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    Default Joe's Artsy Thread v2

    Hey all!! So I know I haven't updated with my artwork in literally forever, so I've decided to take some time and organize my art on here :3 Anyhow about my artwork:

    • I do a LOT of gifts
    • I draw Pokemon & Digimon almost all the time x3
    • I like critiques as they help me get better
    • I am an art student :)
    • I draw Anime from time to time, but I do draw Super Mario a lot, too


    I hope you all enjoy it~ :D

    Aliba Feraligatr Model (psst...I got him nekkid too for those that want to use it xD; Message me~)






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    Love this picture <3

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    This I ended up using for class, oh well though xD

    Classroom Works
    Typography (Y for YinYang and Z for Zen Garden)


    Graphic Design I:
    Roy Koopa


    CD Project






    Still Life


    Computer Illustration (Greed in Arabic)


    Digital Imaging (Aliba in a Moonlit Frost Valley)


    Thanks all for viewing. If you want to see more of my works, please check out my deviantART! thejosephanthony.deviantart.com is my link :)

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    Default Re: Joe's Artsy Thread v2

    Not bad, I really like the variety in your work. :)

    I'm especially loving the meowstic with a top hat, it's cute. <3

    Though it looks like you press down pretty hard with your pencil? It's notable with the Lucario piece the most. Personally I do the same thing but I find that paper can easily rip and tear when I press down too hard, and it's a shame to have hard work ruined. I would definitely work on lighter pencil strokes when laying down your ground work, and perhaps getting a kneaded eraser if you don't have one already. They're one of my favorite tools because you can lighten up a drawing with them.

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    Default Re: Joe's Artsy Thread v2

    Ah thank you!

    Yea I tend to press down pretty hard with the pencil in order to keep my stability with the sketch. I figured that it's not going to be traditional for now, so I am fine with that~ However, once I decide to take another traditional art course (which would not be until I get enrolled in a BFA school), then I'll just stick with this. I do agree with the kneaded eraser. I have a mars plastic at the moment, but I could use a kneaded again xD

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