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Last edited by snail_E; September 27th, 2008 at 01:25 PM.
You are doing the right thing. Keep drawing from reference. And remember that the best reference is from life. It seems like you are struggling with your media a bit. I would recommend spending some time with just a pencil and paper outside drawing the world around you as well as doing reference paintings on the computer. You are on the right track, keep it up.
For Science- Sketchbook!
I like your cartoon stuff, reminds me of those childrens' illustrations I used to read as a kid. Your hellboy two frame study is still not right, double check the heights of the characters, and lay down thicker colors. I see a lot of brownish tones in the original reference that don't seem to show up in your study.
Your jumping on the Concept art ban wagon,
Lean the basics first, then create characters.
Good Job by the way.