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June 16th, 2012 #1
Quetz's digital/traditional sketchbook
Well here goes nothing...
First off, I tend to have a simplistic and cartoony style whenever I draw something, but I'm also not afraid to try out other styles out there. I'll be posting my "experiments" here from time to time as well as my regular works in progresses.
And second, my choice in tools when creating my digital pieces is rather unconventional since they're all done in Flash using the "line tool" like 90% of the time. I'm not sure whether that's a bad habit or not, but I seem to get by using just those things.
And now on to the meat and potatoes. I've been recently trying to work on spotting my blacks, so I used Link here to test out my progress. Any pointers would be appreciated.
June 16th, 2012 #2
Here's one of my recent drawings on DA minus background. Again, I mostly just used the line tool in Flash to get this done. I try to create more stylized facial expressions as well as improve my anatomy (although stylized) and foreshortening than in the past.
June 16th, 2012 #3
Holy crap, your work is incredibly clean! And you're clearly pretty imaginative. Keep it up, experimenting is good.
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June 16th, 2012 #4
Thanks alot. As you can tell, I'm pretty new here but all of my other stuff is on my DA profile. Right now though, I'm eyeing one of those bamboo tablets (a Bamboo Create to be exact) so I can start experimenting with digital painting.
June 21st, 2012 #5
So this here is my attempt at a neck study. I just woke up one day and felt like drawing necks right out of the blue and I don't know why. Anyway, I decided to go all out on the basic technical details so I can better understand the mechanics of the neck.