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October 20th, 2006 #14
Sup bhanu my man! These masterstudies are looking good - really good. I'd advise you to start focusing in particularlar on your technique - how you shade, draw lines, when where. To me, I think your subjects are shaping well, but your technique hasn't been seeing that kind of improvement. I think if you get your technique up to where your subjects are, you'll be churning out some masterful shiznit man.
ciao bro, keep well!
Hide this ad by registering as a memberOctober 21st, 2006 #15
Master's studies are looking great, just don't go berserk with the backgrounds In the one with the girl, that hatching on the background looks very random and distracting. I dig your comic style as well, just darken those outlines to make things pop more.
October 22nd, 2006 #16
About your Bullies, I really think it will benefit from tidying things up a little. At the moment it's really pretty messy (the upper half of the third page in particular - hard to separate the objects/panels from one another), the outlines in general could be more solid, and I also believe that you should make those hands more accurate.
I don't know if this is just a series of rough draft/brainstorming, but I wanted to point out what I think will be helpful because I really think it has a lot of potential. I personally think it's a bold combination of colors, storyboarding and overall presentation. I reckon you got a lot of good ideas in there, the messy colors/outlines (though I still think some tidying up will do it good) link to the mental distress/disorientation really well. The use of school kid writing and first person narrative is also good for engaging the reader.
Just my two cents.
October 23rd, 2006 #17
Thanks a lot for the comments
Diego-thanks for the advice, Well I am trying to bea bit slower.And tones and values need a lot of work too , thanks for reminding me all that.
Demented-Howz my bro doin? thanks for the heavy advice.I am trying to work on my technique and all, but it doesnt much show thru my work.Dunno why , have to wrok harder.
fedezz- thanks for the advice.I just want to let you know I really dig your work too man.Darken the outlines, will do sir.
Jeri- I am thinking of doing cleaner work, was just trying to experiment you know.Well my hands suck, and also that I was using a pen strightforward so I couldnt correct mistakes. Thanks for the kind words too bro .
Okay so I am really loving the watercolor medium, And have been doing some stuff , though just doodles. I wanted to show you guys some of it to get crits but they are too big, so when I get a digi cma , I might .
Now todays update.
Page 3 inked for Bullies
i dont think this will be the final draft , some bad panels are really killing the whole page.
October 27th, 2006 #18
Well todays my Birthday,
Nothing special , the same old things , cept I will hang out with some frends and all.
Not much in the mood of partying either. Dunno,
So today I will update some sketches I did in my science notebook.
I will do some serious updating in a couple a days.
October 27th, 2006 #19
Happy Birfday bro! Cool pen drawings man, real improvement! You're getting there bro, every time you post it looks better and better.
Enjoy your day man, have a good one bro!
October 27th, 2006 #20
October 29th, 2006 #21
Hey guys ,
Demented-Thank you very much.
So today one more page of bullies.
And some random doodling .
Okay so first the doodles 15 mins for both I guess
Bullies Page 3
I will put up the next page in the next few days.
Last edited by bhanu; October 29th, 2006 at 11:45 AM.
October 29th, 2006 #22
hi mate, I notice two things, the comic strips are a lot lower in quality compared to the studies that take a few hours.
What does this say? Quality over quantity is always the best policy.
Going slowly lets you think about what you are doing, lets you see your mistakes a lot more clearly than if you rush. Take things slowly, do the mileage with your pencil and eventually, speed will be the byproduct of sound understanding - it is never the other way around.
Keep up the hard work, m.
November 1st, 2006 #23
Thanks a lot for the comment Magic Man ,
Less Even I think that working longer and slower helps us see our mistakes better. I am trying to work more on longer studies .And Also on slower rendering .I have some studies but they are in early stages , I will try posting them when they are nearer to completion.
So heres the sketch.
SOme coments and crits would be appreciated .Hey they never hurt anybody , do they?
November 3rd, 2006 #24
Ok so todays updates are ,
A render I did in like one hour, size A3 The scanning didnt come out properly.
I dont liek it but I think I gotta do more rendering.
A watercolor peice took 20 mins or so.
I am still learning , some pointers with watercolors would be really helpful.
COmments and critique would be appreciated.
November 6th, 2006 #25
November 6th, 2006 #26Originally Posted by bhanu
ciao man, proud of you!