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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Chuckledarkly » Mon Mar 30, 2009 1:11 pm

Ha lots of people getting there grooove on! XD nice dude.
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Gigi » Sat May 16, 2009 2:06 am

LOOK inking ^.^

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Shinichi and Candy, who else. man it feels good to sketch again
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Coos » Sat May 16, 2009 7:03 am

Stop leaving Gigi XD
Awesome inking :3. Gonna color it?
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Gigi » Sat May 16, 2009 9:12 am

Coos wrote:Stop leaving Gigi XD
Awesome inking :3. Gonna color it?

*giggles* alright, since you decree it so, never shall i depart *hug*

havent decided about coloring yet. maybe, but i have a few other peices i promised to finish for someone first
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Coos » Sat May 16, 2009 12:20 pm

Yay~
Can't wait x3
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Zega » Sun May 17, 2009 11:52 am

what did you used to ink that picture?
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Gigi » Sun May 17, 2009 5:50 pm

a pen ^.^

i think its a micron 0.005 or something
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Engravement » Sun May 17, 2009 10:30 pm

Stitch doll, stitch doll ~
You seem quite appalled ~
Don't worry, don't be blue ~
Fix you up, good as new ~
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Johnny The Homicidal » Mon May 18, 2009 6:43 pm

Well I have to say the drawing is amazing i could never draw like that. Second I"ve had lots of good ideas for comics I would just have to know what you want. Last ,I am still on my quest for learning how to draw good maybe I'll scan a pic later and show you how bad I am. I'm going to an Art school over summer so I hope it helps me.
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Mehoaido » Tue May 19, 2009 5:11 am

hilarious XD
Her feet look a bit twisted though, or is that intended?
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You gotta be unable to express them.

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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby BlackRiver » Tue May 19, 2009 8:16 pm

Hooray for Inking!!! wow i thought that post I made was long forgotten. Its nice to see I could actually help someone. Once again I applaud you for that beautiful artwork. Looking forward to the next one.
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Gigi » Mon Jun 22, 2009 11:13 pm

WIP

(or more acuritly, works i need to start working on again...)

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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Engravement » Mon Jun 22, 2009 11:37 pm

First drawing: Things like that do happen. It's coming along nicely, but it looks really ghostly. xD

Second drawing: Phantoooom. :3
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Chuckledarkly » Wed Jun 24, 2009 12:11 pm

HA! That good ^^ i applaud you madam! I truly do. Nothing do i love more that the odd, strange, and interesting to.
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Coos » Wed Jun 24, 2009 1:04 pm

I LOVE the way to colored the hair on the white haired female on the first one.
Can't wait to see em finished :3
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Gigi » Sun May 09, 2010 3:41 pm

i is like ninja...I disappear for months on end only to show up, post a few little dittles and disappear again.

So for anyone who cares to follow I started work on the ‘Alice’ story only to immediately shelve it since Burton evidently has beaten me to it (or so I’ve been told). For the record I want all to witness that I was here first with the twisted alice theme god damn it!!! (kicks McCgees alice under the bed)

a-hum, anywho. I’ve started trying to revise an old work I played around with in the past that is in desperate need of revisions and thought ‘what the hell, now that I have a working scanner I might as well through them up online somewhere’ so there you have it, and here they are.

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^ Candy, the dead nurse

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^Currently nameless character, I’ve been calling him ‘Joseph’ after the famed Dr. Joseph Bell for now.

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^this is also Joseph. poor Joseph had a bit of an accident in the lab while playing with various chemicals and the alchemic theory of the philosophers stone. Now he’s kind of trapped more often then not in the body of an 8 year old boy. Hey look I smell a plot point.

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^pointless romantic drabble, cause i done feel like it.
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby MonoCeru » Mon May 10, 2010 8:14 am

Thank god that you brought back this thread to life, because I would never know that this awesomeness existed. D: Has been almost a year!
I really love your pencil sketches. *____* -just checked all of your thread's pages- The expressions, the poses, the style... they are all so nice. *v*
Nurse. <3
Also, I adore the hair of the girl in the last pic. :>
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Coos » Mon May 10, 2010 8:30 am

Gigi srsly needs to stop leaving so much. o3o
Your arrrt. It's too goooood.
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Gigi » Mon May 10, 2010 1:19 pm

tee-hee, like i said ...'ninja'

the worst part is after today i cant post another thing (well new thing anyway) until aug., go figure, so i have to get my kicks in while i can. sucks balls *pouts*

speaking of new stuff while I’m here i might as well unload some new works

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^quick sketch of Candy and 'Joseph' (as I will continue to call him till i discover a better name)

now off to play with the scanner ^.^
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Coos » Mon May 10, 2010 1:52 pm

<3 romantic drawings so much~
Not till august? Awww. I'll look forward to the next update.
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Chuckledarkly » Mon May 10, 2010 9:36 pm

YaY! your back! =D Draw! draw for me slave!
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Gigi » Mon May 10, 2010 11:48 pm

well if you insist master...ok, here are a few more works i managed to upload before i must be torn away from my pretty new (ok so new to me) scanner

Fan work

I debated whether or not this was the appropriate place for these pics and finally figured ‘why the hell not’, so here I go…

I went on this HUGE '9' kick for a while. yes I know, I know the plot is a bit wishy-washy, but sometimes I’m just a picture person. anywho, loved the movie and thanks to some absolutely outstanding writers I quickly became a diehard 5x6 fan. I can’t help it, something about the journyman and the artist…it just spoke to me, so I will here quickly unload the results. (please forgive the image quality, this was all pre good scanner)

Can get a little 'slash'-y at times, if your not a fan, I recommend you don’t look.

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^Stitchpunk 5x6 moment (just to prove that, yes i can draw stitchpunks, i just....you know, chose not too)

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^Human stitchpunks 5 and 6


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^ 5x2

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^5x6

ok, back to the scanner for a few morepicks before leaving
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby MonoCeru » Tue May 11, 2010 12:30 am

I really need to watch this movie. =^=
Lovely poses, stunning sketches. *A* I absolutely love how you draw couples~
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby Gigi » Wed May 12, 2010 3:09 pm

Can’t believe I forgot to put these two up.

Ok last batch for a while- or at least till I find some time and start coloring again.

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^ the two sides of 'Joseph'. This picture makes me happy. I mean it looks so bad ass, and I so didn’t except it to rock so hard.

A quick suto-warning on the next picture. just a reminder, before I get scathing ‘how inappropriate is this’ messages that the boy in the picture is not really a boy.

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^ 'Joseph' and Candy…again
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Re: Gigi: Ragdoll with a sketchbook

Postby TheGreekDollmaker » Thu May 13, 2010 6:29 am

So Gigi i see your really good here.

Before i dive in the constructive critisism i really need to say one thing first:

Holy cow is your art style awesome.I really love how you draw.I like the chracters you draw
how you draw them and the cuteness in some of them.

Anyways i found some problems.Wrists,feet and elbows need some work.They arent that bad or
noticeable (some are incredibly good ) but i think you should some what work on them.

Also try using shadows.Through what you draw doesnt need the use of shadows that much maybe you
should try drawing some.

Well,thats pretty much what i have to say.

Everything else about your art is pretty good,nothing to complain about.
THrough i still want to see more drawings from you.The art style is irresisteble awesome.
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