Lets just call this an art journal now. [Nsfw?Practice#1]

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Lets just call this an art journal now. [Nsfw?Practice#1]

Post by incognito » Mon Aug 30, 2004 11:00 pm

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Still have to blend some more, and add more line variety on the big hand.

I hate it and like it at the same time.

:/

well, C&C if you may.
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Post by deantrippe » Mon Aug 30, 2004 11:04 pm

Not bad, man. Glad to see you're still drawing. Anyway, the shading on these seems to be moving in the right direction. You seem to be missing the internal structure, which should be the basis of your forms.

Anyway, keep on rockin.

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Post by incognito » Mon Aug 30, 2004 11:05 pm

I see what you mean man, I keep forgetting to use your tip on the internal drawing. I have to remember to use it. Thanks!

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Post by deantrippe » Mon Aug 30, 2004 11:12 pm

incognito wrote:I see what you mean man, I keep forgetting to use your tip on the internal drawing. I have to remember to use it. Thanks!
I swear dude, I wish half my students responded like that. :)

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Post by incognito » Mon Aug 30, 2004 11:13 pm

dryponder wrote:
incognito wrote:I see what you mean man, I keep forgetting to use your tip on the internal drawing. I have to remember to use it. Thanks!
I swear dude, I wish half my students responded like that. :)
Haha.
Students? What year?

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Post by bigg » Tue Aug 31, 2004 6:37 am

cool stuff. i think you can push the contrast more on the shadeing. the hands in the sammer pic are my fav.
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Post by deantrippe » Tue Aug 31, 2004 10:13 am

incognito wrote:
dryponder wrote:
incognito wrote:I see what you mean man, I keep forgetting to use your tip on the internal drawing. I have to remember to use it. Thanks!
I swear dude, I wish half my students responded like that. :)
Haha.
Students? What year?
I teach middle school art now. Cool, huh? It's outside Atlanta, with mostly immigrant kids from all over the world, and some locals. I love it.

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Post by Hupselipup » Tue Aug 31, 2004 10:41 am

I'd say you've gotten better. Pretty swell. Keep it up man.

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Post by incognito » Tue Aug 31, 2004 3:59 pm

Thank you.

Middle School Dryponder? That must be stressful!
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Post by incognito » Sun Sep 12, 2004 3:17 am

Here is the finished. More or less. Not too proud of this one, but I like it.

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I do not like photobuckets policies on image size, at times.

Well, C&C please. I can't improve on my own critiques alone. :D


- and I am aware of the horrible shadows.

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Post by secretid » Mon Sep 13, 2004 8:11 am

Very cool. There is something wrong with the big hand, though. I tested it on my own hand _ the first finger is straight out, so from that angle the middle finger _ even though it's the longest one _ should appear shorter than the first. And the next one should appear shorter than that, and the little finger shortest of all. In fact, all four fingers should form points on a smooth arc moving in toward the palm.

All the other hands look good, especially the fists.

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Post by Derek » Mon Sep 13, 2004 12:33 pm

secretid wrote:Very cool. There is something wrong with the big hand, though. I tested it on my own hand _ the first finger is straight out, so from that angle the middle finger _ even though it's the longest one _ should appear shorter than the first. And the next one should appear shorter than that, and the little finger shortest of all. In fact, all four fingers should form points on a smooth arc moving in toward the palm.

All the other hands look good, especially the fists.
are you talking about this one:

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?

Because on my hand, the middle finger is still slightly longer, though not as long as incognito drew it. Also, why are you using underscores as dashes? A dash is two hypens.

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Post by secretid » Mon Sep 13, 2004 12:55 pm

First, I'm using underscores as hyphens because that's the way we have to do it at my newspaper and the habit sticks.

Second, I think it depends on the angle at which you're viewing the hand. If you can see any part of the palm, then the middle finger is longer. BUt if you can't see any palm, and the fingers are pointed straight out, the first finger is going to look longest. At least on my hand. I don't know about your freak fingers!

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Post by Derek » Mon Sep 13, 2004 12:56 pm

Oh, yeah. I turned my hand a little and got the angle closer. The two fingers are about the same length.

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Post by incognito » Wed Sep 15, 2004 12:00 am

Yeah, these inconsistencies come from changing the angle each time I look, since I draw with my right hand. And I was drawing my right hand at the same time...

But thank you.

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