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    some other stuff, the 'real pencil' in painter is pretty nice to use. shame it is buggy otherwise.

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    a doodle,

    I made steps, how presumptious of me that somebody would care to see them, but there you go, I'm feeling brave!

    looks like i work too dark until the last minute!

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    Nice to see some line drawings here...so Painter's pencil, which version are you using? I agree that it looks pretty good, like working over textured paper with the blunt edge of a pencil when shading there.


    You definitely have the knack for making creepy bug critters though. I will now shudder and go update me book.
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    Hey, nice sketchbook... Really cool texture on that gold, space suit, alien guy, too.
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    @iolarnula - painter XI, it has a new kind of pencil and other dry media, they tilt nicely like a real pencil and make a wider, graded line.
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    one of my dogs, for no reason

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    some drawings, not been much lately as things are difficult right now.

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    had a play with artrage, its wierd but somehow fun. have to think differently a bit.

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    hi there, nice monsters, one thing could be that you could paint over the black lines in enviroment, it tends to distrack the viewer too much
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    General Ackbar? Heh. That's an adorable dog by the way.

    Something is missing in the environment there, needs to have a definite focal point, at the moment everything in the foreground is more or less detailed at the same level and looks a bit flattened-out.
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    good point

    the pillar should have had some designs on it and become the focus, but i ran out of steam.

    the last few months have been a very strange time and I was just pleased to make anything at all. Thanks for the crit, I should address this next time I get a bit of creative juice.
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    Damn, those creatures looks so awesome! looking forward for more!
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    I have been having a tough time lately - not an excuse, just how it is, but today I felt inspired to restart the engine and start to knock the rust off of all that machinery once more.

    So I dug up the 3ch and edited one of the themes a bit and made myself a platter of topics to draw. Something comfy and familiar for me and hopefully fun and maybe even productive?

    So here's an hour of doodling on the first few this morning:

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    Cool insects. Diggin the first two. Any plans to work on those anymore? Looking forward to seeing more.
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