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    rikert's trash (i mean...art?)

    hi, i'm just a beginner, noob, novice, rookie artist. looking to get better, lacking in every department of art, so plenty to learn. Mostly do sketches of poses, monsters, characters, etc, so sorry if i don't post much finished stuff. Interested in most, if not all, kinds of art (except for photo-realistic, feels boring to me).

    here some recent sketches i did, and something old for just an example of something finished

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    I really like the flow of lines in the ballerina that you drew. Keep it up! I'll be watching you :-)

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    Post more characters like the last one...He is very nice.

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    Thank you Milou20 and Dessinateurimpulsif (maybe dess for short)

    Sorry i don't post very often, hopefully i can do it more

    here's something, i really enjoy going for line quality. I haven't worked on much finished work so sorry if it's rusty looking, also sorry for the symmetry of the legs (ick).



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    Awesome sketches going on here. I really love the monster sketches and how you practice different body proportions, Other than that I think you're on the right track.

    Take a break. Drink a coke. Get back to drawing.

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    Thank you M.Alfonso, i hope i'm on the right track

    colored. My shading could use some more work, as well as everything else

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    Nice and original post you got here Rikert, Love the characters, color and pose wise, all very experimental and new.

    Keep them coming!

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    Neat. So how do you get those super-clean curvy lines? A whole lot of trial and error, or are you erasing, or do you have an insanely steady hand, or what? Outside of doing vectors, I don't think I'd be able to do that.

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    Deceptive: thank you, i'll try to keep up the originality

    Diamandis: thank you as well, i'm not too sure about how i got my lines, definitely a lot of trial and error, but also a lot of messing around with settings and line types. I use Paint Tool SAI which is a really nice program when it comes to line quality.


    just doing some sack girl doodles to warm up. drawing women seems to help me draw men better....or maybe i just like drawing lady-like men hmmm....
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    Nice stuff man, I can see that you have alot of fun when you draw! Like your clean colors as well, but if you havent tried it, I would like to see you get just as playfull when you paint as you are when you draw. Try to paint without having a complete linedrawing to lay back on.

    anyways, keep the good stuff up mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilipO View Post
    Nice stuff man, I can see that you have alot of fun when you draw! Like your clean colors as well, but if you havent tried it, I would like to see you get just as playfull when you paint as you are when you draw. Try to paint without having a complete linedrawing to lay back on.

    anyways, keep the good stuff up mate!

    Thank you and alright, i kind of cheated or maybe lazied out by doing a slime-shy-guy-thing. I'll do another one
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    Beautiful line work. Keep posting!

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    Chevy: thank you, i'll try


    sorry, sorry, i really do need to stop just sketching girls and stuff and actually finish stuff more. Will get to work on that

    thorn idea

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    Really like your sketches and ideas - nice free movement and ideas. Your finished line work is really nice - really clean too - (jealous! ) Keep up the hard work and looking forward to more!

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    meticulous: thank you, sorry for the jealous


    doodles

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    Awesome distortion. MOAR.

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    I think every artist is moreover powerful in them own art department. You seems here that drawing is your hobby and I have seen here some drawings from you. These drawing seems truly amazing and it was of course a pleasure for me to watch your drawing.

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    wow! the last one is really cool! there is a lot of 3d and dynamic in these sketches!

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    RyanRyan: thank you, i'll try for moar

    Peterrsergen: wow some powerful words there, thank you.

    Gregorkari: thank you, i try for dynamic, need a lot more practice at it, and everything else



    quick doodles of costume designs. Should really flesh these out more

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    Very nice cartoon style, I like it a lot. Keep going :-)

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    Xiv: thanks, i'm not much of a realistic drawer so sorry if i don't do or upload more painting kind of things

    based off a beetle costume i did (picture above ^). was going for a brawler design.

    i'll switch to doing more dynamic stuff now, hopefully

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    oh goodness, the flowiness! Such an awesome start you're off to. And I feel ya, realism can be a bit boring sometimes! But I don't know, something tells me you would be rather good at if you ever decided to give it a try. ; ) Cant wait to see more~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rikert View Post
    RyanRyan: thank you, i'll try for moar

    Peterrsergen: wow some powerful words there, thank you.

    Gregorkari: thank you, i try for dynamic, need a lot more practice at it, and everything else






    quick doodles of costume designs. Should really flesh these out more

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    Rikert it was worth watching for me to see your some drawings there and these doodles also seems amazing and one thing I want to say here that is there any tool that you are using to draw this things.

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    Great start and welcome, keep practicing you'll get there!

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    Nice doodles as always Rikert

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    Omg , your style is amazing *_* It reminds me of disney ♥
    Keep on working, perhaps practice more anatomy stuff *_*

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    hi man, thanks for stopping by at my sb man, love that your characters have a lot of personality and the colors are really neat sharp and vivid. Man are you studing animation? or do you study mike mattesi?
    because at first glance i see your sketches and they totally sream that youre an animator, keep it up. Have you considered doing t shirt prints?

    this one would make a damn cool one, mr. dicken or whatever

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    Great work, love your shapes

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    Nice sketchbook - so much vibrancy in your drawings! Keep it up man.

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    DizzySun: Thank you, i probably will try more realistic stuff later

    Peterrsergen: thanks, i use Paint Tool SAI and a Genius Tablet i got off ebay for $80

    Samurai_Nik: thanks a lot, trying to hit high and miss and learn, rather than aiming low and hit it.

    BinaryDood: don't i know you from somewhere?

    rupuni: appreciate it, i definitely do need to work on anatomy, no doubt about that.

    0000: gracias, i did do animations before (lazy, bad Flash cartoons). Mike Mattesi is a HUGE inspiration and reminder for me to go see force, energy, and life within uhh...life. Burne Hogarth is also a HUGE inspiration, i guess those 2 are sort of my teachers. T-shirt designs would be cool, always wanted to give it a try, in the future i probably will, thanks again.

    Veshkau: much obliged

    Vezarez: danke



    Thanks for all the positive replies, really nice to know i'm doing something right. BUT seriously i don't mind some critique or suggestions on what i could do better, i'm certainly no professional or even at art school freshman level, though i don't usually post finished work, so that might be my fault.

    Sorry for being dead...eh who cares

    Anyways, i'm getting back into reading art books more (Andrew Loomis: Figure Drawing and Burne Hogarth: Dynamic Figure Drawing at the moment) any suggestions for book?

    Also, I'm having a bit of Art Block at the moment. i usually just try to draw it off, but i'm also feeling drained of energy (maybe health problem?) What do you (anyone who responds) when you feel block and/or drained? thanks

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