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    Greyskill's Sketchbook!

    HEYYA go to the last page to see new things and stuff....

    Hello people of conceptart.org! I'm yet another of those people who have been lurking around the site for quite some time admiring others' work but have never posted.

    I am 20 years old (almost 21), and I am a video game designer. I'm sort of an artist, writer, and programmer all rolled into one. I have always loved to create things, and drawing is one of my favorite methods of creation.

    I've been trying recently to attempt to draw more regularly and more intensely to raise my skill level. I thought that it might be helpful to me to have a sketchbook to urge me to do more.

    All critiques are gladly welcomed!! Thank you all in advance for all of your critiques, comments, and any suggestions you can give.

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    Here are some of my recent sketches!

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    Here is a pen and marker drawing I did using a Feng Zhu technique.

    It was done with black pens and 30% and 50% prismacolor markers.

    I did a quick color over in photoshop before uploading.

    Will post more tomorrow, too tired today...

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    More STUFF!!

    Some posemaniac sketches and a portrait from a random photo and other stuffs!!

    Waiting for a serial port to usb converter so I can use my wacom tablet on my computer. I can use my brothers' computer but I feel kinda bad kicking them off. Plus my monitor is better anyhoo!

    I like this smiley, it reminds me of "gotta have blue hair", and "IT'S OVER 9000!!!"
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    heya greyskill, thanks for the comment in the SB. I'm liking what's going on in ur sb, lots of cool ideas, keep them healthy sketches coming! I think the posemaniacs is great, also if you can live figure drawing with quick poses will help greatly.

    Rad design on the mecha sketch!
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    Hey! I really like these sketches. How long did that reaper take? Keep postin'
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    -snootchy
    Thanks for the encouragement and advice! I'll try to find somewhere to do live figure drawing if I can! I really like your paintings.

    -ColorExcursion
    The reaper took probably 2-2.5 hours I think. It was really fun to paint, I haven't done much of that.
    Thanks for taking a look at my sb and thanks for the encouragement!


    More posemaniacs....
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    the marker drawing in #2 is really nice. and good gestural drawings, keep that up! don't be afraid to do some more detailed drawings of muscles/bone structures, too - they're tedious, but getting those forms down adds a lot more to your gestures.
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    Thanks Mira! I'll try to do more anatomical studies. They're just something I forget to do when I don't have a book right in front of me or something. I can see in my gestures where they don't really have the same structure they could have if I had a better understanding of the forms of the human body. Thanks a bunch for visiting my sketchbook!

    Here are some drawings I did copying from a book of master sketches. So there are Raphaels and Reubens and good stuff like that in there!

    When I do drawings like this I think a lot more about what I learn from studying the drawing I am copying than I do about how the finished drawing comes out. I don't know if that is good or not, but whatever.
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    It's been a few days since my last post.

    Couple of reasons for that, one I went away for the weekend, two I am sick, three no one really cares that I'm listing these! WOOHOO!

    Here are some Bridgman studies!
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    Thx for dropping by my sketchbook I like what I see here dude, nice pace with the studies and sketches. All I can say is keep it up
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    Good gestures! You captured the poses and proportions very well for a 30 second drawing.

    The only critique I can give is that the perspective/ foreshortening is slightly off with some of the limbs in your master sketch studies.
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    Thanks, I'll do my best to keep it up! You keep up the good work too, I'm watching your thread!

    -Scimok
    Thanks for stopping by! Yeah I can see the perspective in the copies now that you point it out. I can especially see it in the top left one.

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    Here are some more Bridgman studies and some posemaniacs.

    It is always easy for me to just make myself do 10 mins of posemaniacs, it sort of feels like I have no choice but to finish when I start.

    I got the converter for my wacom tablet, but the drivers are being a pain, I hope I fix it soon.
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    Your Bridgman studies are looking good. Keep it up!
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