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    Attack of the New Art!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 5-22

    This is pretty much a new beginning for me. Having not lifted a pen or pencil in the name of art in over 4 years I decided to get back into it. As of this year I am working towards a degree in 3d game art and design after leaving my program for law school.

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    wow, great work...i really like the girl in the forest..for sure my favourite....keep em comin
    umm...maybe check out my sketchbook?

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    Cool stuff, you have a unique style and I like it!
    You should work on your anatomy more, though.

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    great ideas
    really admire your rendering, but - you already said it yourself - some lack by anatomy knowledge/understanding...

    The girl in the woods is fanastic,... hope you draw a second version with your improved skills.

    Don´t stop...

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    Your style reminds me a lot of how my best friend started out. Very stylized and cool. And he developed into a pretty awesome artist. To bad he doesn't do anything anymore with it! But I'm sure you'll keep on progressing and get just as good as everyone else on this kickin' site. Boy I'm rambling. I only had 3 hours of sleep last night. Please excuse me.

    I'll be lookin' fer that next update so GET ON IT!

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    I headed to some of the art galleries with my pieces to find out what was anatomically wrong. The conclusion thereof was a distortion created by my low-end scanner
    Nonetheless, I will continue to work incessantly on anatomy.
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    These look great!

    Are they all from your imagination?

    The forest piece is definitely the best but all of them are great. Keep it up!
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    Yeah, I never really tried photo references. I suppose I should though, but to me, it seems to cheapen my art in my eyes. Especially when talking fantasy (kind of difficult to shoot a pic of a dragon).
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    yeah, yoru anatomy could still use work. using reference, or working from life, will help that. even though it loks nice, all the details wont hide the lacking forms. you do have potential, and great rendering with pencil, but you have to keep going with it an learn new ways to approach the matter.

    and dragons can be cross referenced. look at lizards-different reptiles, birds, bat wings, all of that. skeletal and muscles and skin, everything. do studies of real animals and you can piece together believable fantasy animals like dragons.

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    Updates!!!!!!

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    Last edited by klinesmoker; March 23rd, 2005 at 11:13 PM.
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    Oh, by the way, these are again from without any photo reference at all. If y'all think I need to use 'em, just tell me. I can handle it!!!!!!!!
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    well you've got my work beat...great stuff..i've had your pic of the girl in the forest in my "fav. art" since my first visit...definatly need to see more tho...daily!!...good luck, i'll be back.
    umm...maybe check out my sketchbook?

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    I have a weird way of keeping up with posting! I'm insanely flattered to hear that you have one of my pieces in your favorites. I'll try to keep it up more often for ya, HP!
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    Quote Originally Posted by klinesmoker
    Oh, by the way, these are again from without any photo reference at all. If y'all think I need to use 'em, just tell me. I can handle it!!!!!!!!
    wow,,, thats really cool. without reference must have mean u are drawing for a long time, and know all the anatomy and figures. Thats nice.

    I see nothing wrong with your demons,. The only thing i suggest, is to draw one of em u like the most from differnet views. then do it for most of them. Then u'll change some areas automaticly or add some more stuff to it.
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    Awesome idea, Heroic, thanks! I'll get crackin ASAP! But first I'm going to finish that lizard/toad thing...
    Last edited by klinesmoker; January 29th, 2005 at 06:29 PM.
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