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November 27th, 2005 #1
Waruwari's Practice Sketch Thread [Update 01/03]
I'm gonna make a new sketchbook when i think i've made a drastic improvement. so here ya go.
Last edited by Waruwari; January 3rd, 2006 at 03:59 PM.
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November 28th, 2005 #3
Give the people what they want. ^_^
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November 28th, 2005 #5
Thanks. I'll update as soon as I can
December 2nd, 2005 #6
<= attempts digital painting by mouse
took about half an hour.
December 2nd, 2005 #7Registered User
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nice drawings...she looks pretty good, and that digital sketch...it's pretty tight...is it a turbo jet train?
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hello Waruwari, some nice intresting stuff here, maybe with your pencils you could try getting a little more value in, more darks etc, keep it up
December 2nd, 2005 #9
Thanks I'll keep em coming
December 5th, 2005 #10
Sry about the lack of good poses, and the similiarity in the too, I did them at seperate times so they came out all wacked. And I need some help with the gun...
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December 5th, 2005 #12
not a bad start, now try to vary your contrast
don't just stick to HB, play with 4h up to 5b
keep em comming
December 10th, 2005 #13
more sketchy stuff
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December 16th, 2005 #17
Straight Up Doodle
December 17th, 2005 #18
whoaa!! careful with the smudging! smudging is good for estblishing values but only if your going over it again with crosshatchings but dont go overboard with it.
i dont know how old you are so i dont know if what im going to say will either insult or motivate you but i hope you take it as a constructive critiques and hope youll take it as just that.
there is alot of work you need to do if you want to reach the standards of the pros here. and when i say alot, i eally just mean an idea of anatomy, value, rendering and form and drawing drawing drawing.
its grea that you are sketching and you will only get better with the more you do, thats whats so great about art, the more you do the better you get .
keep working, get anatomy books, study the pros and the classics, and when i mean pros, i dont mean the ppl in this site i mean the real big dogs: dean cornwell, norman rockwell, steven assael, ingres, bourgereau, waterhouse, sargent, sorolla,alma-tameda, jc leyendecker, charles dana gibson, frank frazetta (the father of conceptart).
you will learn alot about these masters and hopefully gain alot of information on how they solve visual problems.
remember to keep working hard, art is never easy
December 17th, 2005 #19
Need to fix up the lines
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December 27th, 2005 #22
I need some tips for character/concept design...are there any processes as to how it should be done?
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December 29th, 2005 #25Registered User
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girl with armourd boobs is my fav
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June 5th, 2006 #28
Nice work, sorry I havent posted earlier. I can definitely see an improvement throughout your thread. As far as character creation goes, I'm not too good at that. However, what I normally do is just doodle some shapes and other meaningless stuff untill i see something that I think i could use in a character concept, or I just see a waste of paper... But anyway, keep em comin.