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March 28th, 2014 #1
Captain Hamburger's hamburgers
I'm self taught, and maybe with your critique I might be able to get some more direction.
My preferred tool is a pen, but sometimes I also dabble with pencils (big difference, I know), watercolors, and my girlfriend just bought me a nifty set of alcohol based markers which I wanna be able to use properly.
I'm far too busy to post daily since I work as a Software Consultant, but it's far better than nothing.
Some of the things I do I use references from anatomy books, others I draw from imagination, you can easily recognize which is which.
Without further ado, my scribbles:
Last edited by Captain Hamburger; May 11th, 2014 at 03:30 PM.
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Just practising. Not overcommitting to a drawing, so far they're just a means to an end.
Last edited by Captain Hamburger; May 11th, 2014 at 03:33 PM.
April 13th, 2014 #3
Some more stuff here, tried using the markers I got as a gift from my significant other. Could be (far) better, but it's a start.
Also, I lost my erasers, so there's a bunch of marks left over. And a temporarily ruined head in the body study.
Character design attempt (hand needs work)
May 11th, 2014 #4
I have been a very naughty boy. I haven't been posting or doing much work, the reason why being that I just moved to another continent. I'm now living in Canada, and I've come to find that all the stereotypes are true. Here are some things I've been doing in the meantime, some are master studies, the others are unfinished (Recently picked up charcoal and a wacom Bamboo).
May 12th, 2014 #5
Hey man and thanks for your reply! Thought I'm gonna look into your sketchbook, too and hey I like what I see. Just kinda starting out like me?
I really like that throat you did a few posts back and this environment thing, more of that!!
Interesting portrait in the first post as well did you just draw it on cardboard?
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