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    how to render the line?,,,,,,,,,,,,arcane0 travel composition

    hope you guys tell me if you like it as it is or should i do something to change the definition,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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    It's okay. Pretty basic in blocky forms, and could use more detail.. but solid enough.
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    Hi. Not sure where you are headed with this sketch. As a rough draft to get your initial ideas on paper this is a fine start. If you are looking to make a more refined version, with more realism and/or details, I would place my emphasis on learning "thick and thin" line qualities. You have a very good ability in forming your objects and subjects, but the lines are all the same thickness and density, and that will only ever lend itself to being a cartoon or unrealistic image. If you are planning on a well-shaded and toned image then your "lines" need only be dark enough to constrain the shading/color patch (not dark heavy outlines!). There are no lines in life, we use them in drawing to denote the transfer form one object to another because it saves time. If we all lived forever I think we would draw differently knowing we could shade and tone everything! haha By lightening your lines, and being gentle and delicate, you could quickly transform these heavy dark feelings into a lighter more realistic and visually beautiful image! That's my take… for what it's worth.

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    thereare many ways,,,,,,,,,,,you know that,,,,
    see how the influence of the line works here:
    POSEIDON GOD OFTHE SEA
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    thankyou very much mod1123 ,,,,,so ,,,,,,,,,,,how many silver dragons have you slayed?,,,ja!!

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    I do love how dynamic your designs are!!

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    EPIC DUEL

    here is a dinamic line design whitout shade, ,,,,,,
    correctly defined:
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    Beautiful! This reminds me of some of the statues I saw in Spain! There are some amazing action-filled fountains in the intersections in places such as Seville that have this amazing fluidity and sense of drama! I like your work. Keep in mind, if you do any art shows, that some people find sketches like this highly collectable, and they seek these out more than finished art. Keep your sketches, as they are valuable both for teaching you as you progress, and for their first-thought energy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godel Santos View Post
    hope you guys tell me if you like it as it is or should i do something to change the definition,
    I like it, but the composition is too heavy on the right, from there my eye floats left where nothing happens.
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    Good point. If you were to colorize it you could rebalance the weight that way… unless it were part of a storyboard and denotes the view of a character that is entering a scene… it would be followed by the view as the character (or camera) turns to see the masses in center frame. Fun to think about how this could be used, huh?

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    is barroque animation guys,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    and i shall PROVE IT whit the next drawing im finishing,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, whait you talented ones!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    spirits nocturnal

    see,,,,,,,,,,,,is the last drawing i worked on,,,,,,,i dont like the way it comes out,,,,,,,,,,,is it ok??
    i need your opinion,,,,,,,,,,,,
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    At this stage it still looks like nothing more than a quick sketch. Clean it up some more and be more conscious of your lines when it comes to the difference between outlines and shading.

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    ok; Mike i could finish it; but i dont know if i should give it shadoows in the line dinamic??

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    Angel

    see this one, and and tell me if the line, if the line does work well here,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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    I think that the line of the curls in hair and the leaves is too heavy, while eyes and the colum-like object need a heavier line.
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    It's not related to the line itself, but I figured I should comment, since I noticed.

    On this last piece, the hands appear to have very short palms. Fingers are starting at the wrist, almost.
    Is this a sketchbook? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    spirits

    pleaese waere your glasses if you wish,,,,,,,,,,,,,:
    opinions neded,,,,!!!
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    TEPSICORE

    how do i paint this????????????????
    traditionaly?? whit what??
    help guys!! it got a litlle bit dirty the line was more fresh,,but well,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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