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September 21st, 2004 #1
Ok, I had been meaning to do this since the Workshop in Austin, but... well I was still timid and have honestly been busy with work (damn computers ). This is the first time I have ever posted any 'artwork' anywhere, but I guess I have to start somewhere.
This one was done with a mouse. I thought it had good proportions:
This is an early version of a character I've been thinking about modeled after my daughter:
A "Feng"ish ship:
Anyways, there it is. I hope I can keep adding to this. I also got a new scanner recently so I have the option to add some of my hand drawn stuff too. I realize there is not much here, but any comments would be more than welcome.
Last edited by Chuck; March 7th, 2005 at 05:53 PM.
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sweet chuck cant wait to see more mate !
September 21st, 2004 #3
Good work on the anatomy studies. Do more of 'em.. They're incredibly important!
I'm diggin' on the little girl with the teddybear! It's got like a more refined "Lenore" look.. Very cool!
Keep 'em coming!
September 21st, 2004 #4
Very nice, cant wait to see more!
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September 21st, 2004 #5
CHUCK!!!! I shocked at how natural your skecthing looks, considering you've just started messin' with Painter. The first one and the forth one have a great flow. Keep sketching and stretching and posting. I'm proud of you buddy!
March 4th, 2005 #6
Well I have not updated this for a loooooooooooong time.
I did want to thank everyone for the comments the first time around. These are kind of boring, but I've gotten back into drawing more recently and I have a few more decent ones I'm going to put up soon. This is just to get me motivated.
The drawings are older things I did in a life-drawing class a while back. The ball was just a still life kind of study thing I did. Mainly just practicing painting in Photoshop, but also because I have done dreadfully few of these. Got to keep trying though.
Last edited by Chuck; April 12th, 2005 at 12:53 PM.
July 22nd, 2005 #7
A few more limps in my ever painful struggle with art...
I'm still having trouble with this "face" thing. I've really gotten to the point that I think this is the most important thing for me to work on right now. I'm just having a lot of trouble really getting anywhere. If anyone has any face/expression drawing tips, I'd be greatly appreciative!
July 22nd, 2005 #8
you're not doing that bad, mate. i would recommend doing more full figure studies so you can start working out the proportions and relationships more. right now looking good though, very loose and confident w/ your anatomy sketches.
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August 18th, 2005 #9
A few more faces...
Here's a few more... Still working on faces when I can. I'm going to try to do some more full body stuff next time.
August 18th, 2005 #10
That's a cool hand study my friend