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#1 Guest_Dave D'Nasty_*

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 05:23 PM

http://thief-korin.deviantart.com/art/M ... e-17232987
My favorite. Think, Paper Mario.

http://thief-korin.deviantart.com/art/A ... k-17233104
Dunno if this one will get me in trouble...

http://thief-korin.deviantart.com/art/V ... e-17233212
When I experimented with Anime... (Makes me sound like a druggy?)

http://thief-korin.deviantart.com/art/P ... c-17374105
Comic never came forth, tall dude looks high...

http://thief-korin.deviantart.com/art/M ... d-20298438
Fun with scratch paper!

http://thief-korin.deviantart.com/art/W ... s-21908552
The hammer in this is epic. Just, Epic.

http://thief-korin.deviantart.com/art/A ... t-21908669
My cousin loved this one.

http://thief-korin.deviantart.com/art/M ... t-25740263
Not really mine, but I found this South Park Character Creator and played with it.


Please keep in mind these are over 3 years old, and I have not been able to update my deviantart page. BUT, I have a job now, and will be lookin' into gettin' a spiffy new computer so I can show you guys my awesome game idea and maybe discuss it with Mr. DanP.

I HAVE FURY!

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 05:45 PM

You seem to have what it takes to become an artist but you lack experience and training so before you start doing anything big I suggest you go ahead and google anatomy tutorials and proportion tutorial. Remember to practice a lot.

*Onto the actual drawings*
Some of them are pretty cool but well they are still too simple and really crowded. Let me do something new, I will Critic a few of them.

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Korin the Paper character

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Cartoon Self Portrait

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I am not trying to be mean, I just want you to improve.

Hope you take criticism the way it's suppose to be taken and that you fix some of this problems.

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 06:44 PM

Haha, believe me, I have improved a lot since then, I appreciate the critic-ing.

Also, I had to MSPaint them to get the notebook paper lines n' whatnot out. I just can't see myself shelling out $600 for a single program (Macromedia Flash, Photoshop, etc).

But if you know some free painting programs, I'd love to know!

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 06:46 PM

If you have a tablet, GIMP 2 is a fair place to start. It's at v2.6 now. You can do more things in GIMP than MSPaint would allow, as long as you know how to do them. Ask around if you need help with it.

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 06:48 PM

Haha, believe me, I have improved a lot since then, I appreciate the critic-ing.

Also, I had to MSPaint them to get the notebook paper lines n' whatnot out. I just can't see myself shelling out $600 for a single program (Macromedia Flash, Photoshop, etc).

But if you know some free painting programs, I'd love to know!


Well I must see to believe.

Here's a little list of good programs.

Raster Based Art Software
Adobe Photoshop- $699, Free 30 Day Trial
Photoshop may be all you ever need. You can paint, edit images, draw sprites and much more.

Gimp - FREE
This is a good alternative to Photoshop if you want to go the free route.

Corel Painter - $399
If you are hardcore into painting, Painter will give you some features Photoshop lacks.

Art Rage - $25 A good alternative for making fine art pieces.

Paint - FREE Another free alternative.

Vector Based Art Software
Adobe Illustrator - $599, Free 30 Day Trial
Illustrator is preferred if you are drawing in vector format. You can import vector art originally generated in Flash, which is handy if you want to put something on a t-shirt.

Sumo Paint - FREE
A browser based drawing program.

3D Art Software
Blender - FREE
Used in The Secret of Kells.

Maya - $3495, Free Trial
Used in Ice Age and James Cameron's Avatar.

3D Studio Max - $3495, Free Trial
Used in I-Robot and X-Men.

Softimage - $2995, Free Trial
Used in Street Fighter IV.

Modo - $995
Used in District 9.

ZBrush - $595, Free 30 Day Trial
For modeling only, no animation. Good for intuitively painting on textures and color.

Mudbox - $745, Free Trial
For modeling only, no animation. Good for intuitively painting on textures and color.

Swift3D - $249
Allows you to create and/or animate 3D objects and export for Flash. We recommend creating your initial models with alternative software.

Other Art Software
GraphicsGale - FREE Pixel Art software.

Apophysis - FREE
A 3-D fractal program that can also be used for animating dynamic fractals.

Drawing Tablets
We recommend Wacom tablets, particularly the Bamboo Fun for $199 if you are on a budget or the Cintiq if you are totally pro.






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