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    thx Crazy Pills ya im starting to notice how weak i am at perspective and trying to make up for it, and definately gotta get that underlying structure down first.
    almost done with teen challenge, gonna repost when I feel its good enough

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    heres some quick sketches of figures from imagination, makes me want to do more gesture and anatomy drawings and come back and do more of these.

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    heres some perspective practice

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    heres some gestures

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    Last edited by blazingdimensions; April 10th, 2012 at 04:52 PM.
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    heres some more gestures.. lost like 50 of em cause program crashed.

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    heres a quick figure study(about an hour) didnt really focus on his face much thats why that part is pretty basic

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    Last edited by blazingdimensions; March 4th, 2012 at 02:03 AM.
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    off to a great start, blazingdimensions. You're studying all the great things, anatomy, perspective, form, light, so just keep at it!

    p.s., feel free to stop by my SB sometime and check it out whenever.

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    thx MrFrenik and I will

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    I also really like the sculpting program you've used. Free, eh? I've used zbrush in the past, but it's fairly expensive, so I'll have to give the other a look.

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    ya its called Sculptris and its a free lower version of Zbrush- just type the name on google

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    I used google sketchup for the first time, and its pretty easy and fun to use, painted over two quick models in gimp

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    cleaned this up just a lil bit

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    heres some sketches of ideas

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    a quick sketchup model made from drawing idea

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    about done with this, dang shoulda seperated vanishing points more(or atleast the right one) didnt realize how distorted the picture came with both inside picture plane, oh well ill remember that next time I use perspective. hey atleast I learned something from it thats always good, make mistakes and learn thats the way it goes anyways.

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    been working on this masters study and lost 2 hours of work because gimp crashed, guess ill have to go over it again, too bad though. probably not gonna be done for a while - wanna get all the little details. atleast im learning though

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    hmm working on preparing for college, wondering if I should go to a community college first then transfer to an art university or I wonder if self study and community classes would work, hopefully itll turn out for the better

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    heres a beginning attempt at something, used guy from masters study as ref for colors and such

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    Hey man, I find perspective a pain in the a**. But one thing that helps is studying pictures and analyzing and observing the main lines and the different vanishing points. I know it sounds obvious, but when I stop drawing and think for a while, it actually helps.

    Be careful with that last painting, he looks flat and the anatomy looks awkward. Search some torso pics and compare them to your painting. Also, maybe you could show us your initial sketch?

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    hey Adranior, ya i tried to attempt putting him in perspective but I can tell he looks a bit off and wasnt sure how to pinpoint exactly HOW to make it better, probably just need to study more, and ya gonna get some reference torsos to help me out, thx for the advice man. hmm I should do some Torso studies soon.

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    worked on it some more, hopefully starting to look a lil better, learning experience tho, definately wanna work on my torsos some more, maybe do some torso studies in different positions. and also practice drawing people in perspective too. btw Adrianor your critique really helped me out-thx again you pinpointed the thing I was trying to find wrong with it, idk why but I made him look more flat and stretched like a piece of paper, wanna really build mass in 3 dimensions , hopefully practicing and studying will help. hmm should make his right shoulder higher.. reference really does help, sticking to just your imagination when you dont have the experience and knowledge of how different things work doesnt improve the quality of your work.

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    heres some quick torso studies from today: my scanners kinda crappy btw, itll catch something really perfectly one moment then capture it not at all or really dark, definately wanna get a better one sometime.

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    heres some more drawings and quick studies, and some drawings of existing Ancients(in WoW) because I want to design my own for the fun of it.Also a blah digital sketch from last year.

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    heres some random doodles and an observation digital sketch from last year (2011).

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    Last edited by blazingdimensions; March 6th, 2012 at 07:56 PM.
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    Nice studies! And don't forget to draw some other body parts as well. Reminds me that I should do some myself, been slacking lately

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    thx Adrianor, ya definately gotta do that,want to get a visual memory of different isolated sections of the body overtime so i can construct people better.Heres a beginning sketch of an idea of an epic roman battle scene

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    some doodlings of the same idea while at school today:

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    more perspective and anatomy studies to come

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    heres a quick sketch of an idea, messed up a bit on proportions among other things of course... hmm i guess hes an alien punk warrior that levitates with a roman influence or something random of that sort. just noticed he's leaning a bit far back, gotta work on balance- guess it works if hes moving backwards while shooting though. I want to do more fluid posing and "alive" figures, instead of rigid ones, guess that takes time and more gestures will help.

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    Ha! I once tried to do an "epic" scene but...yeah you guessed it, couldn't handle it, it was too much for me. Let's see yours finished!
    And yes, gestures will help. This page may help you: http://www.posespace.com/default.aspx

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