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    I need your clothes, your boots, and your comments

    My name is Joe, im 24 and im wanting to meet other artists and get knowledge and opinions. I still have alot to learn and mostly been doing studies. If you get a chance check out my lastest drawings toward the last page, also, check out my link to my music where my siginature is. Thanks and hope to hear from you!!!

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    So here is a demon i made up. Been having trouble drawing but this came out of no where which was really cool. I just started drawing again after stopping for a couple of years.

    I need your clothes, your boots, and your comments

    Here is the same drawing except with a quick color in photoshop
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    I also thinking of making more of this concept for a demon class
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    Did this real quick

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    Well, I'd say make sure you get the anatomy down as best as possible, draw from real models and bodybuilder photos... his pose seems kind of stiff, and once you have the greatest understanding of the human form you can do much more dynamic postures. The idea, I'd say is really cool, kind of World of warcrafty. Welcome as well.
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    Thanks for the feedback, yeah usually those ears make it resemble a night elf lol. Thanks for the advice and you are right about figure drawing. I have that class in a few weeks. I also got this anatomy that i want to start studying.
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    cool start for your sketchbook dude
    get your hands on some loomis/bridgemen books theres some free ones you can find on google. Copy them front to back
    just keep it up, study everything photos, life, your favorite artists, anything that looks cool to you.
    have a good one man
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    Thanks alot man, i still got a long way to go but i hope i get better and better, im doing game art & design at college. I actually been sketching stuff from your sketch book, you have some amazing sketches. I also did a picture from Frazetta. I never heard of this artist before until you mentioned it in your sketchbook. Here is what i did today real quick



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    Sketchbook update!

    Okay so today i did some drwing and had another wack at photoshop. Really starting to enjoy digital painting. I looked at this zombie picture from imaginefx and got pretty close to it here.



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    Very good stuff so far, you're character concepts are very good as are your creatures. Keep up the good work. I can't wait to see more.
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    Hey thanks a lot for the comment and im glad you like it! I will continue to try and post some more. Is your name after the band iced earth?
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    Update!

    Original i did

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    Perspective class original from 09

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    quick original sketches

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    Some contour line and cartoon studies

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    I think the issue with your perspective study is that your vanishing points are too close together. They need to be at 90 degrees. Otherwise you get distortions. This is really easy to do. Just take a triangle measure and wherever the two points meet from that on your horizon line will be the vanishing points. That is the super basic way to do it anyway. I need to refresh my perspective knowledge actually. Anyway, keep going and def study anatomy.
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    Hey thanks for stopping by my sketchbook. And don't stop drawing man. I've stopped drawing too, and it is my greatest regret. Luckily I found a way to get back on track. There are great artists here and they would be a wonderful inspiration for us to keep drawing.
    About your drawings, I think you (and me, too) should start with the very basic figure studies first, how to draw the hands, the face, etc. then we can go up to more complicated things like foreshortening and stuff.

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