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At 5/2/12 08:40 PM, big-jonny-13 wrote:At 5/2/12 07:27 PM, Kashi wrote: This is 12x18, which doesn't fit in my scanner. As a result, it is slightly warped.I call this one Ely Straight Edge.2/100-ish xP I'll be uploading some together, so that should save posts, lol (2/20something? we'll see :P
Funny story, it's saved as "Straight Edge Portrait(.jpg)" lololol x)
At 5/12/12 08:49 PM, Kashi wrote: I need to remind myself to work in grayscale before moving onto color. Lack of contrast is a huge problem for me.
Getting closer :)C&C always welcome
Right... I'm done, I guess. I'd still like to know what/where I can improve, but I doubt that I'm going to actually go back and fix whatever's wrong. Just for future reference, it'd be nice.
At 6/20/12 09:34 PM, Kashi wrote: Back. Just a quick draw, as part of something I'm working on.
No references used. Tell me if anything's wrong.
^ That piece is pissing me off. Might have lost a few hours worth of work last night, and I can't confirm that till later.
In the meantime, just something I'm throwing around...
At 6/29/12 04:13 PM, Kashi wrote: Let's Jam >:)
Holy shit! It's Kashi!! Long time no see, but it's great to know you're posting. The new image looks good, my only problem is the perspective of the gun, it should be in the same perspective/direction of the hands.
And here's Gerry.
Come play and vote for Team Undercover Lover's game!
: This might as well be considered a WIP atm, since I plan on cleaning it up.
At 7/2/12 08:04 AM, Generations1st wrote: I love those clouds,so simple yet so effective, you make very good backgrounds.
My thoughts exactly, simple but effective.
I especially like the shed and the sandbox. I can even imagine feeling the sand if I was able to dig my hand into it. Must play your team's game now....
At 7/3/12 11:40 AM, Luwano wrote:At 7/2/12 08:04 AM, Generations1st wrote:
Thanks guys. :)
This was done in the beginning of January, I just got my Copics and wanted to test em out. They are awesome. ;P
Meanwhile, they bled through the two sheets under them. So much for my sketchbook being "great for Pencil, Pen, Marker, Pastel & Charcoal"... >_>
At 7/4/12 06:49 PM, Kashi wrote: This was done in the beginning of January, I just got my Copics and wanted to test em out. They are awesome. ;P
Very well done, the form is defined great. But the dropshadow on the spheres doesn't make sense. It should be more behind them judging from the lightest spots on the spheres. I like how you did the backlighting on the cylinders very much.
At 7/4/12 07:01 PM, Luwano wrote: But the dropshadow on the spheres doesn't make sense. I like how you did the backlighting on the cylinders very much.
Hmm, noted. And thanks :P
I totes got weird stares after drawing this in class, lmaoo.
At 7/4/12 07:28 PM, Kashi wrote:
I totes got weird stares after drawing this in class, lmaoo.March-ish?
I realize this is old and there isn't much point in me posting this, but the ear is a bit too small. I think it should go all the way up to about where the headband is. Ears normally go from the base of the nose to the highest part of the eyes
but he is wearing a mask...
At 7/7/12 02:41 PM, Kashi wrote: I drew you guys a panda.
Good job, Kashi. I'm seeing a lot of noticeable improvement with your work. You've come a long way. Keep up the good work.
Word to your mother
At 7/15/12 05:41 PM, Kashi wrote: Thanks guys.
Speedpaint. Around an hour.
Lookin good, Kaka! You forgot to paint the poor little guy's tail :(