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Started out super stiff until I remembered that you should do the gesture first lol
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Bria
this was interesting, I might try more perhaps 🤔
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Bria
I love the force book so this was fun to do! I am, however, very bad at gauging where/how big to start a drawing so that it all fits (made even worse by being a digital rat with resizing tools to save me) so that's a little disappointing
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Bria
I would've liked to do more today because armor is really fun and looks very cool. Despite that, it always feels too daunting to attempt so I never try it lol
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@toromanticart
8 minutes, digital stylized attempt, do you also have suggestions for names of brushes for drawing and coloring, tried some, tried to read about them for months and years but didn't make a choice
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4mo
Default round hard brush is a work horse and can get you most places you want to go. But, if you want to play around with different brushes, a lot of artists have free brush packs you can download and try out for different feels and can emulate traditional media more. The default brushes on adobe sketchbook are very nice as well, and can mimic pencil and stuff pretty good. About your drawing, you're doing pretty good with getting general proportions! However, the eyes are too high up for the overall shape of the head. You might want to check out some videos or tutorials on the loomis head method, and then overlay your drawing over your reference pictures to check accuracy. I did a quick transform of your image and lowered the eyes, made them smaller, and moved the mouth over to align with the centerline of the head to demonstrate.
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Tori Tempo
I started with the intention of doing several studies, but I was having too much fun with this one.
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Bria
4mo
ooo I really like how the fur and shading turned out on this! And red being the only color was also a nice choice. Very pleasing over all
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Bria
Today was a journey LOL, I always try and make my characters either nude or with skin tight or super baggy clothing to cover up for the fact that I struggle with fabric. So, trying to put clothing together with characters actually doing things made this very challenging, especially with the shorter poses I did (as you can see I copped out with the longer ones). The longer ones were fun to see come together though, and since I didn't think I was going to get anything good out today with how the shorter ones were coming out, I'm glad the colored one turned out ok.
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Bria
wow I was fighting for my life with these. I always struggle with accuracy to the ref image, so trying to make them look like the person was HARD. Also I tend to jump into rendering to solve problems so forcing myself to stay in line art/drawing stage was hard as well. Glad proko is making us do 12 days of struggling, this feels like a mini art boot camp, but I like having to get out of my comfort zone as well.
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Peter Orojan
Hands are hard, 5 images each around 20 minutes. did them on separate layers but merged them so that i dont have to upload multiple files. Can t wait to see your results
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Bria
4mo
very nice 👍
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Bria
Hands are hard 2. Do not ask why I did the first set in pen LOL
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Bria
I love mermaids! Thank you letting us use the ref pack :)
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