Geometric Guerilla

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shogun69's Sketchbook

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  • Basics Brawler
    8:36 PM, Monday April 3rd 2023

    I very much appreciate the insight, and noted on not imposing additional elements, I'll be sure not to moving forward. Thank you!

    8:44 PM, Friday March 3rd 2023

    I really appreciate all the details. I think the mass wrapping lacking complexity was something I was missing.

    I suppose I would think geometrically for the feet and muzzle for example, but forget to do the same for the muscle masses due to their more organic nature, which often lead to my arbitrary collision of each form, as I was more concerned with making sure the puzzle had all it's pieces fit, so to speak. Maybe I was fearful of making that sharp change in trajectory too, but regardless I think you hit the nail on the head in regards to what I need to work on.

    12:08 AM, Friday February 10th 2023

    Thank you very much Andpie! I really appreciate the details here. If I have any further questions regarding texture I'll be sure to circle back.

    11:01 PM, Friday January 27th 2023

    Wow I really appreciate the detailed write-up here. Basically all of the questions I was asking myself were answered through this, thank you! I'll tackle these in my warm-ups for sure.

    1:06 AM, Thursday January 12th 2023

    Thank you very much for the detailed critique! I'll keep working on those items in my warm-ups for sure.

    3:36 PM, Monday December 26th 2022

    I really appreciate the insight here, and that makes sense. I noticed I was doing so especially with boxes where the planes were different sizes, like my rectangular boxes, where estimating the vanishing point so far off the page resulted in immediately diverging lines due to me trying to make them so parallel.

    2:04 AM, Tuesday May 17th 2022

    Hi Rob!

    Thank you very much for the insight, I'll keep these in mind and continuing to practice them as I move forward!

    11:48 PM, Sunday February 2nd 2020

    Oh wow first on the new platform, that's a huge honor! Thank you very much for the feedback, I'll go through the updated lesson 2; shading is certainly something that I'd like to work on.

    Again much appreciated for all your hard work, it's been a long time since I've felt so good about creating art.

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