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    A selection of noses and beards.
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    A study on how changing the sizes and position of the features change the look of a character.
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    Men and women hair styles. Must keep chugging away aiming for a sketch book page a day (child willing) and hopefully I'll develop a nice cartooning style. I intend to do true proportional stuff as well at some point, as that will help to improve my cartoon people.
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    Working through How to draw Cartoons by Adam Clay and Cartooning byy Franklin Bishop. This is a page which contains reference drawings from the book - expressions and drawing special effects - so only posting a cut and past version so I don't infringe on copywrite too much as they are drawn straight from the book. The rest of my sketch book is using the chapters in the book as a base for my own learning.
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    Argh hands and hands and hands

    Ok hands even cartoon hands are annoying things to draw so I did a page found in tedious so I made myself do another page. I trawled through comic stripes and how to draw books ect to try and get many hand positions.
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    hi chibi how do u get your sketchbook stuff to post do u have to print it first or what??? would like to know regards E+

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    Hi there at the moment my sketch book pages are done on paper then I scan them in to put them up to post. If they are coloured I do that with art rage, which I then export as a jpeg then post on here.

    Sadly my kiddo is going through a sparked out midday phase so my evening drawing is in a little bit of limbo at the moment as Kiddy is awake (.

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    thanks Chibi for info when u say scan does that mean through the printer??? hold on is that the little one I can hear crying u better go ok


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    No not a printer, I have a image scanner at home so I am able to put my images onto the computer. The link below will take you to an article that will explain scanners in more detail.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image_scanner

    What I do is draw on paper then scan it in. I import the image to artrage if I am wanting to add colour. To add colour I turn the layer that has the scaned image to a multiply blend layer which allows me to make a new layer underneath that I can paint on. (can't explain how layers work I just pick up tecniques from reading Imagine FX and listening to pod casts and watching on line tutorials ect)

    As I go on in my sketch book I will eventually get to developing characters so more artrage painting will take place. This sketch book is kind Of a self study book for myself.

    Oh gosh don't get me started on the toddler he's had more ups and downs today than a yo yo, my poor brain go pop.
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    Chibi great work.

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