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Took me about 15 minutes to draw. Comments please.
 
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Not too shabby. Especially for drawing on notebook paper.
 
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It's not bad....

but the paper its on doesn't really matter....that's trivial.

It's not bad for around 15 minutes.
Obviously, it could be better, though.
 
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Nice Tony, and yes, paper grade makes a difference. That's why Picasso's are on canvas and not napkins :p
 
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I've been an artist for quite sometime now... the paper doesn't really bother me all that much... The drawing is really pretty good... I try to tell people this... and it might not be unknown information... but shading really does help... I sketched a picture of war (A creature that I figure war to look like) and the art teacher wanted me to abort that drawing because it looked like crap sketched... but he found out after I shaded it with some charcol that it really wasn't that bad... keep up the good work... :yes:
 
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Its nice but ohh does shading make a difference, the shading on a piece of work can make it come to life, well not just shading but also highlighting aswell thats why i almost always draw in tonal, or line then add shading.
Its nice but could use a touch up :D

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Originally posted by Cucumba!
Nice Tony, and yes, paper grade makes a difference. That's why Picasso's are on canvas and not napkins :p
since when has a canvas been considered paper?

Personally, I fine that the type of paper doesn't affect the way I draw....my style comes out the same way, regardless of the paper type.

In other words, I could draw just as well on a piece of contruction paper as I could on a piece of sketching paper.
 
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Originally posted by Chimpbot


since when has a canvas been considered paper?

Personally, I fine that the type of paper doesn't affect the way I draw....my style comes out the same way, regardless of the paper type.

In other words, I could draw just as well on a piece of contruction paper as I could on a piece of sketching paper.
Paper quality affects my shading and lines . . . texture adds something to pencil art.

An the canvas thing is an analogy you ass :p No need to be nit-picky.
 
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dont diss the napkin!!!!



anyway not to bad seeing how every part of his body is disproporshanent (i can never get that word right >_< )
 
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Did you mean disproportionate? It's kinda hard to see that, but yeah.
 
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Originally posted by Cucumba!


Paper quality affects my shading and lines . . . texture adds something to pencil art.

An the canvas thing is an analogy you ass :p No need to be nit-picky.
I haven't found that it really affects my linework all that much.
Maybe its just me, but my drawing is relativley the same, regardless of the paper type.
 
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well it can matter... i mean the lines do tend to get in the way and make the final picture look bad
 
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Yes, I KNOW it can..

I HAVE used other types of paper before, ya know!
I'm just saying that, overall, it doesn't affect me all that much.
 
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actoualy i was talking about ur pic... i was just talking about lined drawings in general
 

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