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    Im afraid I cant see anything

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    Now you should...

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    New sketches_update2

    Hi there, again some new sketches. Enjoy. And hit me with critics plz.
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    HEy deodatus !
    Good stuff.
    But i think you could work more on the faces. they lack a bit compared to the attention you give to the composition.
    Also, some value studies would really give you tips on how the shade and give depth to your characters. Especially looking at the robot.
    Anyway, as long as you're keeping your sb updated everything should do fine =)

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    2 Planches/ Pages_ worked out

    Hey,
    Those two pages I made Last year and still representative for my main drawings. Could have been the start of a new story I was gonna make...

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    Phukin nice start to your s.b. Although a bit graphic that last set was really nice. You seem to have a good grasp of ship design and mechanics, just keep working with your human anatomy, some of the proportions seem a bit off (like the shape and size of her legs in the last peice). Keep posting!!

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    some anatomy studies...

    Hey, thx for the critics. Trying to improve my anatomy skills little by little. Some more sketches from yesterday. Still need a lot of practice on the hip, feet and hands... I 'll make some more later on.

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    That first image really made me want to stop and look, keep them coming.

    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    Concept_speeder + pilot

    I made this vehicle and its pilot for something like a race-kinda-game. I try to make a lot of diferent ones; it would keep me practising anatomy and perspctive. And might come in handy some time.

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    More anatomy studies

    Some more anatomy studies I made this evening...

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    Good good good !!
    .. bon depuis que tu comprends le francais, vais pas me gener
    Continues les etudes d'anatomie, tu peux en tirer que du bon.
    N'hésite pas non plus a utiliser les methodes the loomis pour ce qui est de plans et autres pouvant aider à comprendre le corps humain.
    Le post d'hier est vraiment reussit.
    T'arretes pas !!

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    Connait pas; methodes de loomis. Jvais voire un coup ce que je peux en faie. Merci pour le conceil.
    I'll check it out. Thx.

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    psssst http://www.fineart.sk/show.php?w=940
    C'est pas à prendre à la lettre, mais au moins tu pourrais avoir une autre approche pour tes personnages... si tu veux =)

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    Some old skool graphic experiments

    I made those ones today and last week on plastic and copper. Nice techniques to try out. I like te Low Fidelity aspect of it. And for the nude girl it was a good exercise on shadow-casting..;
    And, Daniel; thx 4 the tips.

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    Sketch in those faces on the ladies! Poor things, half of them are not only nude but faceless as well...

    I particularly like the last drawing on the most recent post...

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    Wow, a lot of improvement has already been made since the start of the book. Great stuff in that last post! I agree with Madhatter on the faaces though.
    Keep it up!

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    Thx for the crits. I dont put faces on them in a sketch, cause its of no importance right now. Just working on the body and its shades. I made some face-studies too, i'll post them later on. For now I am busy doing some wacom-experiments...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deodatus View Post
    Thx for the crits. I dont put faces on them in a sketch, cause its of no importance right now.
    Wrong. Study everything you can. If a picture can be a face study and an anatomy study, then make it both.

    Industrial design seems to be your strong point; all your ships are fantastic.
    If you're trying to wean yourself off lines and get more comfortable with a painterly approach, then do a few paintings using no lines whatsoever. This will force you to adapt.

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    color

    And with a little pigment it looks even better.

    Cruz; thx 4 the comment. I'll think of that next time I wont draw a monster-alike-head.

    Keep drawing everybody!

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    digiPaint test

    I have been drawing my whole life; so considering this it is quite difficult to use colors and paint (wich is a different technique). With some hard work, I hope to evolve nicely with digital paintings. Here is already a little 'cartoonskull'.

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    a try to paint a body...

    I tried to paint a body with psd on my little tablet. Looks allright up to here. I will finnish it of later. (put a head on it for example... lol)
    Please give crits. i am new at this and could use some tips about colors, brushes and methods.
    thx!

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    Guns, Guns, Guns

    Some guns!

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    quick sketch on wacom

    experimented with some colors

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    Sketching some male anatomy

    It was centuries ago I got a real model in front of me for sketching. Some sketches to get it on again.

    Ps; anyone; give me some feedback, plz.

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    New stuff_at last

    Hey, long time scince I posted anything. A lot of new works... to be continued. I got some new brushes from a friend. Nice stuff. Little speedpainting.

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    if anyone know some nice links to download some good brushes, please let me know. Just noticed wat you can do with them, and would like to try some others out. And if you don't, just give me some feedback. Thx anyway.

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    one more

    one more. Need to work on it some more

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    Big fatass mothefucker

    Cheers

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    My little Tank

    The same one; 4 times different...

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