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I have decided to dedicate a thread to what 90% of ma artwork consists of: doodles. If you knew how many doodles I produced a day compared to how many finished pieces of work I do, you'd be amazed. These are simply what I consider good, but too rough and unfinished looking to be put up for fan art. I'll start off with two I did in school today, one of a catboy, and one of Kenshin. The writing on the Kenshin one is comments my friend and I were writing on it. I think I wrote "Ken-san! I haven't drawn him in FOREVER," and she wrote something about him having a far off look. Just so you know.

And please, someone reply to this so I can keep this thread going for a while. I hate making new threads all the time.
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[size=1]Awesome, Doodles can be so fun, but mine are really really doodily >.<

I really like the Kenshin one, he does seem to have that far off look in his eye, probably daydreaming about something he shouln't ;) The only thing I find odd is his sword scabbard, it's really fat in the back part.

The cat man looks really neat too, the pose is really cool and you did a good job on his arms. Although his face is a bit hard to see under his hair, they seem like awesome everyday doodles to me ^^ [/size]
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That's really good! You're work reminds me of a friend of mine's work. (which is very sketchy--in a good way) :) It does have an unfinished look to it, being a doodle. But has very nice features to it. I like Kenshin alot! He looks quite nice there in you're "doodle". You're awesome. :D That look in his eye, ohh-good stuff right there. xD
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Wow - the anatomy of these doodles is excellent! I particularly like the cat guy's hands in that respect ^_^. Very neat for doodles, I must say - they're very robust-looking forms, very solid. I love the poses too. Double thumbs up on both, and I hope you post more of your excellent drawings soon!
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I wish my doodles looked this good, most of my finished work doesn't... >_<

I really love the catboy, he looks kinda mad though, I can imagine someone off the page looking very worried (I know I wouldn't mess with him)

I like your other drawing too, (You can do profiles! ^_^) he does look really spaced out though,

Please post more! ^_^
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Here's a few more doodles. These are a little older. One is just a bunch of hands I did for practice, because I still have trouble with them sometimes. All the writing is just comments my friend and I made on them. The second is a picture of Inuyasha, sort of chibi, and sort of scary... I don't like these as much as my other two. Comments please?
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I've never seen Inuyasha but I love the softness of that image. I agree it's not so good as the first two in that the left shoulder seems perhaps a little too raised, but meh, that is being anatomically picky, and you can rarely do that with chibi-esque drawings. I'd say the little guy's cuter than he is scary ^_^, though he does look at if he's cracking his knuckles ready for a scrap.

As for the second image - well, they always say you can judge a good artist by their hands. I'd say those are all great experiments, save for the bottom right one of a hand holding a pencil - the finger looks like it needs more "creases" so that it doesn't look too rubbery as it wraps about the pencil. I like them, though. They're certainly far better than I could do, and now I see how you manage to do hands so well. ^_^ Please post more soon!
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Yay! Some completely new doodles! These were done entirely with Prismacolor pencils, no sketching out with pencil. They aren't meant to be very detailed and didn't take very long. One is a chibi Kenshin, the other is the "Spirit of Falling Cherry Blossoms." Yes, I made it up. >.>
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Crazy! If that is what you call doodling, my drawing is probably like chicken scracth or lines or even unreadable insane shapes. You did a great job but I think those "doodles" should be promoted to masterpieces because trust me theyre much better than mine. :D
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[color=firebrick] *smiles* I really love the softness of your drawings. Your proportions are great and they're just good stuff overall. ;)

Well, I see you were experimenting with hand anatomy, which is pretty hard to get used to and draw quickly. Crazily enough [this doesn't go for realistic-looking hands], the way I learned to draw decent hands was to draw with quick strokes. Sounds insane, but I got used to it in time. Hope to see more of your art! ^_^[/color]
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Two new doodles! I'd like to remind you my definition of doodles is unfinished, messy drawings that have little to no planning before I draw them. These were done to practice with pen. The guy is a character I wrote into a story I never finished, and he just appeared on my page from wherever dead fanfics go o.o The other is just a random messy (and armless) girl.
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