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    Justin's Sketches (update on last page)

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    Justin's Sketches (update on last page)


    Alrighty... I realized I haven't been drawing as much as I should, and I realized it's because of my little arrogant "I'm special and don't feel like making a sketchbook" thing, so get your shoes ready, I can already feel the butt-kicking begin.

    (GO TO LAST PAGE FOR BEST RESULTS! SATISFACTION NOT GUARANTEED, CRITICISM ENCOURAGED)


    Well, here we go!- Maybe I will put more recent stuff up tonight.
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    hooray, i get your sb virginity!
    Those characters are great man, the anatmy is tops.
    Just be wary of line quality, strong lines beat rough lines anyday.

    ANyway, hope you got over that "rough" period and back to drawing your heart out!
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    Some ref, some not, last page I was doing a bit of practice putting figures in perspective. Crit away!
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    hey justin!
    Good stuff going on. The anatomy looks good. nothing to crit for the moment.
    Just got a question, how do you pick the colors and from where do you start when you do a colored portrait (like the sp you did) ?
    Im kinda lost when i'm doing one, and since you handle them pretty well, i thought you could give me some directions... :>
    Anyway, keep up the good work !
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    hey man, great stuff.. didn't realise who you were till now haha.
    can't wait to see more, new, work!
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    hey man, really nice stuff! I thought I'd seen that self portrait before but I wasn't sure where; went and checked the sp subforum and I didn't see Pixel's Portrayals.. didn't realize you had changed your forum name either way man nice to see a sketchbook; I really like the small figures you did near the bottom, great form on all of em. gotta say you seem to have a really nice confident line in your drawings. either way man keep it up! I'll try to stop by from time to time.
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    @Dan C:
    Just got a question, how do you pick the colors and from where do you start when you do a colored portrait (like the sp you did) ?
    Im kinda lost when i'm doing one, and since you handle them pretty well, i thought you could give me some directions... :>
    Well, if I recall I started off with lines, very very thick ones (see bottom of the shoulder) and just blocked in general areas of shadow, then I chose an approximate skintone, and went from there. I would change the saturation and value as I went along, I didn't color pick much. It's not my favorite SP, but it looks the most like me. (still does.)


    @Tigermilk: Thanks for the comment! =)

    @Onir: Thanks for the compliments, I stopped by your book already ;]


    Doing something for english 3 involving Indian (native americans), a story called "How the hummingbird got fire". I will spare the story, here is the pic;
    (no ref on hummingbird, slight reference on the badgers.)


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    Great figures and notes on post 3. Some scribbles are hit or miss, but hey that's why they're scribbles right? Keep up the pace!
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    Hey justin mate, nice to see you got another SB up, good stuff all round. Would love to see more posts, i always really enjoyed your sketches, so loose and energetic.

    Colours on the last one look good for a start, lets see it pull right through.

    Ill be back soon enough, im getting back into viewing the boards
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    Awesome, finally.
    My suggestion would be to try out more swooshy lines with gestures as they are kind of linear now, but it's just personal preference.
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    Hurray! Good to see some art again!

    Nice to be seeing the variety youve been going at, digis look awesome, do some traditional painting too!
    Lets see some finished work! *cough*notahypocrite*cough*
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    Nice sketches.
    I dig the airship thumbnails whole bunches :.
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    @Marley: Thanks dude!

    @PHATandy
    : Plenty of sketches to spare my frien'!

    @Greensock
    : I got some good Hi-res movie shots, and you will see studies of them pop up once in a while. I have 1 finished charcoal still life which is about.. damn, had to be over 10 hours for sure, it's 18x24, but it's at school. I am working on one in Colored pencil (Teacher made me) which is also 11x24, which is taking even longer than the charcoal one, and I will be working on an Illustration for Dante's Inferno, Cantos XXIV (24)- as soon as I read the damn thing. THIS is why I love my art class. I actually have as much time as I need to get shit done! It's just too bad I am in the back corner of a beginning class, all they do is talk!

    @Max
    : Thank you, I need to do more and increase my mental vocab. Those all seem repetative and cliche, I gotta start doin tons of em.

    Update!!! Small though... like I said, I have TONS of school work, and noone models for me =( But hey, it's my last year here. Then I will be joining some of you someplace... can't wait.

    Oh, and I forgot (the latest attachment to this post
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