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hey, so heres some of my latest drawings on photoshop (and painter), i'm still fairly new to illustration (i have a contemporary art background) , so any tips and tricks are welcome thanks ( lets hope this time the pics will show!
Last edited by joelle; March 9th, 2011 at 01:37 AM. Reason: the pictures were not showing...
(((edit: As suggested by jeffx99 I really should have advised you to use the attachment manager instead of hosting them at external links.)))
Welcome to the forums! You might want to consider starting a sketchbook thread if you haven't already!
Here's a link to the sketchbooks folder: http://conceptart.org/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=41
It's more of a "everything book" than a sketchbook really
Last edited by PsiBug; March 9th, 2011 at 03:53 PM.
hey thanks !! hahaha yeah im really having trouble with posting these pics go figure... ill start a sketchbook soon on the treads thanks for the info.
anyone has a clue why the pics arent showing up though? .... i uploaded them twice from a free image hosting website and both time didnt work... hmm
omg thank god for your help... really! ( i'm usually not that dumb i swear...! hahah)
Er, try not to use that much black, especially for shading.
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Rule #1 of depicting soldiers: KEEP THE DAMN FINGER OFF THE DAMN TRIGGER.
Best thing to do now is ditch Photoshop and practice structural drawing with a pencil. Intuitive drawing at this level is promising, but if you manage to back it up with solid knowledge of the basics, it will open a whole new world of possibilities to you.
lookin' good, i love it.
thanks guys, arenhaus you're right , although I had plenty of drawing courses when i was doing my art degree , I still feel like I lack some basics especially in the architectural department...
true. in fact in my drawing courses our teacher were telling us to stay as far away from illustration as we could... doing illustration = bad... kind of generated a frustration with me , hence i started developing two totally opposite practices! one that fitted what my university wanted me to be and one that was the total opposite( illustration)...
just to give you an idea, those two picture is my «latest work of art»
here you have it my personal minute of self pity hahaha!