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April 26th, 2010 #1
Book of Sketchin'
This seems like a great place to learn and improve, so advice and the like is really really appreciated.
I suppose I'll start with some of the stuff I have already done..
(some of the stuff in this first post is really old, near the end)
Gunnerup, Nov 14 09
random dump, Feb 13 10
At This Point, Mar 23 10
Gwalk [WIP], Feb 24 10
Self Portrait, Mar 26 10
FWG, Mar 16 10
Chun Li [WIP], Feb 6 10
Feather, May 25 09
Bigmouth, July 26 09
Sun Wukong (Monkey King), Aug 16 09
Half, Oct 11 08
WhatDoYouSeeOverThere, Sept 12 08
Scout doodle, April 14 10
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Not quite sure what you're doing but I'll see if I can help: Firstly make sure you're posting in 'Advanced' posting mode as opposed to quick reply. > Click on the 'Manage Attachments' button. > From here you can post a "direct link" from an external hosting site such as photobucket or, and this is probably the easiest way, click on the 'Browse' button and upload files from your computer. Make sure you fill in all required information (it should prompt you if you've missed anything) and make sure the file icons and info are adding to the list as you upload them. Also beware of file size, a note should appear at the top of the attachment manager box if something is too big or not a supported file type.
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Looking forward to seeing the art. ;]
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April 26th, 2010 #3
Hey! Some really great looking stuff, and you're only in Jr.High?! Nice style and concepts look cool. Definitely much better than I was in Jr.High, let alone a few years ago. Have you spent time doing many anatomy studies yet? If not you should looking into books by Andrew Loomis and George Bridgman, http://processjunkie.blogspot.com/20...ooks-ever.html , some of those loomis links are broken but you can google "save loomis" for the rest.
I like what i see so far, post more so we can give you some better comments, I'll be back for more!
April 26th, 2010 #4
April 26th, 2010 #5
Good stuff! I would say your definitely on track. Why do you think your skills are far off? They are not up to par yet but you have plenty of time. To get you started with getting past that highschool level, start doing figure and anatomy studies. It will help a lot with your proportions.
April 26th, 2010 #6
wow awsome start for your sketchbook
keep at it
ill be staying tuned
sketchbook updated October 6th
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Good stuff so far, I like the cartoony Assassins Creed drawing, it's pretty good. Keep up the good work.
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April 30th, 2010 #11
Hay bopx as far as the anatomy on the last piece its close but the legs are a bit to short and the proportions relative to the head are a bit off some places remember top of head to chin 1, chin to center of breast 2, breast to navel 3, navel to crotch4, then go up a bit above the crotch and divide the proportion of the legs out to either the other half of the body or a bit longer for heroic proportions. Keep working at it its close
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May 6th, 2010 #12
ffffffff I'm such an armor noob xD
I've tried to make armor before, but this is probably the second or first time ever succeeding in a full body of armor...instead of frustratedly giving up lol.
This is just a wip btw, imput is would be super helpful!
added 2nd pic: I found this a few days ago. It's way old, but I really want to salvage it
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May 6th, 2010 #13