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    hayeske sketchbook (updated September 19)

    Well, I've been on here for awhile, and I am finally going to attempt to put a small sketchbook together. I don't have a tablet yet, so everything is the good ol' pencil or ballpoint pen on paper or vellum. Let me know what you think. Half of these were done at work while looking at movie websites, so you may halfway recognize some of the people (but maybe not...rendering isn't that great).

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    hayeske sketchbook (updated September 19)
    tech pen

    hayeske sketchbook (updated September 19)
    acrylic on canvas

    Last edited by hayeske; August 31st, 2005 at 10:34 AM.
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    Really nice pen work! You know your stuff!
    And that Eastwood portrait is really nice too!

    Will be nice to see more from you!



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    Thanks Flaskpost, I appreciate any comments. Hopefully I'll get off of my ass and draw some more. I got addicted to a online RPG, Adventure Quest. Anyone play it? It's like a drug: I know I shouldn't do it, but I have to.

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    New Stuff. I may have picked up a Frito-Lay contract for drawing Chester Cheetah for promotional things. I know it's not that sexy of a job, but it'll put that green in my back pocket. Here are a couple sketches I did. And the scanner I use sucks!
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    Hey man, nice SB start.
    Well, first of all I like to recomend you to have a look at some anatomy books, that's always a good start. Allso try drawing stuff from life like people, animals, building, etc..
    Other than that it's just drawing in general that cary you forward.
    Btw, loved the eastwood painting.
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    Hey hayeske, nice stuff you got here! You ain't a half bad at this stuff! I envy your hand drawings, they're so good. And as everyone else has said, the Clint painting Just study some more on the ol' anatomy. And nice start to ideas for Chester Cheetah.
    ~Lover~

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    nice nice.. you are doing fantastic!
    im going to check in here often!
    killer stuff man!

    good luck

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    Tigermilk: Yeah, I need to stop drawing so many freakin' muscles on everyone. There's alot I need to work on....especially hair and women in general
    Lover: Thanks for the input! I'll be honest: I really can't draw hands unless they are rendered. I try and draw them comic book style and I can't. ARGH!
    wakazou: Thanks for the encouragement!
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    Any suggestions for scanning? These are losing so much detail.

    Last edited by hayeske; September 16th, 2005 at 09:43 AM.
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    Here's a couple sketches I did this weekend while watching football. I never never draw women, so I thought I'd try. My wife has magazines galore, so I referenced from one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hayeske
    Here's a couple sketches I did this weekend while watching football. I never never draw women, so I thought I'd try. My wife has magazines galore, so I referenced from one.
    you're married at twenty-five?

    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder Doom
    "You can do whatever you want son, I couldn't possibly be anymore ashamed of you than I already am."

    That what my father told my when I was ten and I told him I wanted to be an artist when I grew up.
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