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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!
Last edited by CavyWolfe; October 11th, 2009 at 03:17 AM.
Working up on one creature, the spine doesn't feel right to me, too short I think.
Last edited by CavyWolfe; September 23rd, 2009 at 07:16 PM.
Just a little quick one:
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:
Heh, I like the way you built up your creature silhouettes with scribble-lines Nice start!
Insanity is the key!
Also, studies are a key. And passion is a key. Also, so are inspiration, motivation and dedication. Talent can be a key. Insomnia can also be a key, depression is a sad rusty little key. Damn, artists need one hell of a keyring.
My little webspace
My Old CA Sketchbook
Aila Thanks! I actually draw a lot of silhouettes, then redraw it on another page.
A few slightly older pieces:
Quick little sketch [Capybara family~]. Might try and finish it later, but I'm still not sure...
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.
Wewt, new Office episodes. :3
New sketches...Half human/animals, starting with an anteater.
Finished a bear up [For B ]; should I go with crab or catfish next? :3
[The skulls are not very accurate, but they were just out of my head real quick.]
[No feet... ]
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.
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.
mariusz Thank you.
I think I'll just post every few days, so here is what I've done:
hey thanks for checking out my sketchbook, you have a really nice sense of shape for the animals, maybe render some of them??
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