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June 11th, 2010 #92
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add this pic to your first post, as you did in your last post and then it should be done...
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June 12th, 2010 #96
love the watercolor sketches. its amazing how a simple wash can really add loads of life to a simple drawing. what brand are you using?
cottman is a nice set by Winsor & Newton, you can get half pan sets for pretty cheap, even for a student.
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June 12th, 2010 #97
Thanks lolbbq, I'm not sure what water colours I actually use, I'm a bit of a 'take what I can' sort, alot of my things from from my Mum or Gran and the brands or types vary. xD
Watercolours are so good though, especialy for lazy people like me.
Winsor does ring a bell though, in future I shall look out for them.
June 12th, 2010 #98
Your horse-like creature from the previous page looks amazing and so does the creature/character--I especially like the line quality, very clean and flowing....and was that a deer licking a man I saw on the other page....lol. Keep p doing figure studies, I want to see where your imaginative works will go.
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June 12th, 2010 #99
The colors on your watercolors look nice and fit together well.
The faces you draw look good, but you might want to try and make the skulls a bit bigger, or the faces smaller, other than that I think the faces have good character in them! To be honest, I think you have been progressing to the right direction with this also along the way, so, just keep at it as you are!
Keep up the good work!
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June 12th, 2010 #100
lady, you are getting better and better. Keep an eye on anatomy (there are some proportion problems). But overall, very nice sketchbook. Cheers!
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June 12th, 2010 #101
Och, I can't believe how many comments I've been getting today, I kind of feel a bit guilty for not having done so much art today, I'll change that now though. Got tired of writing annnd I'm going to do a few studies.
Now for the replies! *cracks knuckles*
To MyioDeSopsia: Thank you very much! The horse was seriously fun to come up with, though I got a bit lazy with the colouring and shading. I need to spend more time on things.
And yes, that was a man being licked by a deer. As to why it happened I can not say for sure.
To Lakka: Aha! Thank-you, I'm never quite happy with my watercolours though, I really know I can do better but I've been only doing quick washes of colour over biro lines on cheep paper, I'll start paintingwith my better stuff when I think I've gotten /good enough/ to use them again because I don't want to go wasting things. xD
And I'll keep that in mind with faces, I've still got allot to learn on anatomy but I'll get there eventually. ;P
To Ivan: Thanks to you too!
and yes, I've started to notice my anatomy problems soon after drawing them, I'm thinking I need to focus on shoulders, torsos, hips, faces, noses and chins.. Oh! And cheeck bones.
But like they say, they first step's admiting the problem then focusing on fixing it.
Well, thanks again for the support everyone, you guys really aren't as bad as Deviant art say, infact, you're all much more helpful.
Well, I'll stop rambling and get back to drawing, see you all when I have things to post!
June 12th, 2010 #102
I adore your style! It's a perfect mixture of realism and anime, very very cool :3. I also love your watercolors! That media is IMPOSSIBLE for me to tame (so you're already admired for even TRYING) but the fact that you can do it quite well is just... Amazing.
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June 12th, 2010 #103
Och, thank you so much, Nisshoku! It's really weird, by day's been great today solely because so many people are being so nice to me, not just on conceptart either. Ah, watercolours are really simple to me, but I suppose it's because they're the first type of painting I got into.
Acrylics are incredibly hard for me since I like to do things in one go, with watercolours you just splodge paint over your line art and you're done. Not really the propper way of doing it but it's quick xD
Speaking of which, I've done some watercolours an hour or so ago!
But first is a biro doodle of my moth race, I've dubbed them the Ajani. They suffer many different mutations due to some unknown reason, from extra limbs to missing toes and fingers but their most common mutation is in pigment.
Here's one born with piebald
I actually love albinos and the like because they have such an interesting look about them, so I mean no offence to those that do have piebalds or albinism.
next two are paintings I did of people I know, as creatures.
The centaur was going to be a joke- but I turned oddly serious when it came to doing it, 50 minutes later and it was this!
Second is a friend as a Ajani, but I messed her up.
Actually had loads of fun doing both though. I'll keep up the anatomy practice too, because I gave her tiny tiny arms and hands which I didn't notice till I propped it up to take a photo. xD
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