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    jubilee's scribbles, NMCB & DSG entries.

    ok I tried this last year and it fell apart due to time constraints. lets try this again

    brief bio : did a considerable amount of artwork in my youth but it fell away when I graduated HS. I hadnt drawn much more than a doodle for 17 yrs until picked digital art up about 3 yrs ago again but I felt that my sketching was suffering considerably.

    I am in the process of scanning in my current stuff

    soOOOOooo...

    starting with some of last yrs stuff..

    most are done with some kind of ref.. some arent.

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    good start, keep working on those faces, the last one is the nicest.

    Take care
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    hey thanks to you both! it feels really good to put pencil to paper again

    skip one year ahead now present day skritches.


    these were over the course of the week. 30 min sketches

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    of course my kids hand me stuff and demand I draw it. these turned out pretty well I think

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    some found object work

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    couple of silly things

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    if these happen to be red x's please check back. my site is due for some downtime this weekend.
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    Never put the name of the person by their picture, in order to show confidence in your ability. Studying perspective helps clean up and focus your drawings, I think that's where everyone starts. Is Jubilee a reference to X-men?, if it's not then you've got a cool name.
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    lol guess that shows two ways of thinking I put the names there so *I* dont forget who the pics are sposed to be months later. My short term memory aint what it used to be *wry smile* In either case though I'll drop the names from the scans.

    -armando : yup its the x-men name . Its also a play off my real name (Julie) people in my life have nicknamed me. I've been called jubilee, jellybean and dewey (which I really hated).

    gonna add a few of the things I've colored from the New Media Coloring Book here (in order of date completed):

    2004

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    scanned in and smudged a bit in painter around the eyes and lips.

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    more life drawing sketches. can you tell I hate hands and feet? its mittens and socks all around.

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    the first 7 of my 100 feet for the Hitting 100 challege in WIPs. so I can do something besides socks

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    Nice start to your sketchbook. I would have to say to practice your anatomy, structure, form, all that stuff. Some of your faces have a slant to them, too. Other than that I think that you have some really good stuff here. The elf head is particularly nice.
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    I noticed that and it really bugged me. I think it had something to do with the way I was holding my sketchbook. they looked perfectly fine until I set them down. I've shifted to laying on the floor (I have no desk to speak of ehehe) and since then I think they've improved.

    another cute and fluffy thing. I promise I'll start drawing slimy half rotting things eventually
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    - armando : my web service has been really unpredictable this week for some reason. though they seem to be working now.

    - that fat kid : I could never get used to an easel. My HS had a couple to use for oil and acrylic practice and I just couldnt keep my hand at that perpendicular angle for that long. But oh I had a really nice drafting table once. Got sold during one of our moves. As for the pup, yeah I probably used at least a 4B. I have a buffet of pencils I like to use. I used anything from an H to a 5B on this next one of my 100 feet.

    This would be my thirteenth foot. that sounds omnious right? Well its better than half rotting. Its entirely desiccated

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    DSG 918 (animal version of 'terminator' skeletal structure) ... which was very very late

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    nice stuff here jubilee !

    i really like your faces, studies and life drawings. Really like that last update

    Keep it up!
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