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August 1st, 2005 #1
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I'm new( joined today). This is my first Picture I post in this Forums, maybe some of u like it
I'll upload more sketches and Pictures next time.
I've been drawing since I can remember, and I hope that I'll be as good as somme people here in this Forum
This is a sketch for a picture I colored with Photoshop 7.0.
I`ll upload the colored one next days...
Did that for a friend,I spend most of the time in the coloration, hope u like it Attachment 701388Attachment 757995
Last edited by GunTrouver; April 15th, 2011 at 12:19 PM. Reason: new name and date
Hide this ad by registering as a memberAugust 2nd, 2005 #2
Here's the finished version, colored with Photoshop.
The coloration took some hours, much more time than the scribble.
It was my second "professional" Computer coloration (before i did only junks and crap ) I don't have a GT so it was sometimes difficult to work with the mouse-_-°
Maybe it the picture remembers u at "The giant from space" (don't relly know the english titleXD), but I had no ref., it's just a coincidence...
Last edited by GunTrouver; November 13th, 2005 at 08:25 AM.
August 2nd, 2005 #3
This r some junks i did some month ago. I wanted to make a short story, a kind of "Remake" of "Animal farm", but than i was too bored of it
I drew them very fast and didn't spend much time with them...
Last edited by GunTrouver; November 13th, 2005 at 08:26 AM.
August 2nd, 2005 #4
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Nice stuff man I really like your photoshop of the robot nice use of the landscape and nice small details the birds on the wire and in the sky, two friends just taking in the scenery, the kitten sitting by them . I like your art style especially your last one of that man. Hope to see more of your stuff Guntrouver.
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August 4th, 2005 #7
I am looking forward to your other stuff, man like the coloring work I like the way you draw that guy there is something I cannot put into words . Well kep it up.
August 5th, 2005 #8
Thank u Bubstar:)
Thank you for posting again Bubstar! I have to write something back in your thread^^
Don't know what I should tell u anymore, so here' r the next pictures.
The clown I did in the last 3 days, It was a lot of fun to make all these dots-_-°
Step by step:
This one is a cd for a manga, i wanted to draw with a friend.
More pictures coming soon
Last edited by GunTrouver; June 19th, 2009 at 10:58 AM.
August 7th, 2005 #9
No one post in my thread T_T
Maybe I have to post more...
This are some junks I did...some time ago. I did them very fast and colored with aquarell colours.
Here it is:
This one was in colour, but i turned it into grey, because the colours hvae been ugly
Last edited by GunTrouver; November 13th, 2005 at 08:44 AM.
August 7th, 2005 #10
Not bad stuff, I especially like the Napoleonic guy (for lack of a better description) and the animal farm.
Overall I do like you style, but it seems unpolished. You still have errors in your work which tip the viewer off to that fact. For example, the roughness of the clown's hair, the sloppy shoulders and oddly twisted arm of the robot, and the general roughness in the linework on the last pics. These are things that I immediately saw. I can see what you are aiming for, but you haven't refined your abilities enough on the technical side to pull it off just yet. If you want an example of someone who has, look at "Manu is malin" from these forums. His work is very, very distorted and crazy (cool, that is), but his technical abilities don't let the viewer question whether he really meant to do it that way or not. Everything is so tight and well done that no matter how messed up it is, there is no doubt as to what it was supposed to be.
To get to his level, there isn't much to do aside from "draw, draw, draw" so get to it. Hope to see some more cool stuff from you soon.
August 8th, 2005 #11
Thank u for critic dfacto^^ I try to become better every day and try to "draw, draw draw". I think it's difficult to compare difficult styles, because everyones art is so different... So "Manus is milian" is more "abstract" I think, but I'll upload some abstract pictures in the next days I think.
But now, here r the new ones
This one I did for a manga, I've never finished colored with aquarell and acrylic colors. There are some mistakes I think, but I did tha very fast, because it was only a very small Background in a panel. It's a bad scan I think...-_-
This is a panel of a manga I'm working in the moment, it's a "remake" of an older manga from me. You can read the oldone here: http://animexx.4players.de/doujinshi...6/output/5777/
This was the first sketch for a cover of a comic I'll start with a friend next time
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August 14th, 2005 #19
Even there's the nazilogo, I'm not a nazi! Nazis r bad guysV_V
These two guys you can see some posts above in the plane
I created them for a Manga.
Here's a Headshot
Colored with Aquarellcolours.
Last edited by GunTrouver; November 13th, 2005 at 09:02 AM.
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@2000YearsOldMan: Thank you These naziguys were charakters for a story, it' hard to tell it in one sentence, maybe I post the Story next time.
Today my one of my withdom tooth(don't know if that's the right word) was pulled oput so I cant write much (it hurts )
I wanted to make a "remake" of Disneys Gummi Bears, but I still heaven't finished the pichture-_- But I think I have to draw it again, because I don't like how sunny looks
Last edited by GunTrouver; November 13th, 2005 at 09:04 AM.
August 19th, 2005 #22
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I really like your drawings and colouring work but there's some things I think I could be able to criticise (despite my rookieness)... Firstly, It seems that you use short, repetitive strokes in your pencil sketches so you could try drawing more confident lines. I had the same habit but it disappeared along a few centimeters of pencil when I started putting serious thought on it. Also, you could polish your anatomy skills, with the help of some Loomis' books perhaps (www.saveloomis.org)... the breasts of the lion head dude for example seem pretty far from the form they should be.
Just some nitpicking that I thought could perhaps be helpful. I admire the effort you're putting on learning to draw (I would never have the patience for drawing something like http://mitglied.lycos.de/crow/onlyafriend%20ca.jpg ).
August 19th, 2005 #24
These look really nice and you've got a great imagination, but i have to agree about your lines. Try varying the line width on your sketches and it'll add a lot. At the moment the look kind of brittle.
The last sketch is really nice though. You going to colour it??
August 19th, 2005 #25
Thanks for the nightmares, GunTrouver! That clown is gonna keep me up tonight And...thanks for helping me stick to my much needed diet. I'll never eat at McDonald's again...for at least 2 weeks
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August 20th, 2005 #27
Wow unbelievable- 4 nex commentsXD
@smuli: Thank you for the critic. I know my lines are a bit unconfidetn, that's a bad habit-_- I'll try to change that and I also will start to do more anatomy stuff. I've got allready an anatomy book, I think I should use it more often and I'll buy some nex ones....
@mull77: I'm not shure if I'll colour this gummibear sketch, because I don't like Sunny in the foreground and if I wanted to colour it I would have to redraw it...and I'm very lazyXD Maybe in my next holidays....
@maestro_612: No problem
Here r the new ones, most of them are from my sketchbook:
Coloured with aquarell:
some very quick charakter designs
This is a "fanart" of alice adventures in wonderland. It's the jabberworky I love the book and this Jabberworky poem
Thankl u all for the comments! CU
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August 21st, 2005 #28
Mumins and Baroque
May be I#ll post some more pictures later, but first I want to post the following ones:
Maybe some of you know the Mumins, it's a TV animation series for children: I love to watch ist and I wanted to make a Fanart, but I thought it would be cool to make an "Adultversion"
I'll upload the colored version next time...
As ref I used some screenshots from the series.
This one isn't very good, but I like it. I used ref from an old baroque painting
(It's only a very fast sketch...)
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August 22nd, 2005 #29
Up D A T E...
Just an Update:
First the colored version of the "Mumins" Outlines
This one I did for a mangastory about "Little red riding hood". I "transformed it in an horrorversion, but it's not yet finished:
This is colored with aquarell colours:
Than I worked it out with PS:
Last edited by GunTrouver; November 13th, 2005 at 09:18 AM.
August 22nd, 2005 #30
Hehe man, lovely stuff!
I really enjoyed the remake of the mumins. Loved those when I was a kid.
Keep it going!
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