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Thread: Cows And Mechs. Oktober 16.!
June 14th, 2004 #1
Cows And Mechs. Oktober 16.!
Just made today...
Yeah i know... Too much white. Can't find a background. By the way i love the moon..
I actually did something on the computer...
This was just to big...
So was this one
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Enjoy. Critics and comments are most welcome.
This is just sketches. Gonna throw some finished ones in tomorrow.Train
Last edited by Kasper_P; October 15th, 2004 at 06:21 PM.
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Hey, I don't understand that grey picture, what are you trying to depict? it seems like a random scribble to me...
Also, you might want to resize your images, the one at the top is pretty big.
June 14th, 2004 #3
Look closesly... It's (supposed to be) a train.
June 14th, 2004 #4
Well they must be bad, since noone wants to comment...
June 14th, 2004 #5
Dude don't worry if you don't get many replies, just keep posting and they'll come. The train is cool, the rest are too cartoony for my taste. Resize them in photoshop so we can see them here, and make sure you keep drawing!
June 14th, 2004 #6
Oh I see Kasper, anyway, just keep posting, don't let the number of replies be your motivation, just do it for yourself.
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Thanks guys... Tomorrow is the big dump.
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When I take my glasses off, the two "scribbly" ones blur together to from some recognisable images. And my lenses are minus five. Scary but true.
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Posts just fly away...
June 16th, 2004 #13
Got a hosting site now... Just gonna "republish" them.
Not at alle finished, though i am proud of the hash-smokin guy. Sorry for the quality.
June 16th, 2004 #14
You should spend more time on your sketches and aim for realism instead of some sort of style. Learn all the proper techniques and THEN reinvent the wheel with a twist. And then, of course, draw, draw, draw from life/from ref. They're both very helpful, but drawing from life is just too good.
Keep drawing from life/ref until you can savor it. Grab some NatGeos and have a good time.
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June 16th, 2004 #16
Ok thanks Iconoclast and Van.. Theres probably gonna come more today..
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June 17th, 2004 #19
Thanks Van... No i need some practice in that. I need to re-program my scanner... With a very big hammer. :mad:
Gonna buy a new one..
June 18th, 2004 #20
From ref. Stone figure.
Just some rendering studies. Need some help on the anatomy thingys. Some references maybe?
For the Creatures thread... It isn't very good but i think it's a decent idea.
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June 24th, 2004 #24
Also very proud of this one...
Crits and Comment are most welcome
Last edited by Kasper_P; June 25th, 2004 at 06:15 AM.
June 25th, 2004 #25
I find anatomy very hard, but it must be done...
Crits and comments is most welcome
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June 25th, 2004 #27
Loomi's... Just like you said :chug:
June 25th, 2004 #28
With the anatomy studies, try loosening up a bit, at the moment they kind of feel a bit self-concious and the lines are 'hairy'. Draw without looking at the page so much and use flowing lines...
draw draw draw
June 28th, 2004 #29
Back from the big hack...
Probably gonna be some life-drawings tomorrow...
Crits and Comments is most welcome :thumbsup:
July 2nd, 2004 #30
Pen-frenzy... Somebody said that i should draw even if i should use a pen in a car... So i did...
Egg-Napoleon if you haven't noticed.
C&C are as always most welcome.