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October 20th, 2004 #1
Meifumado - UPDATE Sep. 11th, BIG D/L
I've been a lurker on this site for quite a while I think its time to come out and face the music. Welcome to my sketchbook, I hope you enjoy it. Any and all C&C is welcome, I thank those who are willing to speak their mind in advance
And just incase you are wondering what "Meifumado" means, its Japanese translation is; The Buddhist Hell. The way of demons and damnation.
To start here are some oldies:
a demon samurai of a sort
a page from my sketchbook, and an attempt to redesign Supes costume
30 days of night inspired sketch
a Lone Wolf quickie
a refference drawing of some girl
really old one
a more recent drawing
life drawing #1
life drawing #2
and this page i did between 18th and 19th of this month
That's it for now.
Last edited by SicFrost; September 11th, 2005 at 10:56 PM.
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October 21st, 2004 #3
Some cool work here, some neat designs aswell... one of ure downfalls though (similar to me) is ure sort of anatomy skills/position/proportions etc.
Excellent rendering on ure earlier works though, very well blended and smoothed.
Keep it up and keep working on it
October 21st, 2004 #4
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October 21st, 2004 #6
some great stuff man, your life drawings are by far the most interesting to look at. I can tell by looking at your works overall that you haven't completely selected a style yet, keep playing!
i really like viva asesino though, great study!
October 21st, 2004 #7
October 21st, 2004 #8
sry i was confusing Sicfrost, but i meant something similar to some_guy, on some of ure drawings they look a bit stiff, theres no fluididty or motion like the position ure trying to show gives.
Also i mean to say some of ure anatomy is off, on some of them the arms seem short, or they feel jagged, not fluid, like mentioned above.
Its nice to see you trying varied postions though, not just front on views like some do.
Keep working on it, and ull notice the difference.
October 25th, 2004 #9
October 25th, 2004 #10Registered User
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Wow. I really like your ninjas and samurais´s concepts. Keep doing more of these.
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