My New Digital Sketchbook
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#62
@smrr - Thanks!

Here's a few new doodles testing out some newer, adjusted brushes.











-Sketchbook-
"... for drawing is a thinking person's art." - Walt Stanchfield.
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#63
Your foundation needs a little bit of Loomis. Your proportions are way out of whack..

Juuust trolling! Man. If this is your sketchbook, how much better is your portfolio?

If you are reading this, I most likely just gave you a crappy crit! What I'm basically trying to say is, don't give up!  
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#64
Lovely stuff, the way you capture facial features is awesome!

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#65
The last set you uploaded is amazing man, i think you should stick to that brush you seem to be very comfortable with it

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#66
Thanks for the answer, definitely helped a lot. It gets kind of abstract when you think of what shapes make up a certain character.

Nice updates ! Always leaving here inspired.
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#67
@John - Thanks man! I do think I could use some more Loomis in my life though.

@Piotr Jasielski - Thanks!

@tripna - Thanks! I'm trying to get comfortable with digital in general so your comment means a lot.

@BenFlores - Glad I could help. The conceptual stuff can be a bit dense and I worry that I can't communicate the information clearly.


Some newer stuff. Trying to develop a process to move from sketch to finish in a controlled way, with predictable results.





-Sketchbook-
"... for drawing is a thinking person's art." - Walt Stanchfield.
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#68
(05-04-2016, 06:01 AM)JavierP Wrote: Trying to develop a process to move from sketch to finish in a controlled way, with predictable results.

Aaah yes, the dream <3

*swoons s'more over updates In love*

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#69
@smrr - Thanks! Yes, finding an efficient way to work is essential to producing consistent, professional work. However, don't think of it as a 'dream'. It is an absolutely necessary part of your development as an artist, if you wish to become a working professional.





-Sketchbook-
"... for drawing is a thinking person's art." - Walt Stanchfield.
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(06-02-2016, 06:26 AM)JavierP Wrote: @smrr - Thanks! Yes, finding an efficient way to work is essential to producing consistent, professional work. However, don't think of it as a 'dream'. It is an absolutely necessary part of your development as an artist, if you wish to become a working professional.
Holy... 
spot on o_o . Dang, this really opened my eyes, I need to get to work on this. 

Also, ty for more juicy updates! #blessed

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#71
@smrr - Thanks! I'm glad you liked them.

I have not posted in a while; have been busy with work and the general problems of life. Here are some newer images from inktober (analog) and a few digital warm-up sketches.

Fast:



Noisy:



Collect:



Hungry:



Sad:



Hidden:



Lost:



Rock:



Broken:



Jump:



Transport:



Worried:



Scared:













-Sketchbook-
"... for drawing is a thinking person's art." - Walt Stanchfield.
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#72
Welcome back! Hows the digital process coming? I see you found a nice chunky texture brush for sketching :D

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#73
Masterful work in here. This collection of inktober drawings look so well done they're screamin to be put into a book, and I love that each one of them has a story to tell.

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#74
Really cool stuff from inktober, these are good technically, but I also like ideas.
Waiting for something new :)

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