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    Sketching Is For...

    ME! Well, this sketchbook is for my sketches at least.

    To kick it off, we have a 15 min sketch which will be developed into a full digital painting of a groovy space lady. So today, sketching is for...
    SPACE!


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    Welcome to CA.org! That sketch is really cool i think!

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    seems like a very fluid picture, i hope something as intricate as space mashes well with something as fluid as music and a curvacious babe
    goodluck- and welcome to c.a

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    Quote Originally Posted by David.W View Post
    Welcome to CA.org! That sketch is really cool i think!
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    seems like a very fluid picture, i hope something as intricate as space mashes well with something as fluid as music and a curvacious babe
    goodluck- and welcome to c.a
    Thank you! Glad to be here as well, in the hopes of getting better.

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    Lumpy

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    Bored people!

    Well, not really, but here's a 20 min sketch of a bored teenager. I think he want noodles.

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    I really like your colors, but for that second drawing could have used a more fitting background color. (What you had is too bright)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DennisH-Art View Post
    Yaaay! =D
    Yay, times two! But hey, Y U NO IN SCHOOL TODAY? Boo.

    Quote Originally Posted by FightingSeraph View Post
    I really like your colors, but for that second drawing could have used a more fitting background color. (What you had is too bright)
    Oh, I didn't notice. Thanks for the tip! I'll keep that in mind for the next one.

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    Sketching is for...

    STARS. Lots of twinkling, wrist-hurting stars. At least the basic background is done now. Just putting out all those stars and trying different formations, colours, shades and such took roughly 2 hours, so that's all I had time for tonight.
    Yes, I did every little dot with the basic pen tool in SAI. I'll just go and pretend it was worth not using a custom star brush...

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    Sketching is for...

    School! At least for something to do in school, when you have some free time. So here's two sketches (well, the first's more like an actual drawing now) I did today. The first were inspired by a song, "Where the Rubber Meets The Road" by Meat Loaf. I've been wanting to try out doing monochromatic art and so I gave it a shot.
    The second one, the gnome warrior inspired by me being told to do something fantasy-related, were made on my graphics teachers new toy, a Cintiq he brought with him. I think it's a Cintiq at least. It's one of those fancy tablets where the computer screen shows up on the tablet's drawing space.
    It was fun.
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    Sketching Is For...

    Winter! Wheehee! So here's to a (belated) merry Winter Solstice. Hope you had a good one

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    you have interesting work here

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    Rockin'!
    I felt nostalgic and put on some Guns & Roses. Then this happened. Took about 1 - 1½ hours do do, in SAI.
    So here's the first nude art! Well, my space girl don't have any clothes, but nothing is really visible on her... yet.
    But here you have a random air guitar jammin' woman with nothing but a bath towel on. She probably stepped out of the shower hours ago but haven't put on anything yet. It's what I usually do

    (I recommend listening to "Welcome to the Jungle" while eye-ing this, 'cus that's what I had on repeat for about 25 min )

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    Really like the illustrative pieces here. I like the clean linework and simple colors - keep posting!
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    Sketching Is For...

    Roleplaying! As in, this is a drawing of one of my RP characters, Sparv (= Sparrow) which is a seamstress that can shapeshift into a Great Egret, hence the wings. Mid-transformation perhaps, with a symbolic crown to represent her lost nobility.
    Sounds corny perhaps, but it has to do with her lineage and the story of the game. She was born a noble, but lost her memories, family and home when her uncle set fire to her family's mansion. She was saved by her appointed knight, Sir Baltazar, and taken to a monastery where she grew up together with other children (who became her best friends). She found out just recently about her past in a letter Baltazar left behind, after he died while protecting the monastery from bandits.
    Nowadays she's just trying to leave all that behind her by adventuring 'round the continent with her childhood friends. But still, she bears a grudge against all nobles and their treacherous lives, while secretly plotting her uncle's demise.
    Whew! Typed more than expected... Anyhow, here's some art. Mostly did this to practice with my markers. Didn't go all too well but whatever. I can only get better now.

    (Scanner no likey markeys )
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