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    Bought a moleskine on the 13th. Its paper crafted by the hands of immortals and made from unicorn horns.
    EDIT - scanned in next post.
    moar anatomy to come.

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    Nice, I detect a touch of Mobius on your later panels.

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    I like the way your rendering is progressing... do try and push those pencils, though, the same way you push your inks and digi work, get those DARKS in there... experiement with a range of graphite, too... 2H on up to the 4Bs and such. DRAW MOAR!


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    hawkwin - hehe thanks for stopping by! Whos/Whats mobius?

    jessi-thanks a bunch!!!

    Quick digi i just did right now.Gotta work more digital.

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    very nice pencils madame !! me loves some moleskin too, so keep it coming !!
    About the digi's, i would work with a bigger brush and play more with the planes :]
    Keep pushing madame !

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    Thanks for stopping by dan! Will do!
    OC with Nov
    mine is hte head with two mouths and the figure on top of it


    skull study today



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    Hey dished. Cool sketchbook.
    I know you have more updates, just talked to Daniel who were doing a OC session with you. He posted the last ones, now you post one

    A suggestion, before rendering, keep it simple, get the basic shape right. The outline will suggest the planes and describe a lot of form. That's why you can tell so much about form just from an outline.
    So keep it simple. make an construction of the head and stick with it until you know how it changes and how the proportions look like.

    Good luck. And Happy New Year!

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    pencilator - Thanks man! I'll work on that. Something I shouldve learned ages ago hehe. THanks again!

    Happy New year folks!
    Heres the oc session with danielc today and the wpe's


    I zipped last night and today's oc sessions :
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    Looking very good dawn !
    Play more with the planes on the skull ! With the correct value on each of them you'll find something very interesting :]
    have fun !!

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    Hey dished! Wow this stuff is looking pretty fresh! Skull turned out pretty nice, I love drawing those things.

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    Skull study looks strong, I think you should take that sort of aim at your other pieces as well, great potential there! Don't forget you can push your values harder, more rendering, darker darks and highlights!

    Time to fill your sketchbook! More updates! :]

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    Dan- THanks man! Yeah good idea Ill through bridgman for that.
    Mike- Heyy long time !thanks! yeah skulls are always fun
    IanE- Thanks for stopping by! I will

    these are all chronological for the most part. These all date from the first week of december to now =]
    the tae kwon do stuff are from a class,sat in my neice and nephews class, and drew little kids who cuold kick my ass with one hit, and the pants are from teen vogue. no. its not my copy.

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    there is a lot of emotions in your characters ...very cool

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    Haha its so much. Good to see you enjoying your Moleskine Now go go fill those pages!

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    I really like your pant studies. Very nice confidant lines.

    Update more!

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    My my! You have been a busy little bee!!!

    Fantastic updates, great body of work, and a big jump from when I last saw you in SF...(god, that was 3yrs ago!)
    One thing tho - try and scan/photograph your pages face on, and adjust the levels a bit it photoshop...also, reduce the size so we can see!!!

    Keep at it petal!

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    Looking good madame !
    try to play around with the planes to get closer to what you're looking for.
    Keep working !

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    Yeah, those Vilppu exercises are very useful. Looking at your gestures, I would say to concentrate on the action lines first, when you sketch you tend to go for the contour lines first. The action lines are the implied lines that move through limbs, and any objects that have obvious length, they're also implied whenever there are convex contours.
    Linear direction tends to be ambiguous, but the figure can specify the direction by the sense of muscle action, I mean to say that 'if an arm is extended then I know that it's moving forward because the tris and shoulders are active, I know there's a twist in a specific direction because one of the obliques is active.' A good example of it is in Michelangelo's "the temptation and the fall of man", you can tell where everyone's moving by the use of muscle cues, and the clarity of his linear arrangement.
    Lines are are also implied as acting on contours, the arrow is the perfect example of it ------->, I know that arrows moving to the right because I follow the line through it's effect on the line at the end, which is being bent by it's force.
    The kid's left arm and right torso work like the arrow. Also clarified formal directions by using Vilppu's tools.

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    Hey Dished, it is a pleasure meeting you these last couple of weeks at the CA open figure session. Boy have you come along ways from page one to page three!! I would say keep doing studies and drawing the figure like you have been doing. And congrats on finishing the moleskin you showed me saturday morning. I look forward to your next update. And if you're not there next Saturday I am certain i will see you here on the forums well i'm off to bed. Safe travels and take care.

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    like the pen drawings, and good art tonight in oc, will be sending you the WPE when I wake up, if your online. and dont forget to stop by my book now!

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    I miss scanners here are some i did today in starbucks. Cept for the Alien and the Sp. I just worked on those a bit more.

    Hyver - Moleskine FTW! thanks for stopping by.
    iceman - thanks !!
    Molly - ee! sorry about that, photoshop bloopers! Thanks Get on msn sometime :p heheh.
    Dan - Thanks !!! Didnt realise how important those were.. lol
    armando - thank you sooo much for that paint over! Ive been working on that more,and its making things a lot easier !
    ashrumm - heyy! likewise! see you again...whenever that will be. thanks for stopping by! update your sb pwease?
    jamie - thanks man!! we should OC more.

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    Nice stuff Dish, keep it coming, and push that mechaman piece, real potential.. ;-)

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    Girl keep it up...!! I.e. keep updating. ><

    Can't give real crits yet, just.. keep studying.

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    RandAlThor - I tried! and got bored with it! maybe ill do another hehe. Thank you!
    Frans - Thanks man!

    Just a few...

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    Dished, when you sketch dump, you ain't playing around! Hooooleee. That was a lot, but great work nonetheless!
    Keep this up miss.

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    seage- haha thanks man!

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    awesome sketches, i like your style of lighting and texturing. Try pushing the envelope by creating more dynamic figures

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    Heyya ! \o/ **dropping by** Greetings from Malaysia.Cute six eyed greeny monsta !

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