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March 13th, 2005 #1
Fakez's stuff -=[new update May 18th]=-
Wow... my own sketchbook
I hope I can improve my skill this way, so c&c is always welcome
I'll try to update daily, so there's always loads of stuff for you guys to look at
Here we go...
I finished this one today, hope you like it
Last edited by Fakez; May 18th, 2005 at 07:13 AM.
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Sorry for the small pic... I had to get some new webspace because my old yahoo/geocities webspace sucks...
I'll post a bigger version of the image later
 did it^^
Last edited by Fakez; March 13th, 2005 at 12:33 PM.
March 13th, 2005 #3Registered User
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Welcome to CA Great start, I'm glad the drawing has alot of contrast, too many beginners tend to stay in the 'safe' areas of gray shades.
I hope I can improve my style this way, so c&c is always welcome
March 13th, 2005 #4Originally Posted by Dan1989
hmmm i cant really give a good critique or comment i think...im sorry.
Maybe you should post more work ? SO we have really something we can talk about.
Anyways. I like how you rendered the cloth. Welcome to CA
March 13th, 2005 #5
thx for the warm welcome guys
Dan1989: Big thx for the comment.
You're right, perhaps style was a little bad chosen.
and here's some anatomy for you
March 14th, 2005 #6
I had problems to stay awake in school...
and in order not to fall asleep...
some stuff I did at home
Last edited by Fakez; March 14th, 2005 at 04:52 PM.
March 14th, 2005 #7
Welcome to CA!
First quick critique: on the hammer on the first image, the perspective looks wrong to me, as if it's on a different spacial plane compared to the hand and arm. It's really throwing my off, but I think what's doing it is the end of the hammer. Try to adjust where the handle meets the end or rotate the head some.
I'm with Dan1989, Loomis and Bridgman are great guys to study from (Bridgman for the technical side, Loomis for taking the technical and turning it into something interesting!)
Work on that and don't worry about your style, it'll just show up eventually, and if you spend too much time on it now, it is true that it will hold you back from progressing.
Again, welcome, and keep it up!
March 15th, 2005 #8
First of all: thx again for the welcome
and thx for the hint, I'll do something about the hammer
Anatomy is on top of my daily todo-list
messing around with my pen some markers and fineliners
some old stuff for you, while I'm working on anatomy
Last edited by Fakez; March 15th, 2005 at 08:47 AM.
March 16th, 2005 #9
btw over 180 views... but only 3 people answered... that's weak
perhaps I should start posting images of naked women
March 16th, 2005 #10
Wazzup Fakez, just checkin out yer thread here. There's some cool stuff here. your faces seem a bit flattened but your clothes, like the texture and folds are pretty darn good so far. Keep pluggin man, can't wait to see more!
BTW, that little hellboy head is cool!
March 27th, 2005 #11
first of all thanks feeesh
In the past I had lots of problems with clothes and exspecially the folds.
It took quite a time for me to get it right, I was always searching for a book, that could teach me drawing folds, but I didn't find any, so I had to learn it on my own. I spent lots of time looking at people's clothes in the subway and tried to remember the folds. Searching the internet and browsing my comics helped me, too.
And a big thx for your comment on the Hellboy head
I'm addicted to the comics and to Mignola's style and since I know the comics I spend a lot of time drawing Hellboy heads.
I'm sorry for replying so late, but I hardly find time for drawing, because I have to learn for my final exams.
this one's for you feeesh:
my very first colored Hellboy I think^^
very quick sketch, but I like it
I'll perhaps finish it later
I also tried to do something about my flat heads
Some running dude
the left sketch was too static, so I did another
April 6th, 2005 #12
I didn't have much time to draw in the last time, so i'll start with some older pics
hope you like 'em
I used refs for the poses but everything else (clothes, face, etc.) is from mind
now some new stuff I drew during the holidays
I know his arms look off :angry:
again some heads... but I think I'm getting better
not finished yet, but I like it
so now it's your turn: time to play: "Comment and Criticize"
April 7th, 2005 #13
did this one in school today...
[note]: the eyball in the glass can be used like a camera... just another freaky idea of mine