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    Sketch Dementia

    Hello Artists

    I have the honour to share some sketches of mine among this forum, I realy like this place, very cool community!

    I'm attending college at the moment doing Graphic n Design, I've just turned seven-teen last month, I hope my skills evolve and grow overtime. There are many things I need to learn and wisdom to take in... so let me begin.

    Comments/Crits will be most appreciated
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    Alien dudes




    creeping hand


    dancing queen


    boney alien


    men of rage , quite sketchy


    Steef (not my character)


    vemons (nethier is this obvously)


    hanging man


    These two I'm planning to colour

    Vicious


    Hideos


    flesh parade. Started as a simple sketch


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    Environment concept for an amature project, a movie called "Leech" . We've got 2 people so far...


    Soon to be coloured this...


    Anatomy practice (use of refrence)

    these 2 quite old



    wacom acting weird today hmm




    In HELL


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    Alien Ninja(?)

    Incase your woundering, yes that red splurg is blood, happend from a paper cut accident. Freaking wind! Funny cuz he has daggers...



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    Smoke Machine

    I took this from an intial idea I had for an anti-smoking poster.


    Burning Man (not the festival heh)


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    Gotta love a kid who practices till he bleeds on his work.LOL Welcome to the sketch thread. Keep it up.

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    first comment

    Lol, draw untill your hands bleed. Thanks muchly

    Swallown man





    Havent drawn a volcano since I was 8 or something. Used to draw em alot.



    I got a thing for burning lately...

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    Havent done any presonal sketches these weeks, this is probably the only thing worth showing. I just want to keep my sketchbooklet back in warm lime light



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    I have not visted my sketch pad for a while

    So'mo shitzn







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    Just out of curiosity, Cydonix,- have you seen El Greco's work? If not, then google him. I think his elongated shapes will appeal to you.

    If you have seen him, then I'd guess from your work that you like him....

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    Indeed I've seen his work before, I can see the way I draw bodies is similar to his style. To be honest I've never realy been inspired particuly by Greco, but yeah theres something appealing there. Dali has been more of a stronger inspiration to my forms, even though he does more surreal stuff.

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    hey!

    it's been a while, I'm drawing less these past weeks, but I don't come empty handed.

    anyway, my first life drawing sessions. Ok so he isn't exactly a hot musculer man.. but it's a start.





    more to come! (i hope)

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    Beautiful stuff, man.
    I dig the slender, lanky characters you come up with. And "Flesh Parade"... just... awesome.

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  13. I like your "Leech" enviro and the "boney alien" concept-- great hands coming off at the legs.
    Some real life studies, with more curvy fleshier people might be beneficial
    Anyway, interesting sb so far! Keep posting!

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    Wow I am suprised to get any comments, I thought this thread was long forgetting in the archive, but I'm back wehey

    Manifestant Cool, I am happy to hear. Flesh Parade was enjoyble to draw, very much so yes.

    tytseng hah cheers, yeah I dig the flesh fest . Boney turned out well for something that bizzare me thinks . "Leech" took some time to do though.

    cheers, appreciated a lot!

    more to come, I hope.

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    Get posting, man.
    Thought you gave up with this thread. Glad I subscribed to it.

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    I like you. Thanks a bunch, man.

    I recenly bought a new pc, and I cannot stress how much blissful it is to use one that is not extrmely painfully slow but actually works, I mean I can finally make digi sketches just like that. It''s amazing, I feel alive...

    Oh and my scanner is not working...

    Fat Rat. Don't ask, I know it doesn't make sense, it was more of an impusle kind of thing ya know.



    Bodies Tumble



    Stripped away


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    Stripped away looks good. I like the relaxed style to it.

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    Thank you

    Some of you may recognise this from my first post. Actually I did this a while back, so it's isnt good as my today standards I do believe.


    more to come actually

    EDIT: oh crud, my scanner deosn't seem to work porpely, and having a hard time to get Photoshop. Bloody hell

    EDIT II: ah... wait... yeah my scanner does work

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    wats up man nice stuff you got here good start. from wat i can see it looks like you need to work on porprtions remember that the shoulders are two heads wide and the body 7 1/2 to 8 heads long thats the easiest way to tell if its right but thats it man other than that keep workin and posting

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    Creepy but nice to watch stuff you got. Keep on drawing mate!

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    Thank you for your encouragement, LEVIATHIN816. The porpotion has always been one of most challanging things to get right in the field of anatomy for me.

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    sunset

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    Whoo here is something I wipped up for 30 min


    sun dead

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    greenday

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    Mrs. Big thighs


    female

    roughs

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    Hand

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    How do you get such clean scans? Like, the hand. You do adjustments in PS or something? Mine come out looking like crap, whether or not I make adjustments.

    Great updates. Dig your mattes.

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    Yeah just slight adjustments in contrast, thats it really

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    hey man love stripped away, sunset and sun dead. your clearly making progress. maybe work on your figures a bit more. keep up the awsum work!

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    thank you very much!

    I must find time to do more sketches...

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