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    I reworked this a little bit based on the crit GEB left a while ago. Not sure if I made it any better?

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    I really like these two last images. Nice colors and light. It’s fun to see how you’re working whit the brushstrokes.
    The gesture drawing before is great. I wish I could be that good too.
    Keep it up!

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    Greenhouse - Thanks a lot! Gesture drawing just takes a whole lot of practice, takes a while before you start to get into the flow of it.


    Speaking of, here's some more of those gestures. Pixelovely, 60s. Wasn't really feeling it today.

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    Thinking of doing this week's CHoW. Some very early silhouette scribbles.

    Let's be honest, guys, I have NO BUSINESS designing a dragon. That last one is legitimately just a lizard with wings on it.

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    Thanks for doing that process animation. Really helpful!
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    Check it out and help me get better.

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    Great stroke economy studies! Gotta do some of them myself haha ! Thanks!

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    Hayden Zammit - You're welcome, I'll try to do another next time I do one of those studies, since that was kind of a weird one.

    Nerferinn - Thanks a lot!

    Busy day, some more early CHoW thoughts, still haven't even posted in the real thread yet. After tomorrow I should be able to put some actual time into this.

    FUN FACT the last two dudes in the line are ink and marker rather than digital, and I'm a little amused how well they hide with the rest.

    FUN FACT TWO I'm starting to notice just how often I default to long coats and high boots in character design.

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    Nice studies! How you get the resemblance and the whole scene sketched out in under an hour like that is beyond me. You have a nice way of using strokes and colours altogether. Keep the daily stuff up.

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    Kweckduck - Thank you! It's not too hard to do a study like this quickly if you're not aiming for perfect, 100% accuracy; they're more about the colours than anything, and certainly the proportions could be better. Plus, they're usually pretty simple caps. *cough*


    So apparently I'm in Lord of the Rings mode now? I made a process animation again too!

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    I went to lifedrawing tonight! I'm starting to realize I've been working digitally so much I am LOSING THE ABILITY TO DRAW WITH A PENCIL. I'm a little concerned, guys.

    The only drawing I really liked was this one portrait, so I spent some time painting up the original 15 minute pencil drawing into this. The likeness is probably awful at this point, but it was fun.

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    Character sheet for CHoW. Not sure if I'm going to actually make it to final considering I still don't have a proper dragon design and haven't yet started on the actual picture, but eh, it's fun.

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    Not bad! I just think that you should draw from life instead of making photo or movie studies.

    cheers

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    merl1n - You are 100% right. My excuse for not doing more proper life drawing is literally the only one I've been able to find locally only runs once a month, but that's no excuse for not doing coffee shop sketches, still lifes and so forth. Been meaning to drag my stuff out to the lake when the weather's nicer...



    Anyhow, thinking I'm probably not gonna get CHoW done this week. Not so good a day today. Here's another one of the drawings from that lifedrawing session (originally 15? 20? minutes in pencil) painted up from memory and imagination.

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    Something's seriously wrong with that far arm, but I could neither recall what was actually going on there, nor make up a solution that didn't break her hands, so I just, uh, left it.

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    wow! these are wonderful! just went through your whole sketchbook, and good god, I'm amazed your art is a dream! keep it up!

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    Cheezah - Thank you so much! =D


    A little bit of D&D noodling again; I just have a lot of feelings about made-up people. Also, I feel like I don't draw from imagination enough anymore, which is... weird? I think it's weird.

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    Still feeling a little guilty about the fact there's no way I'll make the CHoW deadline now, OH WELL.

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