Nika's Sketchbook
#21
Hey everybody. Long time no see! I think I'm going back to the old fashion way, of posting everyday, because this feels weird:)


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#23
So here's a boring update O_O Still fighting with the anatomy



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#24
Well, some new stuff



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#25
You've made some big strides since page one, nice work. Love the barry lyndon study! Your color sense has improved a lot, but values and the way that they are grouped is number one and doing some black and white studies would go a long way. Another thing I noticed is your proportions tend to get skewed as you get farther down a character, making the feet and legs far bigger proportionally than the torso and head. Keep going!

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#26
Devin Thanks for you psychological support. It feels kind of good to have someone back you up and motivate you even the tiniest bit when you are in a rough patch.





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#27
Wow, the lizard-like person with the creature on it's head is really creative...and ominous! The dark atmosphere works really well. The face might benefit from a bit of reference, just cause faces are so darn unforgiving.

Really like the rock arch in the ocean--such nice colors, and a loose sketchy feel.

“If you're not prepared to be wrong, you'll never come up with anything original.”
-Ken Robinson

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#28
thanks Tygerson for checking out my work! I appreciate it.

Here are some sketches from today. I'm unhappy with what I've been doing lately :/





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#30
Here is a color doodle I did this afternoon


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#31
regardless of the themes you choose, you've got a very expressionist style and pallet choices. Nice.

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#32
Smile 
Rognoll, thank you, great to hear!

5-10 min poses


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#33
Wow, these studies look great considering the time frame!

As for the warm up sketch from the post before, the stance looks a little awkward because both feet face the same direction. Upright standing poses always work best when the angle of the feet forms a V-shape viewed from above.

Keep up the good work! :)

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#34
Daily studies... sorry about the quality



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#35
Today's stuff... weak update.


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#36
60 poses... and a 30 min study



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#37
I joined a group on facebook Daily spitpaint and I've done some of the topics like: Birth from flowers and Crystal warrior.
First Birth from flowers, was done under 30 minutes and second version 45 min





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#38
Some speed paintings and a self portrait




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#39
Here's more trial and error o_o


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#40
lol, seems like we're doing the same master studies :p great pallets!

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