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    My first Digital drawing

    I just bought a wacom pad.And this is my first drawing with it I'm more A pencil and pad type of guy all prob be post more dig drawings in the near futureMy first Digital drawing My first Digital drawing

    Last edited by pharaohhiro; June 10th, 2006 at 12:59 PM.
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    Cheers on your first post and welcome to CA!

    Although I really wish you'd have posted the actual image, vice the thumbnail (I'm sure you can still just replace it in the original post).

    While the lines are nice, the weight and pose are not believable. He should be in the act of falling back and left.

    Interesting stuff, though.

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    wow neat for a first shot! 0__O u just pawned me >_<

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    I reposted the image but I guess I did'nt resize it small enuff.BUt thanks for the comm.Yea I kinda figured the pose was a lil off but u know when u get 75% done its either all or nothing and I did'nt understand the concept of layers yet...I have some pencil drawings I'll post later on..oH yea does anyone know how I would go about doing the sketchbook..

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    I came in here hoping to finally see what a drawing of a Digital looked like, but there's just this weird-lookin' guy hunkered down...

    Puppy chow's right. You gotta twist that dude's right leg outward at the bottom. Nice piece for a first time with a tablet. I haven't had the balls to attempt using mine yet...

    His left glove ...I'm assuming it's a somewhat normal glove in that the black "fingers" at the end have HIS fingers in 'em... If so, his left arm is more than a bit hinkey. It's too long by a good bit and would have to be painfully broken and stretched for his hand to be where it is.

    All in all, it's a nice job. I'd like to see what your pencils and other stuff looks like...

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    "I came in here hoping to finally see what a drawing of a Digital looked like, but there's just this weird-lookin' guy hunkered down..."

    Will that joke ever go out of style? I dont think so.

    Its pretty fresh line but sort of hangs between sketch and rendering; why not sort the posture thing and see how it looks with some colour?

    why cant the future be beautiful babe
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    Nice job for a first attempt.

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