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14742 No. 14742 ID: bee139
It has been a long time since my artwork graced this unworthy board.
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No. 14745 ID: bee139
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No. 14750 ID: be0461
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14750
Remember when I said something along the lines of SAI being useless? Well...
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No. 14753 ID: 50ee41
nice
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No. 14754 ID: 7d2165
>>14742
Lord be praised !
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No. 14756 ID: a01858
>>14750

SAI isn't useless, it's just disgusting.
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No. 14757 ID: dd3420
>>14756

I used to think so as well. That its tools were completely ineffective for painting in the way I choose to. However, when simply playing around with some settings, I discovered that the crayon tool, of all things, was very good when applied some bristle-type brush.

Otherwise, the interface is very neat and easy to navigate. What annoys me is that I cannot rule a straight line by holding shift and drawing across.
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No. 14758 ID: f09b71
I also do want to note, though I may be preaching to the choir, that SAI is far from useless when using lineart. SAI has that down, but I may be unduly biased even moreso because my tablet and photoshop don't play nice. Half the time the lines are shaky and unpleasant, the other half the pressure sensitivity just straight up doesn't work for that line.

The lack of orthogonal lines is a pretty lame thing though. A short workaround is to click on the screen to draw a dot, then use the arrow keys to go straight left/right/up/down, then shift-click to finish the line.

Personally I use Fire Alpaca to set up a grid or radial/perspective lines (those features are great and should be in way more programs than they are), then copy that layer and paste it into SAI. Bonus points because it conserves transparency between the copy paste, something that neither SAI nor photoshop does.
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No. 14759 ID: dd3420
>>14758

I find that interesting about Photoshop not accepting the transparency. Do you mean that you literally just copy and paste the layer from one programme to the other? Or do you export it as a .PNG or something? Because I know for a fact that Photoshop has alpha support.

Does FiraAlpaca actually have a feature to set up a proper perspective grid? That would be the best thing. I completely agree that more programmes should have that feature.
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No. 14761 ID: f09b71
>>14759
I do mean literally "Select All" then Ctrl-c what's on the layer in fire alpaca, then ctrl-v in SAI. And unless I'm terribly mistaken, photoshop doesn't preserve transparency with that method, despite that as you say, it does handle transparency with saving PNG's just fine. (PNG transparency isn't something that SAI does either, unfortunately.)

And yes, Fire alpaca actually does have the stuff to make a proper perspective grid. It's got a couple quirks and could be expanded on, but it is way better than the usual nothing at all.
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No. 14762 ID: 3f7a14
>>14761
Oh man, cool. Thanks for telling me about it. I'll give it a try later on today.
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No. 14766 ID: 3641de
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14766
I am a little shit at getting the pure-dark armour right first try.
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No. 14784 ID: a1fefe
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14784
Goddam, internet has been such an unforgivable faggot until just now. This is like the 4th attempt to upload this over the last 12 or so hours.
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No. 14785 ID: b85f8c
>>14784
Lookin' good so far.
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No. 14790 ID: f081aa
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14790
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No. 14794 ID: ac4a68
>>14784
awsome
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No. 14796 ID: e5c426
>>14790
From the thumbnail that looked like a boombox and I thought it was ganger bolds.
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No. 14799 ID: 58cb3d
>>14796
>>14790
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yvEYKRF5IA
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No. 14807 ID: 347d43
File 134555209762.jpg - (193.39KB , 900x900 , yeah.jpg )
14807
Accurate self-portrait.

I decided that tomorrow I am going to try and be cool and important in my actions. I don't dress very dapper anymore either, and the resulting scruffiness/commoner appearance has contributed to not feeling as important as I actually am. Also, my greatcoat doesn't go with any of my peasant clothing and that is really a sad thing.
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No. 14871 ID: e53c8f
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14871
>>14807

Well I was hardly cool and important! But I did alright a maths that day anyway.


This was my favourite game for the PlayStation. What was yours?
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No. 14874 ID: 3894d2
>>14871
THE HERO OF GALLOWMERE!
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No. 14902 ID: 2b8fe6
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14902
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No. 14941 ID: d45f40
>>14871
he was the best
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No. 14970 ID: 4d9400
File 134615864719.png - (400.93KB , 1000x1000 , urg.png )
14970
This is a picture of me waking up this morning, feeling a lot more refreshed and lively than usual.

Also, I really like SAI now. Not enough to buy it though, lmfao.
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No. 15099 ID: 315d30
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15099
yeah
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No. 15135 ID: 2adb60
File 134726014769.jpg - (416.99KB , 1200x1200 , knight.jpg )
15135
Warmup sketch. ~30 minutes.

I've had this character in mind for a while. If my mind was some kind of Sword and Sorcery setting, where Overlord was representative of my ambitions, then this guy is a rival warlord, and he represents laziness, apathy, which thwarts overlord and his attempts to reign. He has a firm hold on the land, and overlord tries constantly to banish him, but he does not go without a fight. He is the grand saboteur.
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No. 15142 ID: 49d6d7
>>14761
Actually, it's Windows that doesn't preserve transparency if you just copy what you see. The image is turned into a bitmap into the clipboard when you copy it that way. And bitmap doesn't have transparency whatsoever.
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No. 15152 ID: f09b71
>>15142
Then I suppose by windows default that is the case, but by some way or another fire alpaca preserves transparency with its cut/copy and pasting to specifically SAI. Yet it gets messed up if you try to paste the same thing to photoshop (no transparency, and changes to black).
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No. 15153 ID: 5abcdc
File 134735389461.jpg - (48.91KB , 1000x1000 , overlorddifferent.jpg )
15153
Just mucking about
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No. 15154 ID: 4eb50c
File 134736537059.jpg - (71.75KB , 1000x1000 , overlorddifferent.jpg )
15154
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No. 15156 ID: 4b8b01
>>15154
dayum!
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No. 15157 ID: 51ba60
great!
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No. 15160 ID: 59813e
File 134741461163.jpg - (67.96KB , 1000x1000 , overlorddifferent.jpg )
15160
I took an antihistamine this morning and now I am totally stuffed.
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No. 15162 ID: 84f944
I like your voice Overlord, and the way you do funny voices when you read.
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No. 15168 ID: 405e32
File 134745228873.jpg - (75.14KB , 1000x1000 , overlorddifferent.jpg )
15168
Almost done, although it needs more of a background.

>>15162

You are too kind.
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No. 15170 ID: 405e32
File 134745766687.jpg - (84.35KB , 1000x1000 , overlorddifferent.jpg )
15170
I appreciate any criticisms
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No. 15171 ID: 405e32
File 134746158935.jpg - (545.49KB , 1200x1200 , overlorddifferent.jpg )
15171
Okay whatever, it's done.
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No. 15174 ID: 405e32
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15174
This was also done.
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No. 15175 ID: feab56
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15175
>>15174
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No. 15176 ID: b0d1a8
>>15174
that's just awesome
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No. 15190 ID: 405e32
File 134750553540.gif - (93.97KB , 800x800 , unoriginal_man.gif )
15190
colours practice
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No. 15191 ID: 405e32
File 134750734761.gif - (85.17KB , 800x800 , artstyletest4.gif )
15191
Concept and practice on efficiency and speed of technique. Maybe about 10m, although I'd like to get it far under that.
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No. 15198 ID: 7d2165
>>15191
classy
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No. 15218 ID: c6ec33
>>15174
Oh shit, that is awesome. Even my headvoice for you changed from ugyuu to badass.

>>15191
10min?

Are you a wizard? D:
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No. 15219 ID: a6cf81
>>15218

Only a shit wizard, 'cause I can't do it in 2.
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No. 15239 ID: 78b207
File 134778970077.png - (147.07KB , 1000x1000 , huh.png )
15239
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No. 15263 ID: 249ad5
Whats your policy on requests Mr. Overlord?
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No. 15264 ID: 023697
>>15263

My policy is that, if requests don't come with a bunch of money, I don't do them.
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No. 15279 ID: 692da0
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15279
You worms! You slime!
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No. 15290 ID: 496845
>>15279
oh man these colors!! wonderfullll
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No. 15291 ID: 496845
actually whoa, upon browsing your thread in its entirety I see you have only gotten exponentially more badass.
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No. 15323 ID: 093dbf
File 134831876171.gif - (54.10KB , 800x800 , man.gif )
15323
<10mins experiment

>>15291

Oh Cisqur, you do me too much honour.
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No. 15333 ID: cf03c7
File 134839097647.png - (418.20KB , 900x900 , SpaceChan.png )
15333
I need to do more studies of real things. I need to work on anatomy, animal faces, non-metallic objects (particularly clothing) and some other things. I also need to use references, because I am feeling the limits of constantly drawing real things from memory only.
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No. 15336 ID: cf03c7
File 134840393161.gif - (57.96KB , 800x800 , knight.gif )
15336
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No. 15429 ID: f34147
File 134890419688.jpg - (557.78KB , 1100x1149 , skullKnight.jpg )
15429
As a general rule, I don't read that manga shit, but I like Berserk.
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No. 15431 ID: 293be1
>>15429
Hellz Yeah Skull Knight!
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No. 15438 ID: 2f4b71
>>15429
You might enjoy Blame! (if you haven't already read it). Nihei has a terrible case of same-story-itis, but... ARCHITECTURE!
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No. 15506 ID: 34cbef
>>15333
do you actually have a deviant or are you just compensating for something.
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No. 15507 ID: e94f05
>>15506
Yeah he does, try to guess what's it called it's not that hard.
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No. 15554 ID: 5f19dc
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15554
here's a study which i totally lost interest in.
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No. 15723 ID: 8cffad
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15723
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No. 15724 ID: 8cffad
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15724
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No. 15746 ID: 326899
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15746
Should have referenced
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No. 15747 ID: 326899
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15747
Superheavy power armour or something. About half an hour work
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No. 15748 ID: 1ace6e
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15748
>>15747
terrible person coming through
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No. 15755 ID: feab56
>>15748
Pffft, haha!
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No. 15783 ID: d1e01a
>>15748

I donut understand.
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No. 15805 ID: 8afa81
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15805
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No. 15847 ID: 74fdf3
File 135083003168.jpg - (217.85KB , 1037x1000 , man.jpg )
15847
Hey its that guy from that old tv show
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No. 15848 ID: 74fdf3
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15848
ey cracka
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No. 15849 ID: 74fdf3
File 135083007686.png - (344.01KB , 1000x1333 , doggy.png )
15849
yiff yafff
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No. 15851 ID: 4224e5
dang that is adorable
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No. 15853 ID: feab56
File 135084644988.gif - (205.18KB , 150x134 , Thats racist.gif )
15853
>>15848
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No. 15899 ID: 000b91
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15899
Here's a faggoty robot that I modeled. I was going to animate it into a game-ready md2, but I forgot how I did that on previous occasions. Plus, the fucking program wouldn't let me select hidden vertices, which shitted me off to no-end.
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No. 16037 ID: de627d
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16037
I can't be the only person to have thought of this.
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No. 16038 ID: de627d
File 135155977838.jpg - (225.35KB , 1000x1000 , pony.jpg )
16038
hores study
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No. 16049 ID: 7724cb
>>16038
Why is he a wyvern?
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No. 16052 ID: 4a20fa
>>16049
That's clearly a duck.
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No. 16053 ID: feab56
>>16052
>>16049
Retards, that is a damn emu.
Sheesh, pay attention in biologi class next time.
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No. 16062 ID: c6ec33
>>16037
>>16038
Both of these would make for an interesting show. :V
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No. 16163 ID: b44bdb
File 135216696946.jpg - (395.17KB , 1251x1251 , dunno.jpg )
16163
Haven't really felt like drawing, or doing anything at all, for that matter.
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No. 16165 ID: a9d492
>>16163
You're like me, only better.
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No. 16199 ID: 356455
File 135244249121.jpg - (279.63KB , 2000x2000 , charc.jpg )
16199
>>16165
Yeah.
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No. 16203 ID: 0da12f
File 135247050281.jpg - (357.53KB , 1092x1200 , overlordSteps.jpg )
16203
it's a little rough.

Also I am in possession of two monitors now. It makes referencing much easier during the art process

Also:

I am in the market for a new tablet, in the near future. I was going to get the Wacom Intuos 5 Medium, but now I'm thinking I should be looking at the Large one. But the thing about that, is that it is pretty effin' expensive. But the medium one isn't exactly cheap either, and the main reason I want to upgrade is because this tablet of mine is too bloody small. But it's shit because the stores that sell them here don't have demo models for me to try out.
Does anybody else have any input regarding this matter?
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No. 16212 ID: c58440
File 135253938195.png - (74.37KB , 1000x1000 , fabio.png )
16212
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No. 16244 ID: de0b88
File 135276369925.png - (59.92KB , 1000x1000 , stellartons.png )
16244
Something of a stylised skeleton.
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No. 16245 ID: de0b88
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16245
One time I thought I was having some sort of heart issues, but it was just irritation of the costochondral junctions.
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No. 16246 ID: de0b88
File 135276390807.jpg - (288.06KB , 900x1080 , ChaosMarine.jpg )
16246
Dunno what this is. I just went to bed one night, and when I woke up, this was on the monitor.
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No. 16253 ID: f2c20c
>>16246
The arms look short.
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No. 16254 ID: dd287a
>>16253
nah, the shoulderpads are just really big
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No. 16258 ID: f2c20c
>>16254
They're supposed to hang halfway down the thigh.
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No. 16318 ID: d97212
>>16253

I noticed, but really it is because the body is too long. I intentionally made the arms slightly shorter in an attempt to emphasise the length of the legs, which may also be shorter than what might be expected of Astartes' physiology.
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No. 16373 ID: 6ef5fb
File 135332110082.jpg - (319.67KB , 1000x1200 , ChaosMarine2.jpg )
16373
This one's shitter.
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No. 16383 ID: 932a20
>>16373

It does that teeny-head Marine thing pretty well.

The torso actually looks pretty long and flexible, which is a change for Muhreen art. I'm fond of the legs and power claw too. Bigger head and longer arms and it'd be pretty baller.
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No. 16384 ID: dac5aa
File 135336563575.jpg - (135.89KB , 1000x1000 , cat.jpg )
16384
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No. 16404 ID: bf54a8
>>16384
watch out, he knows almost everything
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No. 16454 ID: b5af5a
Hey, OVERLORD, I got an idea I'm too busy and lazy to do properly: Black Metal chaos eldars.
heh?
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No. 16455 ID: 01fb66
>>16454

Seems cool, but I probably won't until I'm done with school for the year. It's at a pretty critical time, which is why I'm not really around at this time.
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No. 16499 ID: b0f3b7
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16499
I haven't been drawing much at all recently. Every time I try to 'branch out' I am stricken by this ineptitude. It's constantly killing my mood to draw. Besides, I am too busy for this shit, realistically.
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No. 16569 ID: dc6ed2
File 135425450398.png - (97.54KB , 800x4500 , GAY.png )
16569
This game is too complicated for my simplistic mind.
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No. 16570 ID: 537a48
>>16569
Aaaarh shittits dickcunt, stop making me laugh when I have the flu, now my throat is all sore and weird and it sucks and it's messing up my voice and I won't be able to grunt at people for a week and I sound like I'm 14 again.
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No. 16571 ID: 99cb83
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16571
>>16570

sorry
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No. 16574 ID: c33f8f
>>16571
I really love your skeleton drawings.
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No. 16575 ID: 0fa5af
File 135428732718.jpg - (60.28KB , 1000x1000 , shrimp.jpg )
16575
>>16574
Skeletons are CHCOOHL.


Okay, so how do you draw a prawn? Here is a prawn I drew from memory earlier tonight.
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No. 16576 ID: 0fa5af
File 135428736182.jpg - (140.78KB , 1000x1000 , 1.jpg )
16576
Prawn study.
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No. 16577 ID: 0fa5af
File 135428739149.jpg - (134.40KB , 1000x1000 , 2.jpg )
16577
Another study from photo.
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No. 16578 ID: 0fa5af
File 135428741792.jpg - (84.90KB , 1000x1000 , 3.jpg )
16578
Drawn from memory after study.
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No. 16579 ID: 0fa5af
File 135429161823.png - (65.90KB , 1000x1000 , cant draw anything good.png )
16579
My stomach has been painful for a long time now, but recently it's got worse, and it's making me feel sick all the time, and the medication the dok gave me doesn't appear to be working anymore. Also I don't seem to be able to draw any 'decent' stuff these days. Just sketches and scribbles. It's extremely discouraging, and as a result I just feel like doing nothing at all, except complain on the internet.

On a slightly less depressing note, classes have finished for the year, however I still have to go in and do some re-sits of tests because I was too much of a slack dumbass to study properly for them the first time around.
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No. 16581 ID: 8ffedb
>>16579
The only reason I visit the drawing board here is to see your new drawings. I even helped a friend build your Overlord character for Halloween. Good luck with the stomach pains, and better luck with the depression.
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No. 16582 ID: 57b13d
>>16579
Murder everyone. Yes, EVERYONE. I mean the whole 200 people and the bunch of wallabies or whatever that live down there.
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No. 16585 ID: 22416a
>>16581

Whoa what? Does it still exist? I'd love to see it.

>>16582

Maybe later, yeah?
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No. 16587 ID: f2c20c
>>16579
Get yerself some medical maryjane. It is a wonder drug for stomach pains.
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No. 16588 ID: 22416a
>>16587

No, Officer Murder would kick my door in, and hit me in the face.
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No. 16594 ID: 22416a
File 135433195520.png - (72.50KB , 800x800 , challenge.png )
16594
This was going to be an update, but then I was like 'Nup, fuck ya'
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No. 16595 ID: 22416a
File 135433534260.jpg - (71.16KB , 1000x1000 , spacemrut.jpg )
16595
Feels like I've not drawn a regular space marine in ages.
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No. 16596 ID: 90b6d9
You have any tips on how to draw them? something about the armor and its width + roundness throws me way off.
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No. 16597 ID: 22416a
File 135434230018.png - (97.92KB , 1000x1000 , Urlock-Gaur.png )
16597
>>16596

Not really. I understand that they're actually quite difficult to draw for many people. I just drew them a lot, and improved at it. I think my armour is a little boxier than how some other people draw it. I think the most important part is to understand their unconventional body proportions.

***

WIP of Urlock Gaur: Archon of the Blood Pact, and master of the Chaos forces during the Sabbat Worlds Crusade. I can't find any reference to him being an Astartes, and while I have a feeling that he isn't, I'd prefer to think that he was.
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No. 16598 ID: b9ccb2
File 135435497896.png - (191.50KB , 1000x1000 , Urlock-Gaur.png )
16598
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No. 16599 ID: 9ac8ef
File 135436499170.jpg - (141.14KB , 1000x1000 , Urlock-Gaur.jpg )
16599
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No. 16606 ID: 8ffedb
>>16585
I asked him about the helmet, he left it with his family (college student) so I can't get a picture of it. If I manage to I'll post it.
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No. 16609 ID: 5609b6
File 135446018778.jpg - (89.83KB , 1000x1063 , GAARGHJghjk.jpg )
16609
MY HANDS ARE NOT PERFORMING TO STANDARD. Nothing that comes from them is of satisfactory quality at all, these days.

>>16606
That would be of unrivaled radicalness.
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No. 16618 ID: a7447f
>>16609
Cut them off, grow new ones.
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No. 16629 ID: 8fd251
>>16609
Hey, is it true that Aborigines cannot breed with other humans? As in, cannot produce viable offspring?
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No. 16630 ID: 5e4719
File 135466087346.jpg - (36.08KB , 480x341 , 292803_269948676442069_1168914301_n.jpg )
16630
>>16629

No, aboriginals are Homo Sapiens, and they do plenty of breeding. Even with white people. This is how you have people who are white by all appearances, but are allowed to receive Indigenous Payments (and other entitlements) because they are 1/16th aboriginal or something.
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No. 16632 ID: 8fd251
>>16630
Awright; it was just something I heard today in epistemology class.
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No. 16635 ID: 6e89cb
>>16632
>Epistemology

Your major; Philosophy?
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No. 16648 ID: 8fd251
>>16635
Nah, France doesn't have the minor/major system. At most you can choose a course that mixes up philosophy with another main subject, like History or Logics, or Arts.
For me, it's all philosophy, all the time.
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No. 16656 ID: 4c1918
File 135476939260.jpg - (11.07KB , 310x410 , samantha.jpg )
16656
>>16629
>>16630
Pic related, Samantha Harris. Aboriginal mother, English/German father.
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No. 16674 ID: 39a01e
File 135486229441.png - (162.86KB , 1000x1119 , urgh.png )
16674
Used a gay filter on this. Ehhugh
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No. 16675 ID: 39a01e
File 135486231942.png - (186.51KB , 818x928 , SkeletonLH.png )
16675
Drew this left-handed.
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No. 16688 ID: 3761bf
File 135495038565.png - (39.66KB , 1000x1061 , huh.png )
16688
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No. 16689 ID: 3761bf
File 135495050277.jpg - (357.23KB , 1000x1000 , skaarj.jpg )
16689
Once upon a time, I beat the ut2004 campaign on inhuman difficulty, but now I can't even beat the first opponent on masterful.
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No. 16690 ID: 3761bf
File 135495058476.png - (42.90KB , 1000x1000 , hurr.png )
16690
This is a picture of my hand.
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No. 16692 ID: 57f79c
File 135496242726.jpg - (65.97KB , 1000x1000 , shit.jpg )
16692
tried to shamlessly rip off torture device, hah
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No. 16693 ID: 57f79c
File 135496245381.png - (284.07KB , 1000x1000 , faggot.png )
16693
a human
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No. 16694 ID: 57f79c
File 135496247866.jpg - (379.20KB , 3000x3000 , guys.jpg )
16694
scribbles
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No. 16695 ID: 57f79c
File 135496257990.jpg - (431.10KB , 3000x3000 , dudes.jpg )
16695
uh, more of them.
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No. 16697 ID: c0f332
File 135496997570.jpg - (100.90KB , 1000x1500 , wsh.jpg )
16697
According to a book I was reading, a proper mental state for creation exists when the right hemisphere of the brain is allowed to take charge of an activity. This is to say, the left hemisphere is not equipped to do this activity, and it gets bored when you try to sit down and draw. It is a task for the right hemisphere, which does not have possess a comprehension of time or boredom. This might be why I am having trouble recently; I cannot make the transition to that state of mind, therefore I become tired and frustrated.
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No. 16700 ID: 731922
File 135497946620.jpg - (158.04KB , 1500x1500 , dur.jpg )
16700
This was almost something. I sort of got into the zone, so to speak. My tablet settings were off before, so that might have contributed an element to my frustration.
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No. 16701 ID: 3a82a0
>>16693
>faggot
fuck you, it looks like me with shorter hair.
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No. 16702 ID: 731922
>>16701

Well, if it makes you feel any better, he isn't really a faggot. That was just a joke filename.
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No. 16703 ID: ae0d4d
File 135498325717.jpg - (362.80KB , 1000x1000 , uh.jpg )
16703
this was a waste of time.

I also need to study leg musculature more extensively, because I don't understand it.
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No. 16719 ID: 7d2165
File 135508622169.jpg - (458.94KB , 1280x1024 , step2.jpg )
16719
>>16703
have a visual aid
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No. 16743 ID: 1f8505
>>16719

I'm gonna ninja this.
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No. 16857 ID: 7d2cea
File 135587751517.png - (276.42KB , 1000x1656 , crusade.png )
16857
uh
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No. 16859 ID: 2f4b71
>>16857
>dat pose
Sorry OVERLORD, all I can think is 'Johnny Bravo marine'.
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No. 16865 ID: 42d67c
File 135589858008.jpg - (171.40KB , 980x960 , hoorah.jpg )
16865
>>16859

haha, goddamn it
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No. 16867 ID: 4a20fa
>>16859
Cannot unsee.

...don't really want to unsee.
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No. 16886 ID: 4a7b02
File 135606783187.jpg - (434.50KB , 1151x1555 , SKull2.jpg )
16886
Same shit, different day.
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No. 16891 ID: eabf53
File 135609525791.png - (369.64KB , 804x804 , beemo.png )
16891
Uh yeah. This isn't going anywhere.
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No. 16902 ID: 3b5311
File 135618124193.png - (78.32KB , 600x900 , yeah.png )
16902
I should find myself something important to do.
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No. 16913 ID: 6de77b
>>16902
That's not a lot.
I manage 46 hours of league of legends in a day
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No. 16915 ID: 1249a5
>>16902
That's rather tame compared to most people I know. Now if that's 46 hours of Peggle, you've got a different problem (you suck at Peggle).
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No. 16917 ID: 89c0c8
File 135626792668.png - (54.79KB , 1000x1000 , faces.png )
16917
>>16913
>>16915

It feels like a lot.
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No. 17025 ID: 57c1ba
File 135708401065.png - (102.17KB , 1000x2000 , poster.png )
17025
Pretty much.
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No. 17048 ID: 46ec36
File 135718145362.jpg - (146.26KB , 1500x1000 , Elephpabt.jpg )
17048
It's going to be 38 degrees (100F) tomorrow, and I am not looking forward to that.
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No. 17049 ID: ba5219
File 135718566276.png - (139.04KB , 800x2800 , what.png )
17049
Oh yeah, and I did another one of these, too.
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No. 17054 ID: 0d305f
It's hot today. I submerged my head into the river, and my hair was dry again by the time I got back up to the house.

I also thought this page was worth sharing, if people are interested in painting. A good way to familiarise one's self with the layer blending modes, and also to give a good, general idea of a painting process:

http://theartcenter.blogspot.com.au/search/label/Painting%20Process
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No. 17079 ID: 9fe884
>>17049
You are hilarious.
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No. 17115 ID: a702c2
File 135754683699.png - (594.42KB , 1000x1000 , Overlord-chan.png )
17115
I felt this was necessary.
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No. 17121 ID: 00d89d
>>17115

Phahaha, thanks dude. It's truly kawaii
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No. 17136 ID: 00d89d
File 135764996911.png - (131.21KB , 1000x1000 , mircesketch.png )
17136
Mircea: a somewhat short-lived quest character of mine.
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No. 17253 ID: 579130
File 135805630207.jpg - (175.26KB , 1000x2000 , Verlord.jpg )
17253
Drawing Overlord like one of Rottel's Blood Foxes (Cerase). This hasn't actually developed since last time I posted it in IRC, but I just wanted to put it here for the sake of image history.
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No. 17254 ID: 34cbef
>>17253
gentlemen, i believe we have accomplished our goal of turning overlord into a furry.

Cheers and a good pat on the back all 'round!
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No. 17255 ID: 579130
>>17254

I don't classify myself as one, but to be fair I probably fulfill enough criteria to be called one by other people.
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No. 17259 ID: 3e1044
>>17253
Have you actually rendered Overlord sans helmet before?
Don't tell me this would be the first time.
Those scars look cool, bro.
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No. 17260 ID: 579130
>>17259

Not human overlord. I haven't drawn overlord like this before at all, so there's a first time for everything. Uh, but a human overlord would have scars like that as well.
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No. 17269 ID: aea93a
File 135816499404.jpg - (210.45KB , 1000x1000 , hurr.jpg )
17269
A faggoty environment art that I shat out in like, literally 5 minutes. Because I used a bunch of cheap brushes.

However, that technique might be alright for the purposes of speedy quest art.
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No. 17275 ID: de4cb1
File 135822542731.jpg - (524.23KB , 1000x1000 , gastly.jpg )
17275
Gay Pokemon drawing.
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No. 17277 ID: de4cb1
File 135822869367.jpg - (351.10KB , 800x800 , OverlordHorse1.jpg )
17277
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No. 17278 ID: de4cb1
File 135823270480.jpg - (113.43KB , 1000x1000 , bocks.jpg )
17278
Something demonstrated by Matt Kohr. Just trying it myself.
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No. 17283 ID: 2f4b71
>>17275
>Help! Heeelp! My goddamned head is on fire!
>Jesus christ you fucks, you sons of bitches, why aren't you putting me out!
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No. 17285 ID: 4fdf9a
File 135825748229.png - (41.47KB , 800x800 , loool.png )
17285
Yif and worp furfagds :DDDD
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No. 17293 ID: 3636c7
File 135830278636.jpg - (133.41KB , 1024x1024 , OverlordHorse2.jpg )
17293
This is better
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No. 17302 ID: 2db3a5
File 135834685939.png - (188.72KB , 800x4320 , hurr.png )
17302
The idea (and dialogue, for the best part), was from Octary.
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No. 17303 ID: 49f442
FUND IT
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No. 17304 ID: 2db3a5
File 135835238619.jpg - (45.50KB , 800x800 , huhurg.jpg )
17304
Oh god what am I doing with my life
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No. 17305 ID: 2f4b71
>>17302
I'd buy it.

No, really, how much would it take to make this happen?
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No. 17306 ID: c460e0
>>17302
Where did Ken Ashcorp come from?
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No. 17308 ID: 0b9c51
>>17306

That guy with the pony song? What has he to do with anything?

>>17305

Probably more than I'd get out of it.
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No. 17313 ID: c460e0
>>17308
I was joking because he usually uses a panda-boy as his avatar. Is that really what he's known for these days?
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No. 17315 ID: 55c4cf
File 135839255026.png - (139.61KB , 500x500 , mfwhtt.png )
17315
>>17313
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No. 17327 ID: 70e1c0
File 135842844719.jpg - (316.60KB , 2000x2000 , OverlordHorse2.jpg )
17327
Might add some charging barbarians
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No. 17328 ID: 70e1c0
File 135842963245.jpg - (283.29KB , 2000x2000 , OverlordHorse2.jpg )
17328
I'm lookin' for Amanda Huggenkiss.
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No. 17339 ID: a478de
File 135849929446.jpg - (185.29KB , 800x800 , MONEK.jpg )
17339
Heaven and earth are full of your glory. Hosanna in the highest. Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest
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No. 17340 ID: a478de
File 135852113209.png - (185.71KB , 1000x1000 , DBTO.png )
17340
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No. 17341 ID: a478de
File 135852255378.jpg - (163.94KB , 1000x2000 , Verlord.jpg )
17341
Advancements mostly occurring on the helm. Which, by the way, I am noticing to be perhaps too small.
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No. 17342 ID: a478de
File 135852409336.jpg - (165.61KB , 1000x2000 , Verlord.jpg )
17342
More like oFURlord, right?
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No. 17347 ID: 0006f5
hah !
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No. 17363 ID: 8d7bf7
File 135866323029.jpg - (173.13KB , 1000x2000 , Verlord.jpg )
17363
Through him, with him, in him. In the unity of the holy spirit, all honour and glory are yours O mighty father, forever and ever.
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No. 17375 ID: e08982
File 135873294749.jpg - (676.03KB , 1000x2000 , Verlord.jpg )
17375
Bored of this
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No. 17396 ID: 2bd3e6
File 135886581582.png - (95.82KB , 1200x1229 , dogers.png )
17396
some doggots.
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No. 17397 ID: 2bd3e6
File 135887035341.jpg - (200.36KB , 1000x1000 , mordspeedy.jpg )
17397
Quick Mord speedpaint before bed.
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No. 17404 ID: 2ebfc8
File 135892681444.png - (47.87KB , 800x800 , Hamnds.png )
17404
Was working on something cool and then Photoshop stopped working! It's never done that before, since I was just painting away when it stopped. I hadn't saved my sketch and it caused me a great deal of hardship. I even cried into my pillow, and screamed 'why?!' up at the heavens. I am sure you heard it.
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No. 17405 ID: a55ba7
File 135893298246.jpg - (195.64KB , 900x900 , DUCKLING.jpg )
17405
They thought I was an ugly duckling. Turns out I was actually a beautiful goose.
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No. 17408 ID: a702c2
>>17405
Unsettling.
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No. 17409 ID: ffdafe
>>17405
a nightmare!
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No. 17410 ID: 2f4b71
>>17405
Note: swans are also vicious bastards.
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No. 17411 ID: 58fd32
File 135894519481.jpg - (55.17KB , 1000x1000 , paedofinder-general.jpg )
17411
Working on this for some reason

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jaUkt59vY1Q
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No. 17412 ID: 58fd32
File 135894662941.jpg - (55.36KB , 1000x1000 , paedofinder-general.jpg )
17412
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No. 17429 ID: 0eeda4
File 135900644232.jpg - (107.31KB , 1000x1000 , paedofinder-general.jpg )
17429
Bored of this, too.
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No. 17433 ID: 57f3c9
File 135902774382.jpg - (246.51KB , 1000x1000 , WEIRD.jpg )
17433
Just painted 'whatever came out'
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No. 17434 ID: f2c20c
>>17433
Yep, that's art alright! You could probably sell that for a couple hundred bucks with the right pitch.
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No. 17435 ID: 833424
File 135903191837.jpg - (121.61KB , 1000x1000 , uhh.jpg )
17435
>>17434

You're probably right.


Also here some other shit.
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No. 17438 ID: a6cb8d
>>17429
I'm so happy someone else remembers that show. Excellent rendition, too.
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No. 17447 ID: 51a410
File 135909675831.jpg - (101.38KB , 1000x1000 , SLANN.jpg )
17447
Some Slann. Looks maybe more like a dinosaur than a gecko or frog, but I dunno if that is bad.


>>17438

Nah, it was a request. I didn't even know the show existed until it was shown to me the other day.
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No. 17450 ID: 4e8f1c
File 135911698720.jpg - (104.62KB , 1000x1000 , SLANN.jpg )
17450
Had a good fight today. But it turns out my new gambeson isn't the best for keeping cool, holy shit. In retrospect, I shouldn't have chosen a black one. In related news, my coif is complete, save for the mantle. I need to figure out how to build that, so that will require a little more research. It might require another 2000 rings, which are also a pain in the arse to create. If I can find a way to display it correctly, I might take a photograph of it an upload it.
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No. 17453 ID: c14f58
File 135915658646.jpg - (166.22KB , 1000x1000 , SLANN.jpg )
17453
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No. 17458 ID: 4d0941
File 135920510446.jpg - (175.20KB , 1000x1000 , SLANN.jpg )
17458
I shouldn't have started a quest this close to the end of my holiday.
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No. 17459 ID: 4c04b0
File 135921173362.jpg - (159.90KB , 1000x1525 , KING.jpg )
17459
personal piece
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No. 17462 ID: c6ec33
>>17458
Your Slann look good enough to do in the butt. I'm sold!

As for the quest, I haven't really suggested yet, but Mord is a bro. I will continue reading it and maybe suggest when I am not working 70-hour weeks. :V
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No. 17509 ID: e0e194
File 135959056329.png - (317.85KB , 1000x1000 , CUBE.png )
17509
>>17462

Thanks. That is a lot of hours.
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No. 17510 ID: e0e194
File 135959065010.jpg - (213.92KB , 800x800 , scumbag.jpg )
17510
Practicing skin. Also recently I have shifted my technique to focusing on B&W art with colour laid over. When my values are stronger I will go back to working solely in colour.
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No. 17511 ID: e0e194
File 135959073239.png - (300.03KB , 1000x1000 , GOARS.png )
17511
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No. 17512 ID: e0e194
File 135959077189.png - (131.51KB , 1000x1000 , skull.png )
17512
dunno
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No. 17513 ID: e0e194
File 135959079543.jpg - (259.15KB , 1272x1000 , Goldar.jpg )
17513
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No. 17532 ID: 3e2b13
>>17511
2spooky4myanus
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No. 17541 ID: f2c20c
>>17512
Neato!
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No. 17703 ID: 9980ab
File 136066284506.png - (116.37KB , 1000x1000 , SMLH.png )
17703
Drew this entirely left handed, then I got bored of it.
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No. 17744 ID: eda52c
File 136094097049.jpg - (393.65KB , 1000x1423 , rpbp.jpg )
17744
An unoriginal gayfag robot.

I recorded the process. It is available for viewing here: http://youtu.be/xvH4QTdsAXY
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No. 17745 ID: eda52c
File 136094444681.jpg - (126.03KB , 1000x1000 , urrr.jpg )
17745
I seem to have discovered newfound enjoyment here. Still working left handed at this point
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No. 17767 ID: 15a168
File 136118896216.png - (94.56KB , 469x800 , Flux.png )
17767
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No. 17776 ID: c6ec33
>>17767
I know that feel :C
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No. 17864 ID: e5cfd5
File 136169549077.jpg - (356.78KB , 995x995 , NightLord.jpg )
17864
Speedpaint. Process up here: http://youtu.be/Uj1CdCz3Ikc
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No. 17868 ID: 0ebd7f
>>17744
I keep meaning to try out this style of drawing sometime. Less sketch and more painting if I've observed correctly.
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No. 17931 ID: 6459a7
File 136214096732.png - (322.87KB , 794x597 , fagbot.png )
17931
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No. 17950 ID: 4ba048
File 136222826839.png - (100.49KB , 1600x1200 , huuurrrrhurrdurr.png )
17950
Sketching stupid shit
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No. 17951 ID: 4ba048
File 136222830693.png - (106.37KB , 1600x1200 , adurrrr.png )
17951
this was gonna be an eva but then it became whatever this is
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No. 17952 ID: 78cb12
File 136223397973.png - (174.35KB , 2368x2136 , uhg.png )
17952
Did some anatomy studies, and while I like the first one, the rest are super lame, though I did gain some knowledge, and this is important.
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No. 17974 ID: 165f13
File 136229042751.png - (12.62KB , 800x800 , Bourdon tube.png )
17974
Bourdon-tube gauge (how exciting)
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No. 17975 ID: 165f13
File 136229124368.png - (12.22KB , 800x800 , Bourdon tube2.png )
17975
>>17974

Oh, whoops. I just realised that doesn't work properly.
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No. 17976 ID: 165f13
>>17975
>>17974

Oh wait, no. I had it mostly right the first time; I just wasn't understanding it correctly.
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No. 17978 ID: ed19b5
File 136230344458.png - (30.04KB , 800x800 , ffuurrr.png )
17978
I need to improve arms. I need to set an exercise like, draw 20 arms or something. Lower arms are hard to draw properly, because the musculature is more complicated.
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No. 17979 ID: f2c20c
>>17978
Draw a Hekatonkheire.
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No. 17981 ID: 2f4b71
>>17976
You had it right the first time, the gear sector just needs a pivot in the centre. Either would work really, it'd just mean the arm would have the be on the other end of the shaft. The former does have the advantage of gearing up to increase sensitivity.
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No. 17982 ID: 533f39
File 136231971975.jpg - (192.40KB , 1000x1000 , 100arms.jpg )
17982
skeletons, how do they work?

>100 arms, 100 heads

Fuck that
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No. 17997 ID: 5d98c3
>>17982
SO BEAUTIFUL.
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No. 18148 ID: 0452fa
File 136280690639.png - (86.29KB , 1000x1500 , jestyours.png )
18148
Did a quick bout of gesture drawing.
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No. 18174 ID: 7f2b83
File 136291967266.png - (101.12KB , 1414x1000 , doodz.png )
18174
miore fagas
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No. 18175 ID: 7f2b83
File 136292138806.png - (100.28KB , 1414x1000 , whoomangs.png )
18175
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No. 18176 ID: 7f2b83
File 136292260629.png - (92.11KB , 1414x1000 , uhrgsd.png )
18176
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No. 18177 ID: 391e83
>>18174
I hate that model. Every pose he makes is so damn artificial it hurts. Don't even get me started on the ones where he's "swinging" that axe around.
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No. 18188 ID: 6a601e
>>18177

Oh god, I know, right? This was the first time I'd drawn him, and his poses were ridiculous.
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No. 18248 ID: 52ce83
File 136335289162.png - (69.42KB , 1414x1000 , fkshf.png )
18248
More of this shit.
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No. 18249 ID: d5086a
>>18248
Those are quite good. How much time do you take to draw each gesture?
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No. 18251 ID: 78d207
>>18249

Those ones weren't timed, so I just drew them until I got the general pose down. The sets above were timed at 90 seconds per pose.
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No. 18256 ID: 3fb7aa
File 136352142884.jpg - (76.58KB , 1000x1000 , Jousting.jpg )
18256
would you eat it in a box
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No. 18257 ID: 3fb7aa
File 136352313975.jpg - (78.47KB , 1000x1000 , Jousting.jpg )
18257
fixed some things
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No. 18269 ID: c592e8
>>18257
Aha, your drawing is a historical fallacy!

I'm not being smug for this but I think you'd like me to explain; Your knights are both in the right lanes of eachother, forcing them to put their lance over their horse to try and hit eachother. The reason they drive on the left in England is directly a result of jousting, where knights take up the left lane and use their right arm holding the lance to more accurately aim it, since most of the time your right arm is your main arm, which is only exposed to the enemy in the left lane.

A little history, :3
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No. 18344 ID: 6fdb7b
File 136385952427.jpg - (211.48KB , 1000x1000 , Jousting.jpg )
18344
A little progress on this. At the current stage, I am still working colours and values separately.
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No. 18345 ID: 6fdb7b
File 136386138970.jpg - (211.37KB , 1000x1000 , Jousting.jpg )
18345
>>18344
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No. 18346 ID: 6fdb7b
>>18269
>>18345

Oh, whoops. Now they're left-handed, and that won't do, either.

Wait, but then, wouldn't it make the shield a little needless, being that the right side is now more-or-less completely exposed (other than the extra defences offered by the reinforced and asymmetrical jousting armour) to the opponent's lance?

Well, shit.
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No. 18347 ID: c592e8
>>18346
The matter of fact is that you don't hold the shield, you use your left arm to hold onto your horse. The shields are always shoulder/torso mounted to deflect the blow away from your face, also getting hit was too hardcore for knights which is why the system is basically; "hit the shoulder shield and don't fall off."
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No. 18348 ID: c592e8
>>18347
So I did a google image search and most jousts are being done as you have drawn, then I found a drawing that portrayed it more like I described it in the logical manner.
http://letsplayhistory.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/Jousting1_KarensWhimsyPD.jpg

Frankly, I gotta do some research because these fools are confusing me.
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No. 18349 ID: c592e8
>>18348
I think I got a mix of things confused, I think jousts are right sided if i'm correct. And that the whole roads thing, was done for the cavalry days with SABERS and SWORDS. My bad.
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No. 18350 ID: 6fdb7b
File 136386493719.jpg - (21.38KB , 293x400 , b10.jpg )
18350
>>18347

Ok, yeah. That makes sense, whoops.

But are you sure about knights being on the left side of the fence. All the examples I saw (modern) featured the knights pointing the lance over the head of their horse. It also means it would require one to aim across the knight's body, and past his horse's head.

Also, all examples of later jousting armour that I have seen, have sported the reinforcements on the left side of the suit. If what you say is true, then it would make more sense for the reinforcements to exist on the right side of the armour, as to reduce the likelihood of injury.

In the example here (I do not know if it is authentic or a modern reproduction, just so you know), it is clear to see that the extra protection favours the left side of the wearer, implying a greater likelihood of receiving an impact on that part of the armour, further implying that the approach of the opponent was from the left of a combatant.

From a somewhat cursory search, I couldn't find any 'period' artworks that definitively showed this.
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No. 18351 ID: 6fdb7b
>>18348
>>18349
>>18350


Damn it, I just went and did research and shit.
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No. 18354 ID: 2f4b71
Jousting was indeed conducted on the right. It has no relation to the older style of driving on the left, an artefact of convenience when travelling on foot or on small carriages.
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No. 18355 ID: e1260a
>>18350
Modern jousting indeed happens on the right lane and opponents do hold their lances across the horse's head that way they are forced to point in a diagonal which reduces the impact on your adversary if I'm not mistaken.
Ancient jousting however, as >>18269 said did happen by the left lane, but the whole ordeal about modern driving is another story, first time I hear it.
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No. 18357 ID: e1260a
File 136388575576.jpg - (1.61MB , 1199x1788 , Codex_Manesse_052r_Walther_von_Klingen.jpg )
18357
>>18355
Upon consideration the response was rather vague on the "ancient jousting" side, let me explain:
In medieval to high middle ages joustes weren't exactly like what you imagine. The driving did happen by the left lane in order to make use of short weapons if the contestant desired it also serving the purpose of increased impact and aim if such an occurrence did happen, matter of fact ancient jousting was rather barbaric in action and shielded plated armour like the ones used nowadays didn't quite exist until sometime around the late middle ages where jousting began to actually develop rules due to the introduction of chivalry, after rules were introduced so did the armor and the method of reduced impact in favor of keeping the contestants alive.
So there you go, I hope this information proved to be of interest to a degree.
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No. 18447 ID: 2104c5
File 136447519056.jpg - (50.69KB , 996x1200 , christopher-lee.jpg )
18447
Beginning to do a portrait of Christopher Lee, but capturing likeness is not my stronk suit. Like my Varg portrait, it will take much adjustment before it bears a close enough resemblance to call acceptable.
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No. 18453 ID: ac6542
File 136454583590.jpg - (48.21KB , 996x1200 , christopher-lee.jpg )
18453
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No. 18455 ID: de5fe7
>>18453

Muuuch better.

You should try a full body portrait of him sometime in fantasy regalia, to capture the dude's theatrics and expressiveness.
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No. 18471 ID: b8d5d1
File 136479513510.jpg - (463.32KB , 1200x1200 , golem2.jpg )
18471
>>18455

yeah maybe
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No. 18476 ID: 39767b
File 136485965833.jpg - (291.50KB , 1000x1330 , q3.jpg )
18476
randomly remembered a quake 3 art and drew this in about 30 minutes
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No. 18477 ID: 6bef59
File 136486496395.png - (33.41KB , 800x800 , persp.png )
18477
small perspective technique exercise
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No. 18482 ID: 4d386e
File 136488407333.jpg - (276.96KB , 1000x1000 , astro1.jpg )
18482
max rspect 2 astronauts
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No. 18485 ID: c701be
File 136489234462.jpg - (199.15KB , 1000x1000 , astro2.jpg )
18485
Yeah
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No. 18486 ID: 4cfa28
File 136489811545.jpg - (398.00KB , 1000x1103 , fatkngiht.jpg )
18486
uh huh
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No. 18508 ID: b9cc7e
File 136515770372.jpg - (161.17KB , 800x800 , cool.jpg )
18508
Draw this while on the telephone
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No. 18515 ID: c333d0
File 136526390623.jpg - (170.87KB , 1000x1000 , truck.jpg )
18515
did this one. It explores all my deapest emotiones and feelings.
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No. 18516 ID: c333d0
File 136526546060.jpg - (115.88KB , 1000x1351 , hurr.jpg )
18516
mhm
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No. 18553 ID: 19d877
File 136556728046.jpg - (175.92KB , 800x800 , Robot.jpg )
18553
et robot
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No. 18568 ID: a5e901
File 136577911387.jpg - (199.42KB , 1000x1000 , shellder.jpg )
18568
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No. 18592 ID: ab3c07
File 136593104303.jpg - (45.49KB , 1000x1204 , christopher-lee.jpg )
18592
Returned to this. Recreating his face is proving to be a great challenge to my skill. But, given time, I am certain the resemblance will become more apparent.
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No. 18593 ID: cf49fc
File 136596653617.jpg - (102.96KB , 1000x1204 , Big Boss.jpg )
18593
>>18592
Your art is wonderful. However, it has just made me realize Christopher Lee's codename from his OSS days.
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No. 18594 ID: feab56
>>18592
To your credit, I did recognise him as Lee.
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No. 18604 ID: 27e9d5
File 136610611765.jpg - (185.90KB , 1000x1000 , Jousting.jpg )
18604
I am starting to like this one.

But progress is slow, nonetheless.
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No. 18608 ID: 90b6d9
I love that perspective.
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No. 18622 ID: 8748bd
File 136619788058.jpg - (147.96KB , 1000x757 , durf.jpg )
18622
here a good self portrait but I gave up on it
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No. 18644 ID: cf49fc
>>18622
Mord, are you a Behelit?
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No. 18730 ID: ae3a26
File 136687759101.png - (44.45KB , 800x800 , hurefg.png )
18730
>>18644
yes
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No. 18731 ID: ae3a26
File 136687760429.jpg - (346.59KB , 1000x1000 , AMERIKAN-DORIST.jpg )
18731
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No. 18735 ID: 7006d5
>>18730

Explains the whining.

I'm joking and I love you Mord.
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No. 18742 ID: 24e631
File 136696609520.png - (150.17KB , 1000x1000 , Benson.png )
18742
I enjoy this.
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No. 18743 ID: b99c42
File 136697283485.jpg - (188.57KB , 1000x1000 , what.jpg )
18743
My life is going to waste.
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No. 18754 ID: cf49fc
>>18743
They make an ointment for that you know.
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No. 18762 ID: c7ece1
File 136708391780.jpg - (306.50KB , 800x3795 , chainmaille.jpg )
18762
chaiinss
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No. 18863 ID: 167819
File 136782346842.jpg - (163.30KB , 1000x1135 , muscleman.jpg )
18863
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No. 18866 ID: 0967b9
File 136784340224.png - (82.88KB , 1000x1000 , lego.png )
18866
I don't always have a cold, but when I do, it's always really fucking annoying
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No. 18880 ID: 8ffedb
>>18866
Murder most foul
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No. 18922 ID: 10d789
File 136815251181.jpg - (312.09KB , 1000x1549 , Cranium.jpg )
18922
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No. 18926 ID: 9ddf68
>>18866
there can only be ONE
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No. 19018 ID: e3474b
File 136862853704.png - (96.67KB , 2034x1000 , gay.png )
19018
I am so shit at dynamism. If anyone's got advice on how to, I dunno, put 'life' into drawings, I'd be grateful. I've had trouble with this for years.
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No. 19021 ID: db7b18
File 136867405451.jpg - (45.41KB , 1000x1000 , Untitled-5.jpg )
19021
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No. 19023 ID: cf49fc
>>19018
> Hey everyone, I'm fucking wasted!
Heh. Also, you just need to exaggerate the movements. It might help them look less statuesque, more Olympian.
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No. 19036 ID: 5a5dd4
So, I am by no means an expert on dynamism anything, but the main problem I'm seeing with this batch of sketches is that everyone looks too balanced. Like, maybe with the exception of the hanging guy, all of the poses look like they could be held without moving for an extended amount of time.

Which is probably about right if these were sketched from a live model.

So basically, try to throw out the center of gravity a bit to make them appear a bit off balance. Like, make it so they look like they couldn't hold the pose, and that they would have to keep moving to not fall down.

For example, the guy 'running' with the rifle, right above where you wrote "MOST ARE SHIT". Yeah, he has one leg up and is bent over a bit, but his center of gravity still looks to be directly above his supporting foot. Outside of the fact that it’d be silly, there isn't anything to suggest he isn't just standing around like a flamingo with one leg raised.

So like, have him lean forwards a bit, almost enough that it'd look like he'd fall flat on his face if he didn't continue the stride.


Something else that might really help would be to bust open photoshop or flash or whatever and do some basic animation, like walk cycles or bouncing balls or whatever. I mean, a proper dynamic action pose is basically just a frame of an animated action, right? A snapshot of a character in motion.

I have no idea how much experience you have with animation, but the software is pretty easy to learn and there are tutorials all over the place. And if nothing else, you can ask about it right here. I'd be willing to help out, and I can’t be the only one on these boards that has animation experience.


In other news, I really dig the lineless sketchy paint-ey style you do sometimes. Them astronauts, man.
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No. 19038 ID: 77cbe7
>>19036

Yeah, I've done animation. But it's shit, though. I never dedicated enough time to claim any sort of adepthood. I did this recently: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/src/Necropolis_strong.swf

And if you ever read my shitty quest, 'Doolbag's Mission,' there's a couple of animated updates.

What you said made a lot of sense, though. Movement, after all, is just controlled (or uncontrolled) falling, isn't it.
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No. 19043 ID: ebaa9e
tiny eyes big hea d careful tiny facial fzatures lay off anatomy ith skeletons and frames work on dynamic strokes it'll make your stuff badass I'm sure pressure control all that shit maaaaybe like muju or someshit for linear and then adapt to values atual digiatal painting
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No. 19047 ID: 2f4b71
A weird cheat, think of everything going in the opposite direction: Imagine that instead of a guy trying to swing a sword, the sword is fixed in space and the entire world around the character is shifting. Think of the character as trying to push the world back into place by grabbing onto the sword and using it as an anchor.
It sounds silly, but it might be easier to intuitively figure out what forces are acting where than taking forward momentum into account. Sort of an inverse kinematic approach.
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No. 19059 ID: f81986
File 136877278035.png - (40.61KB , 1000x1000 , iodbsdv.png )
19059
Is this perhaps more motion-descriptive?
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No. 19062 ID: 5a5dd4
Yeah, kinda.

The faces are making it really hard to take these seriously, but the two in the top right, the running and the falling guy, both look pretty alright for dynamism.

The top left and bottom right could both be good, but you need to take a minute to fix up the anatomy. Yeah, they’re just super quick sketches, but I mean the legs aren’t lining up with the pelvises right and heads aren't the right sizes and it’s not like you don't have a mound of art here showing that you know this stuff.

The arrow guy is just silly.

And honestly, I can’t really tell what the last guy is supposed to be doing. He has a sword and shield and his legs kinda look like he should be running, but then he has his sword arm stretched way out in front of him and I don’t even.

So, yeah. A few of them are better for dynamism, but frankly it looks like you didn’t put anywhere near as much effort or time into these sketches as into the other ones and it shows in the anatomy/proportions and the general quality of the sketches.

I hope this is of some help.
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No. 19063 ID: d43734
File 136878548194.png - (57.18KB , 1200x1194 , The-warrior.png )
19063
>>19062

Yeah, that's alright. They're not really for much other than to demonstrate things for myself.

But here is something better. I hope it's 'dynamic' enough, because trying to figure it out over the last two days has been a headache.
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No. 19064 ID: 1ace6e
>>19063
make that slightly swooshier and it should be A+ dynamic

SWOOSH BIG ACTIONS
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No. 19065 ID: 72c482
>>19064

wot u mean 'swooshtyer'
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No. 19066 ID: 2ecb66
File 136878839756.png - (1.07MB , 8000x7959 , The-warrior.png )
19066
I extended the arm out (but I need to study the musculature on the inside of the arm), in an attempt to give it more 'flow,' but I dunno.
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No. 19068 ID: f76d04
File 136879768494.png - (69.95KB , 1200x1194 , The-warrior.png )
19068
Well, I think I'm going to go with this for the pose. Any anatomical errors can be rectified during rendering, or concealed by clothing.

The character was described to me as bearing both Viking and Celtic characteristics. So for clothing, I have vague ideas, but nothing solid. The sword, 'Red Tooth,' is supposed to be finely detailed with runes and knot-work. But I'll get to that later.
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No. 19069 ID: e87e80
I'm no artist, but by logic I'm guessing the key to drawing dynamic poses is making the pose in such a way that it looks like it would be hard or impossible to recreate that pose standing for very long in real life.
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No. 19078 ID: 2f4b71
He might need some more torso twist. If he's running along with a sword in mid swing, the hilt should be level with him by the time his shoulders have swung back in line with his hips.
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No. 19102 ID: 6c0005
File 136896166958.png - (227.23KB , 1000x2500 , uncanny-valley.png )
19102
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No. 19107 ID: 4a20fa
>>19102
You've been playing Bethsda games again, haven't you.
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No. 19143 ID: 5faa2e
File 136922081838.jpg - (214.66KB , 800x800 , Dangerously.jpg )
19143
Like, one person will understand this.
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No. 19150 ID: 8ffedb
>>19102
Fucking saved
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No. 19156 ID: 627e41
>>19143

I don't get it, but I want to.
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No. 19167 ID: 14ba5d
File 136941520146.jpg - (129.28KB , 1005x1000 , The-warrior.jpg )
19167
Didn't end up fixing the rotation.
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No. 19168 ID: 14ba5d
File 136941696850.jpg - (88.74KB , 1005x1000 , The-warrior.jpg )
19168
Looks more like a Saxon or something now.
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No. 19169 ID: 14ba5d
File 136941857043.jpg - (77.97KB , 1005x1000 , The-warrior.jpg )
19169
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No. 19170 ID: 14ba5d
File 136942093055.jpg - (265.03KB , 2010x2000 , The-warrior.jpg )
19170
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No. 19195 ID: 2d744d
File 136949906807.jpg - (360.51KB , 1206x1200 , The-warrior.jpg )
19195
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No. 19246 ID: 3e59a1
File 136974163192.jpg - (387.10KB , 1200x1194 , The-warrior.jpg )
19246
There will be colour on this soon.
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No. 19284 ID: e213ec
>>19169
>>19170
>>19195
>>19246
Stand still, damn it.
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No. 19285 ID: cf49fc
>>19284
"This bee just won't leave me alone dammit!"
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No. 19286 ID: 72242c
File 136992830889.jpg - (245.46KB , 1200x1194 , The-warrior.jpg )
19286
>>19284
>>19285

>:I
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No. 19287 ID: cf49fc
>>19286
I like the light color scheme. It feels nicer, and honestly more realistic.

Also, good to see you improving your dynamism.
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No. 19290 ID: f9ec3e
File 136997549269.jpg - (540.31KB , 1206x1200 , The-warrior.jpg )
19290
>589 MB Photoshop file.

Finally done. This artwork is a fanart of a character from the lyrical universe of my favourite band, Bal-Sagoth.


>>19287

Thanks. It's good to be told.
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No. 19294 ID: cf49fc
>>19290
Damn. That's really freakin' pretty. Do you mind if I save a copy of this? It's amazing.
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No. 19296 ID: 04164a
>>19294

Why would I mind? Go ahead.
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No. 19300 ID: cf49fc
Yaaaaaaaaaaaay!
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No. 19301 ID: 757b80
for some reason with the image being flipped side to side on updates I pictured the guy boogie-ing through the battlefield leaving dead bodies behind him all "dead-cha-cha-cha"
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No. 19328 ID: 05febe
File 137017187750.png - (45.97KB , 1000x887 , dumb.png )
19328
Today I had the revelation that perhaps I am losing interest in this hobby. Maybe I need to branch out more into traditional (but that's annoying and messy), or something! But if I continue this way, it will be a doomed path.


>>19301

You are a terrible person.
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No. 19329 ID: 05febe
File 137018064912.jpg - (105.67KB , 1200x1200 , hurr.jpg )
19329
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No. 19334 ID: 2f4b71
>>19290
I like the depth-of-field effect.
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No. 19344 ID: 2fbf20
>>19328
So you are losing interest in questing? Maybe I could offer a remedy of some sort.
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No. 19357 ID: de7cb0
File 137034180355.jpg - (221.50KB , 1280x984 , LimpLife.jpg )
19357
>>19344

No, not questing. Art in general.
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No. 19358 ID: de7cb0
>>19357

But yes, that naturally extends to questing.
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No. 19359 ID: cf49fc
>>19357
Limp Bizkit? Really? Really?
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No. 19360 ID: cb948e
>>19359

Please do not confuse it for an endorsement. Or of Second Life, for that matter.
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No. 19374 ID: 66dec0
File 137043372345.jpg - (231.76KB , 1200x2000 , Untitled-2.jpg )
19374
Returning to Painter 11 with something that looks, well, decidedly gay, really.
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No. 19375 ID: 66dec0
File 137044797830.jpg - (199.54KB , 1600x2000 , BomDroller.jpg )
19375
Got bored. Painter lets me use my super fucking ultra drawn out painterly realism shit or whatever.
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No. 19378 ID: 2fbf20
I think I'll leave this here. talislanta.com/?page_id=5
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No. 19379 ID: 3a4334
>>19378

I'm not sure I understand, friend.
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No. 19386 ID: 06ffbb
File 137050112046.jpg - (151.33KB , 800x800 , Untitled-1.jpg )
19386
Drew this while telephone.
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No. 19388 ID: 06ffbb
File 137051308365.jpg - (133.72KB , 1200x1343 , leviathan.jpg )
19388
ehh
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No. 19389 ID: 06ffbb
File 137051814186.jpg - (46.03KB , 1000x1000 , doolbag.jpg )
19389
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No. 19390 ID: a7c121
>>19388
This has potential, cunt.
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No. 19391 ID: e120c2
>>19390

Nah, not really. I lack enthusiasm for it, and so it could never be more than mediocre.
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No. 19393 ID: fa146e
File 137053229185.jpg - (106.77KB , 1000x1000 , tank.jpg )
19393
Was gonna be some kind of CBSF fanart, until it aborted
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No. 19394 ID: fa146e
File 137053483723.jpg - (157.47KB , 1200x1200 , yes.jpg )
19394
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No. 19411 ID: f2c20c
>>19394
Maybe he should eat it to find out.
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No. 19442 ID: 66f8f1
File 137078518332.jpg - (358.33KB , 814x1200 , Solorion.jpg )
19442
My character for upcoming Pathfinder campaign.

Mystery: Life

Curse: Lame

Traits: Killer & Rich Parents

I bought a coffin, for the sake of having one to carry around.
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No. 19443 ID: cf49fc
>>19442
Best character concept of all time. Goes well with your art, OVERLORD.
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No. 19453 ID: 9ee904
>>19442
love him, hahaha!
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No. 19534 ID: 9c9f4e
File 137146904114.jpg - (1.92MB , 1333x1000 , DSC01483.jpg )
19534
It's not a drawing, but I might as well post it.

This is my first plate armouring project. It is a spaulder. It's got a shitty finish because I can't planish it. It will be finished in an indefinite period of time.
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No. 19535 ID: cf49fc
>>19534
Working on your OVERLORD suit, eh OVERLORD? Remember who your friends are when the revolution comes.
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No. 19542 ID: 67e689
Well, it looks like a start at least, and I think that the start is one of the most important parts.
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No. 19543 ID: 2f4b71
>>19534
Hand beaten, or aided by a power-hammer?
I don't mean that in a 'cheating' sense, but in whether to react with HOLY CRAP SKILL or HOLY CRAP SKILL AND COPIOUS BEATINGS.
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No. 19548 ID: 6ba10f
>>15279
is that leghorse? (from Space Funeral)
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No. 19557 ID: fa87b7
File 137154292864.jpg - (18.93KB , 394x193 , Astartes_Thunder_Hammer.jpg )
19557
>>19543

Other than an angle grinder for smoothing the edges and a jigsaw for cutting the original plates out, I just used hand tools. Primarily, a 700g (1.5lb) ball-pein hammer. In lieu of an anvil, I have a big tree stump, with a small, hemispherical divet carved into it. I don't even know what a power hammer is.

>>19548

Yes, that is correct.
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No. 19563 ID: 2f4b71
>>19557
>hammer & stump forging
Niiiiiice.

Power Hammer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XSCvCfLiWs
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No. 19567 ID: 37b308
>>19534
Neat.
You are abusing the ball head too much tho.
Look for something more rigid than a stump if you're planning in smoothing those botches.
For future reference, you can make a hole in dirt and fill it with sand for making dome-shaped metalwork, just make sure you don't strike the same area too often/hard as you can break the piece.
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No. 19576 ID: 67e689
From what I've been told by a person who makes armor that I know, you should use a large hammer to make the shape ad work your way to smaller hammers to smooth it out. And if you can find one, an English Wheel is great for finishing. Here's a link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_wheel
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No. 19583 ID: 9c12e1
>>19576
I do believe you understood him wrong, normally you should mold the shape with small tools, then smooth them with "bigger" ones and then it comes the details, again with small tools.
Bigger tools for shaping the piece can result in it having fissures, specially in someone without the knowledge to deliver an adequate strike.
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No. 19594 ID: 74b2fb
File 137191173547.png - (205.69KB , 1024x768 , it-is-a-clever-joke.png )
19594
Started on XV century arm harness today. I need buckles to finish off my other project.

>>19576
For me, such tools are too extravagant, at this stage.
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No. 20040 ID: d56dd4
File 137494761612.jpg - (372.48KB , 1200x1010 , Guido.jpg )
20040
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No. 20063 ID: 1ace6e
>>20040
where do i buy a print
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No. 20064 ID: d56dd4
File 137518869230.jpg - (64.74KB , 800x600 , hp-laserjet-5l.jpg )
20064
>>20063

From your HP laserjet.
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No. 20082 ID: 01531c
File 137540827040.png - (678.67KB , 638x819 , Untitled.png )
20082
>>20064
>>20063
You two are in luck. I happen to work at a large-format printing studio with a Roland XJ-740 Wide Format Inkjet Printer.

If you want something printed at huge scales, I could print it in the evening and ship it to you.

I'm usually stuck here in the evenings printing rush orders.

Picture nabbed from Google to give you an idea of the sizes we print at.
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No. 20111 ID: dc49e4
Can you draw me a knight to go on the front of my homebrew setting .pdf. Maybe on horseback, maybe with a few other dead knight bodies around.

Also background would be good.

If you could make it a4 that would be great but if it's too much work to draw all that then don't both and please just make a border around it instead.
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No. 20112 ID: dc49e4
>>20111
I really like >>14784 for the style, but the red background of the overlord hose is awesome.

Thank you so much if you do this, I will create a vigil to you and pray to it every day for the next 30 years.
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No. 20113 ID: dc49e4
>>20112
Also, the main knight has to have an eight pointed star symbol on his chest which is made from gilded copper.
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No. 20118 ID: e100f2
>>20113
>>20112
>>20111


Sorry mate, I don't really do requests anymore. Especially if you want anything that isn't a horrendous scribble.

But, ahem, if you've got the copper, then we can arrange something...


>>20082

Only if your Roland MajickJet MX 2004 can print a sheet big enough to cover an entire city and black out the Sun, would I be interested.
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No. 20121 ID: dc49e4
can you make an exception, since half of your drawings are knights anyway?
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No. 20149 ID: dd7825
File 137569095164.gif - (1.50MB , 320x240 , 131822703381.gif )
20149
>>20121

No.
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No. 20164 ID: dd7825
File 137585066834.jpg - (48.79KB , 1280x1024 , LINK.jpg )
20164
Working on some Autodesk Inventor projects for school. I might as well share the renders as I do them.

This is the first project, which I managed to knock over fairly quickly. But I don't know how to render the reflections how I want them. But it doesn't matter; it's not about that.
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No. 20165 ID: dd7825
File 137585310935.jpg - (49.87KB , 1280x1024 , Bracket.jpg )
20165
The next one.
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No. 20166 ID: dd7825
File 137585500594.jpg - (58.48KB , 1280x1024 , Bracket2.jpg )
20166
Number 3. These parts have no relevance to one another, or any other application, as far as I know.
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No. 20167 ID: dd7825
File 137586219785.jpg - (103.28KB , 1030x820 , HANDLE.jpg )
20167
This one is a special space dildo.

It was harder to make, because I had trouble drawing the profile correctly. Some of the tools are not as intuitive as I would like them to be.
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No. 20173 ID: 7e859d
>>20167

That reminds me of those hollow canes you hide liquor in, but a dildo.
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No. 20198 ID: dd7825
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20198
It annoys me that the rendering configuration in Inventor is incredibly basic, and makes poor results. In contrast, the 'operational render,' for lack of a better term, is much more pleasant.
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No. 20208 ID: dd7825
File 137639819853.jpg - (357.92KB , 2000x1191 , wowow-great-job-faggot.jpg )
20208
I did some OC shit with a Drawchan guy. This is that shit.
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No. 20236 ID: dd7825
File 137680943861.jpg - (185.00KB , 894x886 , ZBrush Document.jpg )
20236
Trying to do some Zbrush.
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No. 20261 ID: dd7825
File 137740403554.jpg - (296.34KB , 800x800 , turbofag.jpg )
20261
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No. 20263 ID: 2f4b71
>>20261
Damnit Overlord, how do you manage to put so much expression into an immobile goddamn helmet?!
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No. 20281 ID: dd7825
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20281
>>20263

Being the master of the universe has its advantages.

Another cheery environment.
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No. 20282 ID: dd7825
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20282
This was fora drawchan thing.
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No. 20284 ID: 5af25b
>>20282
only one eye? what?
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No. 20288 ID: 979ec9
>>20284
>>20284

Overlord (the character) is missing a left eye. In older artworks, I depicted him as bearing a large gash over that side of his face in order to imply the mutilation underneath. Due to being distastefully cliché, I have since removed that detail, but the eye is still missing.

Despite a nasty accident as a child that had me taken to the hospital, I still have both eyes intact and operational.
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No. 20289 ID: eaaf3b
Quick note, people with one eye do not actually suffer any major damage to normal depth perception . What they do lack is ability to judge speed and distance of moving objects, such as a sword coming at them or an arrow whizzing by. I don't wanna yanno be a butt and tell you how to write the story but those could be important factors for a story
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No. 20297 ID: 8cf0e8
>>20289
Other way around, really. Stereopsis is only a significant contributor to depth perception up to about 15-20 metres (and the falloff is pretty steep). Most depth cues are based on parallax, shape, size, focus (accommodation) motion and light/shade. It's close up objects that are most affected by the loss of an eye, not distant ones. Assuming the ability to move your head, of course.
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No. 20304 ID: eaaf3b
Yeah close objects aren't majorly affected but one eye makes it much more difficult to perceive depth when dealing with speed movement, such as a trying to catch a ball or or dodge something coming at you; I was wrong about the sword thing though that wouldn'tbe major but projectiles would be a serious issue (as far as I'm educated on the subject but let's be honest I'm prolly wrong about most of this if your research shows otherwise you probably did a better job lookin up stuff so feel free to override me)
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No. 20308 ID: 979ec9
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20308
Re-visiting quickposes, focusing on drawing women with their things so that I can not be as bad at that
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No. 20309 ID: 979ec9
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20309
But then they became more geomentrially, and I got bored.
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No. 20311 ID: 979ec9
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20311
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No. 20329 ID: 979ec9
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20329
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No. 20348 ID: 979ec9
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20348
Just an experiment, relates to >>20282 hence the non-standard attire.
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No. 20350 ID: 979ec9
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20350
>>20348

refined
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No. 20354 ID: cf3279
>>20350
Armoured knight vs... Luchador?
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No. 20358 ID: 9ddf68
>>20354
I'd pay money to see that
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No. 20359 ID: 979ec9
>>20354
>>20358

Context: There is an tournament event going on over at drawchan, and that guy is one of my potential opponents.
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No. 20410 ID: 979ec9
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20410
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No. 20412 ID: fcd483
That reminds me of those horn things from Star Wars. Montrals? The ones on what Google says are "Togruta."
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No. 20431 ID: 979ec9
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20431
>>20412

I am not familiar enough with the specifics of Star Wars lore.
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No. 20464 ID: 979ec9
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20464
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No. 20467 ID: 979ec9
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20467
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No. 20468 ID: 979ec9
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20468
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No. 20474 ID: 979ec9
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20474
>tfw realise you were rendering lineart on the same layer as the sketch
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No. 20475 ID: 979ec9
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20475
I was gonna do more on this, but I got bored.
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No. 20495 ID: 979ec9
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20495
How overlord might look if I put my prejudice against ridiculous fantasy armour aside.
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No. 20496 ID: 979ec9
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20496
Changed some details.

I think I'm finally getting out of my art rut. Hopefully I will be able to create some cool pieces again soon.
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No. 21092 ID: 890c9c
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21092
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No. 22038 ID: 8fa2cc
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22038
Wow, what a deeply fascinating image with which to update this thread.
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No. 22039 ID: 8fa2cc
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22039
Might as well post this shit, too.

My pathfinder character, Avaron. Her horse is named Frorence.
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No. 22052 ID: 0a0932
Hey man, not sure if you're taking requests or anything, but maybe you'd like to draw an Eldar warp spider or even your Overlord character in the BLAME! Manga style?
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No. 22073 ID: 8fa2cc
>>22052

I actually haven't read BLAME! yet, despite numerous suggestions that I do so. :V
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No. 22630 ID: 9221ac
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22630
New PF character.
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No. 22752 ID: 472da3
>>22630
this is fucking metal
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No. 22757 ID: 1c677c
Hey, super happy to see this blobby zombie head pop up in tgchan draw again. Don't like the Warhammer 40k stuff, but the dwarf is 100% metal.
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