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December 1st, 2011 #1
Hunchdebunch Furiously Tries To Improve
I'm basically restarting this sketchbook, it barely had anything on it and I abandoned it for over a year! I'll keep a fairly recent image on this front page
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberDecember 3rd, 2011 #2
What is the bad idea avout the slicing machine?
It´s cute, sweet and you can watch it day and night.
Ah, and good start here on concept art. I can´t give you artistic criticism but as a viewer I find you shadowing in the last one a bit disturbing. It doesn´t melt in with the painting and makes it look kind of "dirty". (Limited English)
In your third post (wolves) it looked better.
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December 3rd, 2011 #3
June 30th, 2012 #4
Good start here. As for critiques, I'd say focus much more on the basics and construction to help you achieve results in regards to drawing figures. The more comfortable you are with the basics, the better, faster, and easier figure drawing will be. Keep it going!
August 18th, 2014 #5
Ok I haven't been on here in ages and ages, but I recently graduated from university! I've realised that I actually have a strong interest in concept art for films and games, as well as making my comics, and so I came back
Here's some recent work:
August 19th, 2014 #6
Last night I decided that I'm going to work way harder on improving my art, and I'm going to make sure I draw everyday.
Here's a self portrait I did last night to practice getting the lighting/tones right. It turned out a little more stylized than I intended, and I look about 12 haha, but I was mostly just practicing the shading so I wasn't too concerned by that since I have done more accurate self portraits in the past and already know I can draw myself I'm also pretty new to digital painting, so it's interesting trying out different settings and stuff, seeing what works best.
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Hi good start to sketch book I like the designs you got going on the Grub and fleets pictures , you say your new to digital painting a site that might be worth check out is CTRLpaint it's got some nice free tutorials on the basics of using photoshop and painting in photoshop ,
all so its up to you of course but I found spending a hour or two reading through the sketchbooks on here really helpful to see what kind of studies/practice people where doing and get inspired and learn few things about how to improve only a suggestion of course!
Keep up the good work and keep posting !
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August 19th, 2014 #8
Thanks, jimid! I'll check out CTRLpaint, and I'll take a closer look at other peoples' learning processes in their sketchbooks too
Here are a few paintings from today, one copied from a Mass Effect screencap, a quick sketch of a sphere, and one copied from a photo.
August 21st, 2014 #9
Good effort in the studies and I really like the self portrait! Just some parts look greenish and it kinda throws the whole grey scale thing off. Hope you don't stop updating!
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August 21st, 2014 #10
Thanks, Uyeno! I'm not sure what you mean about the self portrait looking greenish, it may be an issue with my computer monitor, perhaps?
I was out today so I didn't have so much time to draw, but here's a quick painting I did based on a Skyrim screencap
August 22nd, 2014 #11
Here's a bunch of traditional sketches from the past few days that I finally scanned
August 24th, 2014 #12
I'm practicing digital painting, so I decided to try painting Morrigan from Dragon Age. It's not finished yet though.
August 24th, 2014 #13
I decided to do a digital painting of a character from my comic I don't know whether it's finished yet though haha
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