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Pencil Sketches

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Some non digital character sketches from my sketchbook
Image details
Image size
789x936px 849.61 KB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon PowerShot SD790 IS
Shutter Speed
1/30 second
Aperture
F/2.8
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
160
Date Taken
Jul 23, 2009, 6:13:34 PM
Sensor Size
1mm
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Lovely-Bacar's avatar
Great! incredible art
KoalaRaptor's avatar
I love these. They bring back good, nostalgic feelings from my childhood. Can anyone recommend more artists who sketch like this (shading and line-work styles in particular)
Very cool. And impressive shading.
Alehcar's avatar
so good, incredible style!
SergioNoah's avatar
fantastics greys :)
orbisaur1's avatar
whoa nice stuff!
Emerson-Fialho's avatar
Fantastic work, Patrick! :D
MatthiasKinnigkeit's avatar
very nice and very inspirering!
GuardBreaker's avatar
how do you do shading like that i don't understand it... any tips?
FinalProtocol's avatar
outrageously good! Dunno why, but pencils and raw ideas inspire me the most, this is amazing
ogrebear's avatar
More of the cool Big Guy in the centre please!
TheGurch's avatar
These are great , so much form iyour pencils, did you ever use any of these in paintings or are they purely fun warm ups.
Marcorocco's avatar
My new inspiration!!
JTampa's avatar
Seriously . . . have you ever thought about putting out a book? Amazing work!
o--kAne101--o's avatar
Wow really cool. This is exactly the sort of thing I want to practice.
Sproglebee's avatar
nice shadow shapes my friend
leChris's avatar
especially like the one in the top right corner
C-CLANCY's avatar
these are fantastic, kind of joe mad esque! which is great!
spookygoss's avatar
I'm inspired! Thank you so much for sharing.
Souruuriin's avatar
they're soo cool OuO
skech287's avatar
love your style
Jabberwoc's avatar
Can I have her number, please?

Nice work....
fdiskart's avatar
Good job with the line weight on the middle guy. It's always amusing to me how much making the lines further away from the light thicker has an impact on the overall image.
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