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August 4th, 2005 #300
Hey, thats pretty good. te-he wookies....
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Quinster - yeah, wookies...heck of a lot easier than humans...
Okay, having just banged my head against the immovable wall of human faces I now bow before other artists surperior ability to render humans. Holy cow was this hard...I need to draw humans WAY more often. I know I could give Mr. Solo here as flexible a face as Chewie...but only after lots and LOTS of practice. I can understand why comic book artists have a hard time just keeping the likeness, never mind giving the face the same elasticity of the real person. It's an Everest I'd like to climb though...so in addition to animals and anatomy, I add facial practice! MUAHAHAHAH!!!!......oh dear...
I think the closest I got was middle row, left.
August 4th, 2005 #302
i love everything! i love the cow....the smiling wookie....and the yo-yo's!!!!
keep up the good hard work!
I Am Colorophobic
August 4th, 2005 #303
August 5th, 2005 #304
August 5th, 2005 #305
Emotional wookies... XD I love it!
And, a kinkajou:
Um, famadorpierre, you're supposed to start a sketchbook thread of your own. That's awesome work, there, though.
August 5th, 2005 #306
Wizard - hehe, always aim to please! Thanks!
bumskee - you think it doesn't scare me?? It shows me exactly how little I know about drawing faces. Excellant practice though...
famadorpierre - um, yeah - first of all, please start your own thread. I'm only too happy to visit other people's threads and give crits. Otherwise...you have a nice grasp of shading, esp. picking out pits in the skin. The braid is working on the left hand side, but not on the right. Do a little more studying of dog anatomy: even cartoon dogs still retain the essential structure of a real dog. Thanks for dropping by.
Kat_Warrior - hey, thanks! That's a great site, lots of useful reference photos. I'll definitely try my hand at those sometime soon...and puffins...I haven't forgotten!
More anatomy and some trial cartooning of Han. I need to study more.
August 5th, 2005 #307
Ms.Teigrob, you are astounding! Although, Han Solo might need some work...it needs to look more like Harrison Ford, the character is perfect though
Last edited by Quinster; August 6th, 2005 at 06:23 PM.
August 8th, 2005 #308
Quinster - I know...(sigh) My humans are, well, lacking in the accuracy department. I'll keep practicing - although, I think I'll move on to other characters for the moment. Mr. Solo is going to have to wait until I get "Star Wars" and can advance frame by frame! hehehe...
I was camping this weekend, so that's my excuse for not posting...
More of Solo, and moving on to the cute kinkajous...
These guys are so cute!
And, I wanted to share a precious moment from my camping trip on the Olympic Peninsula here in Washington State. Heh...anyone ever tried raw oysters fresh out of the shell? This was my first experience, and I have to say, after the initial total gross out reaction...they weren't that bad!
August 8th, 2005 #309
August 8th, 2005 #310
Hey, nice update. Lol, Han Solo and Chewie on the smae page as those lemar things. And hey, is that person page with the raw oysters how you look?
August 8th, 2005 #311
August 8th, 2005 #312
wow your anatomy studies are just awesome...
did you use a normal anatomy book for doctors? or an anatomy book for artists? well, perhaps it doesnt matter but i was just wondering