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This is part of a massive sketch-dump at the end:
Last edited by Cameobug; January 4th, 2011 at 12:02 AM.
Some stuff I did today in math class...
Hello there! Nice sketches, please post more.
I also want to be a comic artist. I hope that we can do it.
Greetings and good luck.
Last edited by fain-life; December 3rd, 2010 at 05:45 AM.
A fairly quick portrait sketch from a stock photo: http://browse.deviantart.com/resourc...et=240#/d690x6
An illustration for a Christmas Card I want to send out to the fam.
Was playing the "Scribble Game" with my sisters. On the off chance that your elementary school art teacher hated this game and never showed it to you, the Scribble Game involves two or more players, with one player drawing a random scribble and the other making a picture out of it. It's a lot of fun with a tablet, an HDMI cable and a big TV. These were a couple of my scribbles:
The last post looks really good but you may want to make the images a little larger so we could take a closer look.
If you haven't already, I highly recommend purchasing the book "How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way". It's one of my all time favorite books and I'll guarantee you'll grain some inspiration and learn the technique.
Just a girl and some snowflakes...
I love cardinals.
I downloaded alchemy yesterday and used it to sketch out the base for this picture. I really like the program and I think it helps.
A pathetic little still life that I did in the roughly half hour between coming home from work and heading out for a Christmas party. Aside from my scanner doing a particularly horrid job with the colors, the only moderately successful piece of fruit on the plate was the pear. The apple looks like a pair of red butt cheeks. :/
A quick little robot. I think he's kinda cute. :3
Playing around a little more with the robot in Painter
A late Merry Christmas to all.
This is a Dear God freaking huge sketch-dump. A good portion of my holiday doodlings.
-Sketches 1-5 were all done whilst hanging out with a friend who also sketches.
Sketches 6 and 7 are just some cartoon faces
Sketch 8 is from another friend's house. His weiner dog, Getty.
Sketches 9 and 10 are just random doodles. I've always had watercolors, but just recently, I bought a water brush with a little reservoir, so I can have water with me everywhere.
11, 12 and 13 are quick, no more than 5 minute sketches of 3 of my friends done on New Years Eve. The resemblance isn't all that great.
The last two are just more cartoon sketches.