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October 24th, 2009 #1
My name is Ilse, I am a 23-year-old student of Game Art from the Netherlands.
First and foremost I would like to thank you for dropping by!
Please don't be a stranger and drop a comment, critiques
are most welcome and if I can find the time I'll be sure
to return the favor!
I've got myself a simple A4 sized book to do my sketches in, I'll hopefully be able to show you some new (and better) stuff soon.
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hey keep it up! love the green sea dragon thingy
October 25th, 2009 #3
Today's and a bit of yesterday's doodling. For a personal assignment I'm trying to draw a cartoon-ish game character which I will work out further and then attempt to render in a more realistic way. I'm probably going for either 2 or 4.
Dirty scanner. I need to clean that glass >>.
October 25th, 2009 #4
October 25th, 2009 #5
Very nice sketchbook !!! You have a good understanding of values !!! Keep it up
October 26th, 2009 #6
Well, the scanner got cleaned.
It's so stupid and frustrating how something can look right on paper, but looks ridiculous when scanned.
More practise will come later.
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very cool, My friend. keep it up!
November 17th, 2009 #10
Chipsterology Sketchbook - Open for crits - 24hrs
November 17th, 2009 #11
silvestri99: Thank you! More will come . And keep coming, hopefully.
WinterTime: Thanks! I will!
BlackARK: Glad you think so!
It's not much but I went and refined the sketches a bit more than I initially intended. Especially the rhino 'dragon'.
Info on the rhino dragon: Too heavy to fly, so it's wings started to evolve into a defensive weapon. Not that it needed them since it's already a tank, but I figured it needed something that still slightly resembled wings.
Info on the "mech": Very quick sketch of a mech I've had in mind for a long time. I still lack the skill to draw her as I actually think she should look (it's a she by the way), so I stopped where I was and decided to try again later.
Everything else is just random doodling or practise.
November 18th, 2009 #12
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Really awesome stuffff!!!
The studies are almost always right on
And I feel like you should rename yourself to dragon/dinosaur woman !
Keep postin' !!!
November 30th, 2009 #15
Ahh, I'm so slow with my practises lately! I've been doing other things though. Not a day goes by that I don't draw. Here's what kept me busy before, and what I AM still busy with.
The lion character is not my own, it was an exchange type picture for BrennaRaven on DeviantArt. The second picture is more or less a tryout. I wanted to draw something cute in a somewhat cartoony style (it's no particular animal, more of a mix between red panda and lemur).
December 3rd, 2009 #16
December 3rd, 2009 #17
Some chimera sketches I did, because I couldn't decide on a pose. I'm probably going for the second though (where the goat is vomiting liquid fire by the way. I'm aware it looks awkard).
And one based off of a bird I saw today when I came home from work. It was sitting perched on a branch, preening itself when the wind suddenly caught it's tail so it flung forward, struggling to hold on to the branch. It really cheered me up and as I got home I decided to speedpaint the scene. 15 minutes.
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January 9th, 2010 #20Registered User
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wow awesome sketch book, I liked the mythological creatures.
January 9th, 2010 #21
Your lines seem so... clean and confident. Sweet! Something more loose would be interesting too though -
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Hey man, loving your sketchbook so far! My favourites are the pokemon drawn like real monsters XD that's such a cool idea.. maybe when I get good enough some day I'll try drawing my favourites as "real" monsters!
very inspiring stuff, your line quality is great!
Keep up the hard work!
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January 9th, 2010 #27
Awesome sketchbook! I love the realism, anatomy and perfect line work.
January 9th, 2010 #28
Damn really nice creature designs!Kepp practicing faces and keep posting
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January 10th, 2010 #30
MoKhi: Thank you . Glad you think so!
TheButterBunny: Thanks! You definitely should, it's tons of fun .
Dr poPcoRN: Hey, thanks!
Bellachime: Thanks! And here it is!
Dahami: Thank you!
Cameli: Thanks! I should get to drawing more faces real soon.
cdejong: Thanks a lot. Me too actually, but I have to make it in first!
Here is today's work. I've been chatting with a commissioner today, she's developing a world of her own but she is more of a writer and in need of drawn references, so that's where I come in. Unfortunately the best reference she could give me were screenshots of creatures she designed in Spore, and my job basically was to draw these creatures in a somewhat realistic/believable fashion.
Starting off with the 'elephant' of her world. A full grown man would reach up to about the third spike coming from it's leg. It has sensory antennas for eyes, should anyone get confused.
Second, her world's 'warthog', it digs up it's food with it's peculiar front legs.
And a swamp tree. My first ever serious attempt at sketching a tree as well so probably full of mistakes. I need to draw more plants.
Oh, and another sketch commission like the ones a couple of posts back:
Not too happy with that last one, but I was completely uninspired.
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