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September 1st, 2004 #1
zraM I am; New SKETCH added [7-28-06]
I've hunted throught the daily sketchbooks section checking out all the work you have all done. I really like how you also use the sketchbook section as a kind of showcase of your work. If I want to start taking part more in this forum then I'll have to have something similar, well why don't I just do the same as everyone else... maybe It'll even get me sketching more, or at least scanning more of it? anyway here's my first batch
More to come; if you want I'll add it sooner rather then later...
EDIT reconnected most of these as I've changed web hosts... I'll update these again when I switch to my own dot com
Last edited by Zram; September 19th, 2006 at 10:43 AM. Reason: update 7-28-06
Hide this ad by registering as a memberSeptember 4th, 2004 #2
do more. you said there is more to come and i am watching! look at the face!
November 2nd, 2004 #3
Ok, I know you've been holding your breath, so here you can start breathing now... for a while any way I'll try and make my next up date a little sooner then this one.
Here is my Thunder dome 7 sketches...
Here are some skribbly cartoons
some post it notes
Something I never finished for the Illustration excercises...
and a fav character...
I hope you all like them sketches... and feel free to tell me what you think.
Last edited by Zram; April 27th, 2005 at 05:13 PM.
November 11th, 2004 #4
Here is another one that I coloured up with ps7...new method I think I like it. I don't know if I should fiddle with it more or just call it finished...
Last edited by Zram; April 27th, 2005 at 05:06 PM.
November 11th, 2004 #5
dude you have the foundations to be a great artist. yet your work is unbalanced you need to practice, firgure drawing and study stuff. i to like cartoons, i study the artist. look at some of jeff matsuda's work. post more!
"Aku Soku Zan" - Hajime Saito
My book of Ubergoodness
April 27th, 2005 #6
April 27th, 2005 #7
I fixed most of the broken links, I need to go and find some of the missing jpgs, they must be on my home pc... somewhere. Any way here are some more...
from one of the drawing jams here...
and here's another oldie...
Well that's it for now, I'll work on some more and try to scan this weekend.
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Just wondering, but have you ever checked out http://www.saveloomis.org ? It suggest you do if you haven't. Off to a good start, certainly. I would suggest you practice drawing/rendering simple objects like boxes and cylinders etc. more. It's surprising how many artists skip this step altogether, even I did. I hope to see more from you soon, good luck.
May 2nd, 2005 #12
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September 22nd, 2005 #14
Hi everyone, thanks for the support. I've been having trouble getting connected to conceptart.org... I don't what's been going on I keep getting dns errors... but it looks like its ok now. Its been 2 days and I've been able to connect. So, here's a little update.
I've been reading some good books on art/illustration/drawing hopefully they will help kickstart my drawing drive. I just need to make some time, I've got a big day job project do next at the end of the month and that will eat most of my time for the next week, but I still want to do some sketching.
Be back soon,
July 28th, 2006 #15
HI gang; I've just.... oh damn it. Just look. I've been crazy @ home... I wanted to try and jump into the last COW, but I couldn't get the colour down... it all looked like ass. I need to practice more with the wacom colouring stuff, but I've only used it for like 3 hours in the last 6 months... (suck I know.)
BUT I can still whip that pencil a little. Here is the COW sketch.
I'll try and do more sketching/drawings to get this sketchbook thread on track again, not to mention myself! I may give the CHOW a try and see what cyan comes out.
August 7th, 2006 #16
Ok, here is another something...
thanks for looking
September 19th, 2006 #17
It's been to long since I last did anything in my sketch book, but I managed something the other day... her's my daughters cat.