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Show us your drawings/artwork

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by shifty_uk, 19 Apr 2011.

  1. LanceCrossfire

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  2. Delvis

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    Cracking mate :) Really wish I carried on learning 3DsMax and stuff
     
  3. TheMeekon

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    Good work lance. Anatomy really needs a closer look at next time and definitely more time spent on the armor, its not reading very well. The silhouette could of been a bit more interesting.
     
  4. elmarko

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    Not bad!, you using gestural drawing to get a feel for the form?.

    Personally, I'm teaching myself anatomy to be able to draw without a reference - as until I really understand the human form (or the form of objects in general) I'll have gaps in my memory.
     
  5. Delvis

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    Thank you!

    Not really gestural no, I can't really get on with that, I seem to want to add too much detail too soon - I'll try and do a basic layout then slowly add detail and move things around if needs be.

    The above is the second go at the drawing as I wanted to try some shading, as you can see I wasn't very good at doing so :D
     
  6. elmarko

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    Yup, I do the same all the time - trying to force myself to do the rough stages first at the moment.

    My biggest problem is time allocation, between work, girlfriend, gym, gaming, guitar practice & socialising it's sometimes hard to get the time to really sit down & spend the 4+ hours I need to do an illustration.
     
  7. Delvis

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    Heh, I can relate entirely :p

    Gym in the morning, work till 5, get home cook dinner and the next days lunch, then I might be able to site down for an hour, bed.

    All of the above depends on if there is anything else to do around the house :o
     
  8. elmarko

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    Haha, very similar.

    Get up at 05:00 get to the gym at 06:30 till 07:30 then into work for 08:00, back home at 17:00.

    I'd give my left arm for a 3 day weekend to get all my hobbies it, but I need it to play guitar & do weight-lifting!.

    Kinda why I'm learning gestural work, as I want to learn how to speed-paint well, I think it's the only way I'll be able to produce some artwork around the time-scales I have.
     
  9. TheMeekon

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    Couple of lunch and last night to paint it up. Zbrush screen grab wip. No real concept just practice.

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  10. elmarko

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    ^ ^ Great as always!.
     
  11. TheMeekon

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    Cheers

    Skin composite in PS, I need to do the eyebrows and maybe a shirt then onto something else.

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  12. G18241

    Soldato

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    very out of proportion really, and is on the worlds shiniest paper as well, just randomly decided i wanted to draw something whilst half asleep haha
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    Not drawn anything for years so no idea what brought this on but its a start, really need to get back into drawing :)
     
  13. Delvis

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    That's pretty awesome mate, I'd like to be at that standard :p
     
  14. PooBrain

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    I really wanna chainsaw that guys neck, it's just too long!
     
  15. TheMeekon

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    Yeh it's 'slightly' exaggerated :) even worse in the final composition I'm doing.
     
  16. elmarko

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    Hehe, looks good though! - I keep imagining him wearing dungarees, baseball cap - with a huge belly & large feet - holding a dead chicken in his hand.

    Yeeeeeeeeehaaaaaaaaarrrrrrr!
     
  17. V F

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    Reminds me of the guy in a way from Men In Black that kept getting his head blown off and reforming.
     
  18. TheMeekon

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  19. Delvis

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    Love it!
     
  20. Dolly

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    Another go at painting something..

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