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September 30th, 2009 #1
Undeadartist Rising from the grave!
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This is my sketchbook for Ca.org I have 2 others at cghub and at the crimsondaggers website, also a deviant acct and a facebook feel free to check them out! Add me on facebook if you like. This was my first sketchbook and after awhile I pretty much left it too die but I decided to breath life into this old sketch book of mine and now I will be posting more here than I have.. So please stop by leave a crit leave a comment! Feel free to destroy my artwork I can take it.
This was my first painting I did a LOOOOOONG time ago no tablet all with mouse and no idea of what I was doing. I leave this as a reminder of where I came from and to remember what it was like the first time I finished a painting and the feeling of accomplishment.
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thanks for the input yea that part gave me some trouble, hoping to get a tablet soon till then im just sketching and trying to improve myself
heres more stuff and more to come soon scanner is acting up also why some of the stuff is partially cut off. (fixed the size of the pics)
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Hey Undeadartist, cool joker painting you did there.
Your character design arn't bad,but you have work on your anatomy (much like me.)
Aswell as other fundamentals like proportions,values ect.
I'd say posemaniacs.com is a very nice recource for doing quick gesture drawings.
You might want to change the timer from 30 seconds to 90 seconds instead.
Then try 60 when you have done heaps and so on.
Doing lifedrawings and still lifes is also a good way to improve.
keep on rollin!
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thanks man yea kinda used to play alot of wow dont really that much anymore just kinda lost my interest, always wanted to play war but loved the artwork from them, and a few marvel comics always catch my eye for poses and muscle structure. yea sorry bout that having a bit of tech difficulties at the moment hopefully it will all get fixed today always love feedback
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You're doing it fine, just one issue proportion and anatomy can be improved by improving a firm basic structure, and then adding the details.
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Hi. One tip i could give you is try making some 30 second drawings. Take a photo or a live model and try to draw it in 30 seconds, it really helps on proportions and concentrating only on the important things.
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I like the wolfman on the right :]
Portfolio Help: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=274228
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Nice work so far. I would suggest that you get a good Loomis or Bridgeman anatomy book and start working on muscle structure along with your poses. That will help you with anatomy and selling the realism you are trying to draw on your humans and other creatures. Tons of creativity here so keep it up!
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