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Ranger - Sketch

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An unused sketch for a book cover.  This is a pretty typical example of how I start paintings. I use a combination of lines and broad strokes of value to capture the idea as quickly as possible. Lines are great for defining details and capturing gesture, while broad strokes of value create atmosphere and lighting. A limit of 1-2 colors is plenty and manageable.  
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Enverture's avatar

Hello ! I really love your art, especially your beautiful landscapes, they make me dream.

Recently, I found a colorful version of this drawing on Pinterest. It is your work, or fan-made version ?

https://i.pinimg.com/564x/34/82/6c/34826c2206bf7f45119ff8995d8c8fb0.jpg

(Sorry for spelling mistakes, I'm french)

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this looks so promising - like it!!
CristalAlvarez's avatar
Another lovely work! I really like how you draw females, especially in armour/battel gear. They always look so cool and practical.
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Thank you!  Yes, I like to keep thing at least a little bit believable. 
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Stunning!! I love the simplicity and sketchy feel c:
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It's so helpful to me to see how other's work begins :) Thanks for sharing your sketches!
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Quick and expressive! Well done :)
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Dillek's avatar
Beautiful, I love the way you did the face! Keep up the good work, definitely I am favoring this one.
 
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I agree! The face is unique and intellectual, the whole image is really great!
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