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    Talking Glo'din Tree Gnome - Fantasy Cartoon Drawing of Pipe Smoking Gnome Under Mushroom

    So is this good or not? *the first is the before picture, scroll down for the after

    I know it's not fantastic but it's a good 2 hours of drawing on the Wacom. I had to go digital this time, as I'm trying to perfect my skills with digital mediums.

    I was thinking of drawing some birds and animating the picture, smoke rings included (I DID make it in Flash after all)...

    Is this a decent effort or should I have put more time into the design and effort?

    I have already improved this image from an earlier one not long ago.
    So if you don't mind I will show the before and after. Would you say I went in the right direction with this drawings progression.


    Any comments are much appreciated.

    The first incarnation


    Notice the gnomes two right big toes... :rofl: I missed that entirely.



    The image finished and presented... with one right foot, and one left foot.

    Glodin much appreciated it.

    Last edited by DanielandTheLionsPen; January 24th, 2004 at 12:35 AM.
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    *slaps forehead...
    I just noticed that I forgot to shade the fixed leg

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    well.. nice effort.
    two hours is a lot for someone like me. Yet if i were you i would use those hours to study and LEARN drawing.
    The good news is that you are in the right place.
    You will get A LOT of help if you prove that you are willing to learn. See MCM (i'm totaly obsolete now).
    So.. welcome - looking forward seing you in the life drawing forum!

    Obllio

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