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Messages - legomaestro

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: Suuper's manga (+digital and 3D)
« on: April 17, 2019, 07:42:24 PM »
Shoes are a terrible thing. They're trickier than one would think.

Good stuff. Cool hairstyle there on the dude.

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: Slam's Art
« on: April 17, 2019, 07:41:34 PM »
Her music videos are the weirdest.

Nice work there slam

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Comics and other Gallery / Re: Miscellaneous Arts and Sketchbook
« on: April 17, 2019, 07:40:38 PM »
Gotta level everything up haha.


Found a discarded dog magazine and decided to draw every dog in it. Got done in 2 days. I'm looking forward to being done with these regimens and going into the heavy reference stage. Lots of mags I have lying around I'll be able to get through.

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You're right on drawing many on a page thing: I got a lot more done and it somehow felt a tick less exhausting.
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@KeaneFox could be something to look into yeah

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: Walter's Gallery
« on: April 16, 2019, 02:34:21 PM »
Like the mage one. Seems like someone you'd see in Jojo.

Good to see you around again Walter.

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: Suuper's manga (+digital and 3D)
« on: April 16, 2019, 02:32:56 PM »
You cracked the 500 mark! Awesome! And glad to hear the about the 'feeling of learning something' imminent in your bones. Gawd that gif is exactly the sort of stuff I like to see. Props.  I heard from the Youtuber Almed Aldoori that he starts with the feet for the sake of gesture and then works his way up to the head. He says the head is not that good of a landmark to inspire flowy looking things. Also, references make the world go round.

Really inspiring to see your stuff. Hang in there. The mental drains can be tough.

The Megumin thing was me being a spaz.

Also hope the house stuff is working out well.

I'm thinking before June we'll be done with quite a bit of our regimens at this stage and starting on even more nasty stuff and I'm excited for that really.

Keep at it! Love the cyborg girl because cyberpunk.

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Comics and other Gallery / Re: Miscellaneous Arts and Sketchbook
« on: April 15, 2019, 12:42:09 PM »


















Mind is melting a bit at this. Doing the stuff simultaenously is a drag. Will deal with it though.

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: Legomaestro's Art Box
« on: April 09, 2019, 06:32:29 AM »
Hahaha too spot on



In other news my traitorous ways continue

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: Suuper's manga (+digital and 3D)
« on: April 07, 2019, 06:18:35 PM »
The sketchie inside of me says yesssss leave them coloured but I suppose it's more practical for you to have line-art first. Besides, in commissions it's always Head - Black and White - Coloured  in terms of seeling and price range. There's rarely that in between thing (WHICH LOOKS GREAT HERE BTW TEACH ME. How long did it take?)

Seeing those numbers reduce like this is great dude. You're really going to hit the finish line soon. I'm doing some organizing myself on the writing side of things. I'm not polishing work or anything but I'm finally putting files where they belong. It's doing wonders for my mental space.

Headphone gal fom previous point I like a bit. Favourite is this girl to the right though. She has a lot of 'meat' to her and the pose is just so. I do love the coloured one but the pose and expression on gal is all win for me. I want to kidnap.

Keep at it suuper!


(hmmmm maybe I should check out the Megumin website)

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Manga Creations / Re: Life At Sea: Fortune's Chance
« on: April 07, 2019, 06:01:05 PM »
1. Man Pirates of the Caribbean has epic music
2. Their course of action continued to be 'follow the plot’ and ‘not get killed’.
- A reasonable course of action for anyone caught up in shenanigans involving raiders.
3.Lego rolled his eyes. “Or because they're big fat liars looking for free drinks. It's what I would do.”
- You know me too well.

4. O'Connell took a deep breath. “If we're really lucky, they'll think we're merchants and just ignore us. More likely, they'll assume we're pirates who are up to something, and try to sink us before we can.”
- Dun dun duuun.
- Also I'm feeling a little itch for sea-faring tales now. Haven't read or watched stuff in the genre in a minute. Sort of miss them.

5. Because of this it sat low to the sea, but that also meant all guns were aimed directly at the Bounty's side as the two ships pulled up along sides.
- Dun dun duuuun.

6. Hasith turned back to Mahlua and Willis. “I think we've come to an understanding.”
- I'm not convinced, Hasith.

7. The administrator looked confident, but the expression faded away when the Spanish captain replied in English. “Unknown vessels, stand by to be boarded!”
- SEE

8. Hasith peered over towards the water line. “Well then I suggest we lose some excess weight.”
- Risky move, this. I like it!

9. The Bounty’s volley had been aimed true, and resulted in a huge shelf of coral reef collapsing in on itself.
- Nice shot!

10. Still, there was a problem.
- Oh oh

11. No matter where they ran, Captain Dimas De Gamino would find them.
- Captain Who know? I feel like it's a name we should know, but it could be a new character all the same. Hmm... I'm suspicious as heck. Google didn't help me much.


Props on hitting your cycles as always. Not much to critique on the chapter itself. It was a fun ride. Will wait for more events to give broader feedback, but 'twas a great chapter.

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Members Workshops / Re: The Day Of 1,000 Styles
« on: April 07, 2019, 05:45:39 PM »
Dude that bar-speak is inspired stuff Coryn hahaha! And dammit I got captured. Help me out Fro!


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Comics and other Gallery / Re: Miscellaneous Arts and Sketchbook
« on: April 04, 2019, 01:45:03 PM »
I'll try that in a minute. I know what you mean. Guess it's time to try it out practically.

For now I did a 'study' of sorts using earlier thumbnails to see which method works for me. Verdict: Thicker brushes are better. Guidelines are life savers.



But now I'm surprisingly almost ready to use GIMP or something for other works and just have paint when I want to cool off. Just like I used lined notebooks to give myself less stress and pressure. Hell, might even pick up pencils. But I'll see. No promises.



And yeah haha getting invested in your work can be a problem for real. Gotta shake that habit if you want to produce more. Or at least be a little loose if you can.

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Comics and other Gallery / Re: Miscellaneous Arts and Sketchbook
« on: April 02, 2019, 06:39:38 PM »




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Comics and other Gallery / Re: Miscellaneous Arts and Sketchbook
« on: April 01, 2019, 05:19:19 PM »
I've reached an uncomfortable level of 'Sacred Syndrome' - The thing where I find paper or method too precious to actually get anything done, so I drew my next stuff on cheap lined paper and it really helped me feel less invested in stuff. It's insane how such little hangups can hinder my motivation. Technically it's the thing that's supposed to give me the edge when using mspaint but even there I feel too invested to get anything done.

The great holy grail of an artist is truly winning this small but important first hurdle every second of every day. This is why I never underestimate the ability to doodle. If you're able to scribble smileys even while in the middle of a conversation then you can really shut off and stop being critical about yourself and that's a healthy habit to have because you've got to believe if you ever get pro and a  deadline is coming you're going to need every single inch of mental energy to get stuff done and fighting that initial hurdle gets tougher the less you're used to getting over it.

Hope that makes sense.





Re: 708 - I was thinking of Furi when making this thumbnail. I love such self-contained super focused storylines like that. Basic premise of a badass swordsman fighting yet another badass opponent. So fun. I'd play it a gain.

Re: 709 - Was thinking about Lion King and Samurai Jack at the same time. Those circles at the bottom are bug beetles. I can't believe I get to say Samurai Jack successfully concluded. It's quite the optimistic outcome seeing as how many cartoons are axed forever without coming back. I'm going to get a DVD of all the episodes one day.

Re: 716 - Ultimate dart master about to do something funky. Also he has jelly bones

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: Suuper's manga (+digital and 3D)
« on: March 31, 2019, 06:31:26 PM »
Bahaha you're lucky I managed to post recently because the curse can work both ways. I was feeling mighty mighty mighty lazy but won over that.

30 WIPs. Noice!

And congrats on the 100 Deviations thing on DA. It's going to pay off methinks (or I hope). At the very least it's a nice thing to hit a goal you make for yourself.

And hah. I may be already bulk-inclined I suppose. I just want to be working on stuff that is 'completed'. My regimens are regimens for their sake and your WIPs can be made as complete deviations down the line.

By the by your faces have improved quite a bit.

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Comics and other Gallery / Re: Miscellaneous Arts and Sketchbook
« on: March 31, 2019, 06:28:35 PM »
Drawing characters dancing is another holy grail for being able to draw characters in motion. Looks like it'd be a hell of a thing to try to draw.

Anyhoo. Got some more churned out. Egad 300 remaining for both. I'm much better off than when I started but egad it's still 300 to go. This'll be fun.

Happy with some but wasn't feeling too inspired. But I've had a good success: I've finally managed to go through all photos I've made in the past 3 years and organized all my stuff into their appropriate folders. No dates or anything properly alphabetical, mind you, but I've greatly decluttered my digital workspace and it is an amazing feeling. I actually celebrated after I was done and it felt like I defragmented my mind a little. Good stuff.



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