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Old 07 July 2005   #31
*grabs his head*

Umm parietal, occipital, watchoocall that in Inglish?
Ok skull time no more spamming.. Noob I'm not insinuating anything.
But some people only post when the got something to show.

Ok, past my bedtime, next time, later, thanks Rebecca.
It's really great to do anatomy class again
Maybe I'm even convinced to use my tablet it's just that I wore off the nib and I can't get Wacom nibs anywhere here in Africa.

Mice, on the other hand, are not pressure sensitive. But they're so nice for drawing..
Ah, the dillemma..
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Old 07 July 2005   #32
Cool, new lesson

Here's my first mediocre attempt :P

Please tear apart
Done in PS with a basic hard brush, using the front reference provided.

Old 07 July 2005   #33

Woo! First customer!

Think I'll wait a little to, er, "tear apart" though...

Thanks for posting! Virtual hi-five!


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Old 07 July 2005   #34
lol rebeccak Do you want us to draw the skull in different perspectives too?, like perhaps lying on a table, face up or something? That would be quite challenging drawing it in 3D from the ortho views, and then shading yourself w/o reference, wouldnt you say?

Old 07 July 2005   #35
Yeah i like scorpions idea, and maybe the skull could be surounded by... aples? ( or maybe not :P )
Rebeka, great work on the tutorials, I hv being following it, but couldnt find time to post anything, will try this time. Congrats again
Old 07 July 2005   #36


Thanks for the post! Looking forward to seeing your work . I'm sure nibs can be ordered online?

scorpion007 and AndreKling,

Har har! Hey, there are several links to different views of the skull on the front page of this thread. I absolutely encourage you to post as many skull drawings as you wish! (Apples ok, as long as they're secondary )

Also, feel free to draw from your own skull reference ~ if you have skeletons in your closet ~ ha! ~ then feel free to draw those ~otherwise, just Google "skull" and a myriad number of skull pictures will magically appear for your use as Reference.

Just remember to please post your Reference along with your drawings so I have a basis upon which to evaluate your drawings.

Thanks for the posts!


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Old 07 July 2005   #37
I'd like to do this one with a pencil but I don't have a scanner :'(
Old 07 July 2005   #38
well. i've read and enjoyed the ones so far but i'm yet to actually partipate, so heres is a pencil sketch of the lateral reference provided.
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Old 07 July 2005   #39
Here's m first one but I'm sure I'll do more..
Unfortunately I was in an office while sketching, and I had to use a 0.7 propelling pencil, which is not the best tool to shade I think =P
Anyway, here you are, I use the first linked image as a reference:

I tried to focus on where to shade, I know proportion are quite bad...let me know anyway ^^

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Old 07 July 2005   #40

I know I had to make a skull. It's just for laughing.

Click on the smilie.

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Old 07 July 2005   #42
Thanks for making those great tutorials. Here's my contribution:
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Old 07 July 2005   #43


Awesome! Thank you for posting this! I'm happy to hear you've liked the lessons so far. If you have any topic ideas for future lessons, please let me know .


Not bad at all! I think it's funny I've got people working on skulls in offices across the world ~ that is actually a great thing! I hope to see more of your posts!

Martin NH,

Great, thank you for posting! It's cool to see many diffrent peoples' work. I like your linework, it's very consistent!

Good work, guys! Keep it up!


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Old 07 July 2005   #44

This one is very bad. I'll try and make a better one tomorrow (by Estonian time)
Old 07 July 2005   #45


Thanks for your posts!

>by Estonian time

Just too cool...



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