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January 27th, 2007 #1
Delmarīs Sketchbook "And there will be stuff.."
Finally i found a moment of selfconfidence to begin my sketchbook, at least scketching is the only thing i can do right now, besides my non-art-job.
So these are my goals for the future......i just turned 21 and iīm about to quit my job in July, iīll move to another city an do nothing but draw. At least as long as iīve got money to live. YEEHAA.
One thing: This Forum has been the biggest reason for improving myself , so thanks to each and everyone of you.
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January 27th, 2007 #521 year old artist workin' to improve!
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Welcome to the boards man. Ive seen your replies in other sketchbooks. But couldnt find yours. Now I know why. Very expressive style you have. Characters have a cool look to them. Would love to see some finished character sketches. Great work so far, keep up the good work.
January 27th, 2007 #6
The sketchiness of your pictures makes them look like they are in motion, which is cool.
January 27th, 2007 #7
Enviser: Thanks, you´re right. i intend to do some full character concepts
ur pants: Thanks man, i alwys try to keep some motion or expression in my
Here are two little bit colored sketches from this week, i´d love to hear some crits about the coloring.....
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January 28th, 2007 #8
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January 28th, 2007 #9
Nice work, your lines look good, reminds me of another member on the boards called Sinix.
Work on the anatomy and you'll develope fast.
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January 29th, 2007 #11
Really dug this one, shows some good potential! Its nice and clean, and easy to read.
Your last post where you inverted that image doesnt work. Really dig your experimentation, but you have to manage line quality to an extent. Keep it up nonetheless mate.
January 29th, 2007 #12
Thanks man for the advice, i really appreciate that.
So, as i got inspired today looking over some speedpaints of well gifted artists, i couldn`t help and tried it out. So what I´m aiming for is if someone of you gifted painters could give me some advice on the colorscheme i used in this picture. I really suck when it comes to coloring, so maybe someone could give me some hints so i´m able to learn from picture to picture......
Edit: I almost forgot......it´s kind of worm with a red lighten head, so I indicated roughly the reflection from the buildings. When i have time I will refine it a little more tomorrw
January 29th, 2007 #13andrei cirdu
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nice skills in portraing emotions thru face expressions.