My Random Drawing of a Thief

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ibeevil
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My Random Drawing of a Thief

Post by ibeevil » May 18th, 2012, 3:05 pm

http://tinyurl.com/thiefdraw is the link to it. It's too big to add as an attachment D:
NO HATE. >:U
I drew this last year, therefore I was ten, and not as good at drawing as I am now.
Read the description if you want to read why I drew this, and my original plans.
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Re: My Random Drawing of a Thief

Post by Qedhup » May 21st, 2012, 8:32 am

Hey hey, wasn't long ago I drew a thief as well. It was for a Dungeons and Dragons campaign I was playing in. Still tinkering around with the colouring though. And I keep forgetting to add a bloody bow string.

I think my biggest fault I need to learn to fix is that I have too many bloody layers in my .psd files. After talking with some other artists that is apparently a hurdle many of the pros have gotten over. Makes their workflow a bit faster.\\

Kudos on your drawing. Just keep practicing more and more. That's like 95% of art. Honest.

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Re: My Random Drawing of a Thief

Post by Legendpla » May 21st, 2012, 9:23 am

Nice drawings both of you!
TBH I suck at art so much it isn't even funny...
Wish I could draw like yous, good job!
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Re: My Random Drawing of a Thief

Post by helion65 » May 26th, 2012, 2:51 am

"Where the spirit does not work with the hand there is no art."-Leonardo da Vinci

For it to be truly art, you have to put your mind to it and have it as your goal. Something I have never been able to do with art or practically anything else. :lol: You two have obvious talent. :D
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