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    Hey there!

    My name is Linnéa, online I usually go by "Mirre". I am from Sweden, and aiming to become a professional illustrator. I have been lurking ConceptArt for quite a while, haha. I thought it was time for me to become more active here.

    My greatest artistic influences and sources of inspiration are, Hans Arnold, John Bauer, Chris Riddell and Sven Nordqvist.

    I will always be happy to receive constructive criticism, and I truly appreciate it when someone takes the time to look at my art and leave a comment.
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    Some assorted life drawings from sessions at the art school I attended for a foundation year.

    Picture one are studies of models in movement, the rest of the sketches speak for themselves I think.

    Some are drawn in mechanical pencil, a few are sketched directly in ink.

    The numbers in a few places note how much time I had to make these.
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    excellent work amigou
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    Thanks, bro! :D

    Here are some more sketches from a monthly sketchfest. Each in under one hour, and subjects based on prompts by other people:
    1) Art Nouveau Pirate (pencil and pigment liners)
    2) Fairy Nouse in a Forest of Bonsais (pigment liners)
    3) Golem/Artficial Life (brush-tip ink pen)
    4) Red Monkey With a Blond Hair Tuft (pigment liners and PhotoShop)
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    Looking good, i feel you're more comfortable with drawing females than males from the smoothness of the lines?

    i guess my only critque would be to draw more males, and try to draw them without lifting the medium (pencil etc) up off the paper..

    Mirre from Pixeljoint? Or is it Pixelation.. your name is familiar..

    Good job, Hope i see more!
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    Tikeshe: Yes, yes. I am definitely more comfortable drawing females, but trying to better that. We only had males models a spare few times during the whole foundation year, which was a bit disappointing. I will try your suggestion the next time I draw a male!

    And yes, I am! From both! : D Could I ask what your username is over there? I don't recognize "Tikeshe"...
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    The drawings of the lady are very good and you have captured the female curves well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirre View Post
    Tikeshe: Yes, yes. I am definitely more comfortable drawing females, but trying to better that. We only had males models a spare few times during the whole foundation year, which was a bit disappointing. I will try your suggestion the next time I draw a male!

    And yes, I am! From both! : D Could I ask what your username is over there? I don't recognize "Tikeshe"...
    I'm guessing you've tried using Posemaniacs for the male poses?
    Other than that, you could look in the topic in References.. ''male references'' or something. Deviantart may also be enough just for quick sketches, or whatever

    My names Quake on both, Pixelation and Pixeljoint. Really need to pixel more, but never seem to sit down and focus. Oh, and i've been trying to pixel anatomical things.. but alas, i have no working scanner anymore so now it's harder to draw figures

    Once i get a scanner (which should be in 5 days, if i get my uni grades) i'll start pixeling more
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    Thomas: Thank you very much!

    Tikeshe: Ohh, Quake... that's a name I recognize. And yup, I do use posemaniacs quite often to practise poses and anathomy, but I think I need to see real people with, you know... skin, and varying body types. But you're right, maybe I can find some stock on deviantart to practise on!
    I never do pixelart from sketches (or at least only on extremely rare occasions). If you do need a sketch, do it in pixels is my recommendation! Otherwise you can get too attached to the lineart of the sketch and limit yourself by it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirre
    And yup, I do use posemaniacs quite often to practise poses and anathomy, but I think I need to see real people with, you know... skin, and varying body types.
    Lol, i was looking for the same thing you just mentioned.

    This website is quite good
    http://www.human-anatomy-for-artist.com/

    And the thread with various websites of Nude people (Some clothed, but mhm..)
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=1813
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    Wow your figure studies are fantastic love it, keep postin!
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    Tikeshe: Thanks for the links! Those are great. : D

    Sonia Leticia: Thanks!





    Some concept sketches:
    First one is of hovering sci-fi vehicles for a story that I am working on.
    The three after that are of monster designs based on emotions.
    And the last is a random monster I drew as a parody on rockabillies, and Grease... can't remember why though. But he's named Billy!
    Last edited by Mirre; August 14th, 2010 at 07:50 PM. Reason: spelling error
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    Really unique sketches LOVEEEEE the red monkeyyy!!
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