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these are some sketches that i did recently. does anyone have tips on how to do machine things? ie knobs, robot things? i'm really stuck. or, does anyone know where to get references?
Last edited by warda; December 31st, 2006 at 10:56 PM.
here's some new sketches that i did. does any one have tips on atatomy?
here's the newest sketches.
winter break is great becaus i can get a lot of drawing in. the school year....not so much.
soon, i'll have an art class so i'll be able to draw a lot more. i'm out of praactice.
wow, the little boy's legs are so off.
one thing that i've always sheepishly avoided are hands.
i just can't seem to make them fir with the body.
i've also had this problem recently where i draw the face too long. the chin is too long and the space between the eyes and the side of the head is too much. i'm not sure how to correct this though. it looks funny everytime i try and do it right.
here's a "painted" version of the orc/robo. i don't have my wacomb with me now (but i have a scannar finally ) so this was more just for figuring the color
this is something that i did with a touch pad at school because i was very very bored and dodn't have a mouse or wacomb. foolishly, it was done on one layer beucase i was not paying attention. the stuff on his tenticlas was a mistake that i could not ersase easily. i have to paint over it. i plan to though.
these are somethings that i did on painter. (excpet for the blob which is ps) i'm new to the program so i still don't exactly know now to use it.
wow! Really good start!
I really enjoyed the Davey Jones piece!
You should def. finish that piece.
Keep it up!
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here's the ork w/ color
I liked the ninja-like eyeballs-appearing-out-of-nothing. Nice paintings. How about some three-quarter views on the heads?
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i'll def do some 3/4 skeches. i've always had a really hard time with that .
one slight setback is that i don't have the scannar any more. so i can't scan in the sketches that i do. so i might not be able to post them for a while, but i'll def practice.
here's three differnet versions so far. which do you think i should work more on? i'm going to work more on all of them, but i need advice with the color. which way to go.
here's a painting that i did a while a go. the proporations of the face are pretty off. and the neck is too small. i also had trouble with the hair.
here's some new sketches. i'm trying to work on anatomy.
i drew a bunch of hands, because that's something that i really really can not do.
on one page i timed myself for no particular reason. so that's what the numbers are.
i think that i might try and paint the little girl.
here's the painted version of the little girl (not done )
Cool stuff warda! I really like ur paintings man, Can't wait till u finish painting the little girl, I particularly like the eyes u painted, was it eyes of a Geisha?
they were really captivating. And I like the figure drawings too.
N e ways keep up the good work buddy.
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