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    Just some creative overall not so good stuff

    You might not like them all cuz there seems to be an anti-anime movement at conceptart.

    Just some creative overall not so good stuff

    Just some creative overall not so good stuff

    Just some creative overall not so good stuff

    Just some creative overall not so good stuff

    Just some creative overall not so good stuff

    Just some creative overall not so good stuff

    Just some creative overall not so good stuff

    Just some creative overall not so good stuff

    Just some creative overall not so good stuff

    Just some creative overall not so good stuff

    Just some creative overall not so good stuff

    :realmad:


    C&C please! I'm still working on anatomy.

    Last edited by Pesmerga; July 22nd, 2004 at 09:59 PM.
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    they just dont like it because a lot of people use the style but really have no business using it. it just doesnt work, i guess..i gotta agree with them though! :hh:

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    I see...

    Wait, no I don't :help:

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    I don't think people here are necessarily anti-anime, it's just that a lot of young people start drawing in an anime style and never take the time to learn proper anatomy. So later on down the line when they show work and ask for help it's difficult to give a good crit because everything that's wrong seems to be the basic anatomy and proportion, so all you can really do to fix those things would be draw from life and study anatomy... And it happens all the time so I think people get rather annoyed.
    Even if all you want to do is draw anime it's still a good idea to study the basics and not just jump into mimicking what you see.

    There is a crack, a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in...
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    I like the ones without the Giant Type Titles much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell
    I like the ones without the Giant Type Titles much better.
    Why is that?

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    :rofl:
    Look at your post and tell me what stands out the most.
    The big text is distracting, it grabs your attention away from everything else.

    There is a crack, a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in...
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    im not anti anime because it can be done well with a solid knowledge of anatomy and shading...look at vampire hunter d, princess mononake, spirited away, etc...all done very well and the anatomy is very convincing.

    i would crit by saying lose the text..
    also dont start off drawing so dark. those outlines are a bit harsh. if you look at alot of the pros sketches you will usually see they start off loose and light with their pencil and then detail and start darkening it up. work on your anatomy...from life if possible. study anatomy books to learn where all the muscles are correctly placed. if your serious about art and it is truly your passion like many here then draw draw draw. always have a sketchbook with you to draw...even a small one. i know alot of people on this forum (including myself) that draw up to 8 hours or more a day. justin (el coro) only stops drawing to sleep or possibly take a dump...but he probably sketches while on the crapper. you have to love it man. its the only way to get respect and become a great artist. hope this helps. keep drawing

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    justin (el coro) only stops drawing to sleep or possibly take a dump...but he probably sketches while on the crapper.
    And to think I've been wasting that time reading! :doh:

    There is a crack, a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crunch
    im not anti anime because it can be done well with a solid knowledge of anatomy and shading...look at vampire hunter d, princess mononake, spirited away, etc...all done very well and the anatomy is very convincing.

    i would crit by saying lose the text..
    also dont start off drawing so dark. those outlines are a bit harsh. if you look at alot of the pros sketches you will usually see they start off loose and light with their pencil and then detail and start darkening it up. work on your anatomy...from life if possible. study anatomy books to learn where all the muscles are correctly placed. if your serious about art and it is truly your passion like many here then draw draw draw. always have a sketchbook with you to draw...even a small one. i know alot of people on this forum (including myself) that draw up to 8 hours or more a day. justin (el coro) only stops drawing to sleep or possibly take a dump...but he probably sketches while on the crapper. you have to love it man. its the only way to get respect and become a great artist. hope this helps. keep drawing
    It's lighter in reality. I reduced the Gamma with Microsoft Photo Editor.

    Thanks I'll keep that in mind.

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    Here's the thing: I started typing because I used to handwrite their names instead. Some people told me my writing was terrible... so, there!

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