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Bode characters always add that finishing touch...

Well, the tried and true method is learning straight letters really well. Based on the first few pages you posted I’d say you’re obviously putting in the effort on that end, but I would encourage you

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^^

 

that's not half bad !

 

sure it's totally unoriginal and cliched,

but atleast the form is there.

 

You may now progress into your own unique style.

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yeah sorry about the colors, all i had was some cheapass prang watercolor markers and the other colors were shit

 

ive been writing for about 6, 7 months. im only 14 so i have many years to practice as well :crazy:

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Originally posted by swif1

oh yeah...you can use rulers or whatever to make straighter lines

yes you can use rulers if you want straight lines, but i wouldnt recommend it when youre first starting out. when i first started i thought it was almost illegal in a sense to use rulers or other mediums to put in my pieces..i was definitley wrong. the only reson i say to chill on the ruler thing for now is because u wanna be able to build yourself up until your able to draw a perfectly straight line freehand..just keep practicing and soon youll be able to draw str8 lines freehand...i mean you u can the ruler if u want say a perfect square box or something with correct measurements, etc...just keep practicing
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very true!

 

I'm always inpressed by people who can draw straight lines,

perfect circles and natural curves without help from plastic.

Which doesn't mean you shouldn't, but it's a good skill to learn.

 

also... (a hint for the toys)

 

Try using a ruler for your 3D.

Pick a perspective point (unless you want straight 3D)

and just measure the distances evenly. It give the piece

a more uniform look. Nothing says TOY like fucking up simple perspectives.

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Originally posted by tears*uno

^ ...i dont know what that means but... ok

 

here is an attempt i did at a wildstyle type design...suggestions are appreciated

http://freephoto-i.net/users/akademiks455/sone%20wildstyle%20thing.jpg'>

 

The style on that kinda looks like what I did with this love piece.

 

PS. Does that say sone?

 

http://www.36pix.com/00/80/57/preview/ed3718cbaah7X91hPMYKkNrb4k6LxgxiIDG.jpg'>

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Originally posted by --zeSto--

^

 

Pick a perspective point (unless you want straight 3D)

and just measure the distances evenly. It give the piece

a more uniform look.

 

word up to that...i should have used it on my last sketch :o

 

i can make straight lines hella easy, i guess it's because i've been drawing since 2nd grade haha

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