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October 10th, 2004 #1
Okay, this is probably going to be documentary style sketches for the most part, with some concept pages thrown in for good measure. Basically, I'm not at all happy with where my skills are because they seem limited to solely characters, so I'm working on everything ELSE for now. Also, I can draw way better when I draw out of my head than when I draw from life, which isn't necessarily bad, but it seems like they should at least be on par, so I'm working on my observational-drawing skills. Environments, animals etc. So this is me practicing. Drawing from life, from photos, from my head, whatever I can. So, that said, shall we continue the tour?
These next two are out of my head using shapes or ideas I found in nature:
Natural History Museum:
Nature books at home:
And just so I don't totally alienate myself, gotta have at least one hot body
Okay, more to come soon...
Last edited by Phuzion; October 31st, 2012 at 07:11 PM.
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October 10th, 2004 #2
Good to see you working on areas where you feel need improvement.. I think you do awesome work no matter what, I love your lines... Cant wait to see more! *click click save.....*
October 10th, 2004 #3
Cool stuff Dan. I really like that first page a lot and those animal studies are wonderful.
How come you didnt tell me you were going to the natural history museum? I would've gone!
There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
No one complains about life drawing,
so take a photo.
its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
October 10th, 2004 #4
Burning Eyes: Thanks man, I appreciate it... the search for growth never ends I guess, but here's some more ;p
I.was.ink: Gracias amigo! I need to do more animal studies... all in good time. I'll let you know when I go next... probably tuesday, but maybe tomorrow...
Jens: Environments were just always my weak point, and I've been feeling very limited by that.
HOWEVER! Here is a divergance from environments and such... just playing with my grey toned sketchbook, which is a perfect A4 size, so it scans in one piece ;p Always positive... pencil and gouache:
Last edited by Phuzion; October 13th, 2004 at 01:21 PM.
October 10th, 2004 #5
W00t hot babes, these are always a welcome update... I also hope to grow, however, as of right now im very short compared to you! lol, I got a ways to go, but I bet you wont have much hard time getting used to new things, keep it up... Plz dont abandon this sketchbook!
October 10th, 2004 #6
Oh man I'm loving that last piece, dammit I need to start working on some good shit like that on my confetti paper. Can't wait to see your He-man concepts.
"If you only heard one side of the story, then you must be deaf in the other ear." - Sok N. Wett
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October 10th, 2004 #7
October 11th, 2004 #8
really great stuff mate !
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October 11th, 2004 #9
Burning Eyes: Heh heh, thanks again man ;p I'm going to try REALLY hard to keep this one going... I'm in the habit again of drawing quite a lot everyday, even if I'm not working, so I should have the volume to keep it going... we'll see
Sok N. Wett: Heh heh... toned stuff is fun, but I always have to go back to the white paper every so often. He-man... yeah, gotta get on that shit.
Steak-tron: Yeah, I want to get my other stuff to the level of my figures... at least close to it anyway... I don't use reference for any of the figure/character work 'cept myself in the mirror and observation observation observation ALL THE TIME!! Heh heh, so we'll see where I go with the environments etc.
Yeah, Catwoman is inately hot I think ;p
liam.c: Thanks man! Always appreciated, but I still got a loooooong road ahead of me... So much in my head to work on that it almost feels intimidating... so I gotta take it a day at a time. Baby steps
One more for today... tonight... yesterday... whatever. I was going to put tattoos on her and stuff, but I got sleepy and impatient, oh well.
Last edited by Phuzion; October 13th, 2004 at 01:22 PM.
October 11th, 2004 #10
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That's some top notch work, dude. I really like the last couple on toned paper. Is the highlights what you're using the gouache for? Keep it going man, I really dig the thread!
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