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    Beauty faces, misc (nudity) *skin tone* 8/06

    A grouping of girls from various refs.

    Cheers - yeti

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    the upper left one is your weakest. the others are really great. good understanding of solid geometry. i would really like to see some full figure work!

    keep postin!
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    i wanna sex those lips up! nice lines.

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    hi and welcome to the sketchbook section !

    i hope you'll get a blast !!!

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    Thanks, guys!

    ApolloNuevo: Yeah, she was the first one and I worked down the page - right to left. I loosened up by the bottom.

    Here's a couple more:


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    sweet stuff man
    great start to the book

    i'm lovvviin the girls

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    good.. nice line quality.. really enhances the femininity

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    Hey guys, I really appreciate the encouragement! I'll be throwing in men as well, but as you can probably tell - I loves to draw the womens .

    Here's another. Not sure where I was going with this sketch. It got a little over worked. Mainly trying a pose with a little foreshortening. We're allowed some duds here right? Once in awhile?

    No ref:


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    I like them

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    Thanks, halflife99.

    and a couple of life drawings:





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    A few more based on reference...



    and some character concepts - no ref...


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    Zaphod, Pesmerga I'm glad you like the horses and gals.

    This time I thought I'd veer from the beautiful for a moment just for contrast:






    But I gotta go back to a gal anyway...

    An older one based on ref photo for pose:


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    Here's a quick process of the girl sketches at the top of this thread. There's a terrible amount of undersketching that I used kneaded eraser on...

    Here's an example:

    The rough 'structure' sketch. I block out where things are and find porportion.


    Then I strengthen and darken the areas that I feel 'lock in' proportions and shapes that are most important to keep.


    Now, with a kneaded eraser (the soft, rubbery, stretchable, blueish one) lightly erase most of the structure lines and sketchy scribbles until the most important (darkest) shapes remain.


    At this point. I feel more confident where I can make strokes that are loose and sweeping to finish the hair and use minimal lines to detail the face. I keep in mind that the less lines on a female the more feminine and soft appearing she becomes.


    That's about it. No big secrets here.

    -Yeti

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    Wow, thanks. It looks so simple when you explain it like that. I will give this a try tomorrow morning.

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    Dael Wolf:
    I've had a a look at your sketch thread and find you a good amount work and progressing quite well with each piece I might add. That would cool to see you produce something using this method I posted. I'll check in to your thread to see what you've come up with.

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    I agree with Wolf you make the stuff look really easy. Do you use a lot of reference? If so, where do you usually look for it. Mags, online, stock photos?

    Keep it up

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    very impressive thread, keep postin an i'll keep comin back cheers..............

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    You're art brings to mind the older marvel comics. Simple looking line
    and not much shading. Sometimes I like this style and sometimes I don't.
    In your case, well let me just say that after I viewed your thread, suddenly
    more drawings of girls appeared in my sketchbook, oddly looking quite like
    your drawings. Good job.

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    gibsini: thanks, man. I'll keep throwing stuff up here as long as there is a little hint of interest.

    Placeboast: I am greatly influenced by the 'silver age' comic artists. I'm flattered to hear that my work reminds anyone of this. And I have to say that girls/women have always been the inspiration of many artists...I cannot deny that they are mine as well.

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    These are all from the same figure drawing session as above:











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    this stuff is just brilliant, I don't have any other word for it

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    speeeectacular figure work here! you make it look so easy. you hase some great accuracy with your strokes.

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    Thank you for the kind words, Haldor, Arael.

    Yeti

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    wow lot of sexy ladies armed with killer smiles and banging bodies
    awsome work, very clean and pro

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    Great stuff, very strong and expressive. Great subject matter too.

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    kool stuff man

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    A couple more drawings.

    This pic was one that had been in my 'to draw' folder for awhile (a Domai.com girl I think), she had these striking eyes, I had to try to capture them in pencil.

    75 lb sketch paper with HB graphite and a trusty smudge stick...a little over 2 hours with final tweaks in photoshop.




    This next one is not from reference. It's a book cover idea. The 'B' design represents a watermark on paper and the diagonal jagged shape behind the girl represents a rip in the paper with room at the to for a title. I'll be digi-painting this one soon.

    Mechanical pencil HB 5.0 on animation bond.



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    That domai.com girl is absolutely beautiful, and I don't mean just the girl but the drawing aswell. You've really improved from the previous post (Or have spent more time on that piece). If I had my way you'd post every day. See you.

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