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    outsider artist, a homer with a wacom

    Well guys im new here and i just wanted to post some of my work...i hope u like it and im waitin for ur critics...
    some of this are sketches and some are not finished yet..

    WATCH THE PROGRESS...TRAVEL THROUGH THE PAGES..

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    I like your faces, but you seem to have a bit of trouble with hands and the arms are a bit disproportioned. But overall I liked it.

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    good stuff, i really like the first one. in the second and 3rd the arms are to small and look out of proportion, and i think the face shape looks to masculine unless thats the look you wanted, in the first image the face looks more rounded and feminine but in the other two the jaw looks more chiselled, however the nose eyes and mouth look good im just talking about the outline of the face

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    Thanks for the advices

    Well, first thanks a lot for the comments and i've to say that i gotta learn a lot of drawing, human anatomy, proportions and all that stuff causew im just learnin' with analizin' and watchin' other artist work.

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    more....

    here now i present u more sketches, some of these painted in corel(spacegirl) and the others with pantones....The girl in the pool i draw it in 1 minute cause i wanted to paint it in photoshop for training, but i would like to read some critics about it cause a lot of persons didnt like it that one very much....i know that the face has something wrong maybe the hair or eyes...but i was focused in the color.

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    pd

    the girl in the planet of apes..hahahahaha... i didint draw the nipples cause i wanted to paint them...and i finally decline to do it so she's censored..hahah sorry...

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    cyclops sketch

    a cyclops inspired by god of war

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    mother nature

    mm....just crits please...this its mother nature...colored with pencils

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    the last one's neat
    what did you use to get the blurry effect?

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    mother nature

    simply pencils..to color and photoshop's micky mouse finger to blur the color

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    sadness

    why nobody said something.....well i guess there're so many good works here...tahat im not quite good....well another draw im workin'..this one i drew it a few years ago and now im inkin' it. and the second..its an old vampiress that i should finish.

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    dude, don't worry about comments, just keep posting and they will come. About crits, all I can say is practice anatomy, draw the human body, how it is formed and such.. look at references for women and just practice Good job!

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    yea....paac is right, everybody has to start somewhere, talent is the
    ablity to learn and keeping at it. So if you have the patience practice practice
    practice and someday you will be out there

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    a new pantone markers caricature

    This is "Fergus" a celtic king...... the caricature its from the card game "Miths and Legends"..

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    he he..fergus is funny. Looks a bit Wolverinie.
    Nice stuff but you could work on anatomy more. You also use the same formula everytime for your girls faces...Be good to see you try and shake that up a bit.

    Merry Christmas!

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    1st paint with my new wacom...

    im still learnin' how to use it, and this is my first work with it...im gettin use to it so if some one have a tip , i will aprecciate it very much.

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    im back...beach sketches

    haha some draws i made in the sand of a beatiful beach in my country...first a draw of a friend between caricature and portrait, then painted in painter ix.5 with my wacom(more practice hahhahah)

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    draws at the beach

    ok here another sketch i made laying on the beach watchin' hot girls
    well the other i also made it n the beach but i painted it on painter in my home....comments please...bye

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    years ago sketches

    sketches i made about 5 years ago....

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    Pretty nice stuff here!
    I can only repeat what others said before,practise anatomy especially hands couse they were kinda thin and strange in earleir posts...
    ...good job on beach sketches...it sure is a great spot to practice human form!
    ...i can see some improvement here...keep up!

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    human-lion knight painter+wacom draw

    this its a draw im still workin' on . some advices at this point would be great, please crits and opinions..if there is somethin i should change or apply, color lights, textures etc. some proportions....whatever. oh im a rookie using painter and i did all the work directly on it, not paper involved..just wacom, and im not very confortable with it cause im startin' to use it...i think this one was of my first with my wacom......well...........so if u know some tips for painter and wacom ....i would be grateful

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    human-lion knight painter+wacom draw

    this its a draw im still workin' on . some advices at this point would be great, please crits and opinions..if there is somethin i should change or apply, color lights, textures etc. some proportions....whatever. oh im a rookie using painter and i did all the work directly on it, not paper involved..just wacom, and im not very confortable with it cause im startin' to use it...i think this one was of my first with my wacom......well...........so if u know some tips for painter and wacom ....i would be grateful


    the colors on the sword are just to know that there's a sword....

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    elisha paint

    well guys another one...im workin in a lot of drawings right now and when im doin' one, i imagine another and i gotta draw it.....so many draws but all unfinished......this one im just starting at it..its elisha cuthbert's portrait...i gotta say, well i suposse that u already figured out, that i suck paintin' cause i dont have any knowledge about it( i just follow what im think its right ) so advices r welcome.

    the lines r just guides....

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    mmmm.... painter+wacom... just foolin' around

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    Two comments:

    This picture: http://http://www.conceptart.org/for...1&d=1171384078

    is excellent. The wman with her back to the viewer (in the middle) looks very sexy even though its a simple drawing. Nice work on the female faces as well.

    This picture:

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1171384811

    Is a very good pic...just one critique. The eye on the right isnt symmetrical to her other eye. She is beautiful otherwise!

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    txs to everybody for ur words..crits and advices...txs a lot

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    I think the biggest thing that you should work on is anatomy and proportion. What you have going is good. Try to solve things in terms of shapes. I think that you should get into doing more studies from life. You could probably have some of your friends come over to your place and do some sessions of them and some family members as well. Try see anything that you paint or anything that you draw in terms of value. Doing grey scale sketches can help. You can also try to find some life drawing sessions around where live and get into those. Or you can hire models to pose nude for you. Or just find some photos ref them and do studies anything that will keep your hands moving. You can also try to do a couple of artistic anatomy workshops at cgtalk.com. If you can find Rebeccak sketchbook there is a link to one of them there. You can learn tons there, and you will get your crits there as well. Not all will crit your work but some of them will. If your interested in doing concept art at all, I would recommend getting The Skillful Huntsman at Design Studio Press. They also have dvds there Collaborating with Gnomon Workshop. If you go to Gnomon's website you can also try to swipe some of those Dvds. If you use painter, I would recommend Ryan Churches High Architecture Dvd. There are some other ones there as well. Look for ones that will benefit you the most. Some of those Dvds require a certain level of skill and knowledge so choose them wisely. Also Design Studio Press has other books there as well. You can also go to BallisticPublishing.com to order some books as well. The D artiste series are decent. get the conceptart and the illustration for ones for painting though. Study study study draw draw draw. Good luck and have fun most of all! XD

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    txs a lot Beelow 4 all that advices..and especially for the tons of recomendations that u gave me...txs again man..now i have a lot to do..hahahahaha txs again

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    advance

    mmm keep ging on with elisha..a little advance....

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    Nice progress... looks like you show how you like your women

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