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Author   Topic : "Anurizm's Studies and Sketchbook"
Anurizm
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PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2007 7:20 pm     Reply with quote
Here is my sketch book, I am wanting to become a concept artist. I am self teaching myself, because I can't afford school and I work a full time job so I draw in my spare time.

Here are my sketches in order that I have done them.









here was an attempt to do a concept of Max from the Sega Genesis game Streets of Rage 2, I am not satisfied with this one, but I will going to do some more soon!








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Anurizm
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PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2007 7:22 pm     Reply with quote


Here is my latest

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PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2007 10:47 pm     Reply with quote
I think you're doing the right thing, keep doing those studies! they remind me alot of my own sketches a few years ago (not that i'm very advanced now)

are you drawing from life as well? if not, you should! talking from my own experience, it's a very good way to learn about all the things that builds a picture. general understaing of light, perspective, proportion, values etc
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Anurizm
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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2007 1:53 pm     Reply with quote
@notic: Thanks, yeah I am beginning to do a lot more life drawings Smile

I have been trying to learn form the past few days now to get rid of the flat look in my drawings. When I looked at my bot drawing posted above, I can now see the flatness in it. Not only am I seeing slight improvements in my form, but I am starting to see my lines beginning to loosen up and having some control. I am going to walk through Scott robertson's gnomon perspective and form dvd tonight.



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Anurizm
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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2007 1:54 pm     Reply with quote
I have been trying to learn form the past few days now to get rid of the flat look in my drawings. When I looked at my bot drawing posted above, I can now see the flatness in it. Not only am I seeing slight improvements in my form, but I am starting to see my lines beginning to loosen up and having some control. I am going to walk through Scott robertson's gnomon perspective and form dvd tonight.



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Petri.J
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 07, 2007 11:26 pm     Reply with quote
notic wrote:
I think you're doing the right thing, keep doing those studies! they remind me alot of my own sketches a few years ago (not that i'm very advanced now)

are you drawing from life as well? if not, you should! talking from my own experience, it's a very good way to learn about all the things that builds a picture. general understaing of light, perspective, proportion, values etc


I felt the same thing!
These look very similar to my old studies, if I look 8 years back.
Phew, 8 years.. I'm an old fart. Smile
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