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    the character turns out very nicely! also diggin the cat gestures! they feel very solid.


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    The cat gestures are great! What a fantastic idea!!
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    Thanks for visiting my sb! The link is very helpful (and difficult).
    Those cats in your last post are great! So are the body sketches in #177.
    Can I ask what pen you had making those sketches?
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    Those cat gesture look solid. Love the line control. The eye studies look good . Leyendecker study really came out nice. Thanks for the link, Dint know about him!
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    Man, I owe so many people SB comments, I feel like such a jerk not commenting on anybody else for days now. I WILL DO SO, I SWEAR.

    rumpenstiltzkin - Thank you!

    Whirly - Though much less applicable to most art, cat gestures are quite possibly more fun to do than human gestures. And I don't even like drawing animals!

    Greenhouse - Glad to help! Those specific drawings are in ballpoint pen, specifically a Uniball Jetstream. As far as ballpoint pens go, they're by far the nicest I've ever used, both to draw and write with, and they're not too expensive.

    sin eater - Thank you! Didn't know about who, Leyendecker? If so I am glad to have corrected that, he's amazing.


    Okay, NOW this one's done. The changes from the last iteration are pretty minor, but some stuff was bugging me and now it isn't anymore.

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    See, I SAID I'd work on the Leyendecker study more! Not a lot of time to work on it, and a whole lot more to do. I can't think of any study that's kicked my butt as much as this one; all his marks are so precise.

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    Another Castle - Blue Butterfly screencap. Didn't time it, but definitely spent way too long for way too mediocre a result. Every single one of her facial features is super wrong.

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    Still is a beautiful painting, if you ask me
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    MeteorCat - Man, I almost missed your comment, you posted right as I was posting this. =D Thank you! I think I got the colours about right, just botched the facial features is all.



    Aaaaand Drawing Script gestures. 30s/60s/90s.

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    your gestures looks really solid!

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    Thanks rumpenstiltzkin! Finally getting back into the habit I think.

    More gestures; 60s and 90s from the Drawing Script. Doing my daily post a good 12 hours earlier than I usually do because I have a crazy busy day ahead of me, so who knows if I'll have time tonight.

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    You're far too kind to me. I love that last character! Maybe a little metal here and there would add some contrast and some lightplay?

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    Gestures just keep getting better Rev.

    I think your character in post #186 its a little difficult to look at because of the dark lighting but the white background. In such a white room/exterior diffuse light would be bouncing everywhere I am not sure you would see such dark black so its not something we are used to seeing maybe.
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    GEB - Thanks, and nah, your stuff is awesome. You're right, could really use a couple of bright spots in there...

    Whirly - Yeah, I think you're right... I tend to do these sorts of character drawings on a plain white background, but generally the pros stick in at least a basic vignette wash or something for exactly that reason. Whoops.

    Some guys, idk, it's late and I'm tired. These are not so good; gotta start doing the 2/2/2 head exercise again, I think that was working. Another Deva in there too because I can't be obsessed with a normal fantasy race, I have to fixate on one of the obscure proprietary D&D ones.

    I missed posting yesterday, but I have drawings from then that I will scan when I'm back in Kingston with my scanner! Drawings from the ZOO.

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    Saturday's drawings, now I can scan them, from the ZOO. Since I was there with non-art people, I didn't have a huge amount of opportunities to stop and draw... it'd be great to go back at some point for a proper art day. Also I forgot all my pens except for the ballpoint I keep clipped to my sketchbook, so, uh, yeah.

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    And here's today's, some quick Drawing Script head gestures before bed. 90secs and 2mins. Very busy with non-art for the next few days; hopefully by the weekend I'll have something actually interesting to post again.

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