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    Ezaki's lil book of stuff

    Hey there I'm a 19 years old dude seeking to improve the swing of his sword (pencil/brush) and have now decided to show up here to see what this community has to offer and what I can offer in return.

    This will be a trip from novice to master ( I hope) and I invite you to join it!

    I would love to hear your opinions, criticism and even any kind of thought you have on your mind when you see the things I get down on paper for you here.

    Thanks a lot, here we go! ( I hope the attachments work now )

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    Sry

    And by the way, sorry for the size of this first batch, I'll try to get the next one more appropriate. :(

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    Hey again Conceptart.org users! I'm here again and will try once more to get things going in the drawing-life.

    I want to ask if anyone knows a good and simple way of resizing the pictures i take with a camera or with scanning cause my pictures here seem to get really big

    Here we go.

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    Hey there, nice stuff so far. You've obviously got a good eye for tribal tatoo design, is that what they were intended as?
    Your "Long John" is pretty good too, it's nice seeing a mix of bone and muscle structure, although the head seems a little bit narrow for the rest of the body. Let's see some more figure drawing!

    I was leaving anyway... have any of you got shoes?
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...63#post2990763
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    Thanks Kinky for the watch! Yes it is indeed thought of as tatto or just general tribal patterns, I've always been a sucker for that stuff

    I'm going to do the Riven Phoenix Figure drawing course thingy next so I'll try to get that stuff up going here!

    Thanks once again, I appreciate it alot!

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    Uploads!

    Heres a dude i did a year ago and some other stuff im workin' around with now. Now after studying the human skull i notice how totally wrong this picture is that i did back then... in a sense

    Have at you!

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    Update again!

    Here's another batch of stuff!

    You asked for figures, and here you have some Thanks for the criticism as always!

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    Nice anatomic drawings! keep up the good work!

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    I'm following the learnings of Riven phoenix, it works really well!

    Starting to add up to quite many hours now following the figure drawing videos.

    Vilppuu will get my eyes on him aswell!

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    I myself probably won't go as far as going to a museum for my shot, but your results are great!
    The skull was found in a local monastery from the 12th century. That monks had kept the skull to lean anatomy.

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    Oh got some nice progress going on here, I'm liking the muscle structure that youve done, the characters that your building from them looks a little heman, so make sure there faces portray the emotion your after, no one just holds a blank face when they pose. Boring!

    I see you got the hang or resizing your images, i usually just default something that will fit most people monitor sizes, 1000 width and height doesnt really matter. I recommend in photoshop (or whatever program youre using) try using the levels. (ctrl + l) there is an auto option which works well for sketches itll make your whites white and your lines dark for more contrast. But basically just fiddle with the sliders and see what works for you.

    Keep it up!

    -Red



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    Oh sweet, I'll try that in photoshop, could make things a bit more neat. And thanks for the critisizm on the faces, I'm going to take that tip to practice!

    Thanks once again, I really appreciate feedback!

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    mmm ... good anatomy u got here... keep it up

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