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Art Dump!

Rolling SamusRolling Samus Registered User
edited February 2008 in Artist's Corner
Emerald300.jpgdeath%20gods%20ink300.jpgmagma300.jpg

kurtz%20color%20300.jpgtedd%20vs%20mary300.jpgLP%20300.jpg

dino%20300.jpgdemona%20ink300.jpg

fb-moogle%20300.jpgduckie%20300.jpg

wonder%20woman300.jpgzombie%20party%20small300.jpg
eyeball%20monster%20preview%20300.jpg

baby%20color%20small300.jpgadrienne%20and%20bobby300.jpgbrenda300.jpg

(The girl in the blue dress asked that her face be removed for public purposes)

I've been taking commissions only recently, so it's been quite an interesting journey. If you have art you've been meaning to dump in a public forum, I encourage you to do it here! ^_^

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  • MykonosMykonos Registered User
    edited February 2008
    wow these are actually really good. great job on the linework and fine detailing. The eyes seem a bit too wide though on some of them - that's about the only flaw i could spot besides though that seem intentional

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  • Rolling SamusRolling Samus Registered User
    edited February 2008
    Thanks! I appreciate the feedback. ^_^

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  • TamTam Registered User regular
    edited February 2008
    You're going pretty solid here. There aren't any glaring anatomical errors, and you've got a nice variety going. Keep doing those life studies and portraits, they help a lot.

    Again,:^:

    Tam on
  • Rolling SamusRolling Samus Registered User
    edited February 2008
    Thanks! I always try to make sure that everything I draw is at least a little bit better than the drawing that came before it. I always catch myself wanting to be as good as the guys and gals in the "big leagues", but then I remember that the journey is the worthier part; learning how to draw is challenging, and also extremely fun. Every day I learn SOMETHING new, even if it's something very small. I really appreciate your thoughts, they're very encouraging. I know I'm not the best, but I do TRY my best, and that has to count for something.

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  • TamTam Registered User regular
    edited February 2008
    Thanks! I always try to make sure that everything I draw is at least a little bit better than the drawing that came before it. I always catch myself wanting to be as good as the guys and gals in the "big leagues", but then I remember that the journey is the worthier part; learning how to draw is challenging, and also extremely fun. Every day I learn SOMETHING new, even if it's something very small. I really appreciate your thoughts, they're very encouraging. I know I'm not the best, but I do TRY my best, and that has to count for something.

    O that all newcomers were as thou.

    Tam on
  • Rolling SamusRolling Samus Registered User
    edited February 2008
    Aww. ^_^

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  • GreatnationGreatnation Registered User regular
    edited February 2008
    Thanks! I always try to make sure that everything I draw is at least a little bit better than the drawing that came before it.


    The crucialist of bits! This is what distinguishes ambition.




    You've got drawing chops, but challenge yourself to think more about design. The troll with the girl, and the page with the giant axe seem especially awkward, but easily avoidable with more planning. Think about your cuttoffs, think about what shapes you are making, and think about your line interaction. I see lots of tangents and odd cutoffs. Ask yourself questions as you go,

    why does this figure touch the border hear? What shapes do these overlaping figures create?


    And about the drawing, try to apply more structure. Some of the faces look like shapes with features tacked on to them. Draw backwords, create a structure around them, and the features will fall into place more naturally.

    Greatnation on
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