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    Dura's Scribbels&Sketches

    The Last 4 months i didn't draw as much as in the last two days.
    First time in life i have really as much fun to draw as i have all the time speedpainting, something changed in my mind i really get into it; and im really happy now.

    Also the frst time i really get into drawing digitally without any struggle.
    (all done in Photoshop, 1600*1200(for posting scaled down to 50%), 4px roundbrush, penpressure->opacity, orange color in style-mode->linearburn)


    Anyway, here is what i have done since yesterday evening:

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    and throw some colors on the piratescorcher above:
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    keep it up man looking good so far.
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    Yes, good start man, especially the Pirate. See you at Saturday!
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    thx both of you

    a lot of speedpaintings last time (i post 'em only at sijun ...)
    so it took me some time to get back in here:

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    wow... great sketches... YOU SHOUL DRAW MORE OFTEN. very skilled and love the faces.
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    thx very much
    yep im going to draw more often now ... i really have fun to do it these times


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    Interesting sketches. Any reason why they are all brown? Just wondered. They are all fun to look at and it looks like you're getting somewhere. I look forward to seeing more. I think my favorite is the guy with the gun, dynamically done.
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    i used a liear-dodge mode while drawing to add a saturation-contrast(greyscale only have value-contrast) which let you notice better how often you scribbelt over the same line.

    but more than this i think its some sort of habit give you a comfortable feeling and familiar atmosphere.
    Especially when beginning to draw digitally its something gives you support/stability in an emotional way. A friend of mine first used a custombrush looks like real pencil to get into digital drawing - it helped him alot(today he is firm in drawing the digital way that he don't use this trick anymore)

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    the citiyscape is done by a friend - all scribbels were scribbelt by myseld:
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    Started with drawing my head from mirror, because i couldn't imagine how the head works out of this perspective.
    All others are out of mind.

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    nice your forms seem verry free how long does it take you to draw say a head.
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    Great work, Dura!
    My favourite is the monster with the horns and the big hands.
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