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    Wolfbane's creative endeavors

    Here's my doodles and unfinished drawings, and ofc quick sketches. I know some of the cartoon concepts are a bit childish, but hey, im 14, guess i havent lost my inner child yet

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    Here's a comic concept, its mostly based on guns, adventures and animal channel.

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    Here's some facial expressions

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    Here's a mous concept for the same cartoon. (if uv read Maus, ud recongnize the style, sorry Spiegelman)

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    Here's a wolf concept (guess what, same cartoon)

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    Here's a demon guy with a big ass laser gun.

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Hey, nice stuff!
well, try smaller images, cause those images took a hell of a time to load
, but what you have is nice. biggest problem would be the anatomy I guess
but your hands look good!
keep it up dude!
(btw:Im 14 too)
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    This is a WWI concept i did for school

    The upper one is a british attack on a trench filled to the brim with angry germans!!

    The second one is a destroyed town somewhere in europe.

    And the third one is a pic thats supposed to resemble the life in the trench
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    Dude, those 12 yr old sketches are insane. Reference, i'm guessing? Either way, awesome!
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    For being 14, these aren't too bad. Start studying anatomy now...and you will rock at it when you get older. The more time you can dedicate to studies, the better off you will be, the earlier you start, the better. I can see areas of where you are struggling a bit in drawing. Your line work is a bit scratchy and not confident. For your age, your stuff is good, if you are really serious about art and can start doing studies, your stuff will be very good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Asoir
    Reference, i'm guessing?
    nope, no reference just a pic with a guy wearing a gasmask. Btw, thanks for ur advise Smith, im a fan of ur artwork, ur artwork looks amazing And as u might or not suspected iv allready studied lots of my dads anatomy books, so im still learning (thats how i made it this far), but ill keep studying until one day i might even b as good as u Smith (not likely, cuz thats allmost physicaly impossible, but hell il give it a shot)
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    I really like the monkey studies, reminds me of simpons and family guy. I do agree about doing anatomy studies and to start learning the figure more, for a 14 year old these look pretty good.
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    Here´s some of my recent anatomy sketches. I studied the book called "Anatomy for the Artist" writen and drawn by Jenö Barcsay.


    Arms

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    Facial

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    Body

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    Torso

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    nice
    your older drawings are looking good.your studies have so much depth and understanding.Quite impressive.
    Keep it up.
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    Here´s two drawings that i did a year back now, when i was 13.
    All done with colour- and grey pencils.

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    Here´s some more Anatomy sketches i made.

    The knee and its movements
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    Some rough hand sketches
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    PS: don´t b shy posting ur impressions, please, i love to hear some more responds
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    Very good work sir !
    Those studies lok great, keep doing em and use them as much as possible.
    Also try a bit cross-hatching your shapes. Its a pretty good way to see the forms of your subjects.
    Anyway, keep it up !
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    hey, i like the thorough study of the knee, it shows u not only that you're interested in how they look, but how they work aswell which is nice to see, keep it up!
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