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Why hello there my alien-mecha-robot-terminator-human-furry-brony/whatever or whoever you are!
Welcome to my little... I guess you call it a gallery?
I call this junk but hey, i guess everyone have their preference eh?

I personally don't call myself much of an artist (Even though id love to be one) since i'm just too slow to keep up with any kind of competition.
You may notice that I try to keep old stuff laying around since I want to share my journey of evolving into an artist one day.

And if im not drawing stuff I am probably gaming, and if you plan to play some games with me (Right now i'm bouncing from game to game) then feel free to send a note.

Also, please take a look on my scraps part of my gallery.
I sometime rather upload stuff there, so new uploads may not be noticed immediately.

NOTE:
If I faved your piece of art but did'nt leave a comment, I most likely liked it. Sometimes i just don't have time to add a comment to your drawing but if its a fave its a fave!
Sorry otherwise if you get upset at me for not leaving a comment!

Hardware operational status:
A-OK

Art status//
Requests: Nope
Commissions: No
Art trades: Not possible
//Art status
+Full-time work is in effect. Low free time detected.

Personal Quote: "Building stuff, one atom at a time"
Interests
So today was something completely new to me: Croquis.

I actually first learned of this word back on my last job.
It is an excercise to draw a live person on a stage, who is also naked.

The subject then changes poses for every maybe two or three minutes, while the people who are drawing the person have different tasks for every pose etc.

But man, I was scared that I would severely screw something since I have some problems with interacting with other humans.
Especially looking at them for a long time, especially also when they are naked.

I guess my cheeks turned red since I felt incredibly stressed at keeping my attention to this excercise, but later it got a bit better.

The tasks we had to do though, with this person listening in? Poor girl...
So many swear words and bad attitude filled the air when we had to draw her on an A6 paper (which is quite small) without looking at said paper.

Lets just say many of those drawings were completely unrecognizable. Also we were not allowed to raise the pencil from the paper during most excercises, which complicated things even further.
We also divided her up to four sections which we had to complete like a puzzle, and that was weird.

Later though we were of course allowed to both look and what we were drawing and then things got a bit easier.

I sure learned alot of human anotamy I think, so this will help with my drawings.

I got some more praise from my teacher though when she looked at my drawings, so that felt good!

Also yesterday we finished (we can continue if we want to) our three Still Life paintings with acrylics.
While I am absolutely horrible with a brush some of the art students saw some cool stuff in my paintings I could not see myself, so maybe I do have some talent somewhere.

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Rough Flareon sketch 20160210
Felt like drawing something while I still had some creative energy left in me.
To be honest though, if I want to draw and anthro Flareon I want to draw a male. Don't ask me why.

I guess I may have learned something from today's lesson in art school, and it will be interesting to see how it will affect me.

Need to train more on feet though, but I am starting to learn how to seperate the 'big toe' from the rest so that's a start.

Also, consider this more training material from me since I'd like to show me trying out new stuff.
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So today was something completely new to me: Croquis.

I actually first learned of this word back on my last job.
It is an excercise to draw a live person on a stage, who is also naked.

The subject then changes poses for every maybe two or three minutes, while the people who are drawing the person have different tasks for every pose etc.

But man, I was scared that I would severely screw something since I have some problems with interacting with other humans.
Especially looking at them for a long time, especially also when they are naked.

I guess my cheeks turned red since I felt incredibly stressed at keeping my attention to this excercise, but later it got a bit better.

The tasks we had to do though, with this person listening in? Poor girl...
So many swear words and bad attitude filled the air when we had to draw her on an A6 paper (which is quite small) without looking at said paper.

Lets just say many of those drawings were completely unrecognizable. Also we were not allowed to raise the pencil from the paper during most excercises, which complicated things even further.
We also divided her up to four sections which we had to complete like a puzzle, and that was weird.

Later though we were of course allowed to both look and what we were drawing and then things got a bit easier.

I sure learned alot of human anotamy I think, so this will help with my drawings.

I got some more praise from my teacher though when she looked at my drawings, so that felt good!

Also yesterday we finished (we can continue if we want to) our three Still Life paintings with acrylics.
While I am absolutely horrible with a brush some of the art students saw some cool stuff in my paintings I could not see myself, so maybe I do have some talent somewhere.
Rough Sketch Blaziken in armchair 20160204
"Tell me when you are done with that 'art' education will you?"
*Yawns*

Actually this was finished yesterday as a basic sketch without colours, thought that I might at least show some sort of life when I am on art class right now.
Was a bit tired in the head though, alot of knowledge to take in so I headed off to bed rather than uploading this then. I can't upload anything if I am not clear in my head!
Finished up a few bits today before deciding to show it.

Consider this practice since I need to draw characters in new poses or interacting with their enviroments. I will learn all about this in art class soon...

And on an another note:
FURNITURE! DAMN YOU! WHY DO I HAVE TO DRAW FURNITURE?!
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So today was the first class for my art course I decided to take.

During the monday's meeting we talked about the materials needed for this course. No problem for me since I have saved up a lot of my savings for something like this.

Traditional media is a whole lot different to digital I must say though. We are mostly going to use acrylic colours, and from what I understand they dry up quickly (leaving little space for errors).
During the course we will also use pencils and coal. I will even use coal next week!

The problem for me though is that I need to buy these materials before I head off to the office, which mishaps ensued today as the cashier forgot some stuff laying on the floor when I made my purchase.
So after a trip with the wonderful (sarcasm intented) Stockholm subway I went to and back from the shop in maybe 40 minutes when I could have been back at the office.

Of course though, this was the just first meeting ever so I guess some stress were to be involved.

For today though the excercise was to draw a couple of water filled bottles and such on a table in short intervals, we broke up the pacing by drawing with the wrong hand and or drawing from memory.
The worst was copying the things on the table left-handed (I am right handed) when not being allowed to watch your own drawing at the same time!

The result was just some random squiggly lines...
When I was allowed to watch and draw correctly though I could hear my teacher praising me two or three times, which probably means I am doing something right.

While this is traditional, I still strongly believe this will help my digital works in the long run!
Ultra rough Hover Tank S 20160116 by Devil-D-IND
Ultra rough Hover Tank S 20160116
I guess alot of dimensions will be off, but I wanted to give this a shot. Maybe it would help if I had a reference picture too lol.

The S Tank (Stridsvagn 103). The first time I saw it I believe was in the old game 'Assault Rigs' which I played on the Playstation One back in the day. Or roughly something similar looking to it was in the game.
I remember my father saying the name "S Tank" which watching me play this game. So I started looking up stuff about the tank.

For starters - It lacked a turret. Still it was called a tank. It was not classified as a tank destroyer like those back in ww2.
It has a story behind it which is longer than I can write here, but I do recommend looking it up on Wikipedia or Youtube.

The weird wedge shaped design always interested me though. And I guess it is from that tank my fascination with sharp edges comes from.
It always felt a bit sci-fi to me though. And in one of the expansions for Battlefield 4 (which expansion I never played) the tank returned as a hover tank. An idea I liked since the tank could strafe in Assault Rigs, but I wanted to give my take on it.

Consider this more training for me. I would like reiterate on this design later.
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:iconplayful-absol:
Playful-Absol Featured By Owner May 19, 2014  Student Photographer
Happy birthday!
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Devil-D-IND Featured By Owner May 20, 2014
Thanks man :)
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Frank-Seven Featured By Owner May 19, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy Birthday, Devil!
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Devil-D-IND Featured By Owner May 19, 2014
Thanks man!
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felifan Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Welcome in the :iconfelicia-fan-club:
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writeacrossme Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012  Student Writer
Hi! :iconhappywaveplz: I realize we've never met before, but I just wanted to wish you a good day, (or evening) and if it hasn't been a good day so far, I hope that it will get better! Smile and laugh, I hope you enjoy your day/night. :iconslowhugplz:

p.s. if you're wondering how I got to your page, I used the Random Deviant button :)
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Devil-D-IND Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2012
Uuuuh, ok... Well hello and thanks for swinging by!
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writeacrossme Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2012  Student Writer
You're welcome :D
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VinchenzoTheJackal Featured By Owner May 13, 2012
FAV'd a bunch of your stuff. Sorry I didn't leave tons of comments. And that transforming vessel was just so damn cool! It's amazing how you could put that together!
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Devil-D-IND Featured By Owner May 13, 2012
No problem dude, i have the same problem with not leaving a whole lot of comments when faving.

As for that transforming vessel, not to ruin the magic but its from the game Spore where if you create something the game automatically renders a gif showing the creation process.
Tools are in the game, ideas are in the head :)
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