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Postby geryes » Mon Sep 25, 2017 4:28 pm

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Subject title: RAC00NIE's sketches and stuff (probably some NSFW)

That last one looks photo realistic. Great job with it!
I too mainly draw girls. Sketchbook

 

Postby RAC00NIE » Sat Oct 21, 2017 1:00 pm

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Spider, NesoKaiyoH, Steeliebob and geryes - Thank you so much!

So, I'm participating in the drawtober event/challenge/whatever you wanna call it, and it's hard! I post everyday on my instagram, that's quite difficult for me, because I'm such a sloth XD. I'll post my drawtober works that are worth posting here (also photoshopped a bit, because I don't have time for that on the day of upload). So, you can find better quality post here :> If you wanna see all my drawings (even the shitty ones), head over to my instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/n0mzat/

This is a piece from the 2nd day, the prompt is ,,Stitched Together,,. I like how it turned out. Also, all the works I'll post here are done with ballpoint pen (except the digital one) and are drawn on A6 format paper.
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Postby RAC00NIE » Sat Oct 21, 2017 1:02 pm

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Here's a drawtober piece from the 3rd day. The prompt was ,,Double, Double, Toil-n-Trouble,,.
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Postby RAC00NIE » Sat Oct 21, 2017 1:03 pm

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Here's one from the 4th day. The prompt this time was ,,Shackled Wraith,,. I like it, because it was more of an experiment :>
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Postby geryes » Sat Oct 21, 2017 8:44 pm

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These Drawtober pieces are looking great. I love thee way you interpret the prompts! Especially the shackled wraith one. It looks wicked!
I too mainly draw girls. Sketchbook

 

Postby Kittycat2017 » Sun Oct 22, 2017 8:21 pm

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oh my god your work is so incredible I hope I can become at least half as good as you are some day

 

Postby pukrolli » Mon Oct 23, 2017 5:27 am

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Ohhh, you are so skilled, and I love your style! :shock:
Something about the Shackled Wraith is so pleasing to look at :mrgreen:
Even your signature is so creative :lol: I could never come up with a signature for myself.

 

Postby PuRin0 » Tue Oct 24, 2017 12:51 am

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your imagination stuff is pretty stylish ! I like it 'o'

 

Postby Fergato » Wed Oct 25, 2017 7:53 pm

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Cool sketches, and a very active imagination! Where do you get your inspiration from?
Our learning path never ends... Keep practicing.
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Check my sketchbook, if you want.
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Postby RAC00NIE » Mon Oct 30, 2017 3:04 pm

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geryes - Thank you!
Kittycat2017 - Thank you so much!! What are you talking about, your art is amazing! :>
pukrolli - Thanks! I'm glad you like it. And about the signature, I actually took some inspiration from another artist to come up with it. :D
PuRin0 - Thank you :>
Fergato - Thanks! I actually can't pin one source, I guess I get inspired by artists, anime, comics and life :)

The drawtober is at it's end and it has been really hard!! I got more lazy as time went on, so I'm not satisfied with all works. Here's the work from 8th day of drawtober - Pumpkin Butcher :>
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Postby RAC00NIE » Mon Oct 30, 2017 3:06 pm

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Here's a piece from the 11th day. The prompt was ,,Button - Eyed Scarecrow,, :)
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Postby RAC00NIE » Mon Oct 30, 2017 3:08 pm

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Here's drawtober's 13th drawing - Goopy Gobbler! I tried to make the creature feel like jello (goopy :D). I think the attempt isn't that bad :>
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Postby Spider » Mon Oct 30, 2017 11:04 pm

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I love the textures you're using, the crosshatching looks really lovely as well :)

 

Postby Peteman22 » Tue Oct 31, 2017 2:40 pm

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Helloo

I though it be nicer to answer the question you asked me in your sketchbook rather than mine. And I must admit I was mentally preparing to explain stuff to a beginner. But hot dang your good, all that stippling must take so much work. Makes me kind of surprised you asked, but since you did: - Construction drawing is about breaking things down into boxes, spheres, cylinders and cones. So start with those and make sure to draw through the forms. Draw the lines at the back of the forms that you wouldn't actually see if it was a solid object, like you've done for the drawabox exercise. (Which is really good by the way.) ( Make sure you can draw them, the boxes in particular, from any rotation and in 1pt, 2pt and 3 pt perspective.

Uncomfortable (Mr. Drawabox.) has some videos explaining things -

Boxes -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mxQxWdLo9Y
Cylinders - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLXce523-f4

Here's a video from Sycra - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsdkhQis34U
And a video that I haven't actually watched but has a very promisingly related title: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpqEE9yU474&t=78s

When your simplifying more complicated things, (like animals) you need to be thinking things like "Does this thing look more boxy, or cylindrical or a ball with a box suck to it." "If this animal was a box, how many sides could I see, 1, 2 or3? " You can use contour lines to help emphasize the form, particularly for cylinders. Drawing lines that follow the form around the middle of a cylinder, that can change a lot depending on the perspective you are looking at the cylinder. - One thing I did notice with your hand drawings, (which I think you said where done reference-less) is for some of them you have the lines of the finger joints go straight across the finger, whereas in reality they taper around the cylinder- esque structure of the finger.-

From there just carve away or add on forms as you see them on your reference. Like a retro 3D modeler adding more polygons.

Man I wrote more than I expected, hope this helps.
What are you doing? Stop browsing the forum and get drawing.

Just visit my sketchbook first:

http://www.sycra.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=37212 Come say hello!

 

Postby RAC00NIE » Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:48 pm

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Spider - Thanks :>
Peteman22 - Thank you for the long and well constructed reply! I'll try out the sites and other stuff you've written. :)

Here's some more drawtober pieces.
This one is the14th drawing, the prompt was ,,Flesh Ripper,,. Tried to make it feel like one of those shady guys, trying to sell you drugs and other (sometimes) illegal things. But it turned out more comedic, so I just went with it :>
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Postby RAC00NIE » Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:51 pm

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This one is ,,Shadow Prince,,. I watched Berserk recently, so I tried to redesign Griffith (my favorite character) a bit. #GriffithDidNothingWrong

P.S. If you didn't, go watch and/or read Berserk. You won't regret it :)
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Postby KitKat » Sat Nov 04, 2017 12:22 pm

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Do you sketch it out with pencil first or do you draw it directly with pen? Btw Really nice penmanship!

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