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Thread: Gloop Sketching

  1. #1
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    Gloop Sketching

    I find I waste too much time trying to sketch something acurately in pencil,I very often use the gloop pen to get shapes in the picture how I want them,just scribbling away without worrying about detailing( which is very time consuming)once finished to my rough idea,I can then blur out unwanted lines,darken down and its all set for detail work paintover,I had just started to blur it and wondered if anyone might be interested in having a look at this one before it goes any further.....Jack.
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    Some of my artwork can be seen at the above link.......Jack.

  2. #2
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    very good! I really like your style!

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    jacktar51,
    I would have never thought of using the gloop pen for
    beginning shapes ... it's always good news to learn of
    new applications and will be looking forward to seeing
    the completed piece.
    Mairzie Dotes

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    That's very interesting. Would like to see the next step. Thank you.
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    An interesting way of doing things I hope you share the next stages with us all.
    Geoff

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    Very controlled use of the gloop, Jack! Nice one.
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    Excellent! A new technique for me. Thanks Jack. And nice work too.

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    A very nice effect I like it a lot
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    This is really terrific and seems a shame to paint over it! I love the Gloop Pen. It's so useful for washes.

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