Part 6 - Tentacle Demo 2
Part 6 - Tentacle Demo 2
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Part 6 - Tentacle Demo 2

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Part 6 - Tentacle Demo 2

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Steven Zapata
Here's the 2nd part of the demo! I’ll continue to show you how to apply these principles as I wrap up my tentacle drawing.
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José Ignacio Cancino Vergara
I dont have al the materials so i had to blend with my finger and couldnt make the fancy details with eraser. Feedback from anyone would be very appreciated!
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Levi Kalden
I played a bit around after finally watching the course. Thanks a lot. Probably the most helpful course I have ever watched
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amydodsworth123
Brilliant course, thank you! Had fun doing this lesson. I’m about to try doing my own versions. Any tips would be appreciated.
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Blair George
Enjoyed this exercise!
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Irene Walker
Not tried the 2 arms demo yet, put been practicing and came up with this humanoid spiders leg. Would love feedback if anyone has the time. Loving this course. Loving it!
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José Ignacio Cancino Vergara
Hello! I like it a lot. I think the little lower portion of the leg should receive less light than the other parts (because its incidence angle is elevated) an there are some parts where the stroke of the pencil is very noticeable. Nice muscles!
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Irene Walker
My first attempts. Top one is the 1st try, lower one second try. Any feedback would be very welcome.
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José Ignacio Cancino Vergara
I like the blending in the the light/shadow part between the 2 drawings! Smoothyyy
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Adriel Lazarus
Hey, Steven! What is that pen-like eraser called? It's hard for me to find out in the online store where I am from: Singapore. The brand you're using is Mono Zero, but what is it technically called? Thanks, Boss!
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Steven Zapata
I suppose the general term for them would be an eraser with a pen-style body, and then just look for the finest tip you can. Pentel sells many similar ones and calls them "high polymer" erasers but I don't see many other companies using that term.
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Ken LaRose
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Richard Sperling
Just finished Part 5 (Shading from Imagination), and moved on to Part 6 (Tentacle Demo 2). I'm having a problem, however, since I can't find any way to view it in Full Screen mode. Unlike the earlier parts, this part has no controls in the frame, so it's either view it in small-screen mode, or skip it. Is there a solution to this problem, and, if so, what is it?
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Steven Zapata
This technical glitch should have been resolved by now- all good?
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Artūras ČIvas
I just love it!
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Steven Zapata
Thank you!
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Bill Thomas
Hello. great course. What type of paper are you using?
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Philippe Girard
strathmore bristol smooth
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