, the
    muscle looks funny because she didn't tight her fist, and some how HER
    bum doesn't really stimulate my male instincts, something seems funny
    there too bro because some how she seems HOT.

    Oh carefull with the line quality her back leg outline is black and the front leg
    is kinda grey which tells my eyes that it's not closer to me. (BUT IT IS!)
    Over all I really like how you play with the overlapings from the hands, cloth and the muscles.

    Anyway overall great stuff in here.
    Gimme some love too EH.

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    Quite sometime has passed since my last login, the layout of this sketchbook sure have changed. I've accumulated some sketches but this post will do for now. Worked on a technical drawing of one of Canada's military aircraft from the second world war.
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    The Canadian-built, under contract with Montreal-based Canadair aircraft manufacturer, the Argus was a unique hybrid that employed the wings, tail surfaces and undercarriage of the British designed Bristol Britannia commercial airframe.

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