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Successful Sketching: Part 2 by djwagLmuffin Successful Sketching: Part 2 by djwagLmuffin
"WTF is a **bursh** setting?!" :iconwtfisthisplz:

Some other awesome sketchers:

:iconpu-sama:
:iconfuran-san:
:iconzyephens-insanity:

They all have different styles and takes on sketching.

Part one:
CLICK ME!!

If you have any questions...ask.

:iconstudytimeplz:

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To all of those who fav, thank you so much. I do appreciate it. I apologize if I am unable to thank you personally and I hope this one makes up for it!
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Vyctorian Featured By Owner May 10, 2013   General Artist
Very useful
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BlazingChaos Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2012
very entertaining and helpful. I'm always having trouble sketching getting burned out If I don't get things right.
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dieonada Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
haha I love how you always tell us to stretch :P
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artisticAnonymous Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for sharing such a useful technique!
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Hollowspell Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
This will totally help me! I`m usally clueless when it comes to sketching
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BleedxRose Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2011  Student Writer
bahaha, your rough sketches are better then then my lineart! but thanks for the tips!
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djwagLmuffin Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:iconnyoplz:

Practice, you'll get better! :D
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monkeyemoness Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2011
I see that this is pretty much what I do when I draw with any media, digital or traditional, but I always end up with a scratcy mess by the time I'm done(that, or thousands of layers of sketching).

When it comes to traditional drawing, however, is there ever an easy way to sue loose, fluid sketching without being able to mess up easily?
After so many layers, you end up with something you want, but there's no point in continuing as a traditional drawing because you can't get rid of them. Well, I guess it just wasn't meant for td...

Either way, thanks for the turorial! I never thought to use different contrasting colors.
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djwagLmuffin Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank so much.

And yeah, I had the...grinding my pencil into white fingers of death when I was taking classes and when I loosened up is when I started to improve and develop my own..style of sorts ( at least I hope so)

Anyway, thanks for the nice comment!
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DenaSetsuko Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2011   General Artist
obviously you are a more skilled artist than me but I am playing "catch up" for like three years of very slow activity (I was drawing in real life but not on deviantART)
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