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Two characters and an outline

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Guest Pilau Hands

that first character is beautiful

 

beautiful times two

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Guest tears*uno

i cant read the outline guy

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Guest SayOne

lookin nice specially the characters

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Im not feeling the outline but you've obviously got a wonderful talent for drawing characters, which are amazing. Really nice work.

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Guest uncle-boy

damn bodice, despite all the shit i give you, i like your sketches!!:crazy:

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Guest Wilt

bodice...you rock..i think you dislike me but i think your character portrayal is outstanding....the outline could use some fadeback though ;)

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Guest Ser3adc

damn guy...your sketches are off the hook...i wouldnt call those characters, i would call them portraits.

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the drawings are really really good.

 

the sketch is wack tho......i thought that was an "R" at the end....ha....

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Originally posted by Ser3adc

damn guy...your sketches are off the hook...i wouldnt call those characters, i would call them portraits.

 

 

ah, now I discussed this today with a crewmember. Portrait are (usually) of some-one infront of you. A drawing of a person yes? You don't "read into it", its just a graphic account of what you saw.

 

to me, *characters* are different in that you *choose* an individual character because it fits with the theme on a prodo/ its significant to you personally/ get a message across. *who* or *what* it is important.

 

 

I usually do characters of famous women. Not just pretty ones - but people I feel fit the classic film diva mold. like timeless.................like greek sculpture.................

 

 

 

bodice_ripper/living the thrilling life of a Classics Fiend

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Guest Ser3adc
Originally posted by *_lacrimae_*

 

 

ah, now I discussed this today with a crewmember. Portrait are (usually) of some-one infront of you. A drawing of a person yes? You don't "read into it", its just a graphic account of what you saw.

 

to me, *characters* are different in that you *choose* an individual character because it fits with the theme on a prodo/ its significant to you personally/ get a message across. *who* or *what* it is important.

 

 

I usually do characters of famous women. Not just pretty ones - but people I feel fit the classic film diva mold. like timeless.................like greek sculpture.................

 

 

 

bodice_ripper/living the thrilling life of a Classics Fiend

yea portraits are usually of someone in front of you...but to me a portrait is a realistic sketch of a person or face...i see characters as surreal sketches of a person or face...just my 2 centz.

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Pretty damn nice. The third character or portrait(w/e you wanna call it) I don't really like, but the first 2 are awesome(and natalie portman is a good subject for a portr--er, character). The sketch/paint is good, even tho the letters are hard to find.

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Damn, those are really good sketches of the females. Much props on those, faces are very hard to do.

 

-A

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