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    Euphoria ---- Roby Zuniga

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    Pretty good pics. The hands on the 3rd one need abit of work, but overall fairly solid.

    Lets see some more.

    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

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    very good work with the pen, do you use a pencil at all to make a basic outline or stright in with a pen?

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    Just a ball point pen

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    thnx for stopping by . i dig your digi stuff its gettin better n better

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    These are really fantastic, especially your works in pen. You've come a long way from the older pictures you posted ^^ I hope to see more from you soon!

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    Your digital skills are progressing quite nicely. I like the last two you posted. How do you get that effect - custom brushes or filter?

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    its a filter i was messing around with photoshop... hehe

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    Pretty damn good pen stuff for not having pencils to go over. Quite difficult. I don't do it because I mess up and get frustrated. Cool creature design on the 2nd one.

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    thanks, yeah now you guys know why i failed some classes in highschool... lol all i did was draw and since all i used in highschool were pens i suppose thats why i got used to drawing with them. Here is one i am working on right now the lines show because my scaner is broken, but i like how they look lol.


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    Im starting to color it, its not nearly finished... i im not that good at it but im trying new things out.


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    so many views and no replies? :'(

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    Your works

    I like them a lot.
    The best I like the ones on the computer in green, looks really nice.

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    Oh glad you think so

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    really great ideas and clean technique, but practise on anatomy. keep going!!!
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    a lot of cool stuff here, but I would love to see some anatomy studies aswell.
    remember, a little studying can really make the difference...

    keep it up...

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    thanks you guys, im trying to find the time between work and daily life to try and study things like anatomy and lighting.

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    Oh! your stuff is so imaginative! I love it. All the creatures are things I want to see come alive. The first one is my favorite. his eyes are what do it for me.
    Really cool stuff! Can't wait to see more.

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    its just something i drew out of nowhere... i didnt bother to shade it. You can notice how i messed up when drawing his axe thingy, i erased it in photoshop but u can still tell.


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    Allow me to reuse to you what I posted in another thread:

    'Great too see alot of ink work. It gives one discipline in their drawing The stark ink line tells all. It coaxes you to put down marks accurately the first time, which pushes your concentration level to the max, sharpens your ability to see accurately. It's a great tool for making bold, definite statements which in turn imprints observations in your mind where futzing around with tentative, soft pencil lines will not.
    Want to memorize that back, or the the way a birds wings looked, draw it in ink

    As a drawing medium I think it's a must. Alot of commercial art involves line art. It's a very graphic mediuml.

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    , you're going to be a person who can create very strong imagery'.

    I would also add that you should stray away from using ball point. It's too easy to futz around with non-commital light lines. Get a dip pen and a bottle of dark ink and lay those marks dooown!

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    Thank you ArtznCraphs, i apreciate your comment very much. I have not tried dark ink, but now that you mention it i have always been curious about it.

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    np Robz!

    Seriously though, think of all the great draughtsmen in history across all styles, whether it's Michelangelo, DaVinci, Rubens, Frazetta, Pyle, Alex Raymond, Neal Adams, etc. They all used pen and ink at the beginning of their careers.

    Yeah, try a brown ink like that made by Winsor & Newton or HIggins, non waterproof preferrably as it's more fluid than waterproof ink.

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    Some good stuff here, your beasties especially.

    Take the plunge and colour afew more of them on photoshop, the ones you have done look good.

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    heres one i did realy fast and its tiny ^.^


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    your sketchbook is coming along very nicely. A few more life studies would be beneficial and strengthen your imaginative work, but overall still cool.

    I also second what ArtznCraphs had to say.

    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

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    really cool stuff. hahaha i really know what you mean about drawing in classes. its all i do in school, but my art teacher told me not to use a biro so i never do when it comes to serious(ish) art. anyway very nice works youv got going on i would like to see some more human figures aswell as beasties though.

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    well i never took art in highschool, so i woudlnt know abut thatlol... but people have been telling me to stop drawing with pen, the truth is i like it more than pencil and well i havent tried anything else exept for digital painting and i suck at it.

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    yeah i know i messed up on the left arm...


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    You like working with a pen, mm? That's really good I think, you can't erase, so you are not allowed to make mistakes. Not like me working with a pencil or digitaly, hehe.
    Drawing with a pen should give your pencil new magical abilities when you pick it up again. I like to see the imaginational work, it's something I've just started to work on and what gives the most fun I think.
    Keep up with the good stuff.

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