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    Kat's Sketchbook.

    Hello, CavyWolfe here to try and do a real sketchbook!
    I did have an old one, but it has since been lost in the bowels of CA.
    Hopefully I'll have access to/buy a scanner since I rarely draw on my tablet.

    Creature sketches away!

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    Working up on one creature, the spine doesn't feel right to me, too short I think.

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    Just a little quick one:

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    I got my scanner the other day, and just got around to setting it up; it's a print/scan and it's wireless. :3

    Just did this guy a few days ago, but I'll probably post some older drawings later:

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    Heh, I like the way you built up your creature silhouettes with scribble-lines Nice start!

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    Aila Thanks! I actually draw a lot of silhouettes, then redraw it on another page.

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    A few slightly older pieces:
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    Quick little sketch [Capybara family~]. Might try and finish it later, but I'm still not sure...

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    Update on the rhino thing. Seems like its about to fall over, so I keep moving the legs around. Dots are where the hairs will go.

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    Wewt, new Office episodes. :3

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    New sketches...Half human/animals, starting with an anteater.

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    Finished a bear up [For B ]; should I go with crab or catfish next? :3

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    [The skulls are not very accurate, but they were just out of my head real quick.]
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    Hello. I think that you have started a nice new sketchbook and I see that you mostly love to draw animals. I saw a great pdf book, it is from Ken Hultgren and the title is The Art of Animal Drawing. That could help you. Keep posting.

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    Sweet SB, keep rocking!

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    LtPlissken I actually bought that book off of Amazon a week or so ago. I also have Animal Anatomy for Artists by Eliot Goldfinger and Animal Drawing; Anatomy and Action for Artists by Charles R. Knight. I have yet to really use them, but I will soon.

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    I think I'll just post every few days, so here is what I've done:

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    hey thanks for checking out my sketchbook, you have a really nice sense of shape for the animals, maybe render some of them??
    keep posting

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    Cool creatures! I notice the very last drawing in your last post (the guy with horns) has more realistic looking 'weight' to it than your previous drawings, keep pushing in that direction. And hit those animal anatomy books, they'll help you enormously.

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    Grunden: You know, now that I think about it, I realize I never render my pieces. o.o I was actually going to one some new pieces, but I'm just no good with adding textures most of the time. Practice!

    maximunki: Thanks! I've been meaning too, so definitely some time this week! :3

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