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    PandaWhipped's dailys :)

    Hallo. I'm brand new to this forum, but the talent here has inspired me to post my own daily sketchbook. I hope this isnt meant just for well known artists to post their sketches cause I'm certainly not well known :eek: Take a look and let me know whatcha think! These will mostly be done in Photoshop with a wacom since I don't have 24hour access to a scanner. Hopefully this will motivate me more to draw everyday...feel free to egg me on!

    2 from yesterday (march 1st):




    and today:


    Last edited by PandaWhipper; April 30th, 2003 at 12:58 AM.
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    I like the first two, but especially taht arm. The third pic of the girl looks flat, kinda like she's suspended in air. It lacks core shadows, and form shadows in her torso to describe its shape.

    This section isn't just for pros. Actually not that many pros post there daily sketches!

    Post on brother!

    -http://iwasink.com/-
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    "Get reference.
    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."
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    Thanks iwasink I agree about the flatness. I have a hard time putting in dark shadows for some reason. like im scared to. I think its a little easier for me when I'm using a pencil though. I haven't quite figured out what techniques to use in photoshop. I'm still experimenting a lot with it. So i tried to put more shadow into this one. This is from a ref pic in Anatomy for the Artist.



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    hey i have that book. looks ok, but everything looks to uniform. Try using the paintbrush with the opacity turned off, and use only like two or three colors! or shades of grey. That way u force yourself to make those bold strokes!

    -http://iwasink.com/-
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    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
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    I like the arm. Great body-musculinum construction.

    ..:: Yaseck ::..
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    iwasink: still havin' a heck of a time shading in photoshop and making it look natural. I used a much lower opacity brush this time (around 10), but i guess itll just take practice. In the mean time, I tried a different style of shading.

    Yaseck: thanks ive been studying the arm for awhile now cause it use to intimidate me.

    Again this is using a reference pic from Anatomy of the Artist. I can see ive made the calf and foot way too big



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    Didnt get sketching time in on the 5th cause it was my 21st birhtday and it was just busy busy busy! Here's my DSG from last night though:



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    should have drawn much more today but i slacked off





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    Wow, your a very creative guy. Keep it up!

    Last edited by Mr.B; March 10th, 2003 at 12:17 AM.
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    some new super hero rejects i did today while bored at work for cgtalk challenge:





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    these last ones...such contrast...i hope you explore this concept further...of what do yuo call it..anti-superheros

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    haven't updated in awhile...changed my SN, but its still me I finally started school, and here is what I've done so far, in order from oldest to newest. Some are done in class from life, others are done from photographs (or paused dvds) All of it is charcoal on newsprint:

















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    Oh; whoa I wasnt expecting to scroll down and see that wonderful Gandalf rendering. Nice job

    and like that he fades into the shadows...
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    Some of the best stuff i,v seen, great worm.

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    Yes, very great worm.

    (1st post btw, I think. Hello.)

    Nice Dream
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