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    Dustin Walker's Sketchbook!

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    My name is Dustin Walker and I'm 2(6) years old, my focus is to kick ass, study and paint.

    Hopefully I'll be able to actually get a start freelancing in the coming years.

    Any crits and comments are appreciated, thanks for stopping by.

    6/2012I lost 2 Years worth of images to a webhost going down, forgive me, I probably wont reupload any of that junk
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    first welcome to CA
    ok my crit
    learn the anatoym of the face
    The eyes are too small and too far apart and the nose too low from the eyes
    the mouth is too close to the nose
    keep trying
    practive is everything

    here are some loomis anatomy links
    http://www.fineart.sk/index.php?s=16&cat=14

    main page http://www.fineart.sk/index.php?cat=1
    figures http://www.fineart.sk/index.php?cat=12

    hope i help
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    Thank you for the comment I appreciate it. I will be sure to practice facial anatomy That seems like a huge weak point for me, I'll post another face tonight if I have time.
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    Heres some more artwork , tell me what you think these are just sketches.



    photoshop -sketching i guess , kinda old.
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    Hey everyone , This a new sketch I did in photoshop. Tell me what you thing, if you think i should paint over it or if i should color under the lines.

    Ahhh
    here it is
    note. My friends said that he would look like a bad ass if he had stubble so I blessed him with it.
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    I agree about the stubble. Congrats on the new SB. Your drawings posted here thus far happen to all be fun stuff like ppl and mechs, but I recommend forcing yourself to spend more time drawing from life. If you're looking to catch up a bit to where you wish you were by now, objects, scenes, and people from life (in person and in 3d) are a fantastic way to go.

    Keep it up!

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    This is another sketch done up in photo shop, trying to examine how I draw hands and faces with no reference , then I go back and compare them to actual anatomy , havent done it with these yet , but tell me what you think.

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    Heres a new sketch , Its supposed to be a depiction of Satan "kinda" or maybe some other kind of falling angel.
    does anyone have any reference photos of someone standing similar , Ive looked it up but im not exactly sure what im looking for,

    This is really sketchy and I drew all of his anatomy with no reference , so incase you notice a major flaw please tell me.

    let me know if its too big as well.
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    This isnt finished , Some mothra movie was on t.v it reminded me of godzilla so I drew this. I got bored after about an hour and quit. I'll probably finish it sometime.

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    hi!
    I like your sketchbook, also if it seems (just my opinion) a little "unmature" (I am not sure about the word, forgive me for the bad english). I really think that you should stop to sketch directly on photoshop and do it with pencil on paper. When you'll have more sure use of lines and anatomy you couls sketch directly on photoshop. Color... it come later, because it's simple to think that color adjust a not perfect artwork... but it doens't work! So.. spend more time possible drawing from life or from photo reference, pencil, pencil and pencil, and later... scan and photoshop. My two cents.

    PS: Continue to post, I really think that post on sketchbook thread make us better artist!

    PPS: Are you sure that so little wings are good for your subjects? I mean... maybe are better big wings then so short and cute little wings!
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    Why do you think my sketches are Immature? I am only 20 years old but I guess you never lose some tastes.

    I'll probably never stop drawing sweet robots and stuff.

    I suppose I could spend more Time sketching with pencil alot of my problems come from being too broke to buy art supplies. I feel I'm improving faster as I sketch in photoshop,I guess thats just me though although my art line art is much better on paper.

    Do you think its a good to have a "blind" coordination with my pen/pencil as I've learned through my tablet? I wonder if its hurting my growth.
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    Koa, what I wrote was not offensive, if it seems so, forgive me. I only wrote immature like artlines, compposition, colors and specially anatomy. It was not about YOU Ok?
    well... about tablet... I use it evey day, but I still think that for sketch is better (specially at beginning) a simple pencil on paper, and drawing, drawing, drawing.
    My personal opinion is that it's NOT true that artist improve himself faster with tablet. And I think that this is also the most common opinion here on forum.
    Maybe for you it'll be different, I don't know. I like your style, your idea, but your art seems still as embrional level, I am sure you'll realize that when compare it with professional works (not mine, for sample) And now... when your next update?
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    Oh I know , Don't worry I wasn't offended at all. Im glad you are trying to help me I appreciate it.

    Im going to try to update tonight maybe with some pencil work.
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