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Here is where I'll be posting sketches, finished works, and anything really. I hope to work in the animation industry someday, so any critique is valued. Cheers!
Random bear in a throne to start.
***Small image is a thumbnail, full image is later on in thread.***
Last edited by Temiree; March 16th, 2011 at 07:01 PM.
Let's see what you can do!
I'll do my best!
Also FYI, I haven't added your adjustments yet. Haven't had the time, but I'm hoping to get to it tomorrow.
I really ought to get more active on this site. I'll post random stuff that I do as it comes. Will try posting gestures and life drawings if I can get my scanner to behave.
Critiques welcome. The latter environment was done from photo ref.
I haven't been posting because of being self-conscious about my work - and also unwilling to post much of my older stuff. (I doubt I'm the first one!) I'm going to take the initiative and actually post things, even if I don't like them. Sketches from school, from home, new, old, landscapes, characters, whatever. I just need to post!
Here is something for now. I'll post more soon. =) Sorry for blurriness, pencils were taken with digital camera (no scanner) and then colored in Photoshop afterwards.
Here is a thumbnail sketch I did for class today. We have to start work on a caricature of a celebrity and I chose Conan O'Brien. (Sorry for blurry quality, no scanner yet.) This took about five minutes or so and was my favorite out of about eight I did.
Last edited by Temiree; March 17th, 2011 at 09:20 PM.
Since you draw a lot of anthro creatures, I suggest tarting photo and life studies of different animals, their skeletons and even muscle structures. Do the same with humans too, that way you can more easily blend the two together and make for a more realistic anthro.
Thanks for the feedback Featheredface! Much appreciated!
Here is a black and white portrait study I did tonight. I may go back and refine this more, I'm not sure... it's to be decided! Critiques and feedback welcomed!
Here's an environment I did last week for an art course I'm taking. Critiques always welcomed.