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    Nyoron's Sketchbook Thread

    You know, first month of the tablet, and I'm having fun with it
    So I will make a sketchbook, and I will try to improve and things
    I'm a hard worker.. really




    EDIT: 2011, is what it took me to start drawing o_________o I didn't know I was procrastinating so long.
    Been drawing 4 hours a day now. Wish me luck!


    EDIT2: The dog picture isn't mine, but it looks so cute. !.

    EDIT3: Just drawing in my spare time now.

    EDIT4: I have time now!
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    This is still a very early wip Collaborating with global-wolf
    I made the idea!
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    the last piece is going good, go for that. Hope to see more.
    If you think you can t Draw, just draw more

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=1#post1207915
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    Thank you nistarn. ok ok ok but how do I draw mountains digitally?
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    I like the underwater picture (is that pokemon? ) but for drawing bodies and people, I'd train up a bit with traditional art. Only start using digital work when you are happy and feel experienced enough with pencil and paper to make a new step. Digital art can be a big step for most, and like they say, don't run before you can walk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsacc View Post
    I like the underwater picture (is that pokemon? ) but for drawing bodies and people, I'd train up a bit with traditional art. Only start using digital work when you are happy and feel experienced enough with pencil and paper to make a new step. Digital art can be a big step for most, and like they say, don't run before you can walk.

    Ok. But I cant affort supplies and stuff (like oils because I heard they're very expensive). I'll just get a sketchbook and pencil and start grinding. Thanks

    EDITed

    I read back and wao I shouldve worded carefully
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    Wait, if you have a tablet, shouldn't you be able to afford at least a sketchbook, pencils, and erasers? o______O Unless you got it as a present or something lmao.

    Oh, I see a Pokemon~ I forgot what it's called though lmao, too many Pokemon. T__T Anyways, you're off to a good start. Rendering, a bit of cleaning up, and blending in the brush strokes can be something that you can work on based on the stuff you've posted up so far. That's all I can say for now. x]
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    You have a cute imagination. I like the overall look of the mantine painting. Like supermarionbros said, blending in the strokes would clean it up a bit. As for the mountains, it looks like the lighting is all over the place. I can't really help with digital work, though.

    Keep it up and study, study, study.
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    here's the paste bin for this post : http://pastebin.com/skpHmtEx

    making this page more compact
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    AHH I see, same here! I got Intuos4 as well, but for Christmas though. I'm still learning how to use it though, aha. Also, which digital program are you using? Photoshop? Actually it's not that it's bad to use for digital painting, but, correct me if I'm wrong, but personally I find it a bit harder to paint on Photoshop. The program that I use is Paint Tool SAI, and with that it's pretty much for digital painting, so you already have your blending settings, brushes, etc. set up for you and you can just change it right away. In Photoshop, you have to keep going back and forth with the brush settings, close the window, test it out, then go back again to change the settings...

    I don't know, I actually may be wrong about the Photoshop part, but if I am, then I'm sorry about that. I haven't been using it as much as I used to before. .____. I don't even know if you're using it or not lmao, but yeah... I don't even know how to blend on Photoshop, unless you use blur or smudge or something, which may soften your work too much. =/

    And I do suggest on taking art classes, which will help push you further to create more artwork. However in the end, it's all up to you, and you're pretty much responsible for your own improvement. People can help you out along the way, but in the end, it's you who's doing the art. So basically, school shouldn't be the only thing that's making you do art, and it's something that I realized up 'til now. So draw outside of school, draw even in the winter... Hey, I get cold too, but it doesn't stop me from doing artwork. Just wear a blanket like I do, lmao...

    Don't worry, if you're like me and tend to say yes to everything, but in the end you don't do it and procrastinate.... I'm like that too, but I've been trying my best to change my habits lately. Ever since I hit grade 12 [a few months ago], I've been drawing a bit more and tried to put a bit more effort into my artwork, since I'm going to college next year and such. But yeah, to help keep you motivated, do it because you like it. If you feel inspired to do something, do it right away or else the motivation will slip away. Even if you start on something and get unmotivated by it later on, at least you started on something, which is another step for becoming better than you originally were. ^.^

    And yeah........ I'm gonna go stop now, I rant too much. XD
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    Hi Hi!

    Haven't updated in a while!
    This is just a preview of what I've been up to (quick gestures in the tablet since I don't have a scanner, and I don't really draw that well with a tablet so and I don't have a scanner )

    Wee, and anyone have advice on anatomy tidbits?
    I have much trouble with arms, and the little muscles that's hard to notice
    I have no trouble with the major ones though (torso, upper/lower back, however the ones on the shoulder blades confuse me, and a little of the legs) .

    I stopped drawing for a couple days and I forget everything yaaargh!

    I try drawing my own arms...but no muscles.

    So I am still trying to get the concept of forms down (well... 'feeling' the forms).
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    I'm still alive! No scanner...can't scan progress


    All I've been doing so far are still lives, getting values down and some observational skills. Sailing smooth so far, very intimidated about more complicated studies. I don't really have a scanner..I think...actually lemme go check, if I do I'll scan my sketchbook and post the pictures here to show my progress. Right now this is like a journal... I uhh


    Yeah but today I tried digital...yeah it didn't go so well...lol
    v down there
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    some 2 minute studies

    and wao I havent drawn in a while. oops

    it stopped getting interesting after the last one, so I cut off. will do more on and off this weekend now that I have time.
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