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    mathletic sketches

    I'm not sure I've ever finished a painting, so I guess everything here can be counted as a sketch or work in progress.

    I've spent far too long not drawing or painting regularly, so decided now is finally the time to start a constant sketch book, and kick my own ass into gear and hopefully improve.

    Any feedback and crit greatly appreciated : ) It seems I like octopi and space helmets at the moment : / More to come...

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    O____o great start
    XD and I like space helmets too! Please keep it up x3

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    @LadyAtuna: Bitte sehr, thanks for taking a look : )

    quick anatomy/space helm fun

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    painting based on one of the above scans, hopefully get this completed this week

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    That is one angry looking octopus. Looks good!

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    AquilaAscendent Thanks man. Yea, I dont think he likes being hugged : /

    Now another angry animal.. i hope to paint this up soon:

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    Some fiddling and progress in the construction on the undersea pic, added the other hands on the humans, come colour to the kangaroo, and a digital sketch from ref.

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    yea, a naked lady construction drawing, shall be trying to nail some skin tones later :

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    skin tones coming along

    some skin tones on that construction drawing

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    Bit more progress. Face isn't too great : /

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    Great start! Love how the poses you draw are so natural and not stiff.

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    akkibox - thanks, some are from ref (like these) and some are from my head.

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    tightening up:

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    Smoothing out, adjusting some of the tones/chroma. And another un-related sketch

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    Tightening up this ealier sketch, trying to get a solid greyscale image.

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    awesome sketchbook- i can see that you're very good at values and construction of characters and stuff, great work and all =) you should come by my sketchbook and check it out too. btw i think it could look cool if you put some sort of highlight on the kangaroos goggles in clase they're plastic or glass- just a random thot.

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    im going to sort of agree with @blazingdimensions, you have some nice proportions and structure, however im not sure your values are reading convincingly. so i would suggest more value studies, i can see your doing the female study which is good, but even still life and just studying well...enything is good for that.

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    dog-faced: Thanks for taking a look. Yea agreed, totally need to firm up all of my core drawing and values....
    ...and colours theory.,and brush economy, and design, and composition
    blazingdimensions:Hi, yea, nothing here is finished, I'll happily go hi-lite crazy on the kangaroo once he's more complete : ) Thanks for looking boss.

    And now, some skulls studies... probably try a grey- scale of one of these:

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    thx for droppin by =) im liking the skull studies good job with the proportions and such

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    More, slow progress in filling in these values:

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    no studies : / just some bits from work... meant to be kinda of tents/areas in a game we're making..not my brief

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    Found these paintings from earlier this year, maybe February, I'm sure the anatomy is shot in all of them, no solid form beneath, or detailed muscle forms. The start of the octopus trend : )

    (edit: add pic)

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    skull value study, as you can tell:

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    quick photo ref study, just getting skin tones in, really want to concentrate on those blue/purple reflect lights in the shadows.

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    Great sketches! Haha, I really like the octopuses!

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    zryanartThanks for looking at the Octopis : )

    Some tightening up on the photo study, and a few scans of pen sketch doodle stuff, non ref.

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    Values again, blurry sketch to something a bit more firm, and a balance/form type quick study. Sketch in, one pass of shade, one of light.

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    the bunneh and the naked woman sketch are killers!

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    DariusDs Bună, thanks for looking, yea, I want to do more of that kangaroo/bunneh guy when I've done a few more studies.

    now...skin tone sketch..and some ears, trying to pay attention to brush economy :

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    Arm studies, some from Bridgeman

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