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Re: The Colored Line Art thread (Doodles also Allowed!)

Reply #430 on: December 21, 2010, 08:41:39 pm
Thanks a lot for the ref. :)

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Re: The Colored Line Art thread (Doodles also Allowed!)

Reply #431 on: February 26, 2011, 11:03:08 pm
Doodles huh?



I remember making this one a few months back; it's kinda old. I've been thinking of refining it into a decently sized sprite, which shouldn't be too hard, but mostly it's just lighting practice. Also don't ask about the foot because I probably won't fix it.

...On that note:



Also old. This file is brand new, though, because this doodle itself is cut from one among many of my sketchdumps. At least I think they're called sketchdumps. Is there another word for that?

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Re: The Colored Line Art thread (Doodles also Allowed!)

Reply #432 on: March 03, 2011, 02:52:33 am
I got to visit the niece and nephew this weekend, and we got the chance to break out the crayons and some Ed Emberley drawing books.  It was silly fun.  I redid a couple of the pieces in pixels, although vectors would probably have been a better choice.

Dragon:


Pet skeleton:


So, um, a couple of doodles.

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Re: The Colored Line Art thread (Doodles also Allowed!)

Reply #433 on: March 30, 2011, 08:06:08 am
I accidentally* my last doodle.



I also accidentally** the arm muscles and maybe I*** the rendering process which I will probably never**** again.


*erased
**screwed up
***also screwed up
****use

Silly references.

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Re: The Colored Line Art thread (Doodles also Allowed!)

Reply #434 on: March 30, 2011, 02:10:24 pm
I accidentally* my last doodle.



I also accidentally** the arm muscles and maybe I*** the rendering process which I will probably never**** again.


*erased
**screwed up
***also screwed up
****use

Silly references.


Is that a ... diglett? Quite a neat way to think of it. Would your version of a dugtrio just be a three-headed version of it or ... three of them.

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Re: The Colored Line Art thread (Doodles also Allowed!)

Reply #435 on: March 30, 2011, 02:24:17 pm
Ooh. A Diglett? Didn't think of it that way, but now that I see it, I can't unsee it. Silly references. *cymbal clash for the umpteenth time*

As for the digtrio, not sure on that one. Tell you what, I might just make it if I can find a way to get that to work. Other pokémon too, if I'm not lazy. I just don't want to get too carried away with it. :P

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Re: The Colored Line Art thread (Doodles also Allowed!)

Reply #436 on: April 17, 2011, 11:55:11 am

Tiny Cortex Command, seeing how small I could get the coalition soldier designs before I lost too much clarity.
The guns were fun too.

Arne's 16colour.

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Re: The Colored Line Art thread (Doodles also Allowed!)

Reply #437 on: April 28, 2011, 02:54:27 pm
INCOMING DUMP



Regardless of whether or not this is just coincidence between me and Geti considering I started this a week ago, various tiny Cortex Command inspired... things. Dropships in three sizes and even tiny factions of space-people to go with them (not including upper-leftmost). Not actual size, calm down.



Generic supervillain-ess. Made last night? I tend to draw with my head tilted when I'm on the verge of falling asleep on my keyboard.

Link

Trying to paint with a program that (other than for spriting) does not serve its purpose very well. I think you know what. Mostly perspective problems, even if it is some sort of panorama. Looks decent if you squint, though. Maybe I'll redo this one in something else besides MS paint. Also, thanks to someone at Kuler for the palette!



Fortunately I have the GIMP! It's not the best, though. Less brush settings. But you have the basic stuff. Lighting here looks a bit flat.


...Well?
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Re: The Colored Line Art thread (Doodles also Allowed!)

Reply #438 on: June 07, 2011, 06:28:28 pm
"PAPAYA BUSTER", a club flyer, busier than a busy something-something. Recycled some old unused stuff in there.

This poster makes me so happy looking at it!

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Re: The Colored Line Art thread (Doodles also Allowed!)

Reply #439 on: July 22, 2011, 03:13:45 am
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Fortunately I have the GIMP! It's not the best, though. Less brush settings. But you have the basic stuff. Lighting here looks a bit flat.


...Well?
I have no idea what this is. A disembodied bird head?

Also, GIMP isn't very good at painting from scratch, as you noticed.
I suggest MyPaint. I use it almost exclusively myself (MyPaint for actual drawing, GIMP for editing/production touches.).


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