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    Sketchbook Newbie

    Hi guys

    My name's Rosie Coleman. I'm a 17 year old from Australia. I'm a bit new to this whole concept art thing (Despite my generation I'm slightly computer illiterate ha ha) but i figured i should give it a shot. You get this a lot but it's pretty intimidating posting up here but I really want to improve and become a skilled artist so hopefully i'll post quite a bit. I'll keep an open mind for criticism and comment so feel free to offer advice. I also talk a lot about my work so if it gets annoying let me know

    • Here is a recent picture i'm working on for a competition on DA. The main goal with this was to put more context into my work. Give my characters an environment instead of just white space you know? I was pretty tired when i did it and messed up the VPs a few times (fail) so if you spot any glaring mistakes let me know because i'm still working on it


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    • Just some random sketches i did in class. The bottom one is for a tile (i'm doing a ceramics course at TAFE) so when it's done i might post it up


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    • These are a few of some random portrait doodles i did for some people over on DA. Faces are something i like doing and something i want to improve on And yeah pink hair has a dinky horn. lol


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    • Another sketch. I've been trying to improve anatomy for a while (basically forever really) it's taking a while lol.


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    I have lots of other stuff but i just wanted to hi light the areas i'm trying to improve specifically. The main thing i want to work more on in my work is developing fluid lines and volume in my work. And also environments like i mentioned. Which i guess can be achieved only through practice (Like everything else in life ) I find that digital work (Which is mainly how i roll now) is hard to get nice natural lines in, at least i find that. So i'm going to do up more pencil work to get that then hopefully translate it to the computer.

    So if your an expert in this stuff i'd love some pointers! ha ha. Any kind of resources would be fantastic.

    Hopefully i'll keep up the posts! (And they might have less words attached to them )

    Rozo

    Last edited by Rozo; May 12th, 2010 at 02:47 AM.
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