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•Coloring books•

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by •nakone•, Jul 5, 2002.

  1. •nakone•

    •nakone• 12oz Member

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    •Coloring books•

    Discussion started by •nakone• - Jul 5, 2002

    For some reason I was in KB's the other day. I saw a Spider man and Barbi coloring book.. and i was thinking, damn that would be awesome to color agian.. just like old times lol, but anyway i think by using these coloring books i've been coming up with some nice color scheme's.. and getting some ideas for simpler characters, because the shit they have drawn in coloring books are so simple, but are so nice..

    any one else use coloring books, ha!:stretch:
     
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  2. newjersey

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    newjersey - Replied Jul 5, 2002

    word nak, a coloring book would be a good way to work on color textures of characters faces etc.
     
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  3. moonstrahl

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    moonstrahl - Replied Jul 5, 2002

    Some dude named Kettie posted a characters thread here a while ago asking for just that kind of advice. What kind of books did ya get, I have seen some with some pretty complex shit in 'em, well at least to do on the fly...
     
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    jeff123456 - Replied Jul 5, 2002

    it would also help u develop a sturdy hand. U have to stay in the lines which could help u with pieces/throwies
     
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