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time put in ur drafts/sketches?

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by SilpherGirl, Apr 13, 2002.

  1. SilpherGirl

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    time put in ur drafts/sketches?

    Discussion started by SilpherGirl - Apr 13, 2002

    yes i'm curious.. how much time/how often do yall spend drafting ur outlines/sketches b4 putting it on a wall? or how much time do u put into ur 'blackbook' each day working on ur styles? it usually takes me a few tries b4 something i like turns out but i'd say about half an hour each day..
     
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    zen - Replied Apr 14, 2002

    depends on wether you think your sketches are individual pieces of art or are they a blue print for painting alone.

    im a little more of the first than the second.
    all i do is sketch in school.
     
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    fizm - Replied Apr 14, 2002

    after i get a concept down i usually quit. i'm going to try to work harder on making shit more clean and coloring it though...
     
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    ~KRYLON2~ - Replied Apr 14, 2002

    half the shit i sketch i couldn't even paint
     
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    SEone - Replied Apr 14, 2002

    It all depends on what sketch I'm doing (simple style,arrows,etc) I sometimes sketch on a napkin while I'm waiting for my chinese food...5-10 minutes
     
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    ODW - Replied Apr 15, 2002

    it all depends. i spent like an hour and a half last night just sitting and working on a character. i usually send a few hours drawing peices. i make sure that they are as perfect as can be. i think that if you have the time, such as drawing or painting in a chill spot, then you should make sure that everything is perfect rather than just being lazy about it.
     
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    Abracadabra - Replied Apr 15, 2002

    if a sketch takes me longer than 5-10 minutes, i'm losing my touch
     
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