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Old 07-16-2005, 11:15 PM   #31
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*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.
*grin*

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 07-17-2005, 12:02 AM   #32
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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.
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Old 07-17-2005, 12:04 AM   #33
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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 07-17-2005, 12:12 AM   #34
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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?
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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
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Spin99,

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 07-17-2005, 09:21 AM   #37
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I'd like to do this one with a pencil but I don't have a scanner :'(
 
Old 07-17-2005, 10:41 AM   #38
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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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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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I know I had to make a skull. It's just for laughing.

Click on the smilie.

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Old 07-17-2005, 01:18 PM   #41
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very...funny...commodore



Must...not...laugh...must...stay...strong...



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Old 07-17-2005, 02:37 PM   #42
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Thanks for making those great tutorials. Here's my contribution:
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Old 07-17-2005, 02:47 PM   #43
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conundrum,

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 .

Rosewarne,

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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This one is very bad. I'll try and make a better one tomorrow (by Estonian time)
 
Old 07-17-2005, 07:21 PM   #45
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commodore,

Thanks for your posts!

>by Estonian time

Just too cool...

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