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At 7/2/13 07:52 PM, Spac3case916 wrote:At 7/2/13 07:26 PM, TheThinkTinker wrote: here is even morethis latest stuff seems like your best stuff so far : )
thank you I have been practicing every day
At 7/3/13 12:34 AM, TheThinkTinker wrote:At 7/2/13 07:52 PM, Spac3case916 wrote:thank you I have been practicing every dayAt 7/2/13 07:26 PM, TheThinkTinker wrote: here is even morethis latest stuff seems like your best stuff so far : )
practicing everyday is where it's at!
[-----free like clouds-----]
she is my oc, an adventurer/racer set back in the 1940's or 1900's can remember hmmm... I'll start making a book out of most oc just to remember their story.
this is some hand practice I did by using stickys' hand practice.
"to become a master one most always start with the art of imitation"
yeah I did this to get used to drawing her for the creepy sheep contest, it was fun.
this was concept art for poliip's contest. her dino oc was really something new for me to draw it's making me think of taking the monster girl challenge
something I made for Halloween. I wanted to show more fear than sexy. me and my sister look at costumes for men and women and always see that male costumes are scary but 90% of female costumes are sexy. made me think if I ever get ab's and muscles I'm going as a sexy fireman.
the piece i was unable to finish for the creepy sheep contest. you can tell i rushed the tail and broom
At 12/2/13 10:41 PM, TheThinkTinker wrote: got a new tablet
Omg Im so jealous of your art style! I wish I could draw like that! :')
the lord of our savior. el christio
At 12/2/13 10:43 PM, rendibsivad wrote:At 12/2/13 10:41 PM, TheThinkTinker wrote: got a new tabletOmg Im so jealous of your art style! I wish I could draw like that! :')
Thank you! This really means a lot when I've been working so hard on improving. And remember you can draw like this too just takes time and practice no master became a master over night.
At 7/3/13 12:51 AM, TheThinkTinker wrote: a side profiles
The ear should be moved back a bit more, the jaw lines usually end up leading directly into the location of the ear, just where the bottom of your jaw curves horizontally and then reaches the part at the back where it reaches an angle and goes into the vertical part that then finishes at the location of your ears.
I feel slightly hollow inside.