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    Drawing from life!

    Ok I am trying to keep myself motivated, so another attempt at a sketchbook.

    Drawing from life!
    A C.H.O.W that I never entered.

    Drawing from life!

    Drawing from life!

    Drawing from life!
    Here is a drawing I Did at Body Worlds. If you ever get a chance to see this exhibit, be prepared to draw. I drew a 6 week old baby. Awesome; I just wished I could have drawn more but it was so crowded, I couldn't really see anything. I went to see it on the last day. The museum was holding a marathon showing all night long, I drew this at three in the morning. The lines were horrendous.

    Thanks Luna
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    Still trying

    I'm not exactly sure how this attachment thing works but here we go. Some drawings I have been working on, one from the Museum and 1 from my head

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    Good stuff here, got good anatomy in your pics. The first pic reminds me of the kraken god off of HellBoy the Movie. Looks awesome, also like the lizard. Keep postin.

    My Sketchbook- C&C very welcome
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    went on a cruise

    I went on a cruise for the new year. I took my new moleskin what a greaty sketchbook it pretty much handles everything. Here are some quick sketches and water colors of maimi were we sailed off and some drawings inside and outside of the ship.

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    still at it

    I am still trying to keep a sketchbook but with a full time job and getting married; well it's hard, any way enough babble here is some sketches of my dog, just trying to do art" the sketches kinda went there own way and became unexpected surprises.

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    here is an oldie

    here is something that i did for another forum. I did a line drawing and a value study, than a color study. basically they turned these little rabbits into killing machines. They grab onto your legs with there little claw paws and blow holes in your legs with their mouth cannons.
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    some practice

    here is some practice stuff, trying to warm up by drawing my hand, taking my sketch book outside just trying to stay active. also here is a still life I worked on first a line drawing using different weights, than a value study of the same still life. I need a better scanner.

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    Nice work, never seen your pad before. I think the characters are right on, esspecially that star wars looking digi painting, nice textures on that. Keep it up!

    To answer your question, I use micron pen and dip pens, usually micron and a thin brush.

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    frank

    Frankenstein ,,,,__ bride of frankenstein, i know kinda corny.

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    You've some nice studies going on here. The last on's got me smiling, though the extra treatment of the lips and the earring go over the top. Like the third one from the firtst post too.

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    you've got cool creatures here! i also like your still life-s! keep it up
    Incessant Doodlings of a Wandering Mind (my sketchbook)
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    "Only the mediocre are always at their best."-Jean Giraudoux

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    mmm great pencil studies here
    but u should work on color more and be carefull of high saturation u must have cold desaturated tones too
    keep em posting

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    long time

    Boy its been too long but I'm still at it; here are some sketchbook stuff frogs mostly, Also a colored one!!!

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    Great sketch book.
    Lots of flavors.


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