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Old 02-07-2006, 10:39 AM   #31
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herez a
DBZ drawing i did a while a go when i was first learning to draw. I did it in just a normal blue pen one morning.
Its not as good as some of the art posted here in the past.
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Old 02-07-2006, 10:53 AM   #32
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Some may remember this
Its from Prince of Persia
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Old 02-07-2006, 10:55 AM   #33
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Ahh Dude

thatsa shame, would have been nice to see them. Do it again LOL

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Old 02-07-2006, 06:34 PM   #34
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Great sketch 3Demon - I would love to see the model - it's a shame you dont have any renders.

Nice drawings bcrichplayer - that's some crazy hair on the first one! And I like your Prince of Persia sketch - very cool! Well done for putting your drawings in - it's nice to see this thread hasn't completely fallen off the map.

Come on people!
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Old 02-07-2006, 08:26 PM   #35
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Hey Guys

I did scan these, they were on my usb stick, I just forgot. Not proportionally great but again these are for my personal project, and were done between renders at work, one in ballpoint and the other in pencil. they were also done on A3 sized paper so are pretty big too.

If you guys like Prince of Persia get over to the forums at www.conceptart.org its run by Massive Blacks' Jason Manley, its a great forum and full of fantastic inspirational works

Will post again in the week

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Old 02-07-2006, 08:41 PM   #36
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In Fact have a link:

The artwork in this thread will make your jaw drop for a week!!


Great stuff

http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=68188

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Old 03-07-2006, 06:42 AM   #37
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Marko's work is pretty damn good that's for sure, I remember looking through his stuff a while back (starting to get a little similar to Justin Sweet) , a lot of the sketchbooks look fantastic as well.
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Old 03-07-2006, 06:49 AM   #38
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..Marko makes me wish i'd never dropped my pencil for a mouse...
i now have the urge to pick it back up for the first time in years...wow

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I've just started fleshing out his cape, which is still mostly just base colors for it. The boots I haven't even started yet, and I'll be touching up the drawing of his legs (i'm aware that his left foot looks really messed up right now). The countours are also temporary, and I'll be touching those up once the actual painting is completed.

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Not really concept work but here's some of my dead old 2D artwork (over 8 years ago, the A-level stuff at the bottom is over 12 years old! gulp).
The only computer-based ones are the Dunction Wood pictures, the rest are pencil, charcoal, acrylic or oil.
The newer stuff (general and life drawing sections) are when I decided to start up again last year and learn about proper proportions of the body. I've got more but its hard to scan A1/A2 sized sheets

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Good stuff T1ck - there are some really nice life drawings there - well done for getting back into it.

And cheers for that link Jay - some of that stuff by Marko is making me weep!
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some kinda machine

samll quick drawing.
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i might have to 'brush up' on the old 2D skills, brush the dust offf that is but its about time (some 15-20 years later) great thread Jay im going to start thinking about this today.
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hi, time for me to contribute a little. I was planing to put down some of my work ages ago, but somehow I never did.
Here we go, some kind of fat dinosaur. I'd love to model and animate him dancing with all his fat bouncing around. Not sure I will find the time...
By the way I usually do my sketches on paper but I'd love to try out a proper drawing tablet. I had a go once but it was about five years old and really didn't impress me. I took a look at the intuos3 by wacom, but like 300 euro+ for a A5 one seems really expensive. Anyone has experience? Is it worth spending all that money or would an intuos2 or 1 bought of ebay do the same job?

thanks guys, enjoy my "fatosaurus"
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