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    My sketchbook...

    Hi, I'm new here.
    Browsing through all your sketchbooks, was very inspiring.
    It made me pick up my pencils again and I started scribbling.
    I want to improve my drawing, so any comment is welcome !...

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    Nice style! Keep this baby updated.
    Looking forward to see more from you!

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    Hi Timon, great to see you started your sketchbook to! I really like your style, with strong linework as a base.
    Looking forward to see more of your work here.

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    I really like your pieces. I love the variety in your linework and shading, it really gives the figures volume and weight. A good thing IMO. I especially like http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1169300219

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    awesome....even though these are loose and unfinished, i can tell that u mad skilzzzz

    some finished work maybe??!!?!

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    Something older & totally different

    I've done this quite awhile ago and would do it very different today... but why not post it, I thought ? so...

    Flaskpost, Bartovan, Asatira, kakapoopie thanks for your comments !

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    My very first WACOM experience

    I got a small Wacom tablet from a friend and tried it out last night. It certainly is fun ! I have a little photoshop experience but lack the knowledge to properly use it with the tablet. Just fooled around a bit.
    Maybe someone knows where to find some tutorial or dvd about this kind of drawing ?

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    nice pencil stuff like the simplified figures/gestures

    for the photoshopping :
    make sure u try these -> http://www.carloscabrera.com.ar/tutorials/# <-

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    http://thegnomonworkshop.com/dvds/dle01.html
    check the navigation bar for -> dvds by category -> 2D
    or "by instructor" ( check David Levys dvd )

    keep up the good work

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    Hello there!

    Welcome to CA!! I just wanted to say that I really like the first ones you posted. You have a nice style there, with the bold and thick lines used.

    I will be looking forward to seeing some of your sketches.

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    Hi Timon, nice start with the tablet! For tutorials, also check out the CG Society forum,

    http://forums.cgsociety.org/forumdisplay.php?f=199
    Looking forward to see your progress with your digital (and other) work.

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    Here's an oil I've done earlier....

    ... picture taken with a cheap camera

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    Just trying to get a hang of digital drawing.

    (photo ref.)

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    I like the pencils...

    As for the hair on the last one, don´t overdo it with the shading. Now its quite blurry and without drawing some single strands, it looks almost plastified.

    Maybe draw some more details on the hair, try some crisp shading and play with the values.
    But thats just a suggestion, i´m certainly not a guru when it comes to colormanagement

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