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Like what I'm seeing as usual.
Toothbrush picture: too much lazy scrubbing and fake "impressionism"... not enough intense observation and precise drawing. Gotta be much more sensitive on the drawing. You can get beautiful lines with a toothbrush. Think about every stroke before you put it down on paper. Variety in the line. And don't forget about the dark and light pattern either. You piece is very patchy in terms of the blacks. And think about dynamic composition, diagonals not horizontals and verticals. Dynamic balance. Especially in the foreground. You keep on making your foreground horizontal. The eye should zig zag into a picture from the foreground, not hit into a eye-blocking horizontal first thing. Leave a path for the eye to enter.
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I'm on it Kev, but you'll have to be patient with me as I'm moving this weekend.
excellent control. Just for variety's sake have you considered comic proportions as far as head heights?
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Nice. I like your style and you got solid skills what it comes to drawing humans. I also think that its good that you dont hesitate to show rougher sketches. They might help other CA members like me, so thanks for sharing.
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Awesome MGS3 drawings! And verything else... it's awesome aswell
Love your style, keep drawing
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good old school art man nice pencils and inks....keep the good work comin'
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Here is a brief dump of some of the stuff I've been hacking away at. Not much but I'm still trying to Keep it Real and sketch when I have a second.
The last one is a collaborative piece I did with a guy by the name of Bibi. I penciled it and he painted it.
Thanks to every body for posting and taking a look.
Tmza: glad you like the roughs. I too find it extremely helpful to see how others do it and their process. no matter how ugly.
Geartrooper: Thanks for poppin in. All I ever did for years was comic proportions and now I've been focusing on a more "realistic" approach. I'll dig around and see what I can come up with.
Kevferrera: I haven't forgotton your challenge Sensei, I'm just warming to it.
Last edited by Wheeljack18; November 8th, 2007 at
I can see alot of improvement, which is cool to see> The last peace you did with colour is nice and subtle. Colours match you line art, good stuff.
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Hey Cold, it's always nice to hear that there is improvement going on. The last piece was not colored by myself. It was a collaborative with another guy but thanks all the same.
Where have I been?
Anyways, here is a dump of more stuff. Still plugging away here but....
You have a really great style, and you character designs are strong, they show alot of expression, your line quality/cross-hatching is also very nice. Keep it coming!
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Here is another installment.
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