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Nice ones! I esp. like the two guys at the bottom, they look like they mean serious business :o
Hehe have a nice vahk-sheeh-ohn and bring some art back for us starving artists to feed upon.
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Hey, thanks for the commentary. Constructive crits are much appreciated.
I like the dynamic action pose in your Thursday post, rendering forms in space is always a challenge. Looks like you might have some proportion issues between heads and bodies tho. Also, how hard of a pencil tip are you using? I always found the lack of range contrast frustrating in your typical Number Two pencil lead.
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“When forced to work within a strict framework,
the imagination is taxed to its utmost – and will
produce its richest ideas. Given total freedom,
the work is likely to sprawl.”
- TS Eliot
November 4th, 2006 #12Registered User
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COOL STUFF what did yuou draw the early stuff on, it is a weird texture to draw on?
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November 5th, 2006 #13
I think I do have proportion issues....it really shows up when the characters a dynamically posed....working on it. I use a #2 pencil AND I'm a lefty.....so I smudge that soft lead like ah' sunuvabich. Thanx
All the sketches are done on newsprint. It maybe the way I play with the brightness and contrast in photoshop. Thanx