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The_Noik
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Pen, pencils and anthros.

Post by The_Noik » Thu Jun 01, 2006 11:30 am

Long tim, no seen. :D
I have been rather quiet for a while, but got some art now.
Non-digital drawings made with microns and pencils.

Looks like I'm quite a fan of anthromorphic creatures, eh?
Hope you like. :)

Anthro wolf.
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Expression doodles of one of the characters I'm worling on.
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And an older one.
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Post by The_Noik » Wed Jun 07, 2006 12:07 am

Anuther one... >_>

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Post by The_Noik » Thu Jun 08, 2006 11:07 pm

Working on another one. >_>

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Post by The_Noik » Fri Jun 23, 2006 4:54 am

Finally got around to finish it... ^_^;;;

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The face could been better, I know.
Other C&C are highly appreciated. :D
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Post by The_Noik » Mon Jun 26, 2006 9:19 am

I'm sorry for bumping the thread all the time,
but, doesn't anyone want to say something, or give C&C? :(
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Post by Kid Galactus » Mon Aug 07, 2006 5:49 pm

Hey man,

I have to say, your coloring is pretty good. You may want to try some hatching, sort of in the shape of the form to round out the shapes as you render. Your anatomy's getting a lot better. I really dig the bottom left leg on the guy in his boxers(?).

The big thing I'll say though, is that you should really focus on learning human physiognomy (<-- ten dollar word). Ideally you should know how to represent a normal person's face relatively accurately before you tackle exaggeration. Your faces look kind of flat, like they're over-laid ona cylinder or something. This is particularly noticeable on the expression model sheet, you have down at the bottom

anyhow, man it's good to see you still post.

Keep it up, let's see some more!
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Post by Josh-Ulrich » Mon Aug 07, 2006 6:26 pm

While I'm not personally huge on anthros, you've got some decent stuff going. Your coloring is nice, but you may want to try to push your darks a lot farther, the characters don't have much change in value. Your midtones and highlights are great, but your falling a bit short on the shadow areas. It's flattening out your images quite a bit. A greater range in value and contrast will bring these guys to life a lot more.

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Post by The_Noik » Wed Aug 09, 2006 2:25 pm

Thx for the replies, you two. ^_^

Kid: Ye, the faces need some work out, and I actually didn't practice normal human enough...
Kinda hopped to the anthro stuff to quick I think. O_o
Especially the cat's face isn't too well, I'll keep practicing, thx for the tip.

Josh: I'm practicing on the shadows quite much, but ye, still... XD
Anyway, the pencils I use, Bruynzeel Design, aren't too well, but lets not blame those.
Pherhaps I should expiriment a bit more and study some more on how shadow looks in different situations.

But thx for the replies again! :D
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Post by aaron » Thu Aug 10, 2006 12:49 am

human physiognomy is a good idea to practice more for you. But really you have come a long way, and I like the coloring. Keep on keeping on.

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