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    Yay, crits make me happy. Thanks for all of that Anthis! I'll look into the legs of the APC pilot. As for pelvises, I should definitely do some studies. I really feel that that is the part of the human body I'm having the most difficulty with at this point

    humanNature: Absolutely. Sorry if I didn't specify credit enough. I'm not going to publish the book or anything, though.

    Here's a little thing I started today. GOnna work more on it, but now it's movie-time

    edit: Gah, needs longer upper arm, no? Why do I always spot these things after I upload them?
    Oh, and this is from reference (obviously).
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    Gotten a little further...
    Quote Originally Posted by Shakespeare
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    So, I just got my Copic Sketch markers that I ordered from the states. Here's my very first drawing using these markers to colour. As you'll probably notice, this was more of a test of different techniques and whatnot than a serious drawing. I love the markers and how they handle, but I've realized I made a huge mistake when choosing my colours. Turns out all my grays are way too dark. I'll see if I can find some lighter grays here in Norway (moving to the capital this summer, yay), 'cause I don't really want to order from the US again due to the shipping costs. Oh well. I'll keep experimenting with these in the meantime, I've already learnt a lot of stuff from this one.
    Quote Originally Posted by Shakespeare
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    As is the osprey to the fish, who takes it
    By sovereignty of nature.
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    Nice to see you still going strong Hai! I'm getting back there, thanks for the support. I'd love to see that digital ref lady finished, you're on the right track there. Also, nice washes. I like the brown tones in particular, reminds me of a certain swedish artist doing work for the Mutant PNP rgp games. Look em' up, beautiful illustrations.
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    Thanks Chewster. Yeah I'll work more on the digital study. I just need to find my photoshop cd and reinstall it first. I formatted my pc, you see.

    another marker test and some concepts for my apc pilot.
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    Some more doodling.

    If the answer is infinite light, why do we sleep in the dark?
    Quote Originally Posted by Shakespeare
    I think he'll be to Rome
    As is the osprey to the fish, who takes it
    By sovereignty of nature.
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    Just doodlin' away...
    Quote Originally Posted by Shakespeare
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    Did some outdoor sketching today.
    Quote Originally Posted by Shakespeare
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    By sovereignty of nature.
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    I'm in the middle of an arts and crafts exam right now... Here's what I've got so far. Don't worry about the girl, I'm redoing her.
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    Hai, it's aweseom to see you have been keeping at it man. My suggestion is to go lighter on the lines that you usually like to draw with so that when you got something that you think you are happy with you can do stronger, longer and more confident lines that look more like this here. i love that one.

    Also, using markers you have to go from light to dark (as you have probably discovered by now) and the type of paper that you use makes a huuuuuge difference in the outcome of the colours.

    Keep it up man!
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    PJ, dude, so glad to have you back here, man. I get what you're saying about the lines.

    Also, using markers you have to go from light to dark (as you have probably discovered by now) and the type of paper that you use makes a huuuuuge difference in the outcome of the colours.
    No shit!

    Not much drawing going on lately, which is a shame. But I've been busy with other stuff, like work. Anyway, here's and update I'm kinda happy about. I'm pretty pleased with the stylization of this one, although the knee might have gotten a little small. Sorry about the quality... really wish I had an A3 sized scanner.

    Edit: Also, thanks to Daryl Mandryk and Alien1452, without whom this drawing would never had been concieved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakespeare
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    Now THAT is some real improvement! Do the drawing justice Anders and add a piece of paper at the bottom and finish the drawing. Your composition skills will come but for now some drawings deserved to be finished and this one is one of them!
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    I think my three star rating is turning most potential viewers away... Think I should abandon this sketchbook and start a new one to escape the stars?

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    Do the drawing justice Anders and add a piece of paper at the bottom and finish the drawing. Your composition skills will come but for now some drawings deserved to be finished and this one is one of them!
    Yeah, I know what you mean. Only problem is it was done on a special type of paper for acrylics. Not too sure about mixing paper types... Either way, I can't get to the drawing right now. Moved to the capital to start my game design bachelor Anyway, I do get your point. Maybe I'll do something about it some time when I'm home.

    Finally managed to do some sketches, it's been far too long. Also picked up some lighter grey markers here in Oslo, yay.
    Quote Originally Posted by Shakespeare
    I think he'll be to Rome
    As is the osprey to the fish, who takes it
    By sovereignty of nature.
    SSG
    Anthis Dizon Angel Intheuk Zou Crane Hai
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