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July 1st, 2005 #1
sketchbook du robin - Now with more drawings!
NEWEST AT BOTTOM....THAT WHOLE SCHPIEL.
So i thought i'd start my own sketchbook thread,kind of nerve wrecking for a newbie haha. Most things i have are observational. I would LOVE critique please.
*the above are a little older, here are more recent ones.
People at Wal*Mart.
and a guy at sea world
that's all for now!
Last edited by robin-eleven; July 25th, 2006 at 10:05 PM.
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October 11th, 2005 #3
I love the last two sketches i wanna see more of that. i really like the color combo in it i also like the fourth and fifth one.
October 11th, 2005 #4
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May 11th, 2006 #7
Nice sketch book
i love your life drawings
keep it up
May 12th, 2006 #8
Roooooh My god !
Very very good sketch !
The encrage is really excellent I find. Special mention for your sketches of persons to Wal*Mart that I find very interessants and especially for the 2 boards just before!
I awaits the continuation for the last board. A beautiful colorisation in perspective!
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May 12th, 2006 #11
1st try at speedpainting :/
Thanks for all of your kind words!
Well, i tried speedpaiting. 15 mins.
Could someone help me out in this area? I know it's mainly experimenting and everything, but could some one share their technique?
May 12th, 2006 #12
first of all nice sketchbook one thing you could try ( dont know if your use photoshop, or painter, or ms paint .. ) try playing with the brushes... try differents settings of opacity , flow , try to put some of these settings on the pressure of your wacom ( if your using one ) , youll soon fine one your comfortable with and thats where the fun begins ! and the eye dropper is your friend when it comes to smoothing your stuff , always cool to grab a color with the eyedropper ( hold alt in photoshop while in brush mode to get the eye dropper ). Also starting digital painting in grayscale before going straight to colors is a good idea... getting strong skills with tones/values before switching to the others things to consider with colors ( hue and saturation )
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