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361. Posted: Thu 30th Jan 2014 15:04 GMT
^Bookmarking that last comment for educational purposes. Wow.
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362. Posted: Thu 30th Jan 2014 15:04 GMT
@FOREST_RANGER I really appreciate all that effort you put into your suggestions, thank you it really is helpful. As I said, I plan to go back to this at some point but for now I am preoccupied with a good number of works. And when I do plan to go back to real comic art, I'll do my own thing, some light hearted adventure to get me adjusted in proper pacing and scene captures. Maybe a quest for a certain cake perhaps?
I also have to say that your comic page does look more effective in capturing the reader and again, I really appreciate the effort you put just to prove a point.
Also, Just subbed the tutorial series you mentioned at the end, it will certainly help me in my skills.
Edited on Thu 30th January, 2014 @ 15:11 by Karakato
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363. Posted: Sun 9th Feb 2014 14:59 GMT
Okay, so I made a line art for a random OC which stumped me for a with numerous revisions. I only have Proko to thank for sparking my interest in continuing her. Currently, she's at the WIP stage since I just wanted to keep my page updated within the month but what do you guys think so far:
364. Posted: Sun 9th Feb 2014 15:18 GMT
I've been working on a certain form of art lately called Zentangle. It's pretty much doodling patterns, and it looks a lot more complicated than it really is.
The bottom one's the most recent; I really like the way it turned out.
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365. Posted: Sun 9th Feb 2014 16:36 GMT
I really like that last one. I remember I used to do that stuff before I even knew about it as a way to relieve stress before doing a big project. It's also good for getting in the right mindset for drawing and losens up your hand muscles...I should probably try that again.
Edited on Sun 9th February, 2014 @ 16:37 by CanisWolfred
366. Posted: Sun 9th Feb 2014 16:44 GMT
@CanisWolfred - Yeah. I'm doing Zentangle now to improve some of my drawing skills, then I'm going to go for bigger projects from there. But yeah, it's great for warming up for sure.
367. Posted: Sun 9th Feb 2014 16:49 GMT
@3Dash yeah, the third Zentangle looked mesmerizing the moment I checked your page. I never tried that kind of method before, I always messed with a large blob of Kneaded eraser as a warm up. Weird yes, but it gets me pumped up for a reason.
368. Posted: Sun 9th Feb 2014 19:45 GMT
Whoa, that zentangle made a knot in my brain @_@
I feel the urge to put that lineart into a coloring book haha
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369. Posted: Fri 14th Feb 2014 03:19 GMT
If any Pokémon-loving artists are interested someone's currently set up a project to try and get a different artist to draw every single Pokémon (I've claimed Whiscash because look at that face ). All the info's in this Google Doc, and just a heads up you seem to need a Twitter profile to follow his rules (and you can also check #Twitterdex to see pictures people have already finished). So go nuts and draw some Pokémon
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370. Posted: Mon 17th Feb 2014 21:58 GMT
Doodling to put off painting something that's actually worthwhile.
371. Posted: Tue 18th Feb 2014 16:57 GMT
@RaReRux I'd love to be that great when doing Watercolor traditionally or digitally. Your work is just serene and I like how peaceful that nymph is.
Anyway, just finished an infograph on a certain case study I just crammed for, and I somehow managed to fit in a comic for some reason. I felt it could stand on its own so I uploaded it.
372. Posted: Tue 18th Feb 2014 17:04 GMT
^That's surprisingly smart. I like it.
Also, I haven't had time to draw in weeks until yesterday...only to completely forget what I was trying to draw. I got a half-finished picture here, but I'm not even sure what it is. -_-;
373. Posted: Tue 18th Feb 2014 19:11 GMT
@Karakato: Thanks, I'm not too great at watercolors myself, but they're really fun to use!
374. Posted: Sat 22nd Feb 2014 17:55 GMT
Okay, decided to try out a new style after reigniting my interests in vector art. And since I'm a nut for Mega Man, I decided to do another robot master fan art:
375. Posted: Thu 27th Feb 2014 21:36 GMT
Finished this picture of my hand the other day. It turned out pretty well, but it looks kinda smudgy in areas, even though I didn't shade using my fingers.
Also, I know Karakato saw this, but apparently I forgot to post it here. This was for my drawing class and uses six methods of drawing, so that's why it looks a bit odd. I used this as reference.
Top Left: Hatching with colored pencil
Top Right: Graphite powder
Middle Left: Pointillism with markers
Middle Right: Hatching with pencil
Bottom Left: Cross-hatching with pencil
Bottom Right: Scribbling with pencil
376. Posted: Tue 4th Mar 2014 10:01 GMT
It's been awhile since I posted in this thread. I made a few pictures in Adobe Illustrator of Majora's Mask from, well, Majora's Mask.
I used this and this as my reference.
Edited on Tue 4th March, 2014 @ 10:01 by Link-Hero
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377. Posted: Sun 9th Mar 2014 10:15 GMT
I've made another version of Majora's Mask:
What do you guys think of these? No one has responded to me yet to give me some feedback.
Edited on Sun 9th March, 2014 @ 10:17 by Link-Hero
378. Posted: Sun 9th Mar 2014 10:40 GMT
The mask looks great! I'm wondering what it would look like if you put the white outline one over the third one here?
379. Posted: Sun 9th Mar 2014 21:14 GMT
Is this what you wanted?