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12-06-2005, 08:45 AM
i've bought some anatomy books in an effort to improve my drawings...and try to get more interesting poses too. here are some stuff, the ones that look more finished are based off of sketches i scanned in and worked with. sorry for poor quality, i just use a camera to take pics of my sketchbook. i posted some of this stuff in another thread so you may have seen a few. post more gestural stuff later!
a painting i just did now, i didn't really get to finish the hands or feet so they're sort of small and off.
oh this is great - i have been following your wip/selfportrait thread and I am really looking forward to this.
Great sketches - I especially like the light on the face and facial expression as well as flow of hair in the first one!
12-06-2005, 12:09 PM
Welcome aboard! Some very nice work you've posted ~ can't wait to see your progress here! :thumbsup: I think you would quite enjoy our Open Figure Drawing Workshops, the most recent of which is OFDW 008 (http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?p=2859219#post2859219) ~ OFDW 009 should begin late Sunday/Monday. Hope you'll join us! :)
12-07-2005, 02:37 AM
Really nice line you have there. Elegant...Great flow...Beautiful. :thumbsup:
12-16-2005, 09:53 AM
i tried to practice drawing noses. it didn't work too well, but i learned some things. i'm trying to do a different feature every week. ignore all the little faces - i was trying to practice a "realistic" approach to a feature and then draw it from memory, and then try to simplify it into how i normally doodle. that didn't really work either ^^
12-16-2005, 11:47 AM
If you are haveing trouble with facial features, and want to do them from memory,
I highly recommend two books by Burne Hogarth....#1 Drawing The Human Head
#2 Dynamic Anatomy. He did most of his drawing from memory. His books are great for
learning, and very easy to understand, and not priced to high, you can get them used
also on the internet. I will post you a couple of links later today.I think you will really
like them, and they will help you a great deal, if you choose to buy them.
I still really like your line work..post more.. and you should really consider joining the
figure drawing workshop...Rebecca is a great teacher, and will help you take your
skill to the next level, and there are also a lot of talented people there who will be more
than happy to help you develope your skill....:)
12-16-2005, 04:47 PM
oooh yeah i'm so tempted to join but i'm working so hard right now on one of my pieces ^^ maybe after new yrs
edit: thanks for the book suggestions. my roommate is prolly already going nuts over how many books i've bought that are art related in the last like 2 months:
nude figure (photography)
figure in motion (photography)
facial expressions (photography)
how to draw manga
2 gnomon dvds
2 d'artiste books
12-17-2005, 09:07 AM
That Facial Expressions book is a great find, I have that one too! I use it religiously! Try more observational drawing and try to see planes of the face as shapes, that way if you recognize them as shapes it will seem more natural and more realistic! There is tru;y no line in anything on this planet, on what you put on paper. study craig mullins work, he has a great example of doing that, good luck!:thumbsup:
12-17-2005, 02:45 PM
that's sort of my exact problem, i do a LOT of observational work but i would like to draw more westernized features. i've had a lot of ppl tell me that it's all the same, but i can tell you back that it really isn't. for instance, i don't have a eyelid fold, or a nose bridge, or an eyebrow ridge, etc etc.
12-17-2005, 04:01 PM
You can order Burne Hogarth books, at.....ALIBRIS .COM or AMAZON .COM
The nice thing about his books are how he showes how to draw all the races of people.
He was my teacher many years ago, and when people would ask him to draw a face,
the first thing he would say is...well what race of face would you like to see, then he
would rapidly produce whatever race of person that was requested, right there in front of everyone...used to really amaze me. I asked him what his secret was one time, and he
said that there were three or four major groups that have similar features, according
to which group they belonged in, and that it was just a matter of small detail, and
modification to to creat the race of person within each group.....
Buy his books when you can...you'll get a lot more in return, than you spent on them
PS.....I like your self portrait...
12-17-2005, 04:21 PM
thanks. my self portrait was done from life, btw. i never got around to finishing it, but perhaps i'll have time after the xmas break.
12-24-2005, 09:53 AM
a lot of ppl at cgtalk have told me that my ppl esp my girls are hella ugly :sad: so i'm sort of practicing that...drawing a pinup of a friend. i'm sort of stuck on non-cliche poses but i'm going for a really soft innocent look. sorry if the anatomy is off...these are just rough idea sketches >.< i'll worry about the resemblance later.
any ideas would be cool! :bounce:
maybe just show the back? robe vs. playing with bra
stretching and pulling off a shirt...in the second one she's pulling off a second shirt or something, i dunno ^^
12-24-2005, 03:53 PM
Hey there, :) I think the thing that I would suggest would be to go after realism with these. I think it's only possible to stylize well if one has a strong understanding of realistic anatomy. Plus, when you are going for realism, you will push yourself and your skills further than you would with a more manga or cartoon~style character.
Have you considered participating in the Open Figure Drawing Workshops? (http://forums.cgsociety.org/showpost.php?p=2602753&postcount=3) I think you could really push your skills a lot further there, amongst a dedicated group of people. :) A new OFDW 10 will start late Sunday / early Monday and will likely continue for 3 instead of 2 weeks due to the holidays (if that's what everyone wants). :) If you have the time, I hope you will join in! :)
12-24-2005, 05:46 PM
i actually wasn't going for a manga style at all :shrug: haha but i sort of can see where you'd think i had. i based these off of photography references in one of my books.
i'm planning to spam the workshops soon, don't worry ^^
12-24-2005, 05:49 PM
LOL ~ hehe, sorry for the manga confusion...:D ~ I mostly based this conclusion on the face of your first drawing, but the body is more realistic. Sorry for that! :D
Looking forward to your OFDW spam. ;)
12-25-2005, 10:00 AM
some more ideas. ignore the faces....they're just placeholders. are the girls too fat? once i pick a pose later i'll prolly exaggerate the proportions a bit to look more like a pinup and less like a regular anatomy practice. and the outfits....well, i guess i'll need to work on those.
12-27-2005, 01:42 AM
It looks like you have a nice general sense of the figure. :) The thing I notice with the upper set of poses is not that she looks fat, so much as she looks to be lacking a waist ~ without which, the twist is hard to make look realistic. I think you want more of a transition between the stomach and the buttocks ~ the key to the pose here is really the twist, and you'll probably want to exaggerate that to get the effect you want. :)
With the bottom poses, I think her head, particularly with it being so near the viewer, should be quite a bit larger. I would also give her a neck and move the head a bit away from the body more.
But the general structure is there, and you've got a good start. Do you plan to paint these?
01-03-2006, 09:37 AM
i'm planning to paint the pose that my friend chooses...she chose this one out of all of the choices >.< it seemed to be one of the most uninteresting IMO...but it IS for her, so...*shrugs* you can see the sketch of this - it is the first one on the first set of gestures below.
um....so...anatomy...*hides*...and i still don't know what kind of outfit she should wear. i'll change her expression/hair to something more sexy later ^^
and her boobs give me trouble. *sniffs* i'll try to make them bigger later too ^^
here were the rest of the sketches (plus the ones i've posted already) that i offered her:
01-03-2006, 11:41 AM
Heya, I think these sketches all look really good...the one thing I think they are missing is a waist. ;) Try using the 'peanut' method to roughly / lightly block in the shape of the torso. The upper and lower torso (the rib cage and pelvis) can together be described as a peanut shape, which works in almost any view and almost any perspective. This might be a good tool to sort of elongate the form and include a waist. Hope this helps! :)
01-10-2006, 08:04 AM
ummm another view of the same pose? i think her legs are prolly too stocky. i sort of wanted a natural look now that i think about it but perhaps she's still too short. her hair is a bit big too lol, it's meant to look brushed over.
01-10-2006, 12:26 PM
Heya, I think that the waist is missing in this one a bit too...:D ~ don't hate me because I harp on waists. :D
Her bottom should sort of be in more perspective ~ eg ~ the torso, we are looking up at, and the bottom should sort of curve under, with the waist being more dead on from the viewer's perspective ~ it's sort of crucial for that spatial transition, if that makes sense.
Hope this helps. :)
01-10-2006, 01:59 PM
Hi there , great style is yours !!
Really clean and everything... :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
Looking forward to see more
02-08-2006, 03:19 PM
thanks to both of you, and i can't hate you for telling me that my chars are missing waists, becca ^^ and i wish i had more time for like the workshops but lately i've been sick or busy :(
some sketches i did while at work.
02-08-2006, 03:29 PM
Ooh, new sketches! :)
I'll definitely take a better look when I'm not at work...:D...glad to see new work here! :wip:
Hope you're feeling better soon!
03-17-2006, 11:41 PM
here is some stuff (with some crossing over from my other thread) i've done recently. blah...i wish i had time to do the workshops...i wanted to do the master copy :(
a continuation sketch for a painting i'm doing of fruits basket.
old sketch and the basic outline for the whole sketch:
03-17-2006, 11:44 PM
done on the airplane with my brother.
03-17-2006, 11:56 PM
So no wonder youve been missing!
I cant believe all the stuff that you have here...amazing exploration. What a journey.....I think im just gonna sit ere and look. Not too good with anatomy..thats y
03-22-2006, 11:57 AM
03-22-2006, 12:18 PM
03-22-2006, 12:51 PM
Hi ....hpslashluvr // Emily...:)
Really like that self portrait....nice color and style of painting...:thumbsup:
Also like the structure lines in your latest gestures...starting to see volumes better...:thumbsup:
Love that free flowing elegant line work in that last drawing...child on top of sphere....:)
You might want to check out an artist, whose style I think you will really like...google search
........ Patrick Woodroffe .... he has a lot of books of his works out there...great artist with
a great imagination....the book that I have of his , is called...HALLELUJAH ANYWAY a real
treasure of a book...:bounce:
Thought of him while I was looking at your works this morning...that last drawing of yours
reminds me of some of his works.
Looking forward to seeing more of your works....:)
03-22-2006, 07:34 PM
@spiritdreamer: thanks for the artist, i looked him up. for some reason i can't post on your thread...just wanted to say i think your method of working is very interesting.
03-23-2006, 02:22 AM
Hey there, hp, :)
It looks like you've got a lot of good stuff going on! :thumbsup: I really think that were you to participate in one of the next OFDWs, your painting skills would increase dramatically ~ mostly because forcing oneself to do a Master Copy pushes you to really go further than you might on your own. :)
The next one starts Monday...what do you say? :p
03-23-2006, 02:59 AM
oooh yeah...i really want to do one but i'm really high strung right now with some art projects. i totally wanted to do the current master copy cuz i love the art but i didn't have time at all :( i hope this one is 4 weeks too!
03-23-2006, 03:02 AM
Hehe, don't worry, there will be lots more OFDWs to come. ;) Yep, for any Master Copy workshops, which the next one will be as well (I'll probably throw in some Hong Ly reference photos as well for variety) the duration will be at least 3, and probably 4 weeks.
03-26-2006, 12:44 AM
studies for the machine girl.
a last minute thing i did for a videogame proposal in my business class. sorry for some of the soft shading, i was in a hurry. and ignore the bg/font.
03-26-2006, 08:25 AM
Ooo....dont apologise for the soft shading pls....that looks awesome. I think it is easier to just do a hard shading as you just step on it but soft shading..u gotta be somewhere in between...and really be in ctrl ........................not that i know that much abt soft shading....duh:rolleyes:
Anyway...great progress being made here....what you have been doing girl??
03-26-2006, 08:33 AM
Nice progression on these. Your figure handling is pretty solid; nice flow and poses; kudos on all the foreshortening work, too. That SP is nicely done; I like the palette on that.
Nice charcoal studies (at least, I'm assuming that's charcoal) in the latest round, and the digital looks great; nice range of values, solid lighting work. :thumbsup:
edit: The chick's ears(?) seem to be the only bits with any color in the piece. Is there any particular reason for that? My eyes kept going to the ears for that reason.
03-26-2006, 05:00 PM
well, i've been really busy with a lot of schoolwork, trying to pull up my grades in my math and japanese class :( and a bunch of projects...
the reason the girl's ears are sepia is because the sketch was in sepia, i just haven't painted over them completely so the lines show through. you can see some of the other sepia linework...
03-26-2006, 05:10 PM
the reason the girl's ears are sepia is because the sketch was in sepia, i just haven't painted over them completely so the lines show through. you can see some of the other sepia linework...
Doh. That hadn't even dawned on me. o_O
Japanese isn't so bad, what level are you taking?
03-27-2006, 08:50 AM
i'm not actually taking japanese, it's a japanese culture class cuz i needed a filler class, but it turned out to be more work than i thought (memorizing japanese history etc)
here is a WIP painting of the machine girl. the technique i used on the poster seemed good so i'm trying it again.
03-27-2006, 10:48 AM
Whoa...ur soft shading is a killer already.....:bowdown:......wuts the story behind the costumes in the recent self-portait post?..................assuming the girls sitting on the chairs are really kinna YOU.
03-27-2006, 11:12 AM
Your last pic doesn't seem to be showing up. Tried visiting the url directly, too.
it's a japanese culture class cuz i needed a filler class, but it turned out to be more work than i thought (memorizing japanese history etc)
Jesus, yeah, Japanese history is fracking confusing, as can be their culture. I think I had an easier time learning their language than studying their culture and history. :argh: Good luck with that. :p
04-13-2006, 06:12 PM
Thanks! It is me.
Uh...the whole painting will look something like the sketch on the top left.
here is an update:
some sketches I did recently.
04-13-2006, 08:43 PM
Ooh, hp, the b/w portrait is really sweet ~ the only thing is the feet, which look a little cartoonish and at a slightly rakish angle. But I like the smudged charcoal look of the face, that's really effective!
05-31-2006, 03:24 AM
sketches from class:
05-31-2006, 04:23 AM
05-31-2006, 10:08 AM
Hiya! Great thread! Some lovely clean sketches!, wonderful paintings to.
06-03-2006, 06:34 PM
Were you going to work on this last piece any further? I think it has a lot of potential...am still hoping that you can find the time to participate in the OFDWs, I think you would get a great deal out of it and tremendously improve quickly. :)
06-18-2006, 05:50 PM
hey rebecca! erilaz was in my montreal workshop group! hehe i think he said he was going down to visit you.
*going to just copy and paste what i wrote on CA*
So yeah the workshop was ****ing awesome. That doesn't even begin to describe it. I'm still experiencing it in my head right now...anyways for anyone who has any doubts...or even no money, I would sell my house/children if i had any to go to the next workshop :yayca:
loomis study on the airplane:
bought a brush pen set...BEST THING EVER!
06-18-2006, 05:52 PM
carrrrrrnifexxxxx (inside joke). and me. and andrew lecturing on the bottom.
late night life drawing. the massiveblack guys got four girls to model in the hotel, it was great.
special thanks to hussar, ds, and others for lending me paints and board. i painted a face and ds fixed it...other ppl kept coming over and telling me it looked great...so i had to write something ^^ oh, and i tried to draw fox's symbol >.<
06-18-2006, 05:53 PM
late late late late late night collab. fox did the head/body, mr. blonde did the body and i think boon...well you can prolly tell.
erilaz, my tea buddy!
dirty c drew this using beer.
and it's funny...but as much as we look at it we can't remember how to draw fox!!!
06-20-2006, 02:33 AM
Martin did indeed come to visit, and it was great to finally meet him! :) You can see some pictures of the stealthy tea monkey on my blog. :) It sounds like everyone had a great time at the Workshop and I wish that I could have gone. I have seen the Workshop photos, and it looks really interesting (though I think I'm a tad old for that crowd, I would definitely like to see the demos!) :)
Your drawings are really solid, but I would love to see some more finished works from you! Are you a fulltime art student? If so, I would love to see some of your college pieces. :)
06-29-2006, 07:55 PM
Pfff...so much stuff...really enjoyed going thru this. By all means keep it up. I wish i got the time to do some stuff like these....
06-29-2006, 11:18 PM
Yo, hp! Come participate in the 50 Portraits thread! :thumbsup:
07-03-2006, 06:22 AM
a sketch for the teen tdome "final battle." battle of art frustration.
Character of the week: "ex noble lady in the french revolution whose son wants to die"
just doing my new yrs res's...monthly costume and anatomy study
facial expressions from a mirror, simplified.
07-03-2006, 06:23 AM
more of the CHOW.
07-03-2006, 03:49 PM
Looks like you're on a definite productive streak! Btw, what types of work / assignments do you do for school? It would be interesting to see those as well. :)
07-03-2006, 03:54 PM
another portrait...i'm going to try to do three speed ones at work tonight.
Rebecca: Um....I'm not taking any art classes so there are no assignments :( And have I ever told you how much I appreciated you writing back to every post I make? =P
07-03-2006, 03:58 PM
Didn't realise you had one over here as well!
Becca just pointed it out to me.:D
Chow is looking wonderful.
07-05-2006, 04:23 PM
im green with envy
07-06-2006, 08:24 AM
Lol, thank you! :) You can color me pesky. ;)
I really like the streak of light across the cheekbone ~ that's a nicely expressive touch. May I ask what you are studying? :)
07-13-2006, 08:48 PM
so is this where all of the cool kids hang out? Hi Em!! It was cool seeing the sketchbook pages from "the session" - god I miss montreal. I love he drawing of you that Mr. Blonde did, thats so awesome.
Excellent progress in here. Keep posting an working.
07-14-2006, 03:32 AM
I've seen the pics from Montreal, which one is you? :p Send me a link!
08-03-2006, 08:14 AM
edit:too much stuff....
08-03-2006, 08:33 AM
Welp, I didn't do everything I planned for this month AKA head studies and my CHOW piece due to just being tired from work and class. I started a life drawing class that runs around 4 1/2 to 5 hrs Mon-Thurs o.O;;;
I did my new yr's rez though! ^^ I already posted the costume study and the anatomy study. Here are my color studies and my lighting study.
based off this GORGEOUS photo:
it's funny, cuz i've been trying to find a good lighting ref for my fruits basket pic and here it is! i changed the photo a little to suit the fruits basket pic i had...nothing much...just hair. i know she's kinda wide too but it's ok.
based off this GORGEOUS photo:
a little improvement on the pose of my la belle dame piece:
a little bit on machinegirl:
a little on CHOW...BETTER HANDS! yay!:
LIFE DRAWING!!(in no particular order)...i know it's not that great but it's great fun...haven't used charcoal in forever...a few of my good pieces have been taken out too for a display.
08-03-2006, 08:34 AM
10-06-2006, 10:25 PM
some more work.
a storyboard for an animatic.
10-06-2006, 10:28 PM
i know the light is too straight and i need to fix the color on the hands. still WIP...
10-07-2006, 02:35 AM
:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek: - gUshy, am i not?
10-07-2006, 02:45 AM
you're a very busy person. :D
nice sketchbook. :thumbsup:
11-15-2006, 06:30 PM
thanks both of you....long time no update....no time to do anything but studies unfortunately. soooo tired :(
nddddd drawing outfits i want to make but...i suck at crafts. and i wish i had an occasion to wear a sexy business outfit with cateye glasses.
not really an update....but i thought i'd restart work on this piece. i think i'll repeat that glowy oval thing behind the throne.
first matte/environ painting.
11-15-2006, 06:34 PM
edit: too much stuff...
11-15-2006, 06:37 PM
work for children's book.
11-15-2006, 06:39 PM
just some late night fun. trying to learn armor. i learned about hard and soft light mode toooooo wooooo. i know his face is too yellow lmao.
some life drawing with a watercolor pencil. i HATE cloth gestures. can't draw that fast.
Yay, bunch of great stuff to look at. I especially like the life drawings with watercolor pencil, very good! The girl on the chair too, the environment, armor learning, haha, awesome.
A pleasure watching these. Nice to see variety in mediums. I really get fascinated when people put great variety of mediums into good use. For example, Feng Zhu.
Keep this thread updated, Hpslashluvr. Damn that's a hard nickname...:)
11-16-2006, 02:39 AM
Hah! Ure back.... Nice studies as always!!
12-02-2006, 10:02 AM
thanks to both of you. and i think...just maybe...i might...might have time to do studies again ^^ FINALLY maybe participate and finish a workshop by rebeccak...we'll see.
some more life drawing from the start of the semester till now...for some reason all my life drawings turn out really bad at my school, but i think it's because they are at night after a whole day of work and classes. some of them were taken at an angle so whatever...and some of the girl drawings may look weird, but i swear that girl is like 5 ft tall, big boobs, skinny waist, and the thickest legs ever. she could kill you with them. oh and all of these were like really short gestures so i didn't get to shade really.
12-02-2006, 10:04 AM
i'm confused how to render the cat. i tried this approach:
What an amazing anatomy thread!
I love your pencil sketches!
But also the rest is impressive, too!
But what on earth did you do with San? Princess Mononoke :D ^^
You are an Anime-fan aren't you?
Princess Mononoke is the best movie, I have ever seen (~20 times I think :):thumbsup: )
But that's not the matter ^^
Hope to see new works of yours! :thumbsup:
12-03-2006, 04:21 PM
Strong thread here with a lot of interesting characters in it! Great to see how you capture those dynqmic poses in your recent charcoal studies. Keep on going.
12-03-2006, 11:00 PM
Gestures are going second nature for u. I enjoy checking those out.
Hey, are those her eyes? I mean that red stripe thing?? :eek: Kewl cat rendering...cel-shaded prolly easier to animate in ghibli's case.
I like the pattern on that face!
How do you get the sunray brush?
O yeah it looks awesome! :eek:
Your gushy cgtalker
Ok it's about time I subsribe to yer sb...
You're such a hard worker, very impressive. Motivates me to work harder than I currently do
Thanks for that :)
12-04-2006, 02:37 PM
Hi Emily! You have a great thread going on here! Awesome progress!!:bounce:
12-04-2006, 10:17 PM
no, that's me as san riding my roommate's cat ^^ for my website enter page. and NO those are not her eyes, san has red stripes running down under her eyes. i even put them to the side instead of under so that ppl wouldn't confuse them for eyes. Can't you see she's smiling like >.< ??? =P
anyways thanks for the comments.
spiffy gave me the link to baronteri's brushes...go to his site if you haven't and get those too! his also come with patterns if you're into that.
ok, i have decided that trying to shade this f'ing cat orange and white is the bane of my life. soooo hard.....and my friend said to make it angry again...i redrew it to look more like a persian and i couldn't get it to look right so i made it white...which might actually be better so it doesn't draw the focus away from san.
12-07-2006, 11:59 AM
02-18-2007, 08:04 AM
thanks! i'm so bad about posting here...i'm so sorry :( ugh i'm DYING to do the master copy this time cuz it's so awesome with the angels/demons...we'll see. i'm still so slow to finish all my hw ^^
painting of hero and emily g (but doesn't look like either cuz i painted emily kind of from my head...)
another of hero:
painting after plane ride :D they wouldn't let me hold it, and they put it through the luggage scanner and kept touching it. UGHHH
02-18-2007, 08:07 AM
playing around with color layers:
just a fun thing for sketchgroup. i'm learning a lot by looking at the prince of persia concepts. uhhh she's supposed to be leaning on something, i know her body is all weird.
trying to learn how to thumbnail armor for sketchgroup...left is guildwars, middle is kinda haloish, right will be medieval.
02-18-2007, 08:09 AM
some drawings for storyboarding class. sorry for large images! dont feel like resizing em now :D
i decided that the reason all my art sucks is cuz i take myself way too seriously. so with little time remaining i redid my TD...i didn't have time to do a real background (i was planning on fighting in a dragon mouth or something lame) so i did a mario type bg. it actually took a while cuz i don't know how to get two colors for a gradient in painter :(
the girl is supposed to be me...has WAY bigger boobs than me...anyhoo i chose a pose out of an anime drawing book and tried to implement some anime cliches - the pose, the awful revealing outfit, the awful nonpractical boots, naruto handgloves and hairbands.
just imagine some glow on the chakra blade and a chidori in the other hand and some motion blur and we're set :D
this has to be the fastest i've ever worked....basically one night. its due tomorrow :)
03-05-2007, 08:37 AM
Gah! Tons of really strong stuff here, Em - always inspiring to see. :) Wish you'd participate in the OFDWs woman!!! :D
08-10-2007, 11:41 AM
Really love the new works
Love the realistic Style of Manga...I see the post Bleach project
Friend, you use gtalk? I would like to talk a little with somebody that has a good-looking style with the waits to reach.
10-14-2007, 03:00 PM
sry for the late reply...this is always more of a post dump because i never can write in here in firefox so i get too lazy to open explorer ^^ b/w work and school and personal work, i never have time to start more than a WIP of the OFDW's :( and no i don't have gtalk.
sry for large images, i copied them off ca.org.
10-14-2007, 03:08 PM
10-14-2007, 03:13 PM
http://img207.imageshack.us/img207/1276/pg3copysmallcj9.jpg http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/3667/pg4copysmallme6.jpg http://img204.imageshack.us/img204/4277/pg5copysmalliz0.jpg http://img222.imageshack.us/img222/6812/pg6copysmallpw1.jpg http://img208.imageshack.us/img208/6120/pg8copysmallix6.jpg http://img204.imageshack.us/img204/8646/pg9copysmalldq8.jpg
10-14-2007, 03:20 PM
some of this is anime stuff for oni-con:
SPOILER for the last harry potter book...
paintover by Stahlberg:
10-14-2007, 03:23 PM
lol there are a lot of images i guess if you don't post for 7 months...this isn't even all of it ^^
poster for oni-con:
10-15-2007, 02:02 PM
Good lord, that is an amazing update Em!!! :thumbsup:
Wow, this is great! Funny, confident and striking (lol at the Potter - I had this "I'm your father" thingy in mind, too...:D )
What's wrong with firefox and cgsociety? I am using FF, too and don't have any problems in general (there are short periods of strange behaviour on part of the server, but those are actually rare and short)
What can we do to make you post here more often....:D
Nice stuff here! :thumbsup:
Are you painting 24:7? :D exemplary
10-15-2007, 04:56 PM
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