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Old 08 August 2008   #1
ive always had problems sketching, and usualy i get around those problems when shading or coloring right over the sketch(but it gets messy when i find out i did something wrong). lately i found out when adding vertexes to my sketches it make all the difference in the world for me. i think in geometry when i paint.
with my strenght or disability is there anything i should know, or someway of learning that works best for me . i could not find any threads about this, or anything on google.

here is some of my work:

http://chrasher.deviantart.com/art/Loquita-93767199
http://img106.imageshack.us/my.php?...weapon11ee1.jpg
http://img183.imageshack.us/my.php?image=carpf8.jpg


also check my attatchemnts, it shows how my sketches look, one with Vertexes and one without. and also how the one without vertexes ends up so different when painted.
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Last edited by Chrasher : 08 August 2008 at 07:13 PM.
 
Old 08 August 2008   #2
Actually thinking in terms of vertices / geometry is just another way of thinking in terms of cross contour - I put up a very basic tutorial on cross contour and its relationship to 3d modeling terms a while back, here:

TUTORIAL/Exercise - Cross Contour Drawing - (Nude 3D Model by Mashru)

I think that's what you're asking.

-R
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Old 08 August 2008   #3
thank you
 
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