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    Taking a break from comic pages to work on some digital painting. This is the first time I've tried to do stylised characters sans lineart. I'm having fun experimenting with it, but as always, I'm having trouble keeping my tablet installed. Because it keeps uninstalling itself, the work gets to be pretty tedious. I'm constantly having to reinstall the drivers.

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    I didn't get much done on this today because I had work, but I worked a little on the other character's face and skintone. I think facial features are one of the more challenging parts of this no-lines painting style.

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    Hello! Thank you for your support with my sketchbook, I thought I'd return the favor. I've actually been here a few times, browsing as I went, but I never made a comment.(Until now)

    So I see that quite a few people are saying to work on your anatomy studies, which is very very important. I noticed that at the beginning of your sketchbook you had been doing colour pencil sketches. I've found that this works on the go or travel, and in addition to the coloured pencils sketches, I've found drawing over top of the light sketch with dark pen works even better! This way you can have the base that you drew with what you saw at first, and then get to work on finalizing the drawing with the pen, to fix any errors you didn't catch in the beginning. Double the experience points. This might have been obvious to you, I don't really know... But it is important to take time before drawing to study what sorts of geometric shapes your subject is made out of. It helps your eyes digest what's in front of you.

    Onto your colouring. I enjoy your environments quite alot. They have nice perspective, which I see a bit in your sketches. I'm hoping you'll continue to do this with your characters to help bring them to life and make your graphic novel dream come true! I can't say much about getting better because I am still experimenting and am a beginner, but I hope what I have said will be of some aid to you! Good luck and keep up the anatomical works, but don't forget to have fun with other types of art to keep it from getting stale. I'll be watching you for the future

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    Great gesture studies! Keep going I'm sure you'll be able to draw those graphic novels if you practice everyday!

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    The site was down for so long! I'm so glad it's up again.

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    Almost forgot this one. I really need to work on organic environments.

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    More sketches.

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    character sketches, practice drawings.

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    Stuff I didn't get to post last week while CA was down.

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    A little painting I did from stock. 'beinspyred' is the stock account. Not used to painting and blending with photoshop. I usually use Sai, but I want to be as versatile as possible.

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    cat sketch

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    more practice

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    sketches for my ongoing hp doujin

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