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Thread: Jen Zee's Geoduck Love Sketchbook - update July 20th! Back in action!

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    Jen Zee's Geoduck Love Sketchbook - update July 20th! Back in action!

    Ok so it's not actually about Geoduck loving, but I do love dem Geoducks!

    Never really had a sketchbook before :9. This is a good habit for me!

    Thanks for looking, critting and taking my sweet poll!

    //Dec 3rd - Wow! I can't believe people prefer "YES" to "NO" so very much! Can't say no to anything can you guys :d?
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    Some random doodles + batgirl Cassie Cain, and Char from Mobile Suit Gundam (WIP)....

    Edit// Moved the ones from post 1 to this one... so I can change that darned thumbnail thingie!
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    Interesting color scheme on the heads, it's more successful on the alien/fairy head, there's more of that orange sweetening it up... I suppose the words are it has a warmer tone. I like the female head but not so much the profile male? head. Ambiguity is caused by the vertical front of the neck(no adams apple) should be slightly diagonal even if no bump is shown, subtle brow ridge, strong jaw. Also the filtrum is placed slightly off center, it wouldn't be seen from that angle. I really liked your Aludard illustration so I decided to pop in here, you've got skills.
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    Been stalkin ya ever since I saw your colour job for Sam Liu. I love seeing your progress. Keep it up!
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    I love the first one in post 2 it's so pastel O.O
    are the coloured linarts digital or scanned?
    I've seen some of them on your HP already and I'm quite happy you start a SB
    I'll check this out from time to time
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    Awesome start on you sketchbook JenZee! Great lines, beautiful color works, can&#180;t wait to see more! keep it up
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    really got no crits. wonderful linework..
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    beautiful sketches
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    Awesome work. I've looked at your devart gallery, and you've gone from good to amazing in about year. Do detailed backgrounds, like in the Alucard painting, take you a really long time?
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    i really like this.. very nice proportions and pencil work.. keep this up!
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    Another Seatown artist!! Very nice pieces of work. No crits, just hope you update this thread often
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    Wow thanks for the great feedback/crits guys !

    spiffiness - OMFG WOW! I can't believe you know of that little "incident" hahah XD! Wow sweet Sam Liu is definitely the man... That coloring job was horrible XD! Well I mean... I hope I've gotten better since :d.

    Armando - thanks for the crits... I see what you mean, and yeah it does look a little flat... Will definitely keep that in mind in the future!

    darkchild - Woohoo Seatown represent :9!!!!! Thanks !

    silverside - Yessss backgrounds like the Alucard one took me forever... a lot of it having to do with scrapping it over and over again and redoing it. A lot of it also has to do with the fact that I'm pretty new at doing backgrounds in general... most of my artwork before that one have been pretty bland in terms of backgrounds... I'm trying to change that hehe. Gotta work on it!

    Infinit - Thanks! The purple and turquoise girl are both scanned in, the red/other ones are all a combination of a scanned pieces cleaned up/edited digitally .


    Woohoo, two more sketches...

    #1 was me trying to draw Ender Wiggin >_>. From the amazing book Ender's Game that I've just read recently for the first time (I know I'm behind the times). Wowee, I need to practice drawing kids anyway lol. Unfinished, I really want to paint him but I'm too wussy to do it and gain the hate of all Ender's Game fans.

    #2 is ... I don't know. Just bored lol. Little 10 min doodle.
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    Woohoo~ Practice with environmentals... something I really need to work on/don't have much experience with.

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