2D Artwork: armada Prime

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  1. evilratbat

    evilratbat EVILRATBAT

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    Had some free time hope you guys like it

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    enjoy
     
  2. rebelbot

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    I love it. you did a great job on the details and all.
     
  3. optimusprimus

    optimusprimus Mastermind of Gundams

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    Sweeet.... n_n
     
  4. Gears

    Gears buh-buh-body ya Veteran

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    Cool drawing!
     
  5. evilratbat

    evilratbat EVILRATBAT

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    will get round to inking and Colouring at Some Point unless some One else wishes to before i do
     
  6. SPLIT LIP

    SPLIT LIP Dry built

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    Cool, very cool! Tell me, what is the line pattern you use? Almost every sketch/drawing I've seen has those weird lines. They make it look really nice though. (It's weird I don't no that since I sketch all the time.)
     
  7. evilratbat

    evilratbat EVILRATBAT

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    Well its general Perspective and Using the Areas alot of the Flaint Lines to Add Depth and Shade in areas . and Also on the Planet some of the Faint Lines match to the Vanishing Point and Horizon Line which are just General Rules you use on a Day to Day Basis within Art. But depends on your Style Really i Guess
     
  8. Brave Magnus

    Brave Magnus Hecho en Argentina

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    That's great. Can't wait to see it in colors.
     
  9. SPLIT LIP

    SPLIT LIP Dry built

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    I just make a straight solid line, then shade the area I'm working on much like how you described, but with different results.
     
  10. evilratbat

    evilratbat EVILRATBAT

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    depends really how you start the drawings in some cases , I may have Some Bits on file that Maybe useful for reference on my Computer if you Wish could send them over later on. Maybe some of your art would be good then i can see the way you do yours.
     
  11. Ops_was_a_truck

    Ops_was_a_truck JOOOLIE ANDREWWWWWS!!!!!!

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    Looks neat!
     

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