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    Carni's Corner (upd.Mar18)

    so i got bored with my old sb,and since everyone's warming my heart on my birthday i thought i'd give you back something and finally get my ass in gear again.
    alas...


    Carnifex

    edit: Check latest page for newest pieces.

    edit: PREVIOUS SKETCHBOOKS (for those who care):
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    Hey, Carni.. long time! You keep starting new books... haha.. Can't keep up

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1164672989 <- that one is my favourite of the batch. Seems you still don't take your time on your pieces... the ones you DO take your time with, easily stand out. Have you tried keeping the drawing in different stages at different places? Like, have the face fairly detailed, and a leg or whatever at lower detail... that way you can vary your drawing... might be that it's easier keeping up interest?

    Might be that I'm not making sense... Bit tired... hehe...

    Keep 'em coming!

    d-C

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    At the moment, I guess I could suggest you to be tidier with the hatchings.

    Happy birthday btw .

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    thanks you two. yeah,i'm an impatient bastard
    dcept,funny you should pick that one,because it's actually one i didn't work very careful on...or atleast it didn't feel that way. i'm trying the variation thingy,but then again it's almost the usual outcome that my faces are far better rendered than the rest,and i'm trying to fight that.

    anyways,only small pic here...did a dsg (demon vs demon in arena) after a long time again. opencanvas and photoshop,really fun stuff,though quick.

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    contrast!... value structure!

    and pastelllllll.... or maybe htats just my sucky monitor

    demons fighting in easter pink and green...lol

    other than that they got a lot going fo rthem....lively... fluid..not stiff
    chaos

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    It felt wierd seeing your name all over the forums and never seeing your stuff, so I thought I drop by. Nice stuff!
    Your know our anatomy pretty good, but your values could use more contrast. Except in THIS one, you seem to just give everything a flat midtone, without any real shadows or highlights (Like in THIS one). Push the conrast!
    Keep it up!

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    Alright man, switch this bitch into high gear already!!! Good Sp's, now MOVE MOVE MOVE!

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Hey man!, nice new sketchbook I liked your old one though, but everything
that is new is nice , so keep this one up!

Alright, I belive your one of these artist who would improve LOTS by spending 10-50 minutes extra on each piece.. I mean, I belive you draw something , and then after a while, when you think you finished, you open a new document/ switching side in your sketchbook... Instead of doing this.. When you think your finished, just draw 5 minutes more on it! JUSTDOIT!
and after that , do something else, DO NOT open a new document! or open a new page in your sb, because if you do, I belive you wont go back to your "recent" piece... therefor, do something else, for , let say, an hour or so, whatever you feel you can offer, then go back to your piece, and refine it!!
heh, my first sb was filled with lots of "impatient shit" (not saying this one is,)
but, after i made my mind up, and started to spend some time, I belive you can see a huge step between my two sketchbooks ( newest and oldest ), What i mainly did , was to spend more time thinking! and not just put the lines down on paper!

You know, when your makeing studies.. You concentrate right ? so it looks right.. If your doing hundreds and hundreds of studies, and then "just draw"
from imagination later, then these studies will help you, but not much! not at all, if you spend some time thinking of what these studies have learnt you, or what you learned by doing studies, I belive your "imagination stuff" would be 10x better...

summary, Spend more time on one piece, do not rush, you HAVE time!

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    thanks for all the comments again.
    dtempt-good advice

    fun little ps doodle,45min i think.
    pencil sketches coming this weekend when i've access to a scanner again.

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    COME ON CARNI. Let's see you work it mang.

    I demand daily updates. More work, more work!

    lighting! design! perspective! proportion!


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    heh,thanks for the asskicking justin.

    unfortunately i'm just not feeling it today...

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    NOw... now.... YOU BETTER get cracking damet!! work, work, WORRRRKK IT!!!

    Ok, thats about all the tough love I have today, just for the record
    I think your digital approach is working, the figures look solid, just
    remember that between the direct light and the shadow there is the
    core shadow, that is what creates form in most cases, remember to
    add it, I fell your are missing it some times...but the contrasts its
    looking good especially on the blue one. 8)

    KEEP it UP mate and drop some more updates, and do some ref work too!!

    See ya later Pimp Daddy!!

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    nice stuff mate. I must admit for me the loose brush portrait stands out. It is so much more confident that your pencil work

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    spud -that's actually two marker selfportraits put together in ps. but thanks
    maxe -core shadows are my personal ninjas i guess,can't seem to grasp them

    yay,scanning time! all in good fun,didn't bother with making sense or anything

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    Nice I like the mermaid/naga at the end quiet a bit, but you want to concentrate on the accuracy of your forms, and when your rendering, especially with pencil, make sure you follow the forms with your rendering, the random hatching you have now flattens your images. Also when your painting you need to watch your edges, vance kovacs and justin sweet are a great example of soft vs hard edges, also I really suggest readil alla prima by richard schmid it will help you way loads. One thing you should do it feels like your going too fast slow it down alot and try and be accurate and intentionally slow, make every mark count and youl need 5 not 25 hope that helped

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    Merry Xmas Pimp Daddy!! have fun!!}
    Oh and, dam!! this one looks very good ill say its a
    big leap forward in terms of line work and
    turning of form, specially on the face, good work.
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1166393786

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    thanks you two.

    fuckin hell,did i ever slack! gotta change that.
    though,ofcourse,it's hard to maintain a steady workflow when you got a wii and new zelda. gahhhh i loves em zelda.*drool*
    ok,anyways,i did fairly little drawin in my free time,but alas i'm not feelin too good either. university's frustrating and as a (in)direct result,my art's sucking. no girlfriend either to have as a muse...it's hard being an artist sometimes.
    ah well,enough of the ramble,here's some works for ya. personally i actually like the more anime-ish work best,because i had very much fun since a long time doing a finished work again(second one). gotta find me some interesting subject matters so i can keep it up.
    see you

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  • Hey Carnifex, "congratz" on your 6000th post

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1168827143
    I really like this one, its something that bugs me, but I like the movement and the facial + the whole head, great! I wish you spend more time rendering it cause to me it looks good
    Well, keep posting *coughartcough*

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    thanks. yeah i guess the overall anatomy is pretty wonky. glad you like parts of it though. and i'ma try post more art.

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    Spend more time on your drawings man!

    Great to see your work Keep 'em comin' !

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    See? In the last batch you notice a difference in quality.

    If you spent more time drawing instead of looking at your postcount, the progress would be much more.

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    Great concepts here Carnifex. Cant wait for more.

    My Sketchbook- C&C very welcome
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=85772

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    congrats on longevity.... why is most of this thread consist of people nagging you to post more art.....

    hehehe

    very creative.. wish you'd bump the contrast on your pencils before you post em though....

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    I agree with the less posts, more art sentiment that echoes through this thread! I also agree that you should spend more time on your pieces, mind your shading, let it follow the form, you tend to apply it pretty randomly, and that makes your pieces look messy.

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    Joining the chorus here... haha... more art, dude! You're progressing in terms of line in the last few here... but your shading, like Slash says, still needs more patience and unity... imagine the form when you're shading... not just putting the lines down without regard to the structure they're describing... hope I'm not harsh... hehe... now update!! (with ART)

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    hehehe,i love getting my ass kicked like this. don't stop!
    chaos-that is the bumped up version

    just a small digi doodle from yesterday night. damn i hate having no scanner in vienna. (don't worry,i'll try to sketch you up something nevertheless)

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    w.i.p. for this week's ch.o.w.

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    update.
    gotta take a break from it,my wrist hurts.

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    more difficult than i thought it would be...

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    aight,probably last update for today.

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