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    Sketchbook

    Allo

    I wanted to wait till next month to post something in the IT'S FINALLY FINISHED!! forum but got encouraged to start a sketchbook. So here is
    some stuff.

    Everything is done with photoshop 7 and with sketcher

    can link from blog ? I use powertools to resize so qualiti is bad.
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    UПiT

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    really cool wip on the helmet-pic. do you do that often, i mean developing a pic from an abstract idea? have you heard bout android's zbrush-thingie?

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    Hi there Unit,
    since you are a newbie here (welcome to CA where leads and oils flow) I'll be glad to show you crits the CA way
    while the very green and the very red pic are a bit doodleish to comment and crit on properly I'll just crit the rest

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    quite a lot of changes to the anatomy and the headsize has changed too
    watch out for the legs too

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    only a quick head resize and a not so pointy elbow
    look at the joints, draw joints from life (like your own ones) a lot

    practice is the key to success

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinit View Post
    Hi there Unit,
    since you are a newbie here (welcome to CA where leads and oils flow) I'll be glad to show you crits the CA way
    while the very green and the very red pic are a bit doodleish to comment and crit on properly I'll just crit the rest

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    quite a lot of changes to the anatomy and the headsize has changed too
    watch out for the legs too

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    only a quick head resize and a not so pointy elbow
    look at the joints, draw joints from life (like your own ones) a lot

    practice is the key to success

    wow thank u a lot infinit! i rly appreciate that u took ur time to do these overpaints! I hope you keep crit me!

    @Kfeeras : it happens sometimes that I change my progress, but yes a lot of time i go for happy accidents.



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    Hi welcome to CA!!!
    I am happy that you decide to start a sketchbook here
    nice works, keep them up

    see ya in sketcher

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    Damn dude, I like that helmet piece, first time I've seen an approach like that. That alien is looking trippy too, I like it . Keep updating this, I subscribed to it and I'm going to be checking your progress .

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    @kingkostas Thank you for welcoming me !

    @kvick WoW u subscribed! Thx a lot! that means something to me!

    Did another helmet but with a very different technique.

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    oh man please adopt me

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    U don't need that, you r very good urself!

    heres a little more finished one.. i have 5 more of those ( red bots ) but I think i wait till the thread in It's finally finished!!

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    loving them bots + love the orange helmet pic!
    will be watching you.. keep it up!

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    Hey man, how could you ever consider your work boring? I love this stuff! The bot looks simple but it's cool, I need to get drawing I slacked a little the past few days.

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    Hello Unit, welcome to CA, good start to your sb. have a few questions for you. Do you draw with real mediums. I think its great that your jumping into the digital realm, but I think you need to pick up the pencil and explore in that realm. From the looks at your humonoid mech and human characters, there seems to be some anatomy issues. You need to complete all the way down to the foot, a least a rough idea of the feet. Remember practice really helps you understand the area that you need to work on, thats the challenge, I need to keep telling myself that also.

    In the last digi, look at the legs of the bot. Their bowed inwards making the pose look extremely awkward. IMO, the feet should be facing outward a bit more, making the pose look more natural. Try to make your bot faces more complex, it doesn't have to be humanoid with eyes and noses, but try to capture your viewers attention to the head of your robots. Welcome to CA.

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    @hyver Thx a lot!

    @Kvick my work is stiff very often, thx!

    @Darktwin Wow thx a lot, I tried to redo it with ur crit in mind

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    heres a sketch, tel me and i post more sketchez

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    I see you've been industriously drawing
    with ink too

    you know that the head in the last one is prett small compared to the helmet construction?
    try to go for some shadeing with ink to create more depth (hatching is the way here / or you mix ink with water and use a brush, experiment a bit)

    the robot is cool, remember to make them look the same on both sides If you understand what I mean
    (this was what I thought when seeing the "belly")

    cu Infinit

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    @infinit thx! I tryed to fix it with your crit

    this is poor update i know that , but i want to finish it.

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    That robot is really ncie, it really looks like its made outa steel. Also i like how some of the parts are unfinnished and some are finnished. But thats just for now i suppose.

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    wow, that red robots really comin along. would love to see more traditional sketches tho, that pen one looked really promising.

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    @destinyapocalypse I tried to chat to u the other day but u didn't respond to me [thx for comment]

    @Sarcophagus oh thx u!

    @wookiedabo thank u for feedback


    I did speed demo for a friend of mine, he said i could post it here, finally using an a5 tablet.

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    bot is looking better and better + love the speedie! remember to use atmospheric perspective at all times

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    Thx u hyver! what does u mean with atmospheric perspective ?

    I got broadband today, two mbit so i will maybe post more. 0.25 was a pain.

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    the outfit looks cool and pose is good to
    but look at the eyes, you can't be seriouse :/
    they are too far away from each other and make the whole pic look akward

    remember that the face is the number 1 focus point of a pic as soon as a human figure appears in it!

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    Thanks for taking the time to come by my little book!

    Wow, you have some amazing stuff in here, the orange helmet pic is really striking.

    Great work, I'm keeping an eye on you ;p

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    I ran into you on Sketcher this morning. I think you said you've been drawing for like a year? What a jerk! Where do you get off being so good in only a year?! I don't have a lot of specifics to add -- just keep doing what you're doing, because it's obviously working.

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    Hey there, thanks for stopping by my book. Maybe if you introduced some yellow into the redbot it would make it look a bit more sleek. Hue variations can really pump up interest in a painting.

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    nice stuff, keep it up!

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    hey there unit

    on atmorpheric perspective: in general, things that are closer to the viewer tend to be/have more vivid colors, and darker darks.. so stuff more in the background should be desaturated and have less contrast. this helps a *lot* to convey a good sense of depth. don't be afraid to overdo this.. your job is to help the viewer to "read" the image the way you want it!

    keep it up + post more!

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