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    Rampage's Sketches

    I haven't posted for a whil in these forums and my first thread probably made me off as kind of a jerk for not wanting critiques. This time around though any and all critiques are welcome. I have to get used to it since I'm going through college right now to be a video game concept artist.

    This is all stuff I've done in the past couple of days. I'm still messing around with different styles and stuff. I notice I'm still having some problems with proportions which I'm trying to correct. I haven't drawn in around three months (my mom got seriously hurt so I took a quarter off from school to take care of her. I guess I still should have been drawing though ) so I'm a bit rusty.

    Hopefully I'll have something new to post every couple days. It doesn't come near the quality of art most of the poeple post here (you guys are f-ing amazing!) but I'd just like to share.

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    I have a quick question. I've been trying to color in some of my stuff using Photoshop CS2 and I can't seem to get anywhere near the results you guys get. I noticed a lot of you talk about those wacom tablets. I'm using just a regular mouse right now so I think that may be my problem. Do guys think a wacom tablet is a must for digital painting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rampage99
    I have a quick question. I've been trying to color in some of my stuff using Photoshop CS2 and I can't seem to get anywhere near the results you guys get. I noticed a lot of you talk about those wacom tablets. I'm using just a regular mouse right now so I think that may be my problem. Do guys think a wacom tablet is a must for digital painting?
    Get one as fast as you can and start getting into real trouble Good start here dude, nice line work - start hitting the anatomy books as hard as can. Keep it up and yeah take the crits with an open mind.

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    Thanks for the advice. Proportions are definately my weak point. I'll have to really start focusing on that. I'll also look into the wacom tablet. Thanks again

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    Yay! I got a Wacom tablet! I just didn't realize how much I suck at colors to begin with, lol. I've always hated colors and painting in general. Oh well... here's my first attept so far at a digital painting-

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