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Art Progression by kinkajou Art Progression by kinkajou
The pic on the left is from July 7, 2002. I've improved quite a bit since then, as per the pic on the right. Done exactly one year apart.
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batness Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2003
whoa....it's like a KANGOTAUR or something...0___0 totally bitchin.
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joey-poey Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2003
I know the feelin'. I'm always looking at old art of mine for encouragement. Being able to see that I DO progress and get better, and to just keep at it.
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arrowtibbs Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2003
Hua, a 'roo taur! Personally I like both styles, though your current one is the one that attracts me more. Just enough realism to be believable, but enough cartooning to give it expression.
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thekitty Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2003  Hobbyist Digital Artist
you can tell yoou've become much more detailed since the first one. But they both look so good!! @_@ your skills rilly amaze me :D
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muteerror Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2003
Interesting to see the great leap in your knowlage of muscle structure from one image to the next and the change in your way of doing the kangarootaur-thingies paws and feet..from cartoony to realism and defined digits..
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Shadowwolf Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2003  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Shweet. Looks like a kangaroo taur. ME LUVS THE PAWS. =O
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rachelle Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2003
ooooo awesome! i can never create my own creatures>< .
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eatordie Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2003
I don't now what is going on here, but they're both very cool! Great job :D
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phrodine Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2003
What beautiful sketches. The character in each of them really shows – so much expression. I admire the idea of having two different time gaps to see (if any) progression within the two drawings.

In this case, the extra outlines on the later sketch bring out the structure of the body more, and the shadows of the outlines give more depth. Either way, I really admire your drawing techniques.

This will look very nice, if coloured. But that’s for you to decide.
Good work, :)

- luke
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