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Guest Casandra

This is my first post, so if it all goes wrong please be gentle with an old man.

 

Here's some quick marker doodles I did to explain that markers are about drawing light, not colour.

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Guest riege_st

thats really some awesome quality - have you ever thought about doing an tutorial on markers ?

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Guest Casandra

Thank you kindly. When I have more time, summer maybe.

 

Having massaged my ego so well here are some building toys that are operating below my office window.

 

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Just messing around in Painter. This is the first time I took a car sketch this far, although still sloppy and careless in many areas, perspective issues , so.. = doodle :)

 

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Guest mrtomek

nice! i bought a wacom tablet a while back although i kinda gave up on being able to use it.... maybe im just lazy.

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Guest mrtomek

hmmm, hadnt had time to load up any of my renderings yett....

all ive got is these renders from 1st year

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and some other random sketches for good measure.

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Guest ScottieB

Hey all! I haven't been very active here for a while with work commitments but I had some time to get back into alias and create this quick sketch. I'm trying to achieve a fast sketching technique that looks exciting. Still in the works...

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Guest Arunrajam

it seems that most of u ppl r using software for sketching or doodling... is it good to use a software or paper????

if software which one????

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Guest ScottieB

In my opinion I would get good at hand drawing on paper then go into the computer. :(

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