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July 23rd, 2012 #1
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July 24th, 2012 #2
Impressive book so far. Really digging those lips. Keep these coming!!!!!!!
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i love Indiana Jones portrait.
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August 1st, 2012 #7
M.E.D. Pack .1
Going to start doing something I call M.E.D. Packs (multi eccentric drawing packets...er, something like that). Stupid, I know. They are inspired by Salaryman's (a lot better) Fugu sketches.
These drawings consist of studies (w/ref) and random doodles from imagination. Some were originally traditional drawings, others purely digital (all were however turned digital except for two inks). I would like to do one of these packs about every 1-3 weeks. See if that happens.
Would have liked all the drawings to have the same quality of line work, but too tired to do that. Might do so later.
Hope this is entertaining to look at.
August 1st, 2012 #8
good stuff. i would explore artists that share line work/quality that you would be interested in matching. right now your pieces are very outlined and don's have any subtly.
I assume you have a wacom? right now your outlines are overly opacity causing a very stiff feeling.
(this message has been writen while listening to loud metal and tequila).
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August 1st, 2012 #9
You're right, they do seem a little flat and I need to attempt at varying the line quality (like having thicker lines in the foreground and lighter towards the back, lines gradating into the figure, and so forth). I was thinking maybe trying a different program that I own for doing line work (I think it's called sketch book pro?).
Thanks for the constructive crit. I appreciate it and the visit. I will take your advice and try to improve my line work in the next batch of drawings/sketches.
(I unfortunately have no music playing nor tequila.)
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August 20th, 2012 #13
I Like the last figures. Hope your still around!