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2D All the way! / camo's sketchbook

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Camouflage Studios
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Posted: 9th Aug 2011 08:35
hey everybody, I've been hit by the painting bug recently and I just thought I'd start a thread in here instead of polluting 3d chat.



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painting number one, stylized portrait, no ref. and crits or comments are more than welcome

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Wolf
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Posted: 10th Aug 2011 02:22
What do you work with?

If these are pencilcolors and you are smoothing them with the eraser...you are pretty good at that...if you are using a tablet, nevermind!

I'm 99,9 % sure that you mirrored the image. Never do that!

In theory, one brain side dominants one side of the face. As both sides control completely different parts of your being. However, I don't want to get esoteric on your sketchbook... so I let images explain:
A labchimpanzee will work:





You can do it with a portrait of yourself...its fun and looks scary. So yeah, my point is: Never mirror an image. You can redo the piece and you will see that it looks much more natural without mirroring.

Its a pretty good idea to use your bluring technique on the body itself, but don't use it on the eyes.

Other than that, its a good start!



-Wolf

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Camouflage Studios
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Posted: 16th Aug 2011 20:03
lol you caught me wolf good point man I'll be sure not to mirror anymore

aight so here's a hand painted wood texture I've been workin on



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Phaelax
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Posted: 17th Aug 2011 01:53
I like the painted style and would actually have a use for that texture.

Camouflage Studios
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Posted: 22nd Aug 2011 03:25
thank you and what would that use be?

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