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Messages - suuper-san

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Starter Gallery / Re: eukocar's art
« on: March 23, 2019, 04:32:26 PM »
practicing ribbons and add them to an sketch.
This is a great idea, as you don't always think of what to do at the time of drawing a sketch, but you think "oh I could have drawn ribbons" and go back and do it to a bunch of sketches later. I'm doing a similar sort of thing with my sketches to add extra details.

and nice ribbons! great to see a bunch of different types, and looking forward to seeing them on your drawings in the future!!!
remember that you can have patterns/stripes etc, or frills/lace etc on the ribbons themselves for an extra layer of detail.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Narutogod's Drawings :)
« on: March 23, 2019, 04:27:15 PM »
nice stuff. cool sketches and monsters!

Manga Art Gallery / Re: A Runaway From Reality (aka my gallery)
« on: March 23, 2019, 04:25:12 PM »
love the chibi, so cute and surprised!!!
I love drawing curly hair but its hard to find a balance between crazy waves and barely any waves :P

break Room / Re: Xmas Raider MR
« on: March 23, 2019, 04:22:36 PM »
love the pose and face on that one too. bit of a Sherlock Holmes feel too with the outfit.
I think I'm partial to sketches that aren't in black.
I still have to submit my hero coat design (-_-)

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Kesashi's Gallery
« on: March 23, 2019, 04:20:05 PM »
wow I had no idea buildings could be copyrighted!!!

and that is some creepy room with the paintings. well done!
I try and avoid gore too, and well, anything extreme of any kind. it takes a higher level of story telling to grip the viewers and get their emotions involved but it's worth it I think.

nice zombie/stitched girl. only gripe is the eye patch looks a bit uncomfortable over the nose. Some eye patches that I have seen dont have the lower cord on one side to prevent that very issue I assume. the mixed clothing parts is a good idea too.

Love the layers on that white dress too. really adds details while keeping it simple.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Legomaestro's Art Box
« on: March 23, 2019, 04:13:45 PM »
nice use of grey background to make the glowy shine.
I really want to draw glowing shining super powers now.
nice unique characters, I like the bottom right guy.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Suuper's manga (+digital and 3D)
« on: March 22, 2019, 05:55:29 PM »
I'm working with all sorts of proportions at the moment to see what works for me. All very normal stuff though, nothing outrageously different.

(991 WIPs remaining)

Members Workshops / Re: Greebles (Visually interesting details)
« on: March 22, 2019, 05:41:09 PM »
wow that's like 10 topics down and I didn't see that lol. Funny when I posted I wondered if anyone had posted something similar already and thought "nahhhhhhhh" so I didn't check lol. pretty sure I was around at that time but must have missed it when you posted. I'm probably going to get round to it next month or so along with my 3d stuff. Learning to add details in both 3d modelling and also by hand in sketching is a nice idea because they will get used in different ways.
good to have you on board, even though you were on board already >_<

we need more steampunk. actually it'd be worth writing a steampunk story just to draw it.

great minds indeed :D

I'm not sure which topic to post in now haha
maybe merge them or delete my one or something?

Members Workshops / Greebles (Visually interesting details)
« on: March 22, 2019, 07:36:40 AM »
here is a wiki page I ran into while googling star wars stuff

Quote from: Wikipedia
A greeble or nurnie is a fine detailing added to the surface of a larger object that makes it appear more complex, and therefore more visually interesting.

And here is a greebled cube from the Wiki itself.

Quote from: Wikipedia
The detail can be made from simple geometric primitives (such as cylinders, cubes, and rectangles), or more complex shapes, such as pieces of machinery (cables, tanks, sprockets).

This appears to be useful in vehicles, buildings, cities, props and almost anything you might draw, even outfits.
So the challenge is in several parts, which ever you fancy:
-Take an old drawing and add a lot more details to spice it up and make it more interesting
-Take a simple shape (cube, cylinder) and add details to make it look cool and interesting
-Take a normal object, prop, item of clothing, and add details to make it look cool.

Details can just be features of a similar theme, ie spacey parts in a spaceship, simple shape such as extra cubes and whatnot, or even a different theme to add a subtle extra layer of detail.

Steampunk is full of this kind of thing, and could almost have it's own workshop.

You could even post an image of an item for the next person to try and draw with extra details.
That being the case, if someone fancies it here's the first image. No restrictions on how you change it as long as it resembles the original item. It could even end up as a different object if you want (ie. vehicle/spaceship etc)

break Room / Re: Xmas Raider MR
« on: March 19, 2019, 05:58:42 PM »
my requests are like 6 months late haha
looks great.
the red lines on black are really snazzy, and makes the face look softer too. also really nicely drawn face, the varying thickness and gaps really add depth without shading.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Legomaestro's Art Box
« on: March 19, 2019, 05:44:27 PM »
The pose is way better than my original one, looks like she's ready to jump into action. might copy back, if that is even possible :P
Love the flapping scarf too :D
Now I'm legally obliged to draw one of your characters now haha XD

Develop Your Story / Re: Alter Ego ( POLL )
« on: March 19, 2019, 01:15:36 PM »
As random other ideas, "Hidden Soul", "Masked", "Double Life", "Secret Life", "Half - something", "Double - something", "Double Half" (because why not) , "Twin - something"
But if there's nothing fantasy going on with actual different souls/people in the body (or actual disorders as stated previously), if it's just the person hiding their true self (ie secret identity as Robin says), then yeah try and avoid titles which may mislead.
Try a thesaurus on all the words that come to mind.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Suuper's manga (+digital and 3D)
« on: March 19, 2019, 11:41:34 AM »
thanks :)
well as I have been growing in my art I've noticed many different areas that need work, and so for me personally I think it's best to heavily attack each skill in turn. But yes that does mean that I don't always produce many finished pieces or pieces of high quality. It's almost like I think "what's the point, by the time I study XYZ next, I will be able produce a better piece, so I won't waste my time producing a masterpiece level now". But every time I roll onto studying the next skill I always think the same thing lol. Definitely have to get a couple of masterpieces done here and there for sure.
I am certainly at a different stage in my art/learning than I was a year ago, I can focus a lot better and I am aware of the many areas that I need to improve. What has been a big improvement in the last few months is my mindset and workflow, and learning to accept my current level but still see where I need to improve and not be depressed by how far off I am from my ideal skill.

I sort of feel a lot of my efforts are invested in the very long term, such as having a high output and working to a high speed, and still drawing when "I don't feel like it" or "I'm not at my best today" .So my visual art skill itself hasn't improved so much but the invisible aspects have been improving I think :)

(1082 WIPs remaining)
PS this is what I am actually doing when I say finishing WIPs. It's not impressive but it's a step before "cleaning" and totally necessary for my older drawings with bad proportions. Ideally I would have finished my sketches years ago, as I drew them, but I didn't really get how to move past the sketch phase until recently. So this entire thing is just me doing a favor for my past self.
My second chibi style is also taking shape. (3,1) and (2,3)
Click to enlarge although they're still pretty tiny.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Suuper's manga (+digital and 3D)
« on: March 15, 2019, 05:25:30 PM »
some more wips. also talking of animation I'm seriously this close > < to writing my own animation program. trying hard to not to timewise but it's seriously tempting to design something thats perfect for my needs. It's just so fun to do rather than using someone elses programs and you have a proper "I did this" feeling at the end.


so I checked and apparently I have 1164 old WIPs remaining. welp.
based on 200 finished sketches I take on average 3.4 minutes to "finish" a sketch. so thats over 65 hours of work. Given my average of just over an hour a day drawing that's 2 months work right there. might have to up my game yet again and streamline even more. gonna hibernate. see you when it's over.

Manga Art Gallery / Re: Aimy's gallery (Soul-Dust manga)
« on: March 15, 2019, 03:31:43 PM »
nicely done collab
cool clothes progression you really understand the outfit. the underwear totally doesn't fit the theme of the other clothes haha
having a minimally clothed model is great for keeping their body structure in mind when drawing them again or in different clothes.

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