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May 12th, 2005 #1
ThreeEyesWorm: UPDATES on the last page!
Hi. I am 20, a Business Student at SFU, Burnaby British Columbia. I've been following Conceptart.org for quite awhile but had been too shy to share my stuff. Anyways... here's some of my stuff from Jan to present of 2005.
The top left guy was drawn from National Geographics but the fancy stuff around him (or her, I couldn't tell) and the cloth were conceptualized by me.
Used reference for Skeleton.
Pen from National Geographics pictures.
Too lazy to ink it all.
Last edited by threeeyesworm; February 24th, 2008 at 07:22 PM. Reason: Update
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Dont be shy This is a very nice start!
NIce pencil work and a lot of cool designs. I like a lot of it.
Seems like you the anatomy down pretty solid. Some of these are really well done!
Hope to see more soon and welcome here dude!
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May 12th, 2005 #4
great imagination here man. love your shading.
keep em comingI my girlfriend & my book of sketches
May 13th, 2005 #5
Thanks for the kind comments you guys. If you guys have ANY critiques PLEASE post it.
Here's what I drew today.... Don't want to draw it anymore. ><
Grr, photobucket.com makes pictures so small. Anyone know of anything else I can use?
Last edited by threeeyesworm; May 13th, 2005 at 02:55 AM.
May 13th, 2005 #6
inking to die for
May 13th, 2005 #7
The Doctor is About!
Good energy and concentration ~~~ try for a little variety in your line work ~~~ think about what the line is doing ~~~ talk to yourself when draw to stay focused ~~~ this line is coming at me ' now it is going away ' here it starts to go over this cylindrical form ' it goes up over around behind and back out the other side ' this form is coming at me ' this line is going away ' here it goes through a shadow area ' then a light area ~~~ remember your line is describing the terrain is going moving over around and through and not just inclosing and area to be shaded. Actually it some be a map to let you know where your planes are and where your darks should go. I think you have a good start or I would not have spent the time to leave this feedback!
December 1st, 2005 #8
Hi It's been awhile since I first posted. I have decided to post my stuff again. Mostly it is because I went away for military training in the summer. It was great fun but my drawing skills went downhill for awhile.
Mentler, sorry for this REALLY late reply but I really appreciate your criticism. Line variation is something I know I should work on, however, I still don't know how to approach it. I have been practicing what you have suggested. But what I find really difficult is line variation/shading for textures. Any advice on that?
Here are some stuff ranging from June to present.
The scanner at school was not all that great but it will do.
I will scan more tomorrow
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December 1st, 2005 #11Registered User
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I absolutely love the last sketch of that couple and the sketch of that character two sketches before with the wicked helmet!
It seems in the last sketch though that that guy's hips are a little too narrow? Makes him feel a little too feminine, which would work, except that he's got broad shoulders... At least in my eyes!I saw the flowers die
grand beauty turn to dust
under wings of cold white death
December 2nd, 2005 #12
madplanet, you are too kind saying that this is good for 20 year old. There are 18 year olds that are better than me. ><
Autarkis, I thought of the same thing of the hips at the time as well but I thought he looked a bit cartoony so I didn't fix it. Besides, I am really lazy when it comes to erasing things. Most of the time I don't use erasers at all.
I scanned more.
Just trying out different styles of faces.
This is probably one of my favorite random-line piece.
I really liked drawing this one, but once I got to the background, I was like... omg what do I do now..... But now I look at it some more, I plan on going back and finish it. Gah, I should actually FINSH some drawings eh? (That's right, I said eh, it's not as ugly as people make it sound to be unless you say it every third word.)
I really don't like this one but at the same time, I think there's something to it. Maybe I am kidding myself.
December 2nd, 2005 #13
A bit more!
This was the CHOW I did for the Degenesis one but never finished it.
December 2nd, 2005 #14Registered User
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Could you explain to me why you are a buisness student, and not in an art program?
Your work is stellar!mike hovland
midway amusement games
December 2nd, 2005 #15
whow man, there is a lot of improvement goin on here, seriously!! I really like your stuff, so nice and loose but try to push this looseness even more. really cool, I'll keep on visiting this place
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