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    skMOPBOOK! ☉_☉

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    Hi! I'm Vincent, and blahhhhhrgjhg go to last page!

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    and please ignore the naive poll made long ago. .__.
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    Sketch in photoshop
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    Hopefully these are sized okay.
    Character sketch, bout an hour
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    quick portrait heads, can you recognize anyone?

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    self portrait, didn't get to finish because I looked different the next day haha+different light source, 1-2 hours from life(mirror) in photoshop.
    I think it has a good likeness to me, but not that you guys would know
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    Tip - try reading up on some head/body construction (Loomis and Bridgman books are good places to start). It'll make your posemaniacs and other drawings look better.

    Just turned 15 too ;D

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    ehhwot: Thanks for the tip I've heard about them but haven't gotten around to them, I'll try to check em out from my library. Haha and good to meet people around my age here.

    More figure drawings + small muscle studies

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    Been away for a long time (about 2 months?) - not literally, but just not active on this sketchbook. Here some random junk I've done since then, most of sketches I've done aren't worth posting.
    Last one is attempt at a master copy (Degas)
    -need to work on digital badly-

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    Using a crab photo from wanimal
    WIP, so far about an hour. Homework, then to sleep.

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    You're making nice progress there...

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    New semester and finals are over, so I'll be uploading some of the stuff I did in art this semester sometime later...
    I switched to Commercial Art this semester, which is seeming pretty fun so far.

    Self Portrait (About 2 hours), we've got a 4 day weekend so hopefully I'll draw up some good stuff.

    Comments welcome!
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    your studies/sketches are looking really good! and i'm lovin' that crab.

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    LieutenantHanz: Thanks, I've kind of given up on the crab though as I've lost the reference picture haha.

    Character..sketch..design..thing
    Done over today and yesterday...about 3 hours maybe? Ack need more anatomy studies, and dress/feet need the most work. Probably won't work on this anymore though.

    No reference used for this picture - trying to do some imaginative stuff, even if it's not very creative

    Harshest Critiques!(welcome)
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    Is it bad to be painting in grayscale and then to get the colors through overlay?
    I just saw the technique somewhere and wanted to try it..(below)
    It seems easier, but I don't want to do it if it'll hinder me somehow later. I also really want to start doing environments, because I feel like I've only learned about anatomy. I've no idea how to start on them though.

    Yeah just doodles for today, 20min each - no reference for either
    Last edited by skMOP; February 20th, 2010 at 03:22 AM.

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    Hey! You're going off to a nice start, but I personally don't suggest using overlay. It'd be much better to learn colours, doing life studies are a great way to pick out the colours. Try painting an apple from life and really look at the colours. You'll be suprised.
    Same for metal. And there's nothing wrong with working from a photo reference (or better get, yourself in a mirror) to get to grips with how skin is painted.

    I've just started doing some environents, I've been using this site: http://freetextures.3dtotal.com/

    And trying to just roughly get the colours down before i refine it. Hope it helps!

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