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    Heroic Warrior ksharpe's Avatar
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    Two-Badd

    Just wanted to share a Two-badd in progress. Pencils on 11x17.

    Two-badd--pencils_sharpe lo res.jpg
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    Dang, that's good!!!
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    Many thanks Wakko!

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    Love your style - the lines are tight and yet has a nice organic look to them. Your skills really bring out the textures in the character. Fantastic job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksharpe View Post
    Many thanks Wakko!
    You're welcome. I just took a deep dive into your work on deviantart. I'm floored. Really great work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iluvart View Post
    Love your style - the lines are tight and yet has a nice organic look to them. Your skills really bring out the textures in the character. Fantastic job!
    Much Appreciated! I do try to get those textures in there. Hes such a fun character to draw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksharpe View Post
    Much Appreciated! I do try to get those textures in there. Hes such a fun character to draw!
    Out of curiosity, a couple of questions - did you go to art school, or did you get to this level by practising a lot? And are there any "targeted drills" you'd recommend? Thanks.

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    I try to , in any free time i have, practice sketching and life drawing. If i feel I'm weak on anything , I search out as much ref I can and practice that as much as possible.

    No formal schooling for art, just a desire to learn . While I gravitate towards muscular figure types, in my practice i try to do as many " normal" people too. What i look for is making sure I understand what im drawing and repeatedly practice that. Perspective -- multiple point, anatomy, storytelling, composition---anything i can find.


    I do " drills" in a loose sense that if I feel im weak on ..lets say..Forearms, I'll find ref, then draw as many examples and angles as I can in a session. The internet is a great tool for instant access to reference.
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    Heroic Warrior Iluvart's Avatar
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    You are very hard working and dedicated then when it comes to getting good at drawing, because your efforts show!

    Years ago I did more drawing, these days I have gotten very lazy. After the housework, paying the bills, getting stuff ready for my kid's school, etc. I seem to find every excuse to not do something that requires "using my brain". Deep down I am probably rather lazy, my list of commitments just give me a convenient excuse.

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