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    Let me tell you a story...

    Yay! Sketchbook time! But seriously time to make some effort to improve. All Critique welcomed aka please give me critique, i need all the help i can get =p and ill return the favor =)

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    Some tries at painting in Photoshop

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    Some sketches and 30 sec to one min drawings. More like scribbles then drawings 30 sec ones = total fail T.T some not ref others are using pixelovey and stock

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    Some atcs cause i would like to become better with my color pencil as well =)

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    I don't want to be rude but ... forget about the color pencils... And do more of the drawings like the second one and.... about the first one with photoshop - find the brush presets and play with them. Find a color tutorials because you don't use the colors and the shading well. But It is just a matter of time

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    Awwe but i like color pencils... Plus i bought a bunch of bristal board because it was on sale I will try messing around with the brushes and with color i know im pretty horrible at digital painting right now =(

    Anyway another digital painting Its a tuskar and some human muscle stuff from the lessons Jason is giving. I noticed my proportion looks absolutely terrible even worse then my normal humans... probably because i never give them muscle XD

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    Actually, DON'T forget the coloured pencils. Coloured pencils are a great medium and can teach you a lot (even the cheap ones you get for school). See if you can pick up a book on coloured pencil drawing (from the library if you don't want to buy one).

    One thing you have to remember about coloured pencils is that they're really not all that great for doing solid colour. The grain of the paper tends to show through unless you press really hard and if you press really hard you saturate the paper with colour and then you can't layer the pencils well. It usually works better to slowly build up colour in multiple layers and not mind the paper grain too much. If you want solid colour there's always paint.

    The peanut butter jar is a good start. Set something like that up and see what you can do with your coloured pencils. You likely won't have all the colours you want (not like in Photoshop) but that's actually really good because it'll force you to think about what colours you can layer together to get the colours you see or how you can change things around. It'll get you thinking outside the "red label is red, jar is brown" box.

    And don't stop doing the ATCs or cartoons either, if you can't draw something really fun and fluffy once in a while then why do art at all?

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    nice start, just looking around.

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    Thanks I know just the book, I saw it at the library ill have to look for it when i get back to school. Here are some more animal practice and some loomis.

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    Some digital stuff, the first 3 started out with black and white and greys and i used multiply and color layers but I think the colors look kinda dull when i do that but i see other people start greys and then color. Do you know any tutorials on how to get from greys to colors and picking the right colors so it doesnt turn dullish?

    The last two i didnt do black and white just color on sketch.

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    Great sense of form with the pencil studies. I especially like how well you did the snakes. I cant do snakes for the life of me.

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    Thanks I cant w8 till i get back to school and get to do some life gestures around campus.
    More sketches some from imagination and more following jason and Brad, loomis, and a secret santa.

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    silly little thing. Dont waste your time downloading it. Seriously!

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