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    Falling back in love with ink

    Some digital experiments, I'd love any feedback, tips or ideas. I'm looking to improve my skills and get up to the standard of some of the amazing guys on this site.


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    Biro Sketches

    Some biro sketches done at work.
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    some Interesting pictures, im also an matuer, i think you are off to a good start

    some good advice, is getting more variety of sketches, becuase i too have the problem of sketching in a similar approach so to speak each time. try random as angles, various inspiration- but keep it original.

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    crawl

    Built this painting up without using layers which turned out to make things a lot harder to edit.
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    Croc man and star wars.

    Worked over a biro sketch
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    Trying to produce an entire scene, I always end up just doing figures so maybe a few environments will push me. If anybody has any tip for showing light bouncing off the flames I'd love to hear them.
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    colour studies

    Worked on a few colour studies from photos and screenshots. I found it really helpful to get my head around colour and reflecting light.

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    It's nice to see that you're also working on bigger compositions. The creatures in your previous post show some problem with shading and textures. But I think the studies in your last post put you in the right direction for studying shading. Keep it up! I like that tiger.
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    Trying to spread my time between doing practice with colour and shade, and then having some fun with characters and creatures. Using the wacom is starting to feel more natural, hopefully soon it's going to be as comfortable as a trusty biro.
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    You have some cool designs going here man
    one thing id work on is your color and brush economy
    studying more from life would help i think
    keep it up looking forward to seeing more
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    Environments are my biggest weakness (along with vehicles), so I'm going to give them some time. Also trying to work some characters into a background. More ambitious than some of the stuff I usually work on but nothing worth doing is easy.
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    A couple of practise things from photo's and a drawing of my cat.
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    Figure studies

    A couple of figures, one from reference and one from imagination/memory. I plan to develop the soldier further.
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