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    Lhune's Sketchbook

    Hey y'all!

    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!



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    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

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    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.

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    Dirty scanner. I need to clean that glass >>.

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    whoa this one is pretty cool. Keep at it!

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    Very nice sketchbook !!! You have a good understanding of values !!! Keep it up

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    Well, the scanner got cleaned.

    It's so stupid and frustrating how something can look right on paper, but looks ridiculous when scanned.

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    More practise will come later.

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    It took a while unfortunately. Relationship, work, driving and I still had a few commissions to finish before I could fully focus on practise (I can't do personal stuff well if I still owe other people art).

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    Nice stuff, can't wait to see more!

    ...a perpetual plan for discovery days,where everyone can take part in "purposeless play".
    My Sketch 'em up book!!
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    very cool, My friend. keep it up!

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    Excellent

    Chipsterology Sketchbook - Open for crits - 24hrs
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    silvestri99: Thank you! More will come . And keep coming, hopefully.

    WinterTime: Thanks! I will!

    BlackARK: Glad you think so!

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    Today's work:

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    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.

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    Update. As is probably obvious, R means a reference was used, NR means no reference.

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    More may still come today.

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    Last one for today, I really need some sleep now.

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    Heyyy,
    Really awesome stuffff!!!
    The studies are almost always right on
    And I feel like you should rename yourself to dragon/dinosaur woman !
    Keep postin' !!!


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    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.

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    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).

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    Done .

    .... I should get back to sketching now.

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    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).

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    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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    A couple of sketch commissions I've been working on. I was away for Christmas and busy during New Years, I did some traditional sketching then, but I'll have to scan those later.

    None of these characters are my own.

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    More will hopefully come soon.

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    Oh, and I almost forgot these! Two of my favourite pokιmon of the very first series, and Lairon. I tried drawing them as actual monsters though.

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    wow awesome sketch book, I liked the mythological creatures.

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    Your lines seem so... clean and confident. Sweet! Something more loose would be interesting too though -

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    Arthurkidd: Thank you!

    Keeviin: I'm glad you think so . I wish I could do more loose sketches, I do them a lot but end up automatically refining them (partially also because I'm probably the only one who can still see what they are before that).

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    You draw wonderful animals and creatures! They've got a lot of feeling and attitude in their postures and your line quality is a world away from what it was on page 1. Keep posting and improving. I'll be subscribing to this.

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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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    brilliant start! i really like your creatures you got good lines and a good sense of proportions, nothing looks awkward keep posting! i will keep looking

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    wow you have amazing artwork and a brilliant understanding of anatomy @_@
    Keep it up, I look forward to your next posts!!

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    Awesome sketchbook! I love the realism, anatomy and perfect line work.

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    Damn really nice creature designs!Kepp practicing faces and keep posting

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    Wow just great work in here, looking forward to seeing your development in art school!

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    MoKhi: Thank you . Glad you think so!

    TheButterBunny: Thanks! You definitely should, it's tons of fun .

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    Bellachime: Thanks! And here it is!

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    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.

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    Second, her world's 'warthog', it digs up it's food with it's peculiar front legs.

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    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.

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    Oh, and another sketch commission like the ones a couple of posts back:

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    Not too happy with that last one, but I was completely uninspired.

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