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Author:  0404 [ Sun Nov 04, 2012 7:30 pm ]
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is he recognizable?
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Author:  RandomGeekNamedBrent [ Sun Nov 04, 2012 8:41 pm ]
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indeed he is. I barely even remember that character and I recognized him.

Author:  0404 [ Sun Nov 04, 2012 10:59 pm ]
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periwinkle he is!
Awrhhhh forgot to draw his tail...

Author:  legendario13 [ Tue Nov 06, 2012 11:51 pm ]
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is there is just raised very high behind him :3

Author:  FritzyBeat [ Wed Nov 07, 2012 1:24 am ]
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an art thread you say? Meh, sure! Why not! :D

Heres a pic I drew this summer, its an oldie, but I still consider it one of my best:
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Also, Some Spyro Fan Art:
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And a little thing I conjured up a while back on bad paper:
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There, now that you all know what my art looks like, feel free to criticize it to your hearts content XP
*runs*

Author:  RandomGeekNamedBrent [ Wed Nov 07, 2012 1:32 am ]
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no criticism here, I love 'em

Author:  FritzyBeat [ Wed Nov 07, 2012 1:34 am ]
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RandomGeekNamedBrent Wrote:
no criticism here, I love 'em

dawwww... but thats how I learn :P
Thanks Brent!

Author:  FlintTheSquirrel [ Wed Nov 07, 2012 9:38 am ]
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They are quite good, in my opinion better than most ones I see here. (No offense to everyone else) You sure have a lot going on in your pictures.

Author:  0404 [ Wed Nov 07, 2012 4:22 pm ]
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get a job as an animator now!!

Author:  FritzyBeat [ Wed Nov 07, 2012 9:52 pm ]
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FlintTheSquirrel Wrote:
They are quite good, in my opinion better than most ones I see here. (No offense to everyone else) You sure have a lot going on in your pictures.

Thank you Flint! I enjoy drawing a lot of stuff happening in my pictures, to make them more interesting.

texascat018 Wrote:
get a job as an animator now!!

I'd absolutely love to, but first I need a program for animation.
The last time I animated anything was about a year ago, so I'd have to refresh myself on a lot of the basics XD

Author:  FritzyBeat [ Wed Nov 21, 2012 2:13 pm ]
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Sorry for the double post, but heres a little more art from me :)
Hope you like!

A sketch I did of a friend of mine's dragon character:
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I often get requests to draw people's fan characters, heres two of those I did recently: (the first is a redesign I did, the second was a comic commission)
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I am never drawing Mamashiba EVER again *headdesks*

Author:  yehoshua [ Mon Nov 26, 2012 12:54 am ]
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Well, you're awesome.

Author:  Arjay [ Wed Nov 28, 2012 4:49 am ]
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somedays i get so extremely tired that I want to post whatever is on hand on the internet.
This is one of those days.


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Author:  FritzyBeat [ Wed Nov 28, 2012 4:18 pm ]
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Arjay Wrote:
somedays i get so extremely tired that I want to post whatever is on hand on the internet.
This is one of those days.


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Well, what you have on-hand is pretty good I must say :D

You did a great job on the proportions of the face, and you added some nice detail to jacket and clothing. Good Job Arjay!

texascat018 Wrote:
get a job as an animator now!!

Speaking of which, I'm actually just beginning to learn to do it now :mrgreen:
Does anyone have any tips on how to animate on Photoshop Cs6? and by tips, I mean full blown explanations. I'm literally trying something completely new at this point, and I need all the help I can get.

Author:  Arjay [ Wed Nov 28, 2012 6:05 pm ]
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TheMobian Wrote:
Arjay Wrote:
somedays i get so extremely tired that I want to post whatever is on hand on the internet.
This is one of those days.


Well, what you have on-hand is pretty good I must say :D

You did a great job on the proportions of the face, and you added some nice detail to jacket and clothing. Good Job Arjay!


thanks! I'm really proud of it!

Author:  Cm4F [ Wed Dec 05, 2012 11:07 pm ]
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I was supposed to be studying for Finals, but I drew Sonic instead.

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Hope you like it!
Download Link Here

Author:  McFly [ Wed Dec 05, 2012 11:30 pm ]
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Maybe they'll give you extra credit for it. :3

Author:  XxCyberGamerxX [ Thu Dec 06, 2012 2:03 am ]
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A+ in my book good job!

Author:  NickCole [ Thu Dec 06, 2012 4:21 am ]
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Oh wow, it's been forever since I last posted here.

So here's a random doodle:
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Author:  0404 [ Sat Dec 08, 2012 4:30 pm ]
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Cm4F Wrote:
I was supposed to be studying for Finals, but I drew Sonic instead.

if your final was art final....
Arjay Wrote:
somedays i get so extremely tired that I want to post whatever is on hand on the internet.
This is one of those days.


I'm having same day too...

TheMobian Wrote:
texascat018 Wrote:
get a job as an animator now!!

Speaking of which, I'm actually just beginning to learn to do it now :mrgreen:
Does anyone have any tips on how to animate on Photoshop Cs6? and by tips, I mean full blown explanations. I'm literally trying something completely new at this point, and I need all the help I can get.

I wish I can help but I'm not in to that area of computer :(

hummmmmm.

Author:  jopencjusz [ Tue Dec 25, 2012 8:44 am ]
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I see lots of new and really nice drawings since I was here last time. I think, I'll need to force myself to draw something and see if anything changed, even though my style was below average ;P

Author:  0404 [ Tue Dec 25, 2012 8:51 pm ]
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for my dear friend Grey Wolverine and Moonlight
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Jeff and Kyria.

Author:  jopencjusz [ Thu Dec 27, 2012 4:45 pm ]
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Nice job texascat :)


After my long break from drawing (today for the first time since April 2011 I took pencil) I made this:

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I have to admit, that after so long break it doesn't look so bad, it's rather on same level as my previous works.

Author:  FritzyBeat [ Fri Dec 28, 2012 1:43 am ]
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jopencjusz Wrote:
Nice job texascat :)


After my long break from drawing (today for the first time since April 2011 I took pencil) I made this:

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I have to admit, that after so long break it doesn't look so bad, it's rather on same level as my previous works.

Woah, great job jopencjusz!
And you haven't picked up a pencil in that long? I must say I'm very impressed. you should draw more often, you could become a great artist. :)

I also have a little bit more art to post from the past month. Its mostly just Sonic-related art for friends and such, but oh well.
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Sonic's Buckle is on backwards :|

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A little birthday gift I drew up =3

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And this was just a surprise gift I made for a friend just for fun :D

Hope you all enjoy! :mrgreen:

Author:  jopencjusz [ Fri Dec 28, 2012 3:32 am ]
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Mobian, I really like your drawings! Sonic looks cool in this style 8-)

Yeah, it was something like that, you could check my DA (link is in my signature). The drawing I put there before this above, are from the time, when my break begun.

Author:  FlintTheSquirrel [ Fri Dec 28, 2012 7:25 pm ]
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I like that Sonic Art of yours. ^^ Would love to see a drawing of Tails. :3

Author:  jopencjusz [ Fri Dec 28, 2012 8:44 pm ]
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My last drawing has really bad coloring, I've decided to improve it a little, it's effect:

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It's at least slightly better than the last one.

Author:  0404 [ Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:38 pm ]
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I hate you Mob. :lol:

jopencjusz Wrote:
My last drawing has really bad coloring, I've decided to improve it a little, it's effect:

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It's at least slightly better than the last one.

improved a lot!
I recommend you to study canine's skull shape and understand how it is constructed.
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it really helps you out.

Author:  DingoVolf [ Sun Dec 30, 2012 12:41 am ]
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texascat018 Wrote:
I recommend you to study canine's skull shape and understand how it is constructed.

Relevant and illustrative of that idea, though a sketch and not necessarily 100% anatomically correct:

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Then again, look at Mobi's stuff and compare it to the skull - nothing close to the skull structure. Yet Mobi maintains consistency in style, proportion, and quality.

I think above all, have fun with it, no matter how it looks, and keep working on it to make of it what you want. Practicing and enjoying your work will, IMO, always produce a more genuine product, no matter what that product is. :)

Edit: (Also, I'm going to guess that skull pic TC posted is from a domestic dog.)

Author:  jopencjusz [ Sun Dec 30, 2012 8:23 am ]
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Thanks for suggestion texascat, but I'm right now working mostly on general my skills in general and I'd rather prefer to work on my own style, not necessary 100% correct with skull structure.

But in the first place, I'm doing it just for fun and this is most important ;)

Author:  jopencjusz [ Sun Dec 30, 2012 8:52 pm ]
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I really like drawing uploaded by DingoVolf in Scratch's Fan Comic, it's link to this

I like that much this style, that I've decided to do something very similar to compare and see how it'll works for me. Today I've made sketch and this is final effect:

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It could be better, but I think for the first time it's not that bad. I think I'll try to work on this style and do some other, different drawings in it.

What do you think about it?

Author:  0404 [ Sun Dec 30, 2012 10:41 pm ]
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Nice Drawin' Pol!
I think eyes are placed little bit high. other than that it looks awesome!
it's really nice of you to find and experience new styles
like this, sorry for messing with your drawing.
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I wished I had a skull of Cat and canine, Plastic ones.
do you have any feline skull reference?

Dingovolf Wrote:
I think above all, have fun with it, no matter how it looks, and keep working on it to make of it what you want. Practicing and enjoying your work will, IMO, always produce a more genuine product, no matter what that product is. :)
ditto!

Author:  Alastair [ Mon Dec 31, 2012 12:32 am ]
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I did a art trade with a guy on FA called HindruDenver. I made him a song and he drew me a pic of my fursona. I think he's a fantastic artist. He doesn't have near the rep that he deserves.

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Author:  jopencjusz [ Mon Dec 31, 2012 3:21 am ]
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No problem Texascat ;) And thanks to your changes on my drawing, I see that for sure eyes should be lower. Other things rather are ok, it's only matter of improve right now.

Alastair, this looks great! I'll need to check this guy gallery, because I love this drawing.

Author:  Alastair [ Mon Dec 31, 2012 7:42 am ]
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jopencjusz Wrote:
Alastair, this looks great! I'll need to check this guy gallery, because I love this drawing.


Yeah go check him out! He's awesome! And he was good to work with too. :)

Author:  0404 [ Tue Jan 01, 2013 2:02 pm ]
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Raksta Alas!!!

BF3 rules!
I pretty much followed the outlines of a photo of BF3 a character. No credit for drawing the body.
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Author:  DingoVolf [ Tue Jan 01, 2013 10:13 pm ]
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jopencjusz Wrote:
I really like drawing uploaded by DingoVolf in Scratch's Fan Comic

Oh man, I am honored, sir!

Good suggestions by TC and great to see you making more things!
There's... lemme look here... see if this works:
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1434&start=90

That should put a post by Mctwisp at the top, and if you go down a bit it shows grabbing an image and deconstructing the figure. Developing a good feel for building a basic structure from which to bring out a figure is just essential. Don't feel bad about borrowing figures and body shapes from art and pictures to better understand good figure building, just make sure to credit your source.

texascat018 Wrote:
I wished I had a skull of Cat and canine, Plastic ones.
do you have any feline skull reference?

Wish I did, but you should be able to find all sorts of ref images online. It can get a little technical, but looking up material on mammal anatomy can give some great insight on why they're structured they way they are and what bits go where. For instance, the ears are just huge funnels with articulating musculature that go all the way down to the back and bottom of the skull on the sides where the auditory nerves actually reside.

Author:  FritzyBeat [ Wed Jan 02, 2013 2:13 am ]
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texascat018 Wrote:
I hate you Mob. :lol:

MUAHAHAHAHAHA :twisted:
DingoVolf Wrote:
texascat018 Wrote:
I recommend you to study canine's skull shape and understand how it is constructed.

Relevant and illustrative of that idea, though a sketch and not necessarily 100% anatomically correct:

Image

Then again, look at Mobi's stuff and compare it to the skull - nothing close to the skull structure. Yet Mobi maintains consistency in style, proportion, and quality.

I think above all, have fun with it, no matter how it looks, and keep working on it to make of it what you want. Practicing and enjoying your work will, IMO, always produce a more genuine product, no matter what that product is. :)

Edit: (Also, I'm going to guess that skull pic TC posted is from a domestic dog.)


Thats true, but its also not true. It really depends on your style of drawing.
Me, I have a very cartoony WB-like style, so I focus much more on the overall look of the character. I don't spend time worrying about scull structure or realism, I spend my time trying to make the character look as interesting as possible, while still looking at least a little proportional.

For example:
If a more modern realism type artist where to see this, what would he say?
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He'd probably tell me that the character on the left's jaw has totally dislocated from the rest of his body, while the character's jaw on the right has completely dissipated into the rest of his face.
Then he'd throw a basic body structure book at my head and tell me to start learning.

By normal standards, he's completely right, and the characters are all completely out of whack, but by cartoonist standards, the characters would be considered fine. Why? Because they look funny without looking so off model that they aren't recognizable as the same characters. The goal (and challenge) of a cartoonist to is to create expression in the best way possible for the characters being portrayed, while still keeping them recognizable to the audience. That is how I approach my artwork. :)

Author:  jopencjusz [ Wed Jan 02, 2013 6:04 am ]
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DingoVolf Wrote:
Oh man, I am honored, sir!

Good suggestions by TC and great to see you making more things!
There's... lemme look here... see if this works:
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1434&start=90

That should put a post by Mctwisp at the top, and if you go down a bit it shows grabbing an image and deconstructing the figure. Developing a good feel for building a basic structure from which to bring out a figure is just essential. Don't feel bad about borrowing figures and body shapes from art and pictures to better understand good figure building, just make sure to credit your source.


You're welcome :)

Oh, it's old thread made by Res. Too bad he's not here :(

I've read Mctwisp's post and it's really good stuff! I also need to admit, that for none of my drawings (and probably it's easily to see) used anything to create skeleton, or something like this. I'm always starting from drawing with all details I put on drawings. Don't know why I'm doing like this :P


And here is my new drawing, this time I've tried to draw my fursona's head in different style:

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It's my second attempt with different style and I don't know what you think, but personally, I think my drawing looks better at this new in compare to my older drawings. I think I really should work on this more. Maybe later I'll add to this one whiskers.

Author:  FritzyBeat [ Wed Jan 02, 2013 4:22 pm ]
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jopencjusz Wrote:
DingoVolf Wrote:
Oh man, I am honored, sir!

Good suggestions by TC and great to see you making more things!
There's... lemme look here... see if this works:
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1434&start=90

That should put a post by Mctwisp at the top, and if you go down a bit it shows grabbing an image and deconstructing the figure. Developing a good feel for building a basic structure from which to bring out a figure is just essential. Don't feel bad about borrowing figures and body shapes from art and pictures to better understand good figure building, just make sure to credit your source.


You're welcome :)

Oh, it's old thread made by Res. Too bad he's not here :(

I've read Mctwisp's post and it's really good stuff! I also need to admit, that for none of my drawings (and probably it's easily to see) used anything to create skeleton, or something like this. I'm always starting from drawing with all details I put on drawings. Don't know why I'm doing like this :P


And here is my new drawing, this time I've tried to draw my fursona's head in different style:

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It's my second attempt with different style and I don't know what you think, but personally, I think my drawing looks better at this new in compare to my older drawings. I think I really should work on this more. Maybe later I'll add to this one whiskers.


As I said on DeviantART, you did a much better job on this one in comparison to the last one. The proportions and perspective look really good.
Again, you did a Great job! :D

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