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This was just something I did when I worked for my town two years ago. The job included a lot of sitting around (night security at the public pool). So, having watched FFVII: Advent Children earlier that day, I just started putting this together. Not the greatest looking thing I've ever drawn, but it killed a lot of time on my shift.
A few holiday sketches. would've drawn more, but skyrim was more addictive than I ever thought possible. If you want me to upload the full image of any of these and/ or have any pointers or observations let me know, I'm open to just about anything until my (final) school semester really picks up.
term papers are done, waiting for finals and graduation. First time picking up my sketchbook in a few weeks
messing with a free CAD program. Maybe not bad for a first time, but I'm pretty much clueless using all of its features (I'd add color and shades if I knew how).
yeah, so I'm dealing with some bullsh*t concerning by BA. So, the only time I've had to draw lately is when I'm on break at work. Nothing really special, mostly just letting my hand drift.
At 6/10/12 01:21 PM, XWarrior61 wrote: yeah, so I'm dealing with some bullsh*t concerning by BA. So, the only time I've had to draw lately is when I'm on break at work. Nothing really special, mostly just letting my hand
LOL they look like doodles
At 6/12/12 07:16 PM, malfunction19 wrote:At 6/10/12 01:21 PM, XWarrior61 wrote: yeah, so I'm dealing with some bullsh*t concerning by BA. So, the only time I've had to draw lately is when I'm on break at work. Nothing really special, mostly just letting my handLOL they look like doodles
Yeah, I've been drawing other things when I have the time. But, most of it has been copy art. Unless I'm using it as an example, I try not to post that kind of stuff since it's not my own original piece.
At 7/3/12 04:30 PM, XWarrior61 wrote: anyone know of any good references for foreshortening?
Just find the right models on posemaniacs. You can rotate poses too I believe.
At 7/3/12 07:08 PM, GinkoLaw wrote: I believe a visual demonstration would help you improve...also do you have a thing for really gruff looking men with strong upper builds? Not trying to be offensive, just...curious.
Anyway you can draw faces well; though your real problem is your arms and legs, they look like stubs. elongate the body and try and match the arms/legs to real life.
The arm when raised, the elbow should be little bit above the top of your head. The arm down, your hand should be at your groin.
Also do you mind if I post a coloring of your Yosemite Sam?
Thanks for the tips guys.
@ GinkoLaw- The over sized upper body is something I'm trying to get away from, I haven't been drawing much lately so it's taking time. As far as using Yosamite Sam, go ahead.
Well, definately keeping my ass busy. Between working part time at my local walmart (it's a paycheck, customers are often more retarded than the people everyone thinks walmart hires), searching for a full time job (only 2 responses in 2 months, yay economy), looking over anatomy references to try and improve my style (nothing worth posting here yet), and to top it all off I picked up a copy of Adobe CS Flash professional 6 since it was on sale and I still get my student discount (long story short; found out 6 days after May graduation that I was actually missing a class, so I had to change my graduation date to August just so I could take 1 summer course).
Just getting used to the controls on FP6 right now and finally dusting off my tablet
Well, I drew this back in October. Nothing special, but it was something to do while I had no power.
still messing with CAD a bit in between job searches (recently finished some training as an auto tech). Haven't drawn much of anything lately though, just doodles while I'm on my meal breaks at work.