Quincer- my man, I've been drawing for years and i've felt the same way about some of my stuff. I just bust-ass until i get it right or walk away from a piece for a while and then go back to it later. I also take my sketchbook "almost" everywhere I go. I try to knock out at least two pages in it a day.-but all in all just keep drawing man.
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Sorry I havent posted in a while I've been super busy. But, I'm bringing alot to the table this time. So, let me know whats on your brain.
-thanx for viewing-
here's a little something new....
great stuff man. I gotta say that my favorite is the first pic, the pencil one of the bird people. You also have a really diverse range of styles, i dig. and props to those whose first love be comics.
wompley-thanks man, comics were the first thing that got me into art. I saw your stuff as well, and damn dude that's some nice stuff.
here are some newbies-
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til next time
Digi sketch page
I decided that I was gonna do one digi sketch page bi-weekly just to practice and goof around.
really nice stuff u got goin on here. your penciling work extremely well done. Your digitals however seem to lack a lot of the tonal control in your pencils. This one: http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/3083/witchit1.jpg is a good example of what i mean. I'm no expert on this, but i just feel that something was lost from pencil sketch to digital version. keep on truckin.
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--- Frank Herbert, Dune - Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear
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ArtZealot: Thanks for the view, you're right I didnt stick tothe pencils as much as I should've, although there was alot that I wanted to change in the process. Also there's alot I wish I could've kept, like the thicker hair, the wiskers over the upper lip and the scar which runs over the top of the head and over her right eye.
thank you again ArtZealot your crit was helpful
Gary, cool stuff. You can use work in a couple of areas, but who can't. It will come with discipline and time. Good luck with publishing thye comic. Drop me a line if and when it happens and I will pick up a copy.
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Wow man, I'm really loving these...
My fav is this one:
The guy's pose is great, he really looks like he's just floating there, tell me, did you draw him right side up and then just turn him upside down? Or did you just paint him as is?
I'd expect it'd be a tad bit more difficult to do it upside down.
Really inspiring. Keep it up!
drd:-thanks for the props dude, in this piece http://features.cgsociety.org/galler...5644_large.jpg I drew the whole thing by hand, the only time i drew it right side up was when I was sketching out the figure. And you're right, it is difficult as hell to do so.
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