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    ssandulak's sketch pad - diving into digital awesome (Update March 5th)

    Okay, starting up a sketch pad, tired of procrastinating so I'm going to be pumping out the studies and randomness. I'm looking for any crits on all my stuff. I have incredibly thick skin and I know I have a ton to learn so let me have it.

    *edit* Changing the thumbnail on my sb (would be cool if there was an option besides just uploading that image first)

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    Another page of 60 sec gestures and a quick painting of a nectorine (color is something I'm really gonna have to work on). Maybe I should try working in grayscale and then laying down color...I dunno I'll try new stuff as I go.

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    Good practices,keep it up!my friend.

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    LAL - Ty good sir, I shall

    A few hand studies. Also a paint of an mma fighter's torso. I had real trouble for a while on it and just started over. I think I was working too close when I was blocking in the light/dark. Should I be working in 32bit color? I mean I figure I should but I have to convert it to 16 for a jpeg. Also I'm finding it fairly difficult to get a steady line on my tablet. Not that it's skipping or anything, I just get these very sketchy lines. I take it that is more me not being used to the tablet than anything? Anyone think these images are too big? I'm halving them when I save them for here but it still seems a bit big to me. Who knows, back to photoshop. And as always I appreciate any crits/tips if you notice I'm doing something wrong.

    *edit* Ah, my reference for the mma fighter. http://www.iska-europe.com/wp-conten...hel_Walker.jpg

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    Couple days without an update, won't happen again (technically I was still sketching, just don't have a scanner and could only find time at work). Just some basic proportion sketches to really grill it into my mind (From Andrew Loomis' Figure Drawing for all it's Worth). Moving on to the basic anatomy now.

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    Did a few thumbnails for the COW this week. I'm probably going to go with 2,3 or 5, with maybe the bench/bus stop sign from 6. It's some sort of wrinkly ant eater/bison thing with a monkey companion to point the way because it's practically blind. I like the idea of it hanging from its belly like in 2, if I don't choose that one I might incorporate that as well (and have him point the way). Not sure though as the silhouette might not work like that...

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    Think this is great

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    More progress on the COW 181. Almost finished up the lines (got the hard part out of the way imo). Crits welcome as always.

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    PHEW, my first weekly done and man was that FUN! I see lots of things I could fix but I learned a bunch so I'll just have to do better next time Really wish the file size was a bit bigger, I had to make it surprisingly small but overall I'm pretty happy with it. Crits/comments of course welcome. Back to the drawing board.

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    Hi

    Nice sketchbook.

    I like the last one, but the bench seems a bit weird. I don't know why, but it doesn't fit in well. Maybe it's too geometrical between the other stuff. Don't know. Sorry. But I like it anyways.

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    Working on my CHOW 203 entry. None of them are REALLY grabbing me but I'm fond of 4,5 and 9. I like the composition of 3 but it doesn't show enough of Rosie for it to be a viable option. Crits/comments welcome as always and thanks gordebak and Acronym.

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    This is becoming great!
    But I guess there is something wrong with the right arm...but I'm not quite sure...
    keep posting man!

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    Thanks Caio. Ya the right arm looked a bit wonky to me too, not sure how I'd go about fixing it though, took me quite a while just to get it to that point Checked out your sketchbook too, very cool stuff indeed Another page of gestures and some spiderman ones because he be awesome and I felt like mixing it up a little. I'll post my wip designs/pic for CHOW 204 soon along with some more anatomy stuff.

    *edit* Okay seems the images aren't showing up, I'm thinking there might be an issue with ca.org tonight so I'll try attaching them again in the morning.

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    So, been a long bloody time since I posted. Life kind of kicked my arse for a while. No excuse though, time to get back in the swing of things. Still working on my anatomy. Breaking it down to areas right now. Focus being the arm at this point. With some torso/neck thrown in as well.
    A bunch of Bridgeman studies, with some more Loomis and I just picked up the Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist by Stephen Rogers Peck. The naming on the muscles still escapes me (for the most part) on the arms, but this is definitely helping me get the the forms down. Going through as many sources as I can to kind of cross reference and hopefully get more of an understanding on how these things work.
    Bridgeman's stuff is very dynamic but he leaves out some views, muscle groups that I needed to look elsewhere to really grasp (thank you Loomis!).
    Anyways...art explosion! (pencil stuff as I've been doing this at work and just scanned in a whole mess of stuff).
    *shotgun blasts the pics at the wall and runs*

    Also have some quick concepts for COW 212 and CHOW 244, faberge dragon and guardian of atlantis, respectively. Crits/comments welcome as always.

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    Forgot to post the Loomis stuff, along with another set of arms done about half way through this arm bonanza to see my progress.

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    A book I found useful as a supplement to Bridgman is 'Classic human anatomy' by Valerie L. Winslow, it shows the range of motion each muscle makes as well as the exact origin and insertion, etc etc. I found it helpful when you can't really figure out what exactly a certain lump is supposed to be.

    Those egg dragons are looking good : )

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    Octopus_interphone: Thanks, I'll look into that book for sure.

    More doodles and studies for today, mostly focused on arms still, with some torso. Also did a quick 35 min self portrait before Game of Thrones (bless you HBO). Gonna try to do one of these a day along with some gestures, to get things flowing. They're nice warm ups.

    *edit* I realize now that the right eye is slightly off, argh. Ah well, I'll get it next time

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    Some more portraits, another self portrait (1 1/2 hr) and a quick bday sketch for a friend of mine (35 min). She turned 26 so a little nerd humor thrown in for good measure Using a web cam for self portrait reference probably isn't the best idea but ah well
    Crits/comments welcome of course *tips hat*

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    Started a new piece and put an hour and a half or so into it, still blocking things in really. Sky pirate goodness, deciding on whether to have the black masses in the background being ships bursting through the clouds or the citadel they're about to raid Never really painted clouds, so figured this would be a fun way to get some practice in Also the girl is really only naked for proportion...probably, it's growing on me hehe.
    The pose is hit or miss for me, not sure if I should have her more hanging than leaning as she is.
    Crits/comments welcome as always. Insights and the meaning of life appreciated also, if it's not too much to ask *tips hat*

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    One last update before sleep (I know, sleep is for the weak, but still ) Did a bit of cloud work...kind of want to keep the contrast I had on the ship she's standing on though, then I'll have to make her more overcast as well. Would make sense if the part of the ship she's on hangs over her as well, so probably what I'll do. Night all.

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    heeey! im really liking the grayscale study of the chick off characterdesigns! i love zoro's pose! maybe try to make the hand on the left a little bigger..and his butt seems a little flat..it looks right in the sketch phases though...lol..and as for adding color...try setting a layer on overlay...or on color..maybe that will help..unless you were talking about avoiding those approaches all together.

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    Very cool so far, good seeing all the quick figure sketches, they make for a solid foundation, so keep it up! Maybe try more opaque/hard-edged brushes on the digital pieces? This generally makes for a more assertive and less airbrush-looking image.

    Keep posting!

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    Bing! - Thanks for the crits. I see what you mean about his butt heh, not sure how I missed that hehe. Also made the hand a bit bigger on the left too, good call. Still might need to make it a bit bigger as it seems a little off, though I think that might be the shadow on the right hand making it look bigger than it is. As for the pose, I've scaled back the dynamic and just hoping to get a more realistic one in it's place (though One piece is all about the crazy )

    The_Flying_Dutchman - Totally agree with you there dutchman, I've been using just the standard hard round, but with transfer on for the opacity. And that is one of the bigger things I have to work on, making those large confident strokes really does add to the piece and you can see it when it's missing

    How's the torso looking? Got a few comments in the critiques section that it looked a bit off so sharpened up the torso a little and moved the right shoulder in. Also added a hint of color to the face just to mess around and kind of get an idea of how I'm going to add color. Thanks for checking in though, and keep the crits/comments coming all.

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    Couple more updates. Bit more work on Zoro as well as a couple studies. Doodling my stylus stand, a magneto (from x-men first class, which I'm definitely checking out this weekend ) and various warm up doodles (so ashamed of quality, but ah well). Crits/comments welcome as always.

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    Couple more updates, mostly studies (some Bridgeman and some Peck), bit of an update on my pirate girl (switched the pose around a bit and tightened up a couple of things).
    Really took my time on the head/eyes and studied what I was doing so less quantity, more quality/learning
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    Looks good studies are definitely spot on. Knew exactly who they were at first glance.

    For constructive crits. For the Zoro piece I think if the legs are facing that way he's twisting his body around quite a bit. Probably more than would be natural. Since it looks like his chest is pointing a tad towards us I think I see. If you switched the legs to a bit more sideways I think that would be a more comfortable and natural pose. Just my 2 cents.

    On the last one the perspective in the foreground is bugging me a little not sure what it is. If its what she's standing on or possibly just that what she's grabbing and how that area is a bit less defined so it's harder to tell where it stands I suppose.


    But still looks good nonetheless =)

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    Dude, these are really some seriously cool works. The gray scales are coming along really nicely. I like the sketch work you are doing and the development for digital. You have a really strong start here! I feel like some of the poses could be a little more fluid as the people feel a tad rigid. But the application of the light is spot on. Maybe just some life drawing? Just to loosen it up a little. Either way, looking forward two what you come up with!

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    So, a little more work on the sky pirate girl. Changed the pose ( I know I know, again). But I'm happier with it now. Though I really should tighten things up a bit at a time all over instead of zeroing in...cause this is taking forever
    Also another quick piece of fanart I'm working on. Lord I hope I don't have to explain who it is 1hr and a half on it. Got a couple more bits of anatomy work I'll post another time (too lazy to grab the scanner).

    JFierce - Ya, the Zoro pose I've been struggling with. His pose is definitely possible (did it a whole bunch just to make sure). Just seems my rendering of it is a little lacking as I get that comment a lot. As for the perspective on the sky pirate I think you were right. I extended the canvas and drew out what would be there and it seemed off. Ground still a WIP but the pose should look more natural now. Thanks.

    masterpug - You're absolutely right, the pose is one of the things I struggle with to be honest. Been doing a ton of gestures from posemaniacs while I look into finding a local life drawing or sketch group

    Thanks for the comments folks and any crits/comments welcome.

    ***Complete side note*** Check out Game of Thrones if you haven't already, so good

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    Updates updates! Some more work on my sky pirate and finished the linework on megaman. Also going to be starting on the latest Chow (getting in nice and early so I can actually finish one).
    Crits/comments welcome as always, thanks.

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