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    Mehran khan's sketch book (Update JULY 12)

    Hi all, This is my firts post on CA.org...I mostly do concept/fictious/sci-fi art...but sisnce I was lacking a great deal in traditional skills I have recently taken up Trad-art assignemnts and here they are.....
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    will post some more trad-art(and concept art) later on..
    Crits and comments shoot at wiil
    regards

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    wow, a lot of these are looking great, keep with the studies man, they pay off big in the longrun.

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    looking good so far. good job with the fur on the orangutan.

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    thanks "magic man" ...I will...
    AND buddy your work is like AWEsome
    "One g love " thnx ..that fur was actually done in a very long period of time... so even thogh it looks a bit good.. I am not satisfied with it
    Any way here are more of my traditonal art...these are the older one and probably have problems...



    will post some sci if tomorrow

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    beautiful stuff. very nice pencil technique. i liked the blue eyes, red lips girl.

    keep up the good work dude

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    my old sketchbook
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    Sci fi ART

    Thanks Ender.... that sketch is of some spanish model..... glad you liked it..
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    Alright !!! Now I am posting my concnept/fictious art.
    First off are 2 Charecters from my Personal project named Amowk....
    you 'll be seeing more from this charectr-line-up shortly..
    Amowk himself

    Amowk Head shot

    An enemy charecter
    http://www.cgexpanse.com/phpBB2/file...er_edited_.jpg
    A l'il banner
    http://www.cgexpanse.com/phpBB2/files/amowk_sine.jpg
    Looking forward to see yuor comments people

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    An enemy soldier

    A l'il banner

    All were done with pencil on paper....with a bit of post editing(levels adjustment) in Ps...
    Hope you guys like it

    Last edited by mehran; September 2nd, 2005 at 12:59 AM.
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    I am very impressed by your rendering skills, you should pick up digital painting . Very nice work.

    The advantage of being a beginner is having a much greater amount of teachers.
    Sketchbook?
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    Thanks Em ....I HAVE taken up digital stuff over the past few months, and it's very forgiving, to say the least. But I dunno if I will be able to make anything good in a digital-env any time soon...
    Anyway...here is some mre of my stuff...
    A concept for a fighter charecter

    A hero charecter

    A mythical creature


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    So what da ya think haan ... what da ya think
    Will post more tomorrow...

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    nice pencil rendering.

    the animal studies are my favorites. they seem to have the most "life" as a drawing.

    i think the rope in the orangutan pic could use some more "ropelike" texture.

    keep going.

    Hey dog. . . . did you see the size of that chicken?!
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    You have a real unique style of penciling. Like your shading techniques!

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    stick with practizing digi art i think you'll go good at it -- also i wanna see some color!!! maye digi art colour??

    nothing is good - nothing is bad -- osho
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    thanks SOLORPOWER... I strted out in comics and than slowly moved into trad-art , I like to blend them both together to the extent that the comic look stays a bit dominent on the trad-art rendering techniques,...A couple of years back I couldn't even draw more than 2 or 3 poses of a man... And now NOW I can make "4"
    Prehistoric: thnx man I like drawing animals too specially birds and mammals... and that thing about the "hairy-Monkey".. I will try to fix it...
    Here is an enviornment I did. The idea was to blend bones and metal and machinery together..it was intended to be the Start-up screen of a personal video game project..

    HBpencil on paper
    C & C Fire at will (I just love to say that)

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    Hey omni, forgot to reply to you in my last post....
    I am going into color but, unfortunately it's very slow...
    will post some (read:colored) stuff (attempts!!) today... Thanx for the pat on the back...I needed that

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    Here is a touchedup sketch of mine...( oldy)

    The scanner is FUBAR so won't be posting today..
    Can someone give me piointers as to what I should do to better my coloring ....

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    Nice stuff Mehran not a fan of the anime but really really like your studies and rendering

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    These tutorials have helped me (Albeit not much, but they're nice tutorials and very well done): http://gunnerromantic.deviantart.com

    Just look through her gallery to find the 3 tutorials.

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    hey your traditional art studies are really nice, like someone said earlier, theyll pay off in the long run.......speaking of which, i think im gonna start and work on the basics again as well......good job

    "your never as good......and your never as bad.....as you think"
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    Some nice stuff, but I will still highly recommend going and working the foundations as I said in the previous, you need to take that next level up or else you will become stunted and bored.

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    These are great. My favorite is the start up screen picture. My only criticism would be the use of a dark outline against realistic shading on the orangutang and the girl with the head wrap. The two styles just don't belong together. I've seen it done by other artists, maybe it's a fad. Why is it done?

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    Wild sketches dude. Love the crazy contrast in ur drawings... shading is nicely done. welcome.

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    Thanx for the replies people : I needed that...
    draw: thanx ...I am not a fan of anime myself but for some odd reason people always say that my stuff looks like Anime..

    Videodragon: thanx buddy....I have saved those tuts on to my disk and will definately follow them in a day or two..

    sajad126: thanx man ...looking forward to see some studies from you too..

    Magic Man: Sure thing !! ALL the stuff above are oldies.. I just wantd to show everyone some of my best stuff...But am doing regular sketching nowadays and most of the time it's anatomical and propotional studies..

    armando: well I do that with almost all of my drawings...But you are right, use of a hard outline with trad-shading does look odd, but only when you are making stuff like children, flowers and other things that have certain amount of tenderness to them. On the other hand I can't agree with you over the "hairy-monkey"... the out lines ARE there but they don't tend to be prominent enough to be noticed...
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    Here are some studies I did last night...
    Wrinkles on face and bonal structure of the skull

    quick sketches..


    I won't go into in-depth muscle study for a dway or two...
    Comments and crits FIRE AT WILL (tell me if you are getting bored of this)

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    Wow. I like your style. I love animal sketches and paints. Just finished a polar bear bear scene on the water so opening up this and seeing the silverback, etc was awesome.

    Keep going!

    Edited to add:

    Haha! Caught you posting. Nice work, again.

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    It's not boring. I'm interested in knowing how and what other people are studying. On the woman with the cape the legs look flat, lines around the knees should overlap. The pose looks awkward, like her torso's staying still but her legs are trying to walk. Is there a specific book or something you're using to study the face?

    Edit: "is this getting boring" , crap were you refering to "fire at will"?

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    definatley get into some more active peices. looks great. your peices and technique really evolve.

    Woodruff

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    Sorry for the late reply people..Been really busiy with my Training..

    Armando: Yes buddy.. i was referrng to the line " fire at will"... Lemme know If it gets boring...(I cuz I just LOVE typing that line)
    On the girl wit the cape....Thanx I 'll remember that the next time I draw a girl. it was intended to be a speed sketch(and with out any reference) ..I guess I don't have the... "Minerals"... to draw a good female body ..Yet!!
    But I will...tobe hones I was making a standing pose than ..I dunno something
    happend and I Ended up with what you on your monitor screen right now.
    really didn't learnt much

    about the facial studies...I am using loomis for Artistic Insides into "how to do(s)" of human anatomy..Apart from that I am using anything that I can get my hands on. Would love it if you would point me towards some good online resources.

    Azeira: Thanx ...I will definately get into some more active peices..
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    I will try to post some work into this post ..Don't havethe scanner at office right now..so I 'll have to wait till I get home...
    thnx agian and stay tuned

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    You can go ahead and keep writing "fire at will", everyone needs a catchphrase. Sorry but I don't know of any online sources for anatomy besides saveloomis.org that everyone knows about, almost all online tutorials are crap. Personally I don't really like Loomis for anatomy, lots of cats rave about him like there on an infomercial, I'm expecting to here someone tell about how he saved their marriage and helped them quit booze. The book I'm using now is "Figure Drawing" by Richard G. Hatton, bought it on amazon.com for $1.50!

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    Armando: Don't mind If I do...
    About loomis..Am going to work out of loomis for at least a month...but as I am going to use other online refs for anatomical study..
    And Thanks for pointing out that book
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    Been almost a weak since the last upadate..
    Here is the stuff that I did over the course of the weak...I also did some more head studies( line flkow and other crap)
    but the scanned images didn't came out that well so Iam posting only these..

    Detials..
    the girl head was done in like 10-15 mns
    the 0ldman took a longer time..I wanted an persian look..It's up to you guys to decide whether I failed at it or not..
    The last head was copied off a wallpaper of (wwe's) steveAustin..( 30 mins)
    A li'l hand study

    "Comments and crits Fire at will"

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    i like ur comic characaters a lot
    keep posting

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