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June 1st, 2004 #1
Namir's virgin Sketchbook: First posts
I guarantee I won't be posting daily. But hopefully this thread'll give me a kick in the drawing ass!
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interesting to see the dawn of what promises to be a great sketchbook. now for some crits:
knight guard: interesting linework, seems very spontanious (for lack of a better word) yet very clean as well... might this be a inked version of a pencil sketch? the head&shoulders part has good contrast, which i'm missing in the rest of the drawing. also maybe a funky fold in the cape on the viewers left shoulder. cool ornaments tho
necroalien: very cool design! would love to see this one finished, the folds of the cape would make a nice challenge to paint.
cowboy: sweet ass pose and paintstyle.. but you gotta change that background
oh and where's his eye?
head studies: lovely, you sure got skills. they turn out a bot on the dark side, but that's prolly just my monitor.
thumbs up, now post more
June 2nd, 2004 #3
Thanks for the crits and compliments Hyver.
The Knight guard was done in painter, I just used a small airbrush for the outline. I see what u mean about the funky cape on the left side, not sure what happened there. I have a really bad attention span so my drawings always have more detail where I started first. Which is why there's strong contrast near the head and shoulders but nowhere else.
The cowboys BG isn't finished, fact I haven't worked on it at all. The eyes were supposed to be in shadow, but there probably isn't enough contrast.
So here's something I did today. Two versions, one with highlights, one without. Not sure which one I like better.
June 2nd, 2004 #4
Dig that cowboy Namir - I think the contrast is fine.
Waiting for more.
June 2nd, 2004 #5
diggin your drawings and paintings--fresh fresh fresh
got any more finished stuff we could see?
available for freelance
June 9th, 2004 #6
Sorry for the late reply, My comp crapped out on me. Thanks for the compliments nadim and tyboogie.
Below, more recent stuff, both aren't really finished. But thought i'd post them anyway .
June 10th, 2004 #7
Yeah man, these are looking good. Especially blue face fella. That picture wouldn't look out of place as the cover of some trashy 1960s crime novel. That's meant to be a compliment btw.
June 10th, 2004 #8
Excellent work! I like your colored work best, your strokes make it look very solid.
Keep up the good work!
June 10th, 2004 #9
Got my scanner hooked up and a brand spanking new sketchbook. It's not much but its what I have so far.
Thanks for the comments guys
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Interesting work pal. I like the second one the most.. the big glob guy in a cape like outfit. Lets see more - ry
July 1st, 2004 #11
Haven't posted in a while, haven't painted or drawn in longer, feel like I forgot a few things. Ah well, new sketches.
July 3rd, 2004 #12
I seem to be doing a lot of torsos lately
July 3rd, 2004 #13
July 11th, 2004 #14
Hey Killing thanks for the words. Sorry for the week old reply I was in sunny commie Cuba.
Last edited by Namir; July 11th, 2004 at 10:18 PM.
July 12th, 2004 #15
Something quick and dirty.
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